Review Registration - Organization

This version of the registration was submitted prior to the Lobbying Transparency Act coming into force on May 4, 2020. Due to different information requirements at that time, the registration is presented in the following format.

Registration ID: 674447
Submitted by lobbyist on: August 29, 2017 02:19:44 PM
Accepted by Registrar on: August 29, 2017 02:50:55 PM

Designated Filer Information

McMillan, Tim  
2100, 350 - 7 Avenue S.W.  
Calgary, AB, T2P 3N9
403-267-1100
Canada  

Organization Information

Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers  
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) represents companies, large and small, that explore for, develop and produce natural gas and crude oil throughout Canada. CAPP's member companies produce about 80 per cent of Canada's natural gas and crude oil. CAPP's associate members provide a wide range of services that support the upstream crude oil and natural gas industry. Together CAPP's members and associate members are an important part of a national industry with revenues from crude oil and natural gas production of about $110 billion a year. CAPP's mission, on behalf of the Canadian upstream crude oil and natural gas industry, is to advocate for and enable economic competitiveness and safe, environmentally and socially responsible performance.
2100, 350 - 7 Avenue S.W.  
Calgary, AB, T2P 3N9
403-267-1143
Canada  

Relevant Affiliates

The client has no relevant affiliates.

Government or Government Agency Funding


The organization does not receive any funding from a government or government agency.

Other Controlling or Directing Interests

The organization has no other controlling or directing interests.

Active Registration Period

August 29, 2017  
February 28, 2018  

Organization's In-House Lobbyists

 



Name: Adams, Patricia
 
December 19, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Market access for natural gas and oil, including the five conditions for oil transport.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Gibson, Simon Abbotsford-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Ross, Ellis Skeena December 19, 2017
MLA Rustad, John Nechako Lakes December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Sultan, Ralph West Vancouver-Capilano December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries and to ensure the government follows through on the EITE and establish a greenhouse gas protocol for greenfield certification of upstream facilities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Gibson, Simon Abbotsford-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Ross, Ellis Skeena December 19, 2017
MLA Rustad, John Nechako Lakes December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Sultan, Ralph West Vancouver-Capilano December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017

Name: Barsky, Carol
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in BC. The workability of policy, legislation, regulation and management tools (voluntary and non-voluntary) regarding values identified under Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) s. 103 and 104 as well as the Environmental Protection and Management Regulation, Cumulative Effects Values Framework and other resource values (gravel) important to access. In particular, scope of these issues may include: land use plans at various scales (including conservation zones), species at risk (such as caribou recovery and action plan), old growth management areas, cumulative effects management (including Area Based Analysis (ABA)) and values frameworks, integrated resource decision-making, environmental mitigation and offsetting, qualified professionals and regulatory management of micro-seismic data. All subjects to be addressed with consideration of clarity, efficiency and fairness of policy framework, legislation/regulation and management tools for oil and gas sector as one of many regulated industries.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Bresee, Stephen
 
October 5, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Foster economic development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Market access for natural gas and oil. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Invest in targeted infrastructure, such as electricity transmission and pipelines. Maintain royalty credit programs and expand the scope to include other criteria beyond methane.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Seek clarity regarding the application of carbon tax to non-combusted natural gas emitted from pneumatic devices and pumps as a means to promote cost effective and meaningful Greenhouse Gas reductions. Consultation for development of land based spill response. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry. Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Seeking clarity on provincial targets and economic development policy objectives including carbon tax, benchmarking and technology funds; and promoting cooperation and collaboration between provincial and federal regulations. Workability and competitiveness regarding air policy. Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan which maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 5, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy October 5, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission October 5, 2017

Name: Clarke, Linda
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Policy and regulation work focused on emergency management and security management. Energy operation practices and operator qualifications - overview includes the responsibility for boilers, pressure vessels and refrigeration; electrical technologies; gas technologies; and/or evaluating devices. Occupational health and safety issues in the energy sector. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding the new Natural Resource Road Regulation. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding changes to the Drilling and Production Regulations. Consultation and advocacy related to providing views to the Government of B.C. on federal legalization of marijuana, including ensuring safeguards for workplace implications and occupational health and safety issues.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Attorney General August 29, 2017
Public Agency British Columbia Safety Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017
Public Agency Transportation and Infrastructure August 29, 2017
Public Agency WorkSafeBC August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Consultation for development of land based spill response. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Transportation

