At MEG Energy, we believe suppliers play a big part in our success. Suppliers working with MEG are an essential part of our team and play a critical role in helping us achieve our business objectives. As such, we select those who understand and adopt the practices we follow in our work.
If you are interested in working with MEG, please review our practices and fill out this short survey.
Taking part in supplier engagement and pre-qualification processes does not guarantee work with MEG. Due to high volume of submissions received, only suppliers of interest will be contacted.
Last updated January 30, 2023
Invoices and all supporting documents shall be submitted via one of the following options listed in order of preference:
MEG Energy uses a third-party application called OpenInvoice to handle electronic invoices. You can track your invoice submission and see if it has been approved, disputed or paid.
Email in pdf format to [email protected].
If emailing in pdf format in accordance to the guidelines described above is not possible, please send invoice by courier or mail addressed to:
MEG ENERGY CORP.
21st Floor, 600 – 3 Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0G5
Attention: Accounts Payable
Questions can be directed to our AP hotline at 403.770.5361 or email
OpenInvoice allows you to easily obtain up-to-date information on your invoice status and payment.
For questions on how to use OpenInvoice email [email protected]
Read MEG’s Purchase Order Terms & Conditions
The requirements listed below are to be read in conjunction with the Terms and Conditions (Long Form) or the Terms and Conditions found in the “Invoicing and Payment” section of the Contract.
1 List freight, taxes & duties as separate line items. Prepaid freight shall be invoiced at actual cost with supporting documentation.
2 Non-Resident fees for services rendered in Canada are subject to a 15% withholding tax and are to be identified on the invoice separately. CRA’s Regulation 105 Waiver Authorization is to be enclosed with the invoice if applicable. Rent on equipment or other property situated in Canada is subject to a 25% withholding tax (rate may be reduced by a tax treaty). Non-resident payee may be asked to provide certificate of beneficial ownership, residency or eligibility for treaty benefits.
3 Pursuant to the builders’ lien legislation, Contractor may be required to apply a ten percent (10%) holdback for Work performed on Site. Contractor’s invoice must clearly identify the subtotal of charges before taxes (GST/PST), the ten percent (10%) holdback amount and the net amount due and payable. Tax (GST/PST) is calculated on this amount to arrive at total invoice payable amount.
Upon approval by MEG, Contractor may be eligible for partial holdback releases throughout the Term of the Agreement. Contractor must ensure the holdback release invoice clearly identifies the original invoice number(s) the release pertains to and shall be for the total amount of holdback for that invoice.
Invoice Payment and Requirement of Statutory Declaration (MEG’s election)
MEG Energy Corp. prefers to make payment by Direct Deposit.
MEG may, as a condition precedent to the payment of any invoice, require Contractor/Vendor to provide a statutory declaration, being substantially in the form attached to this Schedule, that all accounts for labour, subcontracts, materials and equipment and any other indebtedness which may have been incurred by Contractor/Vendor in the performance of the Work represented in the invoice and for which MEG might in any way be held responsible, have been paid in full.
Incident notification – April 30, 2016 – Meg Energy announces that today, at approximately 08:15 hrs, during work carried out on a natural gas well near the village of Edmonton in Alberta.