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BUSINESS

               EXECUTIVES




                                 Barrie Robb ceo of business development, fort mckay first nation
                                 Prior to working with the Nation, Barrie was Vice President of Mackenzie Aboriginal
                                 Corporation, a privately held Aboriginal owned construction company. Previously he was
                                 Vice President of Aboriginal Relations with EnCana Corporation and Regional Director
                                 General for the federal Department of Indian Affairs in Alberta.


                                 Adam King ceo, fort mckay group of companies
                                 Since joining the company in 2007, Adam has held a number of senior roles within
                                 the company. This included managing operations for multiple divisions through key
                                 phases of the organization’s recent growth. Appointed to the role of CEO in 2015, Adam
                                 continues to strategically grow the business on behalf of the Nation.



               EXISTING
               COMPANIES



               Fort McKay Logistics wins large contract to manage Shell’s warehouses.

               FMGOC and Sinopec form partnership to provide material supply and
               management to the oil sands.


               Dene Koe wins contract with Suncor in Summer 2016.

               FMGOC sells its bulk fuel station business to Birch Mountain Enterprises (BME). FMGOC
               completely exits fuel business.

               FMFN and ATCO close Creeburn Lake Lodge.
                    ›  camp to be demobilized






               NEW
               COMPANIES                                                  INVESTMENTS



               FMFN purchases minority ownership position in              FMFN and Suncor reach deal for the
               Hammerstone Corporation.                                   Nation to purchase $350M of equity in
                    ›  hammerstone products - a joint venture between     Suncor’s East Tank Farm Development.
                       fmfn and hammerstone corp is dissolved.










                                               Fort McKay First Nation – 2016 Year In Review
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