Taking Our Stakeholders’
Boulder is committed to meeting the responsibilities expected by the stakeholders of a private oil and natural gas producer, including shareholders, employees, suppliers and subcontractors, regulatory authorities and the general public.
Health, Safety & Environment
Boulder conducts its operations in a diligent and technically proficient manner in order to safeguard the health and safety of all stakeholders and to protect the environment in its operating areas.
Boulder meets its governance responsibilities through proper oversight by its Board of Directors, guided by appropriate governance policies and mandates.
Boulder practices capital discipline and employs leading technologies to maximize well productivity and ultimate resource recovery in order to meet its responsibilities to investors to generate growth on a per-share basis and competitive returns on investment.
Health, Safety & Environment
Boulder is committed to protecting the health and safety of employees, contractors and the public.
We shall conduct our operations in a diligent manner that minimizes adverse effects and consequences of emergency situations by:
All management, employees, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers engaged on behalf of Boulder are responsible for following all the health, safety and environment procedures as required, and participating in pertinent safety and environmental training. By fulfilling the Company’s safety and environmental responsibilities, everyone who works for Boulder will share in the benefits of a safe work environment.
Boulder’s Board of Directors is responsible for making and enforcing all of the Company’s significant management decisions. Please click here for their names and biographical information.
The Board, in consultation with the Chief Executive Officer, sets objectives for the Company and monitors the management of its business and affairs with the goal of achieving the Company’s principal objectives.
The Board holds meetings quarterly to review any decisions relating to:
Boulder encourages an environment where individuals can confidentially and anonymously report complaints and concerns regarding questionable business practices without fear of reprisal. The Whistleblower email address serves as an anonymous and confidential way to report questionable business practices directly to the Company"s Board of Directors.
View the Boulder Whistleblower policy here.
Reports and Filings
Historical filings for Boulder Energy Ltd. can be found at SEDAR
Accountability and Transparency
In 2015, the federal Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act, ("ESTMA") came into effect for fiscal periods beginning after this date. This new federal legislation imposes mandatory reporting requirements on certain entities engaged in the "commercial development of oil, gas or minerals", which includes exploration, extraction and holding permits to do so. Entities are also required to complete and host this report on its website no later than 150 days after the end of its fiscal reporting period and retain these reports for five years.