30
October 2014

APEGBC Central Interior Branch Luncheon: The Northern Gateway Pipeline: A Discussion of the Public Interest Cost and Benefits

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Date: Thursday, October 30, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Central Interior Branch Northern Gateway Pipeline Discussion
Location: Prince George Civic Centre 808 Canada Games Way Prince George, BC
(formerly 887 Dominion Street)
Presenter: Chris Peter, P.Eng.
Registered Intervenor in the Northern Gateway Pipeline hearings.
Credit: 1 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Cost: $45 for APEGBC members, non-members and guests
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Join the Central Interior Branch at their lunch event on The Northern Gateway Pipeline: A Discussion of the Public Interest Costs and Benefits. For more information please click below.

Event Schedule:
12:00 - 12:15 pm - Buffet lunch opens: Attendees to grab food and then take their seats
12:15 - 1:00 pm - Presentation by Chris Peter, P.Eng.
1:00 - 1:30 pm - Discussion / Question Period

Opinions on energy development and transportation are constantly evolving, and with the recent approval of the Northern Gateway Pipeline and the ongoing application for the TransMountain Expansion project, British Columbians are more interested than ever before in ensuring pipelines are constructed and operated safely.

This luncheon will begin with a presentation by Chris Peter, P.Eng. who was a Registered Intervenor in the Northern Gateway Pipeline hearings. Following that presentation, attendees are encouraged to voice their opinion on Northern Gateway Pipeline during the discussion portion of the event.

Chris' presentation will include review of the following topics:
  • Life-cycle Costing - Application of the APEGBC Sustainability Guidelines to the Northern Gateway Pipeline
  • Cost benefit analysis submitted to the National Energy Board
  • Experience collaborating with other professional engineers during the National Energy Board hearings
  • Concerned Professional Engineers review of marine quantitative risk analysis submitted to National Energy Board.
  • Conclusion of the cost benefit analysis based on the above content.
About the presenter:
Chris Peter, P.Eng., graduated with a BASc. from the University of Toronto in 1981 and has been a practicing mechanical engineer ever since. He was an early adopter of the use of building energy modeling and simulation for reducing energy consumption and GHG emissions in buildings. 
 
He has been involved in the design and retrofit of buildings throughout northern BC, Nunavut, NWT, Alberta and Manitoba. 
 
A member of ASHRAE and a LEED AP, he is principal of C.J. Peter Associates Engineering which was a registered Intervenor in the Northern Gateway Pipeline hearings.

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