Ian Anderson Translates
Electronic Data Interchange Into Business Success/ 1
Electronic Data Interchange is changing the way
companies do business and Ian Anderson, P.Eng., is aiding them
utilize such automated electronic interchange of information.
Women in the Workplace,
Achieving Harmony Conference/ 1
The PEGG reports on a conference held May 21-23
in Vancouver with a focus on the challenges women working in
engineering and science still face in traditionally
Notebook / 3
President Dan Motyka, P.Eng., examines the
participation of geoscientists in APEGGA and the Association's
involvement with earth scientists.
C-TEP Rolling Along / 3
The Centre for Transportation Engineering and
Planning is providing a new avenue for research and technology
transfer in Alberta.
Letters / 4
Services / 4
APEGGA Director of Communications Trevor Maine,
P.Eng., reviews a number of the member services offered through
Standard / 4
The Practice Standards Committee seeks input for
the guidelines on Professional Designations, Professional Stamps,
and Permit Stamps.
Briefs / 5
Discipline disclosure rules and a practice Review
Board report on pressed plate wooden trusses were part of a busy
agenda at APEGGA Council's June 18 meeting.
CCGP Responds / 6
The Canadian Council of Professional
Geoscientists has responded to a recent Ontario report on mining
Oil & Gas Degree Offered at U of C / 6
The University of Calgary is introducing a new
degree program in oil and gas engineering.
President Bill Blair, P.Geoph., Dies / 6
Convictions for P.Eng. Misuse / 6
APEGGA and its Ontario counterpart have been
successful in obtaining convictions against individuals
unlawfully using the P.Eng. designation.
Y2K & Liability / 7
As part of a series on the millenium bug, The
PEGG reprints an article focusing on some legal and liability
aspects of the Y2K questions
Evaluation Engineers / 8
The Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers has
a Canadian presence in Calgary.
CCAT Provides Meeting Point / 8
Promoting the business of high-tech is a priority
of the Calgary Council for Advanced Technology.
Sewer Story Unearthed / 9
There's a history to the development of sanitary
sewer systems in Calgary and Edmonton.
Matrikon on the Move / 10
Edmonton-headquartered Matrikon Consulting Inc.
is selling industrial computer automation and process control
Have Your Say / 11
The PEGG's cartoon feature.
The CIM at 100 / 12
The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and
Petroleum is 100 years old in 1998. Bill Corbett outlines CIM's
Norman Wardlaw's Unconventional Advice
For Conventional Fields
Following up on a distinguished academic career,
Norman Wardlaw, P.Geol., PhD, continues to contribute towards
extending the life of mature oil fields.
In the News / 14
Pooling Together / 15
Norma Ramage concludes a two-part series on how
companies and agencies are pooling their research efforts.
RBI Solutions / 16
Peter Timmins, P.Eng., PhD., of RBI Inc. has
developed interactive inspection and maintenance systems for
Valley Walk / 17
A new publications, The Valley Beneath Our Feet,
guides visitors through the geology of Edmonton's River Valley.
Morrison Hershfield / 18
Morrison Hershfield has been offering innovative
consulting solutions for more than half a century.
Geo-Triad '98 Does Well / 19
A new teaching well on the The University of
Calgary campus is one legacy of Geo-Triad '98, the joint
convention of CSPG, CSEG, and CWLS.
Registration / 20
Careers / 21
PEGG These Dates / 22
APEGGA Calendar / 22
Lewis Nakatsui Has New Ideas On the
Home Front / 24
Canada is the forefront of homebuilding, says Lewis Nakatsui, P.Eng., president of the Canadian Home Builders' Association.
No August PEGG
Please note, The PEGG does not publish in August. The next PEGG will be published in early September. Deadline for the September PEGG is noon, Aug. 14.
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