Keeping up with an evolving industry can be a challenge without the right partner

At Source Energy Services, it’s about more than basic problem solving and delivering on our commitments. Finding efficiencies now to shape future successes is at the core of what we do.

Why Source Energy

Leading Oilfield Logistics in the WCSB

With over a decade of experience in proppant logistics, Source Energy Services is well-positioned in terms of networks, resources and connections. Our knowledge of our industry, our clients and of available resources enables us to directly source proppant faster and more efficiently across Western Canada.

Rising to Meet Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry

At Source Energy Services, we understand that Canada’s oil and gas industry is in a constant state of change, and our customers need a reliable and experienced partner with the flexibility to meet their needs now and in the future. With a focus on superior customer service, we advance beyond expectations to ensure that we deliver the right solutions to our customers.

Resourceful in Finding New Solutions

Our team are more than just experienced – every member of the Source Energy Services team are innovators in their field and are passionate about what they do. Their enthusiasm is infused throughout our culture, with each one being dedicated to pushing the boundaries of logistics to deliver the most efficient solutions for client well sites.

Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff are available to solve your well site needs.

  • Scott Melbourn
    President and Chief Executive Officer

    Mr. Scott Melbourn’s key responsibilities include the establishment and execution of the purpose, the values and the long term objectives and vision of Source as well as the development and implementation of Source’s strategic plan and corporate objectives. In consultation with Management, he establishes appropriate annual and longer-term financial objectives and is responsible for meeting these objectives. Mr. Melbourn ensures close communication with the Board and its committees and keeps the directors informed of the important aspects of the status and development of Source and facilitates the Board’s governance, composition, and committee structure. He also promotes innovative thinking in all aspects of the company with a focus on providing leading solutions to Source’s customers. Mr. Melbourn joined Source in 2011 and has over 20 years of operations, financial and business development experience, primarily in the oilfield services industry.

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  • Derren Newell
    Chief Financial Officer

    Mr. Derren Newell’s key areas of responsibility are the execution of all aspects of Source’s Finance, Information Technology and Human Resources operations. Mr. Newell provides financial and business leadership and perspective to senior management and to the Board of Directors. He promotes strong governance and financial control and oversees the adoption of appropriate policies and procedures to ensure completeness and accuracy of financial statements, management discussion and analysis and regulatory financial returns. Mr. Newell evaluates and optimizes the Company’s capital position and sources of funding within the Company’s regulatory and rating agency framework to maintain the Company’s financial strength. Mr. Newell also actively participates in the development of guidelines and practices relating to the Human Resources of the Company, including with respect to employee engagement and well-being, as well as development and implementation of best practices with regard to cyber security measures and controls designed to mitigate risks such as breakdown, invasion, virus, cyber-attack, cyber-fraud, security breach, and destruction or interruption of the Company’s information technology systems by third parties or insiders.

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  • Kelly Roncin
    President - Production

    Mr. Kelly Roncin oversees the execution of Source’s production operations. Mr. Roncin provides operation and business leadership to senior management. Mr. Roncin drives operational excellence coupled with an industry-leading safety culture throughout Source’s diverse operations with a focus on providing leading solutions to Source’s customers. Mr. Roncin joined Source in 2018 and has 20 years of international oil and gas experience. Mr. Roncin is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) and has a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan.

  • Jarett Finney
    President - Distribution

    Mr. Jarett Finney oversees the execution of Source’s Terminals, Last-Mile Logistics, and Field Solutions operations in Canada and the US. In his role, he oversees inventory management, HR, business development, and capital projects for each respective business line, in addition to promoting customer focused and industry leading operational efficiencies, all while ensuring safety is held to the highest regard. Mr. Finney has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry across North America including both arctic and offshore operations. He also holds a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) certification from Red River College.

  • Shawn Furlong
    Vice President, HSE & Sustainability

    Mr. Shawn Furlong is responsible for the execution of Source’s HSE program and performance. Mr. Furlong has over 20 years of international oil and gas experience, with more than 15 years of experience in directing quality, health, safety, and environment systems. Prior to joining Source, Mr. Furlong was the Health and Safety Manager at PennWest Petroleum Ltd. Prior to that, Mr. Furlong held various quality, health, safety, and environment management positions throughout Canada and the U.S. at Schlumberger Limited. Mr. Furlong is a Canadian Certified Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology and a post graduate diploma in Safety Engineering.

  • Kurtis Kisio
    Vice President, Sales & Marketing

    Mr. Kurtis Kisio’s key areas of responsibility are the execution of Source’s sales operations, leading the efforts for sales of proppant, Sahara and trucking. Mr. Kisio provides market intelligence, customer information, and new business leadership to senior management. Mr. Kisio joined Source in 2016 and has over 15 years of sales experience. Mr. Kisio graduated Cum Laude from Minnesota State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management.

  • Chris Johnson
    Chair of the Board

    Mr. Chris Johnson is the Chair of the Board, and sits on the Health, Safety and Environment Committee. Mr. Johnson is President and CEO at Crown Capital Partners Inc. (“Crown Capital”), a specialty finance company operating in alternative asset classes, which he co-founded in 2000. Prior to starting Crown Capital, Mr. Johnson was an investment manager for Crown Life Insurance Company, responsible for the investment management of Crown Life’s equity and fixed income investments, asset liability management, and derivative management. Mr. Johnson has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the University of Guelph and holds the CFA charterholders designation.

