Mackenzie Delta Integrated Oilfield Services (MDIOS) is the largest recognized Inuvialuit corporate group, proudly employing more Inuvialuit and local residents and providing more local benefits than any other company in the region.

Our services include the following:

 

  • Turn-key project support, construction and general contracting

  • Heavy construction and oilfield equipment supply and transport

  • Ice road (overland & water course) construction, maintenance and repair

  • Gravel supply and construction of access roads and pads

  • Marine services, docks and staging areas

  • Camps, barge camps and catering

  • Fuel storage, handling and transportation

 

Northwind, E. Gruben’s Transport and Allen Services founded MDIOS to combine their strengths and infrastructure support and safely provide the best-in-kind integrated oilfield services possible to operators exploring the Mackenzie Delta/Beaufort Region.

 

MDIOS partners include:

MDIOS

Partners

"Northwind Ltd. is pleased to be partners with many outstanding companies whose professionalism

and skill are instrumental in allowing us to create some of the most successful projects in Canada."

Sugloo Marine

Sugloo Marine is a Transport Canada Certified freight & transport service operating during the June-to-October ice-free shipping season whose freight includes: construction supplies, household goods vehicles, and government freight.

We service the Mackenzie Delta region (mainly to the oil fields), the Arctic Red River in the delta region, and the hamlets of Akalavik, Fort McPherson, and Tuktoyaktuk on the Beaufort Sea Coast.

 

The Sugloo offers:

 

  • 20,000 lbs. Capacity24 Mile Radar

  • 5,000lb. Deck Crane

  • 2 - 330hp Volvo D6/DPH Sterndrives

  • Coast Guard Approved

 

 

Signature Boats:

  • Dennie Lennie  38-ft. open-bowed freight vessel

  • Tucho Mariner  40-ft. crew accomodation vessel

  • Sugloo  46-ft. 10.3 grt all aluminum landing craft

 

Complimentary Vessels

  •  2 Lower Mainland BC-built 12 passenger crew boats

  • Safety Cameras On-Board

  • Comfortable Seating

  • On-Board Washrooms

  • Furuno Navigation Electronics

  • Heated Cabin

Havgun Helicopters

Havgun Helicopters is a majority Inuvialuit-owned and controlled joint-venture partnership based in Tuktoyaktuk. Ownership includes E. Gruben’s Transport and Northwind Industries, as well as, minority owner Great Slave Helicopters. Havgun Helicopters is well-positioned to meet the needs of companies involved in infrastructure planning and development, mineral exploration, as well as, the oil and gas industry.

E. Gruben's Transport

E. Gruben's Transport is a major partner in the Mackenzie Delta Integrated Oilfield Services (MDIOS) group and controlling partner of Havgun Helicopters, E. Gruben Transport provides numerous essential services including:

 

  • Hauling drilling rigs

  • Oil & gas exploration & development 

  • Road construction contractors

  • Transportation logistics services 

  • Trucking service: local & long distance

  • Trucking service: open deck 

  • Warehousing & distribution: petroleum products 

  • Water hauling

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) was established with the overall responsibility of managing the affairs of the settlement region as outlined in the Final Agreement. Its mandate is to continually improve the economic, social and cultural well-being of the Inuvialuit through implementation of the IFA and by all other available means. 

Through a democratic process, Inuvialuit beneficiaries directly control IRC and its subsidiaries. Each Inuvialuit community – Aklavik, Inuvik, Paulatuk, Sachs Harbour, Tuktoyaktuk and Ulukhaktok – has a community corporation with elected directors. The directors of the six community corporations elect the Chair/Chief Executive Officer of IRC. The Chairs of each Community Corporation, together with the Chair of IRC, form the IRC Board of Directors

Gwich'in Tribal Council

The Gwich’in Tribal Council (GTC) is the democratically elected government of the Gwich’in, dedicated to advancing our community’s health, economy, and future, while preserving our rich cultural traditions.

Now in 2014 the GTC is on it’s 22nd Anniversary as a successful first nations government.

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