Resources For Aboriginals
Many oil and gas operations are found on aboriginal lands, that
have both cultural and traditional importance to aboriginal
communities. Oil and gas companies take special care to involve and
collaborate with aboriginal communities to maintain mutual
relationships and develop business partnerships. Many oil and gas
employers have policies in place to ensure partnerships with
aboriginal communities are respected and followed. The oil and gas
industry also has a number of initiatives and programs in place to
nurture, provide education and training opportunities for the
As you make your career decisions, think about working with us.
• You have options and opportunities. Whether
you want to work outdoors or inside, wear safety boots or dress
pants, sit down or stretch your legs, we have a career to fit
• Skills and attitude matter. As our workforce
diversifies, equality and integration are becoming the status
• In the oilpatch, learning never ends. We
strongly support learning programs that help our employees become
more confident, safe, innovative and productive.
• We are members of your community. That's why
we work closely with local Aboriginal groups to ensure we respect
your traditions, support your people and protect the
For more information on Aboriginal programs and
There are many aboriginal workers in the oil and gas industry.
To see just how diverse the industry is, read Day in the
Life stories of real people in the petroleum sector. You could
soon see your profile here too!