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Dr. Mark Shrimpton

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Senior Associate, Socio-Economic ...

Stantec Consulting.
Local Address: St. John, Newfoundland, Canada
Stantec Inc.
10160-112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2L6
Canada

Company Description: Stantec Inc. provides professional consulting services in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying and geomatics,...   more
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The Canadian Institute's East Coast Natural Gas Conference | The Canadian Institute
www.canadianinstitute.com, 22 Feb 2010 [cached]
Mark Shrimpton, Principal and Practice Director, Socio-Enonomic Services, Stantec
SafetyNet : People
www.safetynet.mun.ca, 13 Jan 2007 [cached]
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Mark Shrimpton (Principal, Jacques Whitford) has over 20 years experience in consultant research, working for clients in business, government, labour and community groups.Much of this work has been concerned with assessing, planning and managing the socio-economic impacts of resource industry activities, including projects for oil companies (e.g. Exxon-Mobil, Petro-Canada, Husky Energy and ConocoPhillips), mining companies (e.g. Inco and BHP Minerals), power companies (e.g. Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro and the Icelandic National Power Company), governments (e.g. the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Government of British Columbia, and the Minerals Management Service, US Department of the Interior) and international agencies (e.g. the UN International Labour Office).In Newfoundland and Labrador, Mark played a lead role in preparing: socio-economic impact assessments of the Hibernia, Terra Nova, White Rose and Voisey?s Bay projects; benefits, human resources and employment diversity plans for the White Rose project; infrastructure and labour requirements studies for various petroleum and mining projects; and, studies monitoring the effects of offshore petroleum activity.He has also undertaken in-depth research into: the effects of work at remote sites on workers, families and communities; the interactions between resource industries and frontier regions; and economic development options for small island states.This has included work in the US, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, the Falkland Islands and Australia. Mark has published and presented on his research interests in Canada, the US, the UK, Norway, France, Lithuania, Malaysia and Australia.He is a former Research Director for the City of St. John's, Research Director for the Community Services Council of Newfoundland and Labrador, and Senior Research Fellow with the Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University.He has been an Adjunct Professor of Geography at Memorial University since 1988, and has taught Geography, Sociology/Anthropology and Engineering courses as a Sessional Lecturer.
Mark Shrimpton
www.business.mun.ca, 2 Oct 2008 [cached]
Mark ShrimptonPrincipalCommunity Resource Services Ltd.
Mark Shrimpton has over twenty years of experience of consultant research in Canada, working for clients in industry, government, local business, labour, community groups and women's groups.Much of this work has been concerned with the assessment, planning and management of the socio-economic impacts of resource development activity, including work for clients in the oil industry (e.g. Exxon-Mobil, Petro-Canada, Chevron Canada Resources, Husky Energy and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers), mining industry (e.g. the Voisey's Bay Nickel Company and Australian Mines and Metals Association), government (e.g. the US Minerals Management Service, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Government of British Columbia and the Falkland Islands Government), international agencies (e.g. the UN International Labour Office), and business and community groups.
In Canada, he has played a lead role in: public consultations and the socio-economic impact assessments of the Hibernia, Terra Nova and White Rose oilfield development and Voisey's Bay Mine/Mill and Smelter/Refinery projects; preparing the Benefits Plan for White Rose; preparing business and infrastructure requirements studies; and, monitoring of the effects of resource development activity.He has also undertaken in-depth studies of: the interactions between the oil industry and frontier regions; the effects of commute employment on workers, families and communities; the occupational health and safety implications of remote work; and, women=s involvements with the oil and mining industries.This has included work for clients in the United States, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, France, Switzerland, Argentina, the Falkland Islands and Australia.
It is these international experiences that prompted him to initiate and subsequently direct the CIBS study of knowledge-based export services from Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Iceland and the Isle of Man.The final report, Small Places, Big Ideas: Exporting Knowledge-Based Services from the Atlantic Periphery, examines the expansion in export services, the market opportunities, and best practices for both service exporters and those (for example, government agencies and economic development groups) seeking to encourage, support and facilitate such activity.
Mark has made presentations on his research interests at conferences and symposia in the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, the Faroe Islands, Norway, Malaysia and Australia.He also holds the honorary position of Adjunct Professor of Geography at Memorial University of Newfoundland, where he has provided specialist advice and teaching on resource management issues.This has included teaching, as a sessional lecturer, in the Departments of Geography, Sociology and Anthropology and the Faculty of Engineering.
'Oil & gas is often viewed ...
www.oilonline.com, 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
'Oil & gas is often viewed as a threat, not as an opportunity, by residents of the Arctic,' said Mark Shrimpton, senior associate for socio-economic services at Stantec Consulting. 'Even economic development professionals have a profoundly negative outlook on our industry.'
For quite some time, he said, Newfoundland and Labrador was a 'have-not' province with low levels of education and high rates of unemployment. Then, 'in the late 1970s, the government decided to intervene as best it could to harness the potential of the oil & gas industry and moved forward with a variety of projects' such as Hibernia and Hebron. The oil industry has had far-reaching effects in the region, Shrimpton said, including higher incomes and investment in infrastructure, education, training and research and development. 'It really has been a transformation.'
Access in other areas in the Arctic will require overcoming negative stereotypes and expectations, he added. Any plans for projects in the Arctic 'have to be context-specific. There is no one-size fits all,' Shrimpton said.
Mark Shrimpton, Senior ...
www.women-oilandgas.com, 20 May 2011 [cached]
Mark Shrimpton, Senior Associate Stantec
Mark was an initiator and organizer of the original "Women & Oil" international conference held in St. John's in 1985. He subsequently co-edited Women, Work and Family in the British, Canadian and Norwegian Offshore Oilfields (Macmillan, 1988) and co-authored a 1996 WITT study of Women, Employment Equity and the Hibernia Construction Project. Since joining Stantec in 2003, he has co-authored the White Rose Diversity Plan and developed women's employment plans for the Grassy Point LNG project and various mining projects in Labrador. He still serves as a diversity consultant for Husky Energy, and is completing a "Jurisdictional Scan of Gender Equity Policy and Practices for Resource Development Projects" for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador's Department of Natural Resources.
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