Mining Saskatchewan's Energy


Canshale Corp. is a private Canadian company, incorporated in January 2010 and headquartered at Suite 600, 7015 Macleod Trail SW Calgary. Alberta T2H2K6.

Canshale’s lead project is the Golden Plain Project, where the company has delineated several billions of barrels of recoverable petroleum resource (contingent resources, best estimate - NI 51-101) and is working to demonstrate the commercial feasibility of its development.

Under Canshale’s management and direction the following consultants and contractors are helping to meet our objectives:

Bertram Drilling Corp., Carbon, AB

  • Drilling, coring and abandonment

Blakes, Cassels & Graydon LLP

  • Legal services

GAM Tech, Calgary, AB

  • IT services

KPMG LLP, Regina, SK & Calgary, AB

  • Taxation

MacPherson Leslie and Tyerman LLP (Saskatchewan’s largest legal firm), Regina and Saskatoon, SK & Calgary, AB

  • Legal and regulatory assistance

Norwest Corporation, Calgary, AB

  • Exploration planning
  • Well site geological supervision
  • Resource evaluation, geological interpretation and reporting
  • Deposit modeling and mine planning

Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP, Calgary, AB

  • Financial audit

Roke Technologies Ltd., Calgary, AB

  • Geophysical well logging and interpretation

SGS Canada Inc., Lakefield, ON

  • Minerals evaluation and extraction testing

Shale Tech International, Calgary, AB

  • Paraho II™ pilot and bench testing
  • Modified fisher analysis

Strut Creative, Calgary, AB

  • Graphic Design
  • Communications

The Town and Community of Hudson Bay, SK

  • Infrastructure, operations and maintenance facilities and lodging

UMATAC Industrial Processes, a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Polysius, Calgary, AB

  • Modified Fisher analyses, ATP batch testing and piloting
  • ATP technology licensing
  • Cement manufacturing suitability assessment

Vertex, AB

  • Land consultation and environmental monitoring

Weatherford Laboratories, Inc., Houston, TX

  • Modified Fisher Assay, program pyrolysis and mineralogical analyses and reporting