Figures and Facts
Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, is located in the midst of the oilsands and surrounded by boreal forest. It has a tremendous impact on the growth of the county's petroleum industry.
Moreover, Fort McMurray became an industrial coverage field on 1st of April, in 1995, once it merged with Development District No. 143. Hence, Fort McMurray became the capital of Canada's developing tar sands established in the recent twenty-first era.
Fort McMurray seems to have a mildly varied topography with only three months of global temps higher than 10 °C (50 °F).
Distance with Other Major Locations
Fort McMurray is positioned in the confluence of the Athabasca River, Clearwater River, Hangingstone River, and the Horse River within the arctic tundra. Moreover, it is at a height of 370 meters (1,210 feet) above altitude. It’s neighbors include Beacon Hill, Grayling Terrace, Saline Creek, etc.
Zoning Ground Rules
The RMWB's Land Usage Bylaw (LUB) governs the use and development of land and structures. The LUB covers all land and structures in the area. The extension is being carried out in compliance with either the bylaw's requirements. The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo's Bylaw No. 99/059 has been merged as of August 22, 2017. Development compliance is used to administer the Land Use Bylaw.
Companies and Major Industries
Fort McMurray, located near the Athabasca oil sands, is known as the center of another one of Alberta's (of Canada's) oil recovery centres. The industry is also reliant on natural gas and pipeline transportation, along with oil sands. Suncor Energy, Syncrude, CNOOC Petroleum North America ULC, and Canadian Natural Resources are all oil sands industries.
Ft. McMurray is also home to the TaigaNova Eco-Industrial park. It is a 131 acre park, which is convenient for businesses.