Obsidian Energy is an intermediate-sized oil and gas company that produces right around 30,000 boe per day.
They have a well balanced portfolio of assets that has positioned them to deliver amazing bottom line results for their shareholders and partners.
One of the many things Obsidian takes great pride in is making a positive impact in the communities in which they live and operate.
Through their Community Matters program they have made a commitment to conducting business in a very respectful and responsible way. Obsidian understands that businesses operating in this way can avoid potential problems later on down the road.
The program was created as a way to remind employees and contractors to always have an open line of communication with area residents.
It also helps stress the importance of addressing issues proactively and mitigating the impacts that are often a big part of running an oil and gas operation.
Just as Obsidian Energy is committed to protecting the community, they are equally committed to protecting the environment. Their goal is to minimize the impact their operations have on the environment around them.
They have several environmental programs in place to ensure the company doesn’t only meet, but in many cases exceeds, the environmental regulations put forth by the government.
The environmental programs are also responsible for ensuring adequate communication with stakeholders, proper site abandonment and reclamation practices, and resource conservation.
Obsidian has several subsidiaries including Canetic Resources Trust, Endev Resources Partnership, and Sifton Energy Inc. Currently, the company has approximately 300 employees on staff.
If you live in an area where Obsidian Energy operates, and you have questions or concerns about how the company is operating, feel free to call them toll free at 1-877-454-8844. They can also be contacted via email at stakeholders@ObsidianEnergy.com.
Having community and environmental programs in place makes it possible for Obsidian Energy to build a strong relationship with the communities they serve.
To learn more about Obsidian Energy and how they are making a positive impact in and on the communities they serve, visit them online at https://www.obsidianenergy.com/community-environment/https://www.obsidianenergy.com/community-environment/.
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