Join us for this full day workshop and learn more about oilsands and the oilsands industry.
May 1, 2014
8:00AM - 4:00PM
Edmonton Expo Centre; Halls F & G
7515 118 Ave
Trina Mellon - Programing; Jill Sugars - Registration
Online registration is closed.
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In the last decade, Canada’s heavy oil and oil sands industry has grown
to become a key supplier of global energy. It continues to receive significant
attention as it makes tremendous strides in both production and technological
advancements. Learn all about this increasingly important sector at Heavy Oil
Click HERE to see the HO 101 brochure.
The six sections that will be taught include:
- Surface Facilities
- Environment & Regulatory
- Industry Overview
Our speakers are industry experts with numerous years of experience, they include:
Gail leads Corporate Development responsibilities for Willowglen Systems, a global industrial automation technology company – which develops SCADACOM Enterprise SCADA Control Systems and Unisen Flow Computers and RTU’s – technologies used by pipelines and oil and gas companies from Alberta to Asia.
Gail is a Chemical Engineer, and Vice President of the CHOA, active with both APEGA and the ISA - and has over 30 years of industry experience, working in the control rooms of companies such as Suncor, Syncrude, Exxon-Mobil, MEG Energy, Cenovus and more. In addition to her role on the CHOA Board, Gail sits on the CHOA Edmonton Steering Committee, the CHOA Facilities and Upgrading Committee, and the CHOA Business, Transportation, and Marketing Committees.
Bruce Peachey is the President of New
Paradigm Engineering Ltd, in Edmonton. Bruce received a BSc in Chemical
Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 1976. After graduation he spent sixteen years with
Imperial Oil’s upstream oil and gas production operations. He has been consulting through New Paradigm
for 20 years, and is a sessional instructor at the University of Alberta
teaching Oil and Gas Property Evaluation to 4th year Petroleum
He is a Fellow of the
Chemical Institute of Canada and chair of the CIC’s Energy Subject Division and
is a founding member of the Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC).
Kaiser has made many contributions to the development of strain-based design
methodologies for unconventional resources, including thermal wells, tight gas
and oil, and compacting formations.
His publishing record includes seven peer
reviewed papers and numerous conference papers, and he also holds more than 30
patent grants. Trent served in various roles in the Canadian Heavy Oil
Association over the past 12 years, including that of President in 2008/2009.
He is a lead developer and presenter in industry training courses for the
unconventional resource industry on topics ranging from well structures,
strain-based design, and flow control and optimization.
During his professional
career, he has developed analytical components of connection qualification
programs and formulated methodologies to integrate those components with
laboratory testing. His work on casing structures has included assessment of
formation-induced deformations of casing strings, and development of algorithms
to accurately characterize well deformations from casing inspection logs. Trent
holds B.Sc. (1983), M.Sc. (1987) and Ph.D. (1991) degrees in Mechanical
Engineering from the University of Alberta. He is also a member of ASME.
Orest has over 30 years of experience in the refining and upgrading
industries, ranging from plant operations to project execution. Since
joining Bantrel in 1995, he has held several engineering and management
titles including Process Engineer Lead, Alliance Project Manager, Field
Engineering Manager, Operations Manager and Business Development Manager
in Bantrel’s Edmonton office. He was appointed General Manager of the
Edmonton office in 2011.
Orest holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and an MBA
from the University of Alberta. He is a registered professional engineer
in Alberta and a certified Six Sigma Champion.
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