- March 07, 2018 from 8:30am to 12:00pm
This seminar is intended to help land personnel understand landowner concerns regarding groundwater related issues.
The seminar will cover an introduction to groundwater topics, common landowner concerns and mitigative measures, case-studies and a description of pre and post well testing directives. Specific topics will include groundwater concerns relating to oil and gas operations, coal bed methane production, seismic surveys, drilling operations, mining, pipeline excavations and road-cut excavations.
Registration Fee includes beverages and snacks.
Alex Haluszka has been a Hydrogeologist with Matrix's Western Hydrogeology team since 2009. During that time he has worked mostly on water supply projects for unconventional resource projects in Alberta and British Columbia, with a focus on oil sands and hydraulic fracturing. He also has experience in contaminant hydrogeology for conventional upstream oil and gas sites. Prior to working for Matrix, Alex worked as a petroleum exploration geologist while pursuing his B.Sc. degrees in geology at the University of Calgary.
Sarah's experience at Matrix has focused around water contamination in upstream oil and gas in Alberta and Northern British Columbia. Over the last five years at Matrix as an environmental consultant, the majority of her work has focused on assessing and recommending remediation strategies for sites impacted by hydrocarbons and produced water. Such work includes the development of conceptual site models, risk assessment, and management. Previously, Sarah has worked on water development projects in Eastern Africa. Her roles varied from program management, technical advisor, to leading workshops on field water quality sampling and testing.
|CAPL Credits:||3 Credits|
|AAPL Credits:||3 Credits|
|Fee:||CAPL Member||$150 plus GST|
|Non-Member||$200 plus GST|
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