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Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre 

Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre 

The Leduc No. 1 Interpretive Centre is located two kilometres south of Devon on Highway 60 and is in the centre of the world-famous Leduc-Woodbend Oilfield on the site of Leduc No.1. The centre contains artifacts, photos, scale models and colourful stories—all designed to give the viewing public a taste of what it was like to be a part of Alberta's oil history. The centre also houses a tribute to Alberta oilpatch pioneers, which helps bring the grit and determination of this industry to life.

The Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre has helped guide us through portions of Alberta's Natural Resources, and we would especially like to thank Executive Director Kim Gough for her guidance during the project. 

    


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