The changing face of geosciences in the 21st century. What you need to know to survive

By Larry Herd The changing geosciences world It wasn’t long ago (at least it seems like just yesterday) that the domestic upstream oil and gas industry was still in the exploration phase – looking for new reserves, exploring for new play concepts and enhancing technology to find new resources. Our geosciences disciplines were generally isolated […]

Hello, B.C.

Since the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the world is fully aware of just how ‘super’ and just how ‘natural’ British Columbia is.  Exciting cities and resorts like Vancouver, Victoria, and Whistler may get most of the recognition, but we really know what makes B.C. beautiful — our forests.  Two-thirds of British Columbia’s land […]

Have you considered an alternate safety approach?

As of the first quarter of 2012, four companies are actively pursuing safety management plans through the new, optional Alternative Safety Approaches (ASA) program, which came into effect on April 1, 2011 and which is administered by the BC Safety Authority. Ten other companies are in discussions with the BC Safety Authority and are considering […]