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Surface A&D (afternoon) (PSL)

January 29, 2020

Time: 13:00 - 16:00
Location: CAPL Office Suite 1600, 520 5th Ave SW


This half day seminar is designed for surface land personnel requiring an introduction to surface rights management in the acquisition and divestiture of operated properties.  The course is also valuable to supervisors and managers in the area.


This seminar is designed to provide an overview of surface land issues in the acquisition and divestiture of operated properties.  Topics include a sample checklist, lease and agreement conveyancing, well licenses and LLR review, transfers, easements and rights-of-way, transfer of caveats, road use agreements, notice to landowners and occupants, electronic processes in Crown dispositions and license transfers, and environmental approvals. The course is presented from an Alberta perspective, but much of the material and process is relevant to other jurisdictions.

Registration Fee includes beverages and snacks.
Save $50 when you register at least 3 weeks in advance! Prices will increase 3 weeks prior to the course.

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Tracey Stock, P.Eng, JD, MBA

Tracey Stock has been in the energy sector since 1980 as a lawyer, engineer and landman working with Imperial Oil, Texaco, Shell, Trans-Canada Pipelines, Norcen, Petro-Canada, Talisman, Apache, Penn West, Pengrowth, Plains Midstream, and LandSolutions. Tracey delivers courses, seminars, and workshops to colleges, universities, professional and industry organizations including APEGA, CPLED, CAPL, and CAPLA.  His experience includes petroleum engineering, corporate and commercial law, petroleum land negotiations and administration, and information systems management.  Tracey teaches business law, management, and petroleum law at Mount Royal University, and survey law, intellectual property law and information systems management at the University of Calgary.  He also has several published articles dealing with current land and legal issues in the petroleum industry.  He is a CAPL member and is President of CAPLA. He is also a part-time AER Hearing Commissioner.