The Collaborative Value of the Canadian Society for Evolving Energy

CSEE advocates for rigorous and reliable science based on data and evidence. We are credible to the public because our focus is facts. We are trained energy professionals whose members are drawn from not only industry, but from regulators and academia as well.

CSEE collaborates with Industry and Stakeholder

CSEE’s role is to facilitate accurate, factual and collaborative exchange of technical information relating to the exploration and development of Canada’s unconventional hydrocarbon resources. CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW to help the University of Alberta with their OIL AND GAS SURVEY!

CSEE is Unique

CSEE proactively addresses issues with industry stakeholders, governments, the public, and media. Current members include Exploration & Development Companies; Service Companies; Academia; Consultants; Financial Organizations; Government.

CSEE Connects the Industry

CSEE convenes top technical experts to proactively address today’s issues. This is shared though complementary Technical Luncheons for its Members. All Stakeholders can collaborate, share and network in CSEE’s Industry Specific and Topical Workshops, Advanced Technology and Hands-On Core Workshops, and Field Trips.


Latest Initiative: The CSEE Outreach Program

The CSEE Outreach Program has been created to inform and build collaboration with the student populations of Canadian Universities and communities in order to satisfy their needs for accurate and objective scientific information pertaining to unconventional resource development.

What our members say about CSEE

"I have been singing the praises of CSEE to anyone who will listen! I just want to comment on how impressed I was with the Data and Data Analytics Workshop for the Upstream Oil & Gas Sector. Great content! I understand you created this event in 4 weeks from a member’s idea! This is a model for how to execute on an idea. Incredible!"
Marc Boulet
Data Scientist, Cenovus Energy
"The University Outreach material was presented in a very clear and concise fashion and gave a good overview of the processes involved in unconventional resource extractions. Overall, a very good summary of the unconventional resource renaissance."
Jeff Johnson
Supervisor, Petroleum Geology, BOGC
As a new engineer in the industry and doctoral researcher, I can't express how important the CSEE events have been to me this year. They have been an amazing opportunity to meet great people and to learn about all the issues I am researching in collaboration with industry.
Scott McKean, M.SC., P.Eng., Ph.D.
Student, University of Calgary
Your University Outreach presentation was definitely appreciated. You stimulated lots of discussion and questions. Most of the students have a strong desire to learn more, especially around the cumulative effects of fracking on bedrock integrity and hydrology."
Professor Tim Stokes
Vancouver Island University
"Thanks again for everything. That was one of the best courses I have taken. If it is ever offered again, shoot me a note, because I know I could get 3 or 4 guys going, plus myself. Excellent job! It was an enriching field trip, and very much appreciated!"
CSEE Field Trip Attendees

Welcome to CSEE's 2022 newest members!

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