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Transportation issues (including the permit process) in the energy sector.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Transportation and Infrastructure August 29, 2017

Name: Coonfer, Lee
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Market access for natural gas and oil, including the five conditions for oil transport.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017

Name: Ermisch, Markus
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Consultation for development of land based spill response. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Fedoruk, Claudette
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Policy and regulation work focused on emergency management and security management. Energy operation practices and operator qualifications - overview includes the responsibility for boilers, pressure vessels and refrigeration; electrical technologies; gas technologies; and/or evaluating devices. Occupational health and safety issues in the energy sector. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding changes to the Drilling and Production Regulations.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency British Columbia Safety Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017
Public Agency WorkSafeBC August 29, 2017

Transportation

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Transportation issues (including the permit process) in the energy sector.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Transportation and Infrastructure August 29, 2017

Name: Gaulin, Jeff
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Natural gas related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of economic policy and environmental policy for the production of natural gas, including natural gas from shale; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export as well as domestic markets. Oil Sands related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of environmental policy for the production of oil from the oil sands; oil spill response and recovery policy; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export markets.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Herald, Brad
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Clarity, consistency and enhanced quality for Aboriginal consultation with respect to the upstream oil and gas industry and seeking consistent approaches throughout the full natural gas value chain. Advocate for government support of the Oil and Gas Commission First Nations Monitor (Liaison) Program. Foster economic development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Staff of Minister Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Staff of Minister Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Minister Fraser, Scott Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Economic Development and Trade

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Enable major projects in B.C. such as LNG development. Increasing access to skilled trades people through training, immigration, migration and other related opportunities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Discuss west coast access for oil and gas and maintaining competitive, regulator process, environmental policy and fiscal frameworks. Discuss developing improved eastern access for gas and maintaining a competitive framework. Competitive framework for development and end uses of oil and natural gas in regard to energy policy. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding the implementation of Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) regulations. Support initiative and policies to promote skilled labour training. To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in B.C. New monetizing the tenure system to reflect unconventional resource development. Regulatory initiatives through the New West Partnership; landowner and community initiatives. Occupational Health and Safety issues in the energy sector. Induced seismicity, including scientifically based, clear information and communications and coordination of approach. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Advocating for better alignment of the timing and availability of transmission and power. Asking for certainty regarding policy changes that may impact rates and tariffs for large industrial customers. Natural gas related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of economic policy and environmental policy for the production of natural gas, including natural gas from shale; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export as well as domestic markets. Oil Sands related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of environmental policy for the production of oil from the oil sands; oil spill response and recovery policy; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export markets. Clarity and efficiency of Regulations surrounding suspension, abandonment, reclamation and remediation, and well closure in general. Harmonization of liability management in Alberta, Saskatchewan and B.C. Consultation and advocacy related to providing views to the Government of B.C. on federal legalization of marijuana, including ensuring safeguards for workplace implications and occupational health and safety issues.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agricultural Land Commission August 29, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture August 29, 2017
Public Agency Attorney General August 29, 2017
Public Agency British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017
Public Agency Transportation and Infrastructure August 29, 2017
Public Agency WorkSafeBC August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Workability and competitiveness regarding land access and endangered species policy. Consultation on improvements to wildlife management policy (inducing Caribou plans, policy and management). Consultation for development of land based spill response. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry Water Sustainability Act; consultation for the development of ground water management which establishes a regime that enables responsible use of the non-saline and saline resources. Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions including policy and use of offsets. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries. Undertake work to enable market access for oil and natural gas associated to the marine environment and as may be interconnected with various levels of government.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Staff of Minister Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 25, 2017
Minister Mungall, Michelle Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 25, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Finances and Budgets

