Tired of NEB Pipeline Whack-a-Mole? There's an App for That!

Posted by Don Richardson

on Apr 22, 2017 8:01:06 PM

“Canada is a vast nation with a diverse energy mix. A better understanding of what energy is produced, as well as how, when and where it’s transported will lead to a more informed energy dialogue across the country.”

– Peter Watson, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, National Energy Board

 

Tired of NEB Pipeline Whack-a-Mole?

National Energy Board (NEB) regulated pipelines transport millions of litres of oil and gas under our feet every day.  The network of pipelines is vast.  In 2016, pipelines regulated by the NEB moved over a billion barrels of liquid products alone.  We spend a lot of time with pipeline maps, in relation to pipelines and Indigenous jurisdiction, Indigenous land use planning, Indigenous knowledge, Indigenous environmental monitoring and Indigenous Guardians programs or related BEAHR training.  A good pipeline mapping app would be nice.

If you've ever tried to figure out where a NEB regulated pipeline is located and what's flowing through it, you know it can be difficult.  But your days of playing pipeline whack-a-mole on Google may soon be over.  The National Energy Board (NEB) recently launched a new interactive online tool providing information on what products are moving through NEB-regulated pipelines.

 Map image from the NEB's Interactive Pipeline Map, including dots with reported incidents

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Topics: Pipelines, Indigenous Environmental Monitoring

We're Hiring: Archaeologist / Cultural Heritage Specialist

Posted by Nichole Fraser MacDonald

on Apr 18, 2017 9:14:09 AM

 

Are you an experienced Archaeologist and / or Cultural Heritage Specialist who is looking for an opportunity to make a difference with your work? This might be the job for you! The person we are seeking will have at least 5 years of relevant professional experience completing Archaeology and Cultural Heritage studies. SVS’s Archaeologist will work collaboratively with our team and clients to:

  • Undertake third-party technical peer reviews of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Studies on behalf of our Indigenous community clients
  • Deliver Archaeological Monitoring training and capacity building to First Nations, Metis and Inuit organizations and individuals
  • Provide other consultation and regulatory process support as needed

Salary and benefits are competitive and negotiable.

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Topics: Job Listing