Energy Career Hub
Welcome to the Energy Career Hub where you can find additional resources for teachers and students related to exciting and well-paying careers in Energy!
BRAD J. HAYES
BRAD J. HAYES, PhD, P.Geo
Brad Hayes is President of Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd., a geoscience and engineering consulting firm providing professional advice to clients working in oil and gas, helium and lithium exploration, water resource management, and geothermal energy.
Brad holds a PhD in geology from the University of Alberta, and has 40 years of diverse experience applying subsurface geoscience in resource industries. He is Outreach Director for the Canadian Society for Evolving Energy, and a Past-President of the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists. He is a member of the Energy Resources Technical Advisory Committee for Geoscience BC and a Fellow of the Balsillie School for International Affairs.
Brad is an Adjunct Professor in the University of Alberta Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and a sessional lecturer in Earth and Environmental Sciences at Mount Royal University. Leading a team supported by U of A and CSEE, he has developed a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “21st Century Energy Transition – How do We Make it Happen?” as a product of extensive research and consultation on modern energy issues.
Brad is a prolific media commentator, writing for a variety of technical and business publications as well as engaging actively on social media talking about energy.
Aleta’s unique background in diversified projects and industries range from operations in the challenging and unforgiving Canadian High Arctic to International Clean Energy projects.
She has supported early to mid-stage projects in Nuclear/SMR, Solar/Wind, Construction, Mining to Global Capital Markets and in various roles from Executive Leadership to Strategy, Operations, Human Resources and Community/Indigenous Engagement.
She aims to be a catalyst for change that creates efficiency, a culturally favorable and inclusive environment, and infrastructure growth/development opportunities, nationally and internationally.
Her years of experience showed her the criticality of passion on topics such as climate change, arctic environment, inclusion & diversity, and infrastructure growth. A female, from a small northern town, with nontraditional experiences (at times), aims to support a shift and be a voice of change for others as we continue to grow our global community in the clean and renewable industry while meeting our net zero carbon emission targets provincially, nationally, and internationally.
Aleta looks forward to bringing her unconventional knowledge and experience in industries and roles, her team approach based on perseverance, integrity, and confidence with humility in the face of challenges to support and facilitate growth in the Clean and Renewable Energy sector.
Member of Fort McKay First Nation
ISO 14001 Lead Auditor
I am an ISO 14001 Lead Auditor. Over the last 25 years I have worked with and developed training for a variety of Energy companies, First Nations bands and regulatory compliance boards across North America. I have provided compliance data modeling assistance to CAPP, CAPL, CAPLA, and the AER. I have an integral working knowledge of; federal, western Canadian provincial and municipal legislation, which focus on; liability, ARO, environment, health and safety.
I have been integral in providing “viability management” assistance to clientele by providing inter-jurisdictional liaisons required to map out life cycle due diligence in both up and downstream oil and gas as well as the utility industries. I have represented the City of Calgary at various oil and gas related hearings over the last 9 years. While in this role, I developed the internal Gas and Oil Group as well as the Synergy Calgary group, of which I remain a member. I am a member of the CSA Z663 (pipeline in Urban Centres) policy development committee, I am also a Director of “LIF” – (Land Integrity Foundation) LIF is a not for profit, multifaceted foundation that straddles, the Oil and Gas industry, Municipal Governments, Regulatory bodies, Builders and Developers.. The main focus of the foundation a think tank designed to facilitate: the oil and gas industry, municipal governments, regulatory bodies, builders and developers’. We address liability and risk criteria as related to the intertwining of these 4 entities as they relate to regulatory and liability reduction requirements; which straddles all 3 jurisdictions. Ms Macht has worked closely in the last 2 years with the Canadian “National Coalition of Chiefs” whose focus is – “Working To Defeat On-Reserve Poverty”.
I am currently “Ombudsman” for the Alberta Energy Consortium, aligning energy silos: education, operators, producers, technology, innovation, insurance, banking, investment, land owners and First Nations. https://theenergyconsortium.ca
Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) & Professor
Douglas Cuthbertson is a recently retired Professor of Practice at the University of Wyoming in the department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering. Prior to that he was an instructor at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in the Petroleum Engineering Technology program.
He is a Professional Engineer with 30 years working experience in the energy industry. He has worked in Canada, the USA and overseas on numerous projects focusing on effective energy systems design and their application.
He has a BSc in Petroleum Engineering (University of Wyoming ‘85) and a Diploma in Petroleum Engineering Technology (SAIT).
Dr. Tammy Nemeth
Dr. Tammy Nemeth
Dr. Tammy Nemeth is a strategic energy and ESG analyst based in the UK. Her consulting company ESG2 Insight offers bespoke research, analysis, and insights to help organizations understand the overlapping challenges of Energy, Security, Geopolitics and Environmental, Social, Governance — ESG2. Dr. Nemeth has a PhD in history from the University of British Columbia and was a guest lecturer on the geopolitics of energy and the environment at a private university in Germany. She has published articles and book chapters on Canadian and international energy issues and has been honoured twice by the Petroleum History Society for her research and writing. Dr. Nemeth is the author of the report Counting Carbon Molecules, an analysis of the International Sustainability Standards Board’s (ISSB) proposed Sustainability and Climate-Related financial disclosures. Dr. Nemeth is a frequent contributor to The Financial Post and Calgary Herald. Concerned about the lack of context in narratives surrounding climate change and the hydrocarbon industry, Dr. Nemeth began a website and podcast called “The Nemeth Report” and joins an international weekly discussion of current events on The Energy Transition Podcast. You can reach Dr. Nemeth at [email protected] or [email protected].