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

EMNG/CAPP Royalty Incentive Working Group - Deep Gas Royalty Incentive Program: To discuss opportunities/proposed changes for modifying the eligibility criteria for existing incentive programs. Competitive tax and revenue framework for oil and gas development in regard to fiscal policy. Competitiveness and practicality regarding corporate income tax and HST/PST regulations. Promote the establishment of a new LNG export industry in BC which is globally competitiveness through the establishment of an open, transparent and common fiscal policy framework. Advocate for the use of a common analytical framework to understand competiveness through an integrated value chain lens.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017

Name: Hillier, Wayne
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Seeking clarity on provincial targets and economic development policy objectives including carbon tax, benchmarking and technology funds; and promoting cooperation and collaboration between provincial and federal regulations. Workability and competitiveness regarding air policy.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Hume, David
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

MNGD/CAPP Royalty Working Group: To discuss opportunities to review the royalty programs for drilling unconventional oil. Competitive tax and revenue framework for oil and gas development in regard to fiscal policy. Review of the BC Infrastructure Royalty Credit Program. Development of policy related to upstream oil and gas operation, carbon policy and energy policy.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan which maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017

Finances and Budgets

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Promote the establishment of a new LNG export industry in BC which is globally competitiveness through the establishment of an open, transparent and common fiscal policy framework.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017

Name: Loh, Salima
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Seeking clarity on provincial targets and economic development policy objectives including carbon tax, benchmarking and technology funds; and promoting cooperation and collaboration between provincial and federal regulations. Workability and competitiveness regarding air policy.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Martens, Robert
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: November 17, 2017

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Workability and competitiveness of all water-related policies, legislation, regulations and strategies that currently exist or are under development, including: Water Sustainability Act regulations (including but not limited to the application and implementation of the Dam Safety Regulation); Oil and Gas Activities Act regulations; and Northeast BC Water Strategy. Support development of risk-based requirements relating to groundwater monitoring, and produced water/flowback reuse, storage, transport and management options. Clarity and practicality of management tools relating to groundwater, surface water and hydraulic fracturing fluids. Clarity and efficiency of Regulations surrounding suspension, abandonment, reclamation and remediation, and well closure in general. Harmonization of liability management in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: McDonald, Patrick
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Foster economic development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Market access for natural gas and oil. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Invest in targeted infrastructure, such as electricity transmission and pipelines. Maintain royalty credit programs and expand the scope to include other criteria beyond methane.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Seek clarity regarding the application of carbon tax to non-combusted natural gas emitted from pneumatic devices and pumps as a means to promote cost effective and meaningful Greenhouse Gas reductions. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry. Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Seeking clarity on provincial targets and economic development policy objectives including carbon tax, benchmarking and technology funds; and promoting cooperation and collaboration between provincial and federal regulations. Workability and competitiveness regarding air policy. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: McGuigan, Brian
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Clarity, consistency and enhanced quality for Indigenous policy and consultation with respect to the upstream oil and gas industry and seeking consistent approaches throughout the full oil and gas value chain.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: McMillan, Tim
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Clarity, consistency and enhanced quality for Indigenous policy and consultation with respect to the upstream oil and gas industry and seeking consistent approaches throughout the full oil and gas value chain.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Staff of Minister Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Staff of Minister Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Minister Fraser, Scott Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017

Economic Development and Trade

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Enable major projects in B.C. such as LNG development. Increasing access to skilled trades people through training, immigration, migration and other related opportunities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in B.C. West coast access for oil and gas and maintaining competitive, regulator process, environmental policy and fiscal frameworks. Development of competitive oil and gas policy and its efficient implementation. Ensure clear and predictable policies and regulations. A forum for inter- and intra-agency and department discussion to promote coordination of issues, programs and requirements, as well as to resolve issues of regulatory and policy overlap, including a common regulatory approach across provinces for Lifecycle Asset Management Programs. Regulatory improvements in process and timelines to drive efficiency and expediency. Implementation of short term regulatory measures to mitigate unforeseen market signals resulting from the Redwater decision. Advance the environmental performance, economic growth and energy security and reliability. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Advocating for better alignment of the timing and availability of transmission and power. Asking for certainty regarding policy changes that may impact rates and tariffs for large industrial customers. Implementation of programs and policies that will help regulators assist in enhancing public confidence.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Consultation for development of land based spill response. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry. Consultation on improvements to wildlife management policy (inducing Caribou plans, policy and management). Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry Water Sustainability Act; consultation for the development of ground water management which establishes a regime that enables responsible use of the non-saline and saline resources. Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan which maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions including offsets and offset policy. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017

