“Canyon delivers success to its customers in the most technically-challenging unconventional light oil and liquids-rich
gas plays across western Canada. Canyon’s success is driven by its highly capable people, rugged and new equipment,
customized reservoir approach, and safety-oriented attitude.”
President & CEO
“The Duvernay is extremely pressure-pumping intensive, requires massive amounts of fracturing fluid and proppant,
and each well is of great impact to the producer. We’re very proud to be helping our customers succeed.”
“This year we had excellent operating performance, safety statistics and financial performance. Margins exceeded our
expectations and maintained Canyon’s industry-leading level. Our success has enabled us to increase our dividend.”
“Canyon has a unique culture that allows us to retain a small-company feel even as the Company grows. Our people work
hard and have great capabilities, and that shows in our success with customers and our strong safety performance.”
“By 2012 the Canyon team had grown to 700 people, but our unique culture has allowed us to retain a small-company
feel even as the Company grows.”
You don’t need direct experience in the oil and natural gas industry to become part of the Canyon team.
What does it take to be part of a championship team? Familiarity with machinery and knowing how to drive a truck are both
assets. Maybe you learned while working in other sectors, like forestry or the military, or while growing up on a farm.
Please click here to see answers to common questions about what’s
needed to succeed at Canyon.
From your first moment of contact with Canyon, you’ll notice that we’re unique. Although we’re nearly
700-strong (as of early 2012) and growing, we work hard to maintain the character of a locally based company, so that our
people feel like part of a large family rather than a number on an endless list.
After you apply, you’ll hear from a base manager or field coordinator. In other words, the actual person you’ll
be working for if you’re hired. That will start to give you insight into whether Canyon is the right place for you
– and vice-versa. The same goes for your first interview. The process includes a pre-hiring physical assessment to
ensure you can handle the job, as well as drug and alcohol screening.
After that, if we decide we’re right for each other, you’ll benefit from a complete new-employee
orientation and training program.
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