1. CREEnergy operates as a First Nation business that interacts nation-‐to-‐nation. This means that we can tackle our own future, embrace our destiny, and create a win-win situation. We are 51% owned by Indigenous peoples, which makes us an Indigenous company, and affords us special freedoms.
2. CREEnergy has positive relationships in place with First Nation Bands, which provides the distinct ability to interact and secure land assets on traditional lands, under favourable terms to our stake holders.
3. CREEnergy has obtained information of Métis, Dene, Inuit and status workforce, and can hire, train, and absorb talent that is otherwise often ignored; bringing economic development on reserve.
4. CREEnergy is working to acquire other unencumbered lease titles, to oil and gas, of other First Nations not yet in partnership with CREEnergy.
5. CREEnergy helps eliminate bureaucracy, expediting the decision-making process. Non-native businesses often spend countless days, or weeks, consulting with boards and panels of First Nations. This process is eliminated because CREEnergy invites partner First Nation leaders to advise their board of directors, simplifying the consultation process for all.
6. CREEnergy assists Indigenous Nations to regain control of their resources. INAC has been abolished, and national governments are being recognized, creating a huge shift in Canada's power structure. Our team knows how to navigate these waters, to develop a great deal for all associated parties. https://www.canada.ca/en/indigenous-services-canada.html