Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies (FMFN Group)
ClearStream established a joint venture with Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies (FMFN Group), previously known as Christina River Enterprises (CRE), the business entity of the Fort McMurray #468 First Nation, in 2021. This joint venture will leverage the experience and strengths of both parties for mutual benefit and growth, and further position us as a leading service provider in the region for Heavy Equipment Operators in North Eastern Alberta. ClearStream and FMFN Group share similar values, and we are both committed and focused on employee safety and personal growth, as well as community development in the regions we operate in. Together, we strive to increase training, development, and employment opportunities for the local Fort McMurray #468 community. Furthermore, this joint venture will enhance our service offering and enable us to better serve our clients.
Blueberry River First Nations (BRFN)
ClearStream established a joint venture with Blueberry River First Nations (BRFN) in 2019, as part of our strategic plan for diversity and inclusion. This joint venture commits ClearStream Energy and BRFN to ongoing mutual growth, collaborative decision-making, training and development, employment, and sub-contracting opportunities. It also ensures ClearStream Energy’s ongoing community involvement and remaining a visible partner to the BRFN community. Together, we will create value for both parties by leveraging our common strengths to become a leading industrial services provider in Fort St. John and Northeast British Columbia.
Kentz-ClearStream Joint Venture
ClearStream established a joint venture with SNC-Kentz in 2016. Under this agreement, we won a five-year contract with a prominent integrated oil company to provide engineering and procurement services for maintenance and sustainment projects in the Fort McMurray region in Alberta.
Bison is a Joint Venture between ClearStream Energy Services Inc. and Nesokmahtan Enterprises, which is a Metis Region 6 company. Bison offers general labour services for maintenance and turnaround projects.
ClearLync is a joint venture between ClearStream Energy Services Inc. and Lynco Construction that was formed in December 2016. This collaboration combines the strengths of each company to deliver the best expertise in our field to local customers while providing opportunities for First Nations individuals to develop within the industry.
ClearLync supports the inclusion and cooperation with First Nations communities and is dedicated to be a conscientious business partner. ClearLync won it’s first contract in December of 2016 to provide maintenance, turnaround and sustaining project services for Yara Belle Plaine Inc. in Saskatchewan.