CAODC Associate and Associate Plus Members are in a unique position to take advantage of many benefits for one low price. As an Associate Member, your company not only directly supports industry advocacy initiatives and virtually all of the drilling and well servicing companies in Canada, but it gains access to industry information and networking opportunities not available to non-members. Click here to apply.
Associate Plus Members gain all of the above, plus access to valuable rig data statistics. Click here to apply.
Network at CAODC Events
Speaker Series, Annual Luncheon, and the Associate Member Breakfast are just a few of the events Associate Members are invited to attend and interact with other CAODC members.
CAODC offers a wide array of platforms for targeted exposure of your product or service. Whether it’s advertising in our magazine, online newsletter, E-News blasts, annual Rig Inventory, or securing a sponsorship package for an event or Oil Respect podcast, there are several opportunities to get involved. CAODC advertising is a cost effective way to get your message in front of key decision makers inside the industry.
Gain Access to Industry Data
CAODC's RigData database provides consistent activity data and streamlines reporting for members. RigData subscriptions are offered to Associate Members at a discounted rate, and provide information on operating hours, daily rig activity, and more.
From training and competency manuals to log books, members have access to many different CAODC publications. These publications are purpose-built for Canada’s regulatory environment, and have been drafted, vetted, and approved by CAODC members.
Receive Advance Copies of CAODC Press Releases and other communications. As an Associate Member, you will have, on your desk, industry insights even before news organizations.
Free Directory Listing
The annual CAODC Rig Inventory and Directory is published each fall, and all members, including Associates, receive a free listing. The Rig Inventory and Directory available in both print and online versions, and is widely used as an industry reference book by members.
Your membership dues directly support industry advocacy. Currently, The Oil Respect campaign has been advocating for workers and families in the Canadian oil and gas industry from coast to coast. Speaking with provincial and federal governments and regular Canadians, Oil Respect has been addressing the misinformation and half-truths about the industry, giving oil workers and their families a voice, and letting our country know about the value our oil and gas industry brings to Canada.
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