Finances and Budgets

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

EMNG/CAPP Royalty Incentive Working Group - Deep Gas Royalty Incentive Program: To discuss opportunities/proposed changes for modifying the eligibility criteria for existing incentive programs. Competitive tax and revenue framework for oil and gas development in regard to fiscal policy. Competitiveness and practicality regarding corporate income tax and HST/PST regulations. EMNG/CAPP Royalty Incentive Working Group ¿ Royalty Incentive Program: To discuss opportunities/proposed changes for modifying incentives for drilling unconventional oil. Competitive tax and revenue framework for oil and gas development in regard to fiscal policy. Promote the establishment of a new LNG export industry in BC which is globally competitiveness through the establishment of an open, transparent and common fiscal policy framework. Advocate for the use of a common analytical framework to understand competiveness through an integrated value chain lens.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017

Name: Montgomery, Chris
 
December 19, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Foster economic development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Market access for natural gas and oil. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Invest in targeted infrastructure, such as electricity transmission and pipelines. Maintain royalty credit programs and expand the scope to include other criteria beyond methane.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Gibson, Simon Abbotsford-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Rustad, John Nechako Lakes December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Sultan, Ralph West Vancouver-Capilano December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries and ensure the government follows through on EITE and establish a greenhouse gas protocol for greenfield certification of upstream facilities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Gibson, Simon Abbotsford-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Ross, Ellis Skeena December 19, 2017
MLA Rustad, John Nechako Lakes December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Sultan, Ralph West Vancouver-Capilano December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Name: Morrison, Geoff
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Clarity, consistency and enhanced quality for Aboriginal consultation with respect to the upstream oil and gas industry and seeking consistent approaches throughout the full natural gas value chain. Advocate for government support of the Oil and Gas Commission First Nations Monitor (Liaison) Program. Foster development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Staff of Minister Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Staff of Minister Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Minister Fraser, Scott Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation October 5, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Economic Development and Trade

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Enable major projects in B.C. such as LNG development. Increasing access to skilled trades people through training, immigration, migration and other related opportunities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Reviewing the Industrial Electrical policy, including rates, to ensure common treatment of policy for all industry users. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Advocating for better alignment of the timing and availability of transmission and power. Ask for certainty regarding policy changes that may impact rates and tariffs for large industrial customers. Seek clarity regarding the application of carbon tax to non-combusted natural gas emitted from pneumatic devices and pumps as a means to promote cost effective and meaningful Greenhouse Gas reductions. Discuss west coast access for oil and gas and maintaining competitive, regulator process, environmental policy and fiscal frameworks. Discuss developing improved eastern access for gas and maintaining a competitive framework. Competitive framework for development and end uses of oil and natural gas in regard to energy policy, including regulations pertaining to hydraulic fracturing, the environmental assessment process and the Agricultural Land Commission and their process. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding the implementation of Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) regulations. Support initiative and policies to promote skilled labour training. To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in B.C. New monetizing the tenure system to reflect unconventional resource development. Induced seismicity, including scientifically based, clear information and communications and coordination of approach. Natural gas related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of economic policy and environmental policy for the production of natural gas, including natural gas from shale; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export as well as domestic markets. Oil Sands related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of environmental policy for the production of oil from the oil sands; oil spill response and recovery policy; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export markets. Clarity and efficiency of Regulations surrounding suspension, abandonment, reclamation and remediation, and well closure in general. Harmonization of liability management in Alberta, Saskatchewan and B.C.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agricultural Land Commission August 29, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture August 29, 2017
Public Agency British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Consultation for development of land based spill response. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry. Consultation on improvements to wildlife management policy (inducing Caribou plans, policy and management). Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry Water Sustainability Act (including but not limited to the application and implementation of the Dam Safety Regulation); consultation for the development of ground water management which establishes a regime that enables responsible use of the non-saline and saline resources Water Sustainability Act regulations. Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan which maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions including offsets and offset policy. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries and development of EITE policies and ensure the government follows through on EITE and establish a greenhouse gas protocol for greenfield certification of upstream facilities. Undertake work to enable market access for oil and natural gas associated to the marine environment and as may be interconnected with various levels of government.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Staff of Minister Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 25, 2017
Staff of Minister Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy October 5, 2017
Staff of Minister Minister of Finance November 23, 2017
Minister Heyman, George Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy October 5, 2017
Minister Mungall, Michelle Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 25, 2017
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Gibson, Simon Abbotsford-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Ross, Ellis Skeena December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Sultan, Ralph West Vancouver-Capilano December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Jobs, Trade and Technology August 29, 2017
Public Agency Office of the Premier August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Finances and Budgets

