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Lorne Sivertson Papers and Contributions to Reports on the Energy Sector

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"Asset Management: Getting Your Money's Worth, Design-Evaluate-Build: An Approach For Developing Hydropower Projects", at the Hydro Vision 2000 Conference in Charlotte, NC, August, 2000


"Arrow Lakes Generating Station: The Design-Evaluate-Build Development Process And Financing Model", with Helmut Johannsen of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin at the Structuring Financing for P3s Conference, Pacific Business & Law Institute, September, 2002


"Background Information for BC Energy: A Sector Review and Recommendations for Policy Development", prepared for the Opposition Party Economic Development Committee, March, 2006


"Methodology for Quantitative Procurement Options Analysis – Discussion Draft: Feedback", response to invitation for comments on Partnerships British Columbia (PBC) draft paper, August, 2009

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"Successful Strategies For Managing and Addressing Project Development Claims", at the Hydro Vision 2010 Conference in Charlotte, NC, July, 2010


"Hydropower Project Development - Avoiding Disputes and Claims", at the Renewable Energy World Asia 2010 Conference in Singapore, November, 2010

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"Review of BC Hydro", a report published by the BC Ministry of Finance, June, 2011, Lorne Sivertson was the energy sector advisor to the BC Ministry of Finance


"Hydroelectric Projects - Risks & Management", Natural Gas and Electricity, Wiley Periodicals Inc., September 2013.

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"Canadian Hydropower in the Pacific Northwest", Natural Gas and Electricity, Wiley Periodicals Inc., January 2015.

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