Energy firm invests in volunteer departments
Energy firm invests in departments
Pembina Pipeline Corporation is investing $ 50,000 in volunteer fire departments in the company's operating communities in Alberta and British Columbia to help volunteer fire departments provide services and equipment required to protect the health and well-being of their communities.
October 19, 2011 By Pembina Pipeline Corporation
On the heels of 2011 Fire
Prevention Week (Oct. 9 – Oct. 15), Pembina Pipeline Corporation
announced its plan to support volunteer fire departments in
company's operating communities in Alberta and British Columbia.
Pembina will invest a total of $50,000, which will be divided between
the volunteer fire departments in and around the communities of Dawson
Creek, Drayton Valley, Fort McMurray, Fort St. John, Fox Creek, Grande
Prairie, Sherwood Park, Slave Lake, Swan Hills, Valleyview, and
Whitecourt. These dollars will help the local volunteer fire
departments provide services and equipment required to protect the
health and well-being of their communities.
"Safety is a top priority for Pembina. Supporting local volunteer fire
departments is one way Pembina can help ensure that essential services
in our operating communities are equipped to handle emergency
situations," says Eric Dyck, vice-president of operating services for
Pembina Pipeline Corporation. "We are committed to supporting programs
that enhance the safety of the communities where we work, live, and
Pembina's community investment program supports non-profit and
charitable organizations based in the communities where we operate. The
company's funding priorities include a wellness component aimed at
directing financial contributions and resources to support programs
that promote wellness and enhance medical or other related services.
Pembina transports crude oil and natural gas liquids produced in western
Canada, owns and operates oil sands pipelines and has a growing
presence in midstream and natural gas services sectors.
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