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ConocoPhillips Canada

ConocoPhillips Canada

About

ConocoPhillips Canada is the Canadian division of ConocoPhillips, the world’s largest independent exploration and production company based on production and proved reserves.

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, they are focused on developing their portfolio including the Surmont oil sands project in the Athabasca region of northeastern Alberta and the Montney play in northeast British Columbia.

Program & Project Involvement

Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network
Program

Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network

LanduseKN.ca is Alberta's hub for land use information.

Caribou Program
Program

Caribou Program

The fRI Research Caribou Program carries out applied research, in partnership with industry and the Government of Alberta, to help maintain caribou herds in Alberta into the future.

Forest History Program
Program

Forest History Program

The Forest History Program chronicles the natural and management history of the foothills forest.

GIS Program
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GIS Program

The GIS program provides an exceptional level of GIS and data management support services for fRI Research.

Grizzly Bear Program
Program

Grizzly Bear Program

The fRI Research Grizzly Bear Program provides knowledge and planning tools to ensure the long-term conservation of grizzly bears in Alberta.

Healthy Landscapes Program
Program

Healthy Landscapes Program

The program, formerly known as the Natural Disturbance Program, looks at landscape change at a huge scale: Canada's boreal forest.

Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program
Program

Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program

The program carries out focused research on infestations of mountain pine beetle in Alberta.

Water Program
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Water Program

In 2011, the Fish and Watersheds Program refocused on hydrology and became the Water Program.

Research to Support Recovery and Long Term Conservation of Grizzly Bears in Alberta
Project

Research to Support Recovery and Long Term Conservation of Grizzly Bears in Alberta

This project develops population recovery targets based on habitat, and non-invasive techniques for monitoring grizzly bear reproductive performance.

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