By May 15, 2017 Read More →

Alberta Energy Regulator vice-presidents stepping down


AER VP replacements announced Apache Canada photo.

Hill retiring after 37 years with the regulator

The Alberta Energy Regulator has announced that two executive vice-presidents are stepping down, and that Carol Crowfoot and Mark Taylor are replacing them, according to a press release.

Crowfoot is the new executive vice president of Strategy and Regulatory, replacing Cal Hill; Taylor is the new executive vice president of operations, replacing Kirk Bailey. The appointments are effective immediately.

Bailey joined the AER in 2013 to find new ways to carry out day-to-day operations. He worked with his colleagues on the executive leadership team to develop AER’s strategic plan, and established a vision that AER says is ongoing to this day.

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In recent years, Mr.Hill  has played a key role in the getting the AER on its feet, developing their strategy, establishing new approaches to regulation, and providing continued expertise in science, economics, regulatory affairs, and corporate planning.


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