Collaboration

Partnering for prosperity.

Home to small, medium and large industrial leaders, the 582 square kilometre area is much more than Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing region; it’s an incubator for success.

NCIA member companies share a commitment to environmental, socio-economic, and public safety programs, the relationships have continually evolved to reveal natural business synergy.

We nurture collaborative partnerships.
We spark innovative ideas.
We explore next level operational solutions.

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Synergy

Creating a Vibrant Future.

While NCIA member companies share a commitment to environmental, socio-economic, and public safety programs, the relationships have continually evolved to reveal natural business synergies as well.

Optimized Resources

We’ve learned how to transform waste streams into shared value. Dynamic partnerships between companies are not only revealing efficiencies, they are driving the creation of innovative products and helping to reduce industry’s environmental footprint.

Shared Infrastructure

Be it river water intake facilities, truck and rail loading stations, or a planned Alberta carbon trunk line, NCIA members are doing its part to establish infrastructure that supports joint opportunities and regional success. Together, we are building local assets that will serve the community for years to come.

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Leadership

Building a legacy.

Unmatched Opportunity

The Heartland is a location of choice because of the proximity to Alberta’s signature resources and the array of distinguished companies making their mark.

Remarkable Talent

Home to small, medium and large industrial leaders, the 534 square kilometre area is much more than Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing region; we are an incubator for success.

Dedication

We work closely with community organizations and educational institutions to support, develop and train a skilled workforce for the future.

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Success

Building local and diverse talent.

NCIA’s 22 member companies:

  • Over $1.5B annually spend to purchase goods and services in the region – not including utilities and feedstock for their operations.
  • Have invested more than $37B into manufacturing plants and infrastructure in the region and an additional $10-$15B is possible over the next 5-10 years.
  • Contribute more than $96M in yearly municipal taxes – and $5.8M for in education taxes.
  • Draw skilled professionals from the more than 1.2M people living in and around the area.
  • Collectively employ 6,600 people, which translates into a local payroll of more than $660M.
  • Provide a boost to local communities with 24,800 indirect job opportunities and counting.
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