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Panther Advisory Group (PAG)

The Panther Advisory Group (PAG) was formed in October, 2001 to work together with Shell Canada and Suncor Energy Inc. on the development of the Panther field. The development is taking place in the wilderness area north of the Panther River, southwest of Sundre, Alberta.

Our Legacy Statement
Working together, a diverse group developed the Panther wells using respectful communication and thoughtful planning, combined with a strong determination to ensure that this unique part of the world will be available for future generations to experience and enjoy.

Our Mission
Develop the proposed Panther wells in a manner that is economically and environmentally sustainable to all stakeholders.

 

Update
Nabors 45 moving from Panther 29 (PA1) to Panther 30 (PA21) in mid-December. Spudding Early January 2010. PA 29 construction of wellsite facilities will commence after completion of drilling and testing

Member Meeting Minutes

Current and archived minutes will appear below AFTER you log in (user id and password required)

Forget the password? E-mail Marcie.Nieman@shell.com for login information.

 

Memberships

PAG strives to have a diversity of interests represented at the table in our meetings. We have members representing industry, ERCB, First Nations, Municipalities, Recreational Users, Trapping, Forestry, Commercial Trail Riding, Recreational Trail Riding, SRD, Camping, Commercial Rafting, Ranching, Grazing, Outfitting, Wildhorses, and Mountainaire Lodge.

Performance Measures

Agreements PAG makes as a group regarding how work will progress in the area. The Performance Measures are reviewed regularly.

2009
 Sept Performance

Photos

Rig Tour
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Rig
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Area
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Rig
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Construction
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Panther River Environmental Enhancement Legacy Fund

Shell and Suncor invite your organization to apply for funding from the Panther River Environmental Enhancement (PREE) Legacy Fund - an initiative created by Shell and Suncor for local ecological restoration, enhancement or education projects in the Panther River and surrounding region.  The fund was initiated in 2007 and has been made available to fund projects over a three-year term. 

Events

The next PAG meeting is April 14, 2010 - location TBA

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