The Petroleum History Society
Lunch with speaker Brenda Kenney on Pipelines in Canada: Past, Present and Future
For seven years the president of the CEPA (Canadian Energy Pipeline Association), engineer and onetime NEB employee, Ms Kenney brings a lifetime of perspective to the story of pipelines. When she retired from CEPA in early 2016 she said that Canadians need to regain trust in industry.
Brenda Kenney is an adjunct professor in the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary. She serves on the Board of Governors for the University of Calgary, chairs that Board’s Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability Committee and sits on the Board of Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA, formerly CCEMC), an Alberta independent not-for-profit organization that invests in clean technology solutions. Brenda also serves on the Board of the Alberta Economic Development Authority (AEDA) to provide strategic advice on diversifying the economy and improving Alberta’s competitiveness. She is also a Canadian Academy of Engineering Fellow, a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors and has been active in a variety of boards and community groups including WaterSMART, the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, Sustainable Calgary and imagineCALGARY. Brenda holds a Doctorate in Resources and the Environment, a Masters of Mechanical Engineering, and a Bachelor of Applied Science.
RSVP by noon November 27. Details same as for above lunch.
$35 PHS Member or PHS Student Member
$40 Guest (most welcome)
Cash or cheque only at the door