Climate Collaboration in Alberta - Climate, Collaboration on Methane and the Encouragement of Albertan Technological Innovation
Mark Taylor, Sr. Vice President Climate Policy Assurance (CPAT)/Closure & Liability, Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)
As the regulator for energy development in Alberta, the AER is increasingly working to develop and implement a collaborative regulatory framework.
Join us for an update on their initiatives to encourage Alberta's drive for Innovation in Energy with Mark Taylor Executive Vice President Operations Division and Climate Policy Assurance -Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).
Mark Taylor has 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in Mechanical Engineering and has worked in field and office roles for various companies throughout his career. Those companies include Amoco/BP, Alberta Energy Company (AEC)/Encana, Sinopec Daylight and Mosaic Energy. Over the past 20 years Mark has lead teams responsible for developing unconventional oil and gas assets in Western Canada. These assets include the Horseshoe Canyon CBM, Horn River shale, Montney gas and Cardium oil. Mark has served on the Board of Directors at CSUR (Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources), and as the chair of both the Stakeholder Engagement Committee and the Regulatory Committee. Mark has been engaged first hand with stakeholders in developing strategies that allow for the appropriate and continued development of Western Canadaâ€™s resource plays.
Collaboration, Innovation, & Risk Informed Decision Making