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James Seale, P. Eng., B.Sc. Engineering, Alberta

James Seale, P.Eng. is the President and Chief Engineer of Seale Engineering Ltd. He has a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, as well as 6 graduate level courses in engineering.

In addition, he has taken other training, including a course in finite element analysis, presented by the Saskatchewan Research Council; one in Aging & Remaining Life Assessment of Power Plant Components, presented by Bringas Technology Ltd.; and two ASME courses on ASME Sect. VIII, Div. 2 Pressure Vessels.

Before starting Seale Engineering, James Seale was employed by Canadian Equipment Sales and Service Co. Ltd. (CESSCO) from May of 1962 to April of 1973, when his consultiing business began.

In March of 1976, the firm was incorporated as Seale Engineering Ltd. Since then it has served industry, in particular the manufacturing, petrochemical and oil and gas drilling and producing industries, in Western Canada.

Professional and Technical Association Memberships:

The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA)

The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

SAE International

ASM International

Professional and Technical Positions held:

Past Chairman of the experience committee of the APEGGA Board of Examiners.

Current Member of the APEGGA Appeal Board.

Past member of the ASET - APEGGA Joint Review Board.

Past Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Edmonton Section of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering.

Past executive member of the Edmonton Chapter of the American Society for Metals.

Member of a CSA B51 Technical Committee.

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