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October 19, 2022

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that effective October 1, 2022:
The Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources has changed its name to the Canadian Society for Evolving Energy

Download here the full legal notice.

October 06, 2022

Exciting Times and Exciting Changes – Our Massive Open Online Course has Arrived!

Everyone is welcomed to watch the course for free and, with the payment of a fee, students can participate in online discussions and evaluation and receive a certificate of completion.

Watch it at coursera

October 03, 2022

CSUR evolves to CSEE


May 26, 2022

CSUR’s 2021 Annual Report

May 25, 2021

CSUR’s 2020 Annual Report

December 18, 2020

CSUR is pleased to announce its Strategic Plan for 2021 and beyond. This plan is described in the attached “Strategy Evolution” document.

Our board of directors are pleased to distribute this to all our members and partners. It describes our goals as a Society, where we came from, and where we are going.

Importantly it discusses the changes we are seeing in the energy sector and maps out a path forward for CSUR. A path that adds to our existing technical content on unconventional resources by incorporating important subjects such as Environmental Sustainability, ESG, First Nations Collaboration and Partnerships, Energy Sources for a Cleaner Tomorrow, and Energy Transitions.

We believe that these themes are critical for our members as our industry embarks on new energy pathways for tomorrow, and we will be adding them to our events throughout 2021.

Download the STRATEGY EVOLUTION document HERE.

June 19, 2020

CSUR’s 2019 Annual Report

June 10, 2020

CSUR announces its new BOD 2020 – 2021.

Click here  to see the official announcement

January 28, 2020

PRCL President / CSUR Outreach Director Brad Hayes explains “Canada’s Role as the World’s Greenest Natural Gas Supplier” in Gastech Insights

January 28, 2020


PRCL President / CSUR Outreach Director Brad Hayes joins industry commentator Terry Etam and Canadian Heavy Oil Association’s Louisa DeCarlo on CHOA’s Podcast Over A Barrel.  We discuss “Today’s News: Fact or Fiction”, talking about the role of media and expert commentary in debates around energy and climate issues.

Click here to listen the podcast




2019 CSUR News