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Studon has proudly serviced the Christina Lake project since 2000. Our most recent contract required site-wide electrical and instrumentation on the CPF and Off-sites for the period September 2013 to September 2015. The contract was valued at $17 million with upwards of 88 personnel on site during peak requirements.

Christina Lake, is a top-tier reservoir and one of our two industry-leading oil sands producing projects. Located about 150 kilometers south of Fort McMurray, Alberta. The oil at Christina Lake is located about 375 meters below the surface and requires the use of specialized technologies, including steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD), to drill and pump it to the surface. This project is 50 percent owned by ConocoPhillips.

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Studon provided site-wide Electrical and Instrumentation on multiple phases of the Christina Lake project.

Located in the southern Athabasca oil sands region, this multi-phased project is located 150 kilometres south of Fort McMurray in northeast Alberta. Comprised of approximately 200 square kilometres of oil sands leases, this SAGD operation currently has regulatory approvals in place to produce approximately 210,000 bpd.





deloitteStudon has been named by Deloitte Canada as one of ‘Canada’s Best Managed Companies’ 4 years in a row. The prestigious award is given to Canadian companies with sales over $10 million that have demonstrated well-planned growth and an ability to perform their services at a superior level. Companies must also have a well-planned vision for future growth to meet Deloitte’s selection standards.

Safety Award Listings

2001 – Nova Chemicals Supplier Award for Safety Performance.

2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 – 4 Time Winner: Nova Chemical Turn Around Award For Safety Excellence.

2005 – Alberta’s Best Safety Performer.

2007 to 2013 – 7 Time Winner: Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) Safety Promotion Award for contributing and leading NAOSH Week activities in local schools for the Red Deer area.

2008 – Fast 50 Award

2011 – Nova Responsible Care Award For Safety Performance.

2012 – MEG Energy Safety Excellence Award:  2 million hours without injury for 2012.

2013 – MEG Energy Safety Achievement Award:  12 months without injury for 2013, the MEG Stonefell Terminal Construction.

2014 – Nexen Safety Award: 10 million hours without Injury for 2014