Statement from WestJet:
"All scheduled flights in and out of Fort McMurray have been cancelled however WestJet will be sending empty aircraft to YMM today to recover guests that couldn't get out of the area yesterday. These flights will be going to Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. We are monitoring the situation extremely closely and making decisions as the situation evolves. We urge anyone in the area to cooperate with the evacuation order and keep safety above all else. As this is a rapidly changing situation we anticipate changes as the day progresses."
Statement from the Athabasca Oil Corporation:
"It has been a devastating few days for the community of Fort McMurray. Our thoughts are with all the families and workers directly affected and those who continue to bravely fight the wildfire.
"Fortunately at this time there has been no impact to the our Hangingstone operations or facility which is located approximately 15km south of the fire front. Our priority is the safety of our staff, contractors and the local community. The situation is being closely monitored, a response plan is in place and we are in communication with the appropriate government agencies to ensure we are up-to-speed with all necessary developments.
"Athabasca will assist the community in any way possible. We have offered up available beds at the Hangingstone site to emergency workers or anyone else who may need shelter during this tragic time."
From a ConocoPhillips spokesperson:
"Our operations have not been impacted at this time and we have opened up 200 beds at our regional residence for evacuees."