This event is intended for all individuals who'd like to learn more about the outcomes from COP26.
Shauna Mason, Director, ESG, CAS Corporate Governance Service (Moderator)
Shauna Mason has 18 years experience within mining, energy, utility & infrastructure, real-estate, food manufacturing, and finance industries. Shauna’s area of expertise includes Environment, Social & Governance (“ESG”) reporting and strategies, corporate communications, investor relations, and corporate governance. Shauna currently works at CAS Corporate Governance Service and GreenWorks Environmental Partnership as the Director of ESG. Prior to joining CAS, Shauna consulted for several companies, including Deloitte, TC Energy, and Nextech AR. From 2009 to 2020 Shauna was the Manager Corporate Affairs at Bellatrix Exploration Ltd. Prior thereto, I was the Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility at Artumas Group Inc. Shauna holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Queen’s University and an Honours Bachelor of Commerce (HBCOM) degree from McMaster University. Shauna currently is a Director for; Altama Foundation, Energy for All, the Canadian Governance Institute of Canada and the Canadian Investor Relations Institute.
Tim McMillan, CAPP President & CEO
Tim McMillan was appointed President of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) on October 1, 2014. The Saskatchewan native is responsible for leading activities in education and communications as well as policy and regulatory advocacy on behalf of CAPP member companies, which represent over 90 per cent of Canada’s upstream oil and gas production.
Tim grew up on a family farm near Lloydminster, where the McMillan family first homesteaded more than a century ago. After earning an economics degree from the University of Victoria, he traveled and worked overseas as an Information Technology professional. He later returned to the family farm and founded and operated an oilfield services company. His solid understanding of the oil and gas industry from both a business and landowner perspective, coupled with his background in economics, propelled his desire to seek a seat within the Saskatchewan Legislature.
In 2007, Tim was elected as a Saskatchewan Party MLA in the riding of Lloydminster. From 2010 until his appointment as President of CAPP, Tim held several strategic cabinet portfolios in the Government of Saskatchewan, including minister of energy and resources and minister of rural health.
Tim recently moved to Calgary where he lives with his wife and their two daughters.
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