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A Practical Guide to Acquisitions and Divestments - Everything You Need to Know from A to D

May 5, 2021

Time: 13:00 - 16:30
Location: Virtual On-Line

This will be a two part webinar session. 

Links will be sent the day prior to the sessions

First session will be held on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 from 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Second session will be held on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 from 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Land negotiators, administrators, analysts, co-ordinators, team leads, supervisors, managers and other oil and gas personnel who work on acquisitions and divestments.


This course will guide you through the entire A&D process life cycle.  This holistic overview starts with a synopsis of evaluations, data room due diligence processes, and drafting purchase and sale agreements, indemnities, warranties, and general conveyances.  The course includes development of land schedules, management of rights of first refusal, specific conveyances and transfers, and closing and post-closing administration.  A comprehensive set of checklists and precedents is included.  


Tracey Stock, P.Eng, JD, MBA 

Tracey Stock has been in the energy sector since 1980 as a lawyer, engineer and landman working with Imperial Oil, Texaco, Shell, Trans-Canada Pipelines, Norcen, Petro-Canada, Talisman, Apache, Penn West, Pengrowth, Plains Midstream, and LandSolutions. Tracey delivers courses, seminars, and workshops to colleges, universities, professional and industry organizations including APEGA, CPLED, CAPL, and CAPLA.  His experience includes petroleum engineering, corporate and commercial law, petroleum land negotiations and administration, and information systems management.  Tracey teaches business law, management, and petroleum law at Mount Royal University, and survey law, intellectual property law and information systems management at the University of Calgary.  He also has several published articles dealing with current land and legal issues in the petroleum industry.  He is a CAPL member and is President of CAPLA. He is also a part-time AER Hearing Commissioner.