Andrew Carpenter
Red Deer, Alberta • Registered Professional Forester in British Columbia (#4174) , Alberta (#562) and Saskatchewan (#194)
  • Forest Technology, MFRS, Fredericton, NB.
  • B.Sc. Natural Resource Management, UNBC, Prince George.
  • Forestland Reclamation Advisor – ConocoPhillips Surmont Oil Sands; Shell Canada Ltd. OJAY Natural Gas Pipeline Reclamation Research.
  • Remote Access Logistics Coordination – 1998 to present. Manage people, budgets, heavy equipment and aircraft to deliver industrial goods and services safely and on quality, time and budget.
  • Native plant establishment on disturbed forestlands for the Forestry and Upstream Oil and Gas Sectors. Recent (2012-13) example – 780 OSE site re-vegetation project for ConocoPhillips, MEG, Nexen, Suncor and Statoil.
  • Surface Land Environmental Liability Assessment (2013) – 730 sites – Cenovus Energy Inc.
  • Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I, II & III), Upstream Oil and Gas Sector.
  • Site Supervision or General Contractor for site reclamation risk assessment, project design and implementation (BC & Alberta) – 2004-09.
  • Inspect and report on various well sites in various stages of reclamation – 12 sites in BC, 85 sites in Alberta, on an annual basis – 2004-2008.
  • Plan and implement the reforestation of 3000ha (annually) – 2001-2004 (Alberta, Coastal BC). Plan and implement afforestation of 700ha – 2003 (Vancouver Island, BC).
  • Forest soils, ecology, ecological site classification, silvicultural prescriptions – 1996-2004 (Alberta, Northern-Interior-Coastal BC).
  • Road deactivation, de-build, steep slope reforestation, landing rehabilitation – 2001-2004 (Alberta, Coastal BC).
  • Work practicum (1993) – Sweden. Canada World Youth (1990) – Tunisia.
  • Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals – RPF #4174
  • College of Alberta Professional Foresters – RPF #562
  • Association of Saskatchewan Forestry Professionals – RPF #194
  • Canadian Land Reclamation Association – Corporate Member
  • SECOR – Partners for Injury Reduction (PIR) Certificate of Recognition
  • AESAC – Associated Environmental Site Assessors of Canada
GIS Administrator
Deanna Van Muyen
  • B.Sc. Ecology, University of Calgary