  • Stew Hanlon

    Mr. Stew Hanlon has been a director since April 2017. Mr. Hanlon Chairs the Health, Safety and Environment Committee, and sits on the Audit, Compensation, and Corporate Governance Committees. Mr. Hanlon retired from his position as President and CEO of Gibson Energy (“Gibson”) in June of 2017. In his 26-year tenure with Gibson he filled senior roles in finance, business development and operations culminating in his appointment as President and CEO in April of 2009. In addition to Source, Mr. Hanlon also serves on the board of directors of Hammerhead Resources Inc. and Questor Technologies and is on the Dean’s Advisory Council for the Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan. Mr. Hanlon holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Accounting) from the University of Saskatchewan, is a Chartered Accountant and was admitted to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan in 1989 and Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta in 1990.

  • Jeff Belford

    Mr. Jeff Belford has been a director since February 2017 and sits on the Audit, and Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees. Mr. Belford is a Senior Managing Director of TriWest Capital Partners, a private equity firm that invests in companies in a broad range of industries, including the service, manufacturing and distribution sectors. Mr. Belford joined at the inception of TriWest Capital Fund II in 2003 from Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company Inc., a former TriWest fund portfolio company. Mr. Belford contributes both financial and operations experience to the TriWest team. Mr. Belford gained significant financial and operating experience before joining TriWest. He was Chief Financial Officer of Swiss Water from 2000 to 2003. Swiss Water was subsequently listed on the TSX as an Income Trust. From 1996 to 2000, Mr. Belford was Director of Finance and Operations for Descente North America, an international sportswear company. Prior to that, Mr. Belford held a variety of financial roles at Kraft Foods Canada. Mr. Belford holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto and is a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants.


  • Carrie Lonardelli

    Mrs. Carrie Lonardelli has been a director since March 2019, is the Chair of the Audit Committee, and sits on the Health, Safety and Environment Committee. Mrs. Lonardelli is the Chief Financial Officer of Bonnetts Energy Corp. which offers specialized downhole operations to customers in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. Prior to joining Bonnetts, Mrs. Lonardelli was the owner and operator of an enterprise that provided CFO services to owner-managed businesses in Calgary. Prior to starting her own business, Mrs. Lonardelli was the VP of Finance at Phoenix Technology Services (8 years) and served a broad range of clients with KPMG in both Winnipeg and Calgary (7 years). Mrs. Lonardelli holds both a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba (2000) and completed her Chartered Accountant designation with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Manitoba (2001). Mrs. Lonardelli currently serves on the board of directors of Open to Grow, an organization providing microcredit loans to women in Guatemala.

  • Steven Sharpe

    Mr. Steven Sharpe has been a director since December 2020 and is the Chair of the Compensation and Corporate Governance Committee. Mr. Sharpe is the Managing Director of The EmBeSa Corporation, a consultancy dealing with corporate restructuring. He is a seasoned business executive and corporate director with experience in a number of sectors including energy, technology, investment banking, and hospitality. Mr. Sharpe currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Pine River Institute and is a director of Dundee Corporation, and Crown Capital Partners Inc.

Careers at Source

Source Energy Services’ success is attributed to the passion and commitment of our employees across all levels of the company. We are a company of dedicated, hard-working professionals who proudly work within the oil and gas industry. Be part of a growing, dynamic and evolving company. Go to our hiring page to learn about available positions.


January 7, 2022
Source in the News: Leader-Telegram
Source was featured in an article on the state of the Wisconsin frac sand industry in the Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire and the Chippewa Valley’s leading news source since 1881. Here is an excerpt from the article:
After more than a decade of alternating boom-and-bust cycles, the regional frac sand industry appears...
October 18, 2021
Source Energy Services Has Moved
Source Energy Services Calgary has moved! As of October 18, 2021 our new corporate head office address is 500, 1060 - 7th Street SW Calgary, AB, Canada, T2R 0C4.

This move is part of an ongoing strategy at Source to transform...
December 4, 2020
Oil & Gas Industry’s Recovery Coming a Lot Sooner Than Expected
Eric Nuttall, Senior Portfolio Manager at Ninepoint Partners, in a recent interview with the Financial Post had some good news for the beleaguered Oil & Gas Industry: “Oil demand will recover a lot faster than people believe.” In a year where the market has been quite slow because of lockdowns, rail...
September 9, 2020
CASE STUDY: Source Energy Services’ Last Mile Supply Chain Optimization Solution Ensures Continuous, Orderly, Repeatable, and Cost-Efficient Well Completion Activities in the Pipestone Area
The Project: Over the past five years, proppant intensity in the Montney formation has increased exponentially – especially in the prolific Pipestone Area west of Grande Prairie, AB. To maximize efficiency and reduce Drilling and Completions costs, the trend at recent well sites in the Pipestone Area is to pump up...
July 22, 2020
Source in the News: Daily Oil Bulletin
​​​​​Source and our Last Mile Proppant Supply Chain Optimization Solution were​ featured in the Daily Oil Bulletin, the most trusted source of exclusive news, data, and analysis for Canada’s oil and gas industry. The article outlines how Source capitalizes on its large storage and throughput capacity, as well as cutting edge technology, to accelerate...
March 27, 2020
Source Energy Services COVID-19 Response
Over the past couple of weeks, we have been navigating uncharted territory. Effective Friday March 13, 2020 Source Energy Services closed our Calgary, Eau Claire, and Grande Prairie offices and required our employees in corporate offices to work from home. In addition to our office closures we introduced new protocols...


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