TICKET SALES ARE OVER FOR THE AGAT LABORATORIES SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TALKS 2017. WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR PURCHASING THEIR TICKETS AND LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING EVERYONE AT OUR BEST EVER SEMINAR!
CALGARY - January 27th, 2017 at the Fairmont Palliser - 133 9 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2M3 - SOLD OUT
EDMONTON - February 3rd, 2017 at the Fairmont Hotel McDonald - 10065 100 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 0N6 - SOLD OUT
AGAT Laboratories' Science and Technology Talks 2017 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, lunch and networking breaks throughout the day.
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 27th - Calgary, February 3rd - Edmonton
Waste Management During Releases - Regulatory Requirements and Approvals
Dalene Meier, Environment Technical Specialist, Alberta Energy Regulator
From Flare Pits to Fugitive Emissions Surverys - A Brief History of Environmental Auditing in the Alberta Oil Patch
Ted Jones, P.Biol., EP-CEA, Senior Auditor - Regulatory Compliance and Assurance, Cenovus Energy Inc.
Overview of Liability Management Darlene Howat, M.Sc., P.Ag., Senior Advisor, Liability Management, Remediation and Reclamation, Closure Liability Branch, Alberta Energy Regulator
Managing Assets and Transformer Spill Response During the Fort McMurray Wildfires
Paul Fuellbrandt, Environmental Specialist and Rajat Goutam, Environmental Supervisor, ATCO Electric
Assessment of Remedial Options for Sulfolane Impacted Groundwater
Neil Fricke, B.A.Sc., P.Eng., Senior Project Engineer, Advisian WorleyParsons
Using an Effective Method for Differentiation, Where Does Toluene Come From: Petrogenic Families and Biogenic Loners?
Court Sandau, PhD, P.Chem, Principal Chemist, Chemistry Matters
Have you Tested Your Environmental Unit Lately? We Did. Jeffrey Blanchard, M.Sc., Environmental Health and Safety Specialist, Spectra Energy and Sheri Gilmour, M.Sc., P.Geo., Senior Project Manager, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
Economics of Numerical Modeling for Remediation Decision Making
John Banks, P.Chem., Principal Environmental Chemist, Matrix Solutions Inc.
Reclamation... Say What?
Devin Allibone, Manager Dev-Ops Environmental, Canadian Natural Resources Limited
One-Stop Online Reclamation Certification Review Tool
Jamie Legarie, NALA Business Lead, Reclamation and Remediation and Nicole Ruptash, BTECH-TM, Reclamation/Remediation Technical Coordinator, Alberta Energy Regulator
Alberta Environment and Parks Contaminated Sites Policy Updates
Brian Lambert, M.Sc., P.Ag., Reclamation and Remediation Policy Specialist and Norman Sawatsky, PhD, P.Ag., Contaminated Sites Policy Advisor, Alberta Environment and Parks
Fairmont Palliser - Calgary, Fairmont Hotel McDonald - Edmonton