Our ongoing commitment to innovation and the communities where we operate means there is always something happening at CMS. See below for the latest stories, projects and news.

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Now more innovative than ever: Introducing the new CMS Website

It was a humble beginning, and we’ve grown a lot since the early days. With a staff now numbering over 100 people, and a resume that includes being an integral partner on projects around the world, we’ve always stayed true to the ideas that we founded CMS on: innovation, community, partnership, and responsibility.

We’ve been proud to stand by these principals, and we are confident you will see that our breath of products and services will help you get the job done.

Our staff, friends, and longstanding customers will say that it’s about time, and they’re right. After serving the international energy industry for more than a decade , and putting a lot of thinking and time into developing new ways to get the job done, we’re happy to finally say that we were able to put some of that thinking and innovation into redesigning our website.

We hope the new look and functionality relates to our staff and partners, and we hope that our customers, both old and new, are now even more able to get the information and help they’ve come to expect from us over the years.

February 2015
He Shoots, He Scores!

Chalk up a victory in the fight against cancer. CMS is proud to have been a key supporter in 40 gutsy hockey players’ recent shot at setting a Guinness World Record for the longest hockey game, all in support of cancer research and treatment. From Feb 6-16, for 10 straight days, the team gritted it out, day and night, without stop.

This year was the 12th year of the World’s Longest Hockey Game, a fundraising tradition started by Brent Saik in honor of his parents, Terry and Susan. The event has raised nearly $3 million for cancer since its inception.

This year, in the end, over $700,000 were raised to help the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton purchase a new PET-MR machine, a key tool in the detection of cancer in patients.

And a world record was set.

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