The PEGG February 1999
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nomination process for APEGGA Council is now complete. Ballots soon will
be mailed. Check the list of those seeking Council positions.
by APEGGA and other professional associations have been heeded with respect
to municipal licence requirements APEGGA Supports
donated $10,000 to the Friends of the Oil Sands Discovery Centre in Fort
new Executive was chosen at the APEGGAšs Calgary Branch Annual General
meeting, where the audience also heard Ian Hutcheon, P.Geol., PhD, provide
an historical perspective on the impact of carbon dioxide.
H. Greggs, P.Geol., concludes a three-part series on the Enforcement Review
Bader, P.Eng., who as Deputy Minister of Public Works, Supply and
Services, has worked closely with APEGGA, has taken up new duties in the
co-ordinator of Professional Development, Mischelle vanThiel will be based
in APEGGAšs Calgary office.
firms are finding demand for specialized services in the field of
pipeline integrity management.
national survey points to an increasing presence of women in engineering.
methane could make a transition from being considered a nuisance to becoming
a valued energy source.
from the world engineering and geoscience press includes news on how space
technology is helping to fight crime.
PEGG publishes a personal reminiscence about the early days of oil production
new book by Lawrence Chrismas portrays Canadian coal miners in words and
news from the Universities of Alberta and Calgary.
NOVA Chairman Ted Newall received an Honorary APEGGA Membership last year,
it punctuated a career-long association with engineers.
President Gordon Ulrich, P.Eng., was in the spotlight during the last
year as the company acquired its Alberta rival Manalta Coal. Mr. Ulrich
discusses the acquisition and the future of coal.
Hole family and Lockerbie & Hole Contracting Ltd., are closely connected
with engineering and the growth of Alberta.
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