Pipeline Permission – The Capital Region’s Role in Getting to Yes
As the starting point of the TransMountain Pipeline and Canada’s heart of the oil and gas industry, Edmonton and the Capital region is well aware of the need for market access and the economic benefits an expanded TransMountain pipeline will bring. But how can we ensure these opportunities are realized and the benefits for all Canadians are clear? Ian Anderson, President of Kinder Morgan Canada will share his insights into the challenges and opportunities around building critical infrastructure for all Canadians, present his company’s grassroots, one handshake at a time approach to “getting to yes” and the role Capital region businesses play in achieving pipeline permission.
On May 15th, join Alberta Enterprise Group for a special luncheon at Edmonton’s Westin Hotel.
Friday, May 15th, 2015
Edmonton’s Westin Hotel
AEG Members: $70 plus GST ($560 for table of eight)
Non AEG Members: $90 plus GST ($720 for table of eight)
Special thanks to supporting sponsors Voice Construction and JuneWarren-Nickle’s.
Doors open: 11:30 a.m. for a 12:00 p.m. program
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Ian Anderson, Kinder Morgan President
Ian Anderson has served as President of Kinder Morgan Canada since December 2005. In this role, he provides executive leadership to Kinder Morgan’s Canadian operations, growth pursuits and social responsibility initiatives. For Mr. Anderson, this means “articulating a clear vision for the company” and all projects, “diving fully into the details” and “building and growing the personal relationships” he believes are vitally important — both in business and life.
Before joining Kinder Morgan, Mr. Anderson held senior executive positions in finance, regulatory affairs, administration and business development at companies including Terasen, Centra Gas and Westcoast Energy.
Mr. Anderson has helped shape Canadian utility and pipeline regulatory policy for decades, and has been an active advocate for meaningful and productive engagement and prosperity sharing between the energy industry and Aboriginal peoples in Canada.
Mr. Anderson is a board member of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA). In this capacity, and in his previous role as Board Chair, he has worked tirelessly to broaden the voice of the pipeline industry in Canada, and to ensure the voices of all providers — small and large — are being heard. He is also a member of the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL) and was recently appointed to the Board of Governors of the Business Council of British Columbia (BCBC).
Mr. Anderson is a Certified Management Accountant and a graduate of the University of Michigan Executive Program.
Originally from Winnipeg, today Mr. Anderson and his family call Calgary home.