Science and Technology Talks 2018
AGAT Laboratories' Science and Technology Talks 2018 offer the opportunity for industry professionals to join together to learn and discuss relevant topics in the Energy, Environmental, Industrial and Health and Safety Sectors. Additionally, it offers an opportunity to present their unique challenges and questions to our industry leaders from a variety of backgrounds such as governmental, laboratory, energy and environmental consulting professions.
Seminar registration opens at 7:15 AM on each day and will include a number of presentations, breakfast, and a networking break throughout the day. Registration deadline is January 15th (Calgary) and January 29th (Edmonton), and delegate passes are $175.00 (includes GST).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is highly recommended for all industry professionals who have an interest in environmental, energy, and health and safety. This includes engineers, producers, operators, environmental managers, environmental consulting firms, property developers, governmental/regulatory bodies, engineering firms and more.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS
Delegates may be eligible for Professional Development Credits, please inquire directly with the organization that you are a member with.
- Association of the Chemical Profession of Alberta (ACPA)
- Alberta Institute of Agrologists (AIA)
- Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
- Environmental Careers Organization Canada (Eco Canada)
- Alberta Society of Professional Biologist (ASPB)
Each hour of talks attended at the seminars count as 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH).
January 19th, 2017
7:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
133 - 9th Avenue SW
February 2nd, 2017
7:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Fairmont Hotel MacDonald
10065 - 100th Street
- Orphan Well Association: Challenges and Changes, Patricia Payne P.Eng., Director of Operations, Orphan Well Association
- Planning for Reclamation During Remediation, Chris Tenszen, B.Sc., P.Ag., Senior Reclamation Advisor, Trace Associates
- Sulfolane Remediation: Ex-Situ Treatment Risk/Benefits, Arlen Hogg, B.Sc., Field Environmental Coordinator, Canadian Natural Resources Limited and Adrian Renneberg, M.Sc., P.Ag., Operations Manager, Oakridge Environmental Engineering Inc.
- Area Based Regulation Pilot Project - Enabling the Use of Alternatives to High-quality Non-saline Water by the Oil and Gas Sector in the MD of Greenview, Gavin Law B.Sc., ATT., Manager of Technical Services, Clear Environmental Solutions, Katherine Sinex, P.Eng., B.Sc., M.Sc., Policy Advisor, Chevron Canada Resources, and Scott Millar, P.Biol., B.Sc., Director of Area-based Regulation, Alberta Energy Regulator
- Challenges and Learning from Condensate Spill in Muskeg, Stephanie Neilson, B.Sc., Manager Environment, Murphy Oil and Clayton Robinson, B.Sc., P.Ag., Senior Environmental Scientist, Matrix Solutions
- Field Evaluation of Augmented Bioremediation, John Banks, P.Chem., Principal Environmental Chemist, Matrix Solutions Inc.
- Low Impact Approach and Wildlife Mitigated for Spill Response, Jeremy Martens, B.A.Sc., Emergency Response Coordinator, Alberta Energy Regulator - Field Incident Response Support Team
- Alberta Risk Management Plan Guide, Brian Lambert, M.Sc., P.Ag., Reclamation and Remediation Policy Specialist, Alberta Environment and Parks
- AER Presentation, Alberta Energy Regulator
- Using Data Visualization to Increase Speed and Accuracy of Decision-making on Contaminated Sites Projects, Paul Fuellbrandt, P.Ag., PMP, Principal Environmental Scientist, Statvis Inc.
- Hidden Figures - Your Site Investigation Data is Telling You Something, Court Sandau, Ph.D., P.Chem, Principal, Chemistry Matters and Tom Knapik, P.Eng., Manager, Environment, Plain Midstream Canada