Join us as we kick-off CGA’s WWS & TVR program with a two-part panel on COVID-19! Part I features a strategic look at the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic with Tim Egan, President & CEO, CGA and Chris Bloomer, President & CEO, CEPA. Find out what strategic challenges the sector was dealing with and how these challenges were turned into opportunities. What does the future look like and how are we seizing opportunities as we all work to recover from the pandemic.
September 9, 1-2 PM EST
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Speaker: Tim Egan President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Gas AssociationTimothy M. Egan became President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Gas Association in September 2010.
Prior to his appointment he was President of High Park Group (HPG), a public affairs consulting firm. He has an undergraduate degree in history from the University of Ottawa, and common and civil law degrees from McGill University. He was called to the Ontario bar in 1995.
Mr. Egan is publisher of the Energy Regulation Quarterly, and editor of the magazine Energy. He also serves as Canada’s representative on the International Gas Union (IGU), sitting on the Executive Committee and serving as North American Regional Coordinator.
He is married to Patricia (nee Armstrong) and they have five daughters.
Speaker: Chris Bloomer President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA)With more than 30 years of experience in the domestic and international energy business, Chris Bloomer leads the industry association that represents Canada’s transmission pipeline companies, which operate 134,000 kilometres of pipeline in Canada and the United States.
Prior to being appointed President and CEO of CEPA in 2015, Chris spent three years as CEO and Director at Connacher Oil and Gas Ltd. Chris has also held other senior executive roles across a range of domestic and international energy businesses, including Shell Canada, Petrobank Energy and Resources, Castle Energy, Talon Resources and Korn/Ferry.
Chris has a degree in Geoscience and is a member of The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).