Joint Venture Accountant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 May 2017
I enjoyed working at Centrica Energy. I was able to apply my creative style to improve many processes during the Suncor acquisition. This was the most enjoyable part of the job. The workplace structure of an open concept was challenging to concentrate. I adapted and continued to perform very well.
Pigging/ Operator (Current Employee) – Edson, AB – 12 March 2016
i really enjoyed my job on a day to day basis. from the beautiful landscapes that i had the pleasure of working in, too the cooperation and guidance of fellow co workers. i learned a lot about the transportation of natural gas and oil through pipelines and facilities. i would say the hardest part of my job was working in highly dangerous atmospheres with h2s gases. i try to learn as much as i can in any surrounding. the only thing someone can never steal from you is your knowledge. in which in this state of employment i reached my limit of learning and advancement, which is the reasoning for my search for something new and exciting.
Millwright (Former Employee) – Cochrane, AB – 26 October 2015
great place to work would go back in a second if I could great people clean and safe place to work management could be a little stronger and define roles better work place had a lot of changes since Centrica took over (formerly Petro Canada/Suncor Energy)
great pay, close to home
economy caused a staff reduction which I was a part of
Accountant (Current Employee) – Calgary – 30 October 2014
Over the last 2 years multiple employees including two long term VP's have left this organization. Turn over is high and there are questions as to why they are not paying their vendors on time. Do yourself a favour and investigate fully before taking any position within this organization. The Canadian company makes all of the money for the organization but was recently partially sold to Qatar. Most people I know are looking for positions elsewhere right now.