Panel Discussion: Gaining Social License for a New Energy Project

Panel Discussion: Gaining Social License for a New Energy Project

In this panel discussion we will cover:

What "Social License" actually means and why it matters

Share different perspectives from industry experts

Where we see social license going and how will it evolve

The role of Govt. provincial and national in the process

SPEAKERS

Richard Jensen

Richard Jensen
Executive Vice President of Operations

Plains Midstream Canada

Rick Jensen serves as Executive Vice President of Operations of Plains Midstream Canada (PMC) and is responsible for overseeing all Crude Oil and Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) operations, including engineering, environment, health and safety, land and regulatory activities, as well as supply chain management. Rick brings over 27 years of senior executive experience in global projects and operations across the oil and gas, chemical, and upstream and midstream sectors. Prior to PMC, Rick worked with Nexen Petroleum for 22 years, where he served as Vice President, Middle East, South America, and Africa. Rick has also worked in executive leadership roles at Canadian Occidental Petroleum and Canadian Nexen Chemicals.

Dan McFadyen

Dan McFadyen
Program Director, Extractive Resource Governance Program, School of Public Policy

University of Calgary

Profile Coming Soon

Jim Donihee

Jim Donihee
Chief Operating Officer

Canadian Energy Pipeline Association

Profile Coming Soon