Tracey D. Stock PEng CMgr JD PhD

Tracey Stock Tracey Stock is an oil and gas lawyer in Alberta and Saskatchewan, professional engineer, petroleum landman, and chartered manager. Tracey has developed a practice focused on corporate governance, commercial agreements, commercial real estate, corporate mergers and amalgamations, post-merger integration, and transaction services and project management in the oil and gas industry for acquisition and divestiture of oil and gas assets and data conversion. Tracey also supports transaction services for Saskatchewan diamond claims.

With decades of experience as a manager in reserve evaluations, land administration, and land A&D for several major companies in the upstream oil and gas industry, Tracey provides a pragmatic business approach that helps ensure clients achieve maximum value.

Tracey is a Hearing Commissioner (part-time) for the Alberta Energy Regulator. He also teaches business law and petroleum land administration at Mount Royal University; intellectual property law and information systems management in the MBA program at the Haskayne School of Business; and ethics and survey law for the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary where he was recognized for outstanding teaching performance in 2016. He teaches land A&D, trust law, and introduction to oil sands for CAPL and CAPLA and has published several articles dealing with current land and legal issues in the petroleum industry. He also teaches several topics in business law for APEGA and is a learning facilitator and evaluator in contracts, practice management, ethics and professionalism, and negotiations for the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education.

Tracey volunteers regularly with Calgary Legal Guidance, offering disadvantaged Calgarians free legal advice in civil law, landlord/tenant matters, and employment law. He was recognized for distinguished service in 2009 and 2014.

Tracey serves as a board member and Past President of CAPLA; the Legislative Review Committee for the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Bar Association; and the Investigative Committee and Legislative Review Committee of APEGA and ASET. In 2017, APEGA recognized Tracey with its Summit Award for Community Service.

Between 2011 and 2014, Tracey served as the Council Commissioner for Chinook Council, Scouts Canada, managing a team of more than 2500 adult volunteers serving 7000 youth in Southern Alberta. He is currently President of the Scouts Canada Property Society of Alberta and Secretary of the Chinook Scout Foundation.

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