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Synergy Alberta Conference 2017 – Save the Date!

The 2017 Synergy Alberta Conference has been set for November 6th & 7th at the Executive Royal Hotel in Leduc. Mark the date in your calendars and stay tuned for more details as they develop!

New Executive Director and Administrator

It is with great pleasure that we share with you that Synergy Alberta has been successful in their search for a new Executive Director and Administrator for Synergy Alberta. Rick Anderson Consulting will be taking over at the beginning of July. We are excited to have in this position a long-time member of our Synergy family. Rick brings with him years of experience in synergy, multi-stakeholder collaboration and community based consultation. We would like to thank Otago Consulting for all that they have done in the past 12 years to take Synergy Alberta from a concept to an important part of the Alberta Energy landscape. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

New Address

Please note that Synergy Alberta has a new mailing address. Our new address is:
Box 655, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta T4T 1A4

Land Owners Guide

The Landowners' Guide to Land Agreements has officially been launched and is available online.

This booklet was created with input from the Land Matters Group’s Subcommittee on Landowner Guidance (Subcommittee). The Subcommittee was officially struck in January 2016 and included landowners, community and industry representatives. They provided direction for this document, as well as recommendations for future resources for landowners.

Farmers Advocate

Synergy Alberta Guidebook

The Synergy Alberta Guidebook is now available here

Working Together




Alberta Energy Regulator Annual Report has now been released. Click here for more information.

  Property Rights Task Force




CSUG Brochures

Understanding Natural Gas from Coal in Alberta

Understanding Shale Gas in Canada

Understanding Hydraulic Fracturing



All sectors need the best possible geospatial information and services, and you can now access more than 140 layers of free land-related data and services through the GeoDiscover Alberta portal.




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