About Ares Engineering
Ares Engineering is a consulting engineering firm committed to improving energy sector business processes with innovative and economical internet solutions supported by excellent client service.
Tracey Stock QC PEng PhD
Tracey Stock has been active in the oil and gas sector since 1980. He is a professional engineer, lawyer, landman, qualified mediator, chartered manager, and system developer with many years of experience as a leader with major oil and gas E&P companies, energy trusts, and national law firms. He is also a Hearing Commissioner (part-time) and mediator for the Alberta Energy Regulator and APEGA Council vice president. Previously, Tracey served on APEGA’s Investigative Committee. Tracey is also licensed as a professional engineer in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Ontario.
Tracey publishes and teaches on topics in corporate and commercial law, survey law, intellectual property law, petroleum land negotiations and administration, and information systems management at the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University, SAIT, APEGA, CAPL, CAPLA, and the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, luncheons, and workshops, and serves as a board member and Past President of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Land Administration (CAPLA). Tracey holds an MBA in technology management and PhD in resources and the environment. He is a professional engineer in Alberta, Saskatchewan, BC, and Ontario. He also has a separate practice in law.
Tracey is a dedicated volunteer. In 2017, he received the Summit Award for Community Service from APEGA, The Bar to the Silver Acorn for “continued especially distinguished service to Scouting,” and the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General of Canada. In 2018, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award, “with gratitude and appreciation for a lifetime dedicated to serving others through Scouting.” In 2022, he was appointed Queen’s Counsel.
Kent Jones EIT BSc MSc
Kent Jones graduated with distinction in geomatics engineering from the University of Calgary. He’s currently a doctoral candidate in geomatics engineering at the University of Calgary researching photogrammetry, optical imaging metrology, mobile mapping systems, LiDAR, land tenure, land registration systems, land use planning, GIS, cadastral surveying, hydrographic surveying, and engineering surveying.
Kent is also an experienced petroleum land administrator and land systems analyst with major explorers and producers and a national law firm.