Kelowna is a city on Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley, in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its name derives from an Okanagan language term for "grizzly bear". Kelowna ranks as the 22nd largest metropolitan area in Canada.
The Kelowna office opened in late 2010 and will be further developed over the years as a center for engineering and collaboration with universities and other higher learning institutions.
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The Engineer, Drilling and Production is the provincial authority on all matters related to the drilling, completion, production, and abandonment of wells and related equipment.
The position ensures that all drilling, completion, suspension and abandonment operations meet the provincial requirements and objectives of protecting public health and safety, the environment, lease holders rights, and the provincial share of the resource; Renders judgments and decisions affecting a wide variety of operational proposals by industry; Develops and recommends regulatory and policy changes for drilling procedures, personnel qualifications, completion, cased hole logging, work-over, stimulation and abandonment operations in order to ensure attainment of provincial objectives in response to changing technology and provincial requirements; Sets standards of good engineering practice for all drilling, well production and maintenance operations; and Works collaboratively with other regulatory bodies and industry groups on a variety of initiatives.