MEG Energy’s long-term strategic vision, coupled with a team culture of learning, innovation and adaptability sets the company apart as an employer of choice.
At MEG, we believe that investing in education contributes to the long-term sustainability of the communities in which we operate.
Bill McCaffrey, co-founder, director, president and CEO of MEG Energy has been named EY’s 2014 prairie region Entrepreneur Of The Year.
MEG Energy is pleased to join the Calgary Board of Education in their mission to give children the gift of reading and help promote positive literacy experiences.
The Citadel Canine Society is a non-profit organization that finds rescue shelter dogs, and trains them as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) companions.
On February 5th, 2014 MEG Energy co-founder, director, president and CEO Bill McCaffrey received the C-Suite Energy Executive Awards accolade of CEO of the Year.
MEG Energy’s people-centric culture sets the company apart as an employer of choice.
MEG operator Peter Hrenyk fills instructor role at Portage College.
MEG’s Stonefell Terminal announces a donation of nearly $75,000 to the Little Warriors.
MEG Energy employee spearheads an innovative donation for the Bonnyville Fire Training Centre.
Employees at MEG Energy made a huge impact again in 2012 in the fight against prostate cancer with their support of Alberta’s annual Movember initiative.
MEG is proud to be a founding partner of the Calgary Police Foundation.
MEG Energy is a proud sponsor of the Earth & Sky Gallery, a main exhibit at Calgary’s Science Centre, TELUS Spark.
MEG Energy employees helped ease that holiday burden in 2011 for 12 Calgary families, through the CUPS Adopt-A-Family program.