Life after Keystone - where do we go from here? The Executive Order from the Biden Administration has put a large gap in the Alberta Government's energy growth plan. What are some potential next steps that the government do to help facilitate the long-term growth of the Alberta economy? Dennis McConaghy shares his insights based on his time as an energy executive and pipeline expert.
April 7, 2021 | Virtual


Dennis McConaghy has 30 years of experience in the Canadian energy industry in prominent commercial executive positions that included the commercial development of the Keystone XL pipeline systems within TransCanada Pipelines from its conception in 2006 to the finalization of commercial agreements in 2008.  He is currently a visiting fellow at the public policy and energy studies schools at the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario and an adjunct fellow at the Niskanen Center, a DC-based think tank focused on carbon and energy policy. Recently Dennis published a book, “Dysfunction – Canada after Keystone XL”, analyzing the Keystone XL experience and its implications for Canada. As well, he continues to be an active commentator on current energy and carbon policy issues.