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

EMNG/CAPP Royalty Incentive Working Group - Deep Gas Royalty Incentive Program: To discuss opportunities/proposed changes for modifying the eligibility criteria for existing incentive programs. EMNG/CAPP Royalty Incentive Working Group ¿ Royalty Incentive Program: To discuss opportunities/proposed changes for modifying incentives for drilling unconventional oil. Competitive tax and revenue framework for oil and gas development in regard to fiscal policy. Promote the establishment of a new LNG export industry in BC which is globally competitiveness through the establishment of an open, transparent and common fiscal policy framework. Advocate for the use of a common analytical framework to understand competiveness through an integrated value chain lens.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017

Name: Mueller, Stuart
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Natural gas related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of economic policy for the production of natural gas, including natural gas from shale; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export as well as domestic markets.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017

Name: Ody, Giles
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

New monetizing the tenure system to reflect unconventional resource development. Induced seismicity, including scientifically based, clear information and communications and coordination of approach.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Peachey, Erin
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: January 26, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Competitive framework for development and end uses of oil and natural gas in regard to energy policy, including regulations pertaining to hydraulic fracturing. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding the implementation of Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) regulations. Support initiative and policies to promote skilled labour training. To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in B.C. New monetizing the tenure system to reflect unconventional resource development. Induced seismicity, including scientifically based, clear information and communications and coordination of approach. Clarity and efficiency of Regulations surrounding suspension, abandonment, reclamation and remediation, and well closure in general. Harmonization of liability management in Alberta, Saskatchewan and B.C.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Seeking clarity on provincial targets and economic development policy objectives including carbon tax, benchmarking and technology funds; and promoting cooperation and collaboration between provincial and federal regulations. Workability and competitiveness regarding air policy. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry Water Sustainability Act (including but not limited to the application and implementation of the Dam Safety Regulation).

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Pinney, Mark
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Advocating for better alignment of the timing and availability of transmission and power. Asking for certainty regarding policy changes that may impact rates and tariffs for large industrial customers.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Schultz, Nick
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Natural gas related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of economic policy and environmental policy for the production of natural gas, including natural gas from shale; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export as well as domestic markets. Oil Sands related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of environmental policy for the production of oil from the oil sands; oil spill response and recovery policy; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export markets.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017

Name: Sian, Sherry
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Foster economic development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in BC. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding the implementation of Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) regulations and the new Natural Resource Road Regulation. Competitive framework for development and end uses of oil and natural gas in regard to carbon and energy policy, including regulations pertaining to the environmental assessment process. Market access for natural gas and oil. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Invest in targeted infrastructure, such as electricity transmission and pipelines. Maintain royalty credit programs and expand the scope to include other criteria beyond methane.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Rustad, John Nechako Lakes December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Ensure workability, clarity, competitiveness and fairness of policy, legislation, regulation and management tools (voluntary and non-voluntary) for the following: values identified under Oil and Gas Activities Act (s. 103 and 104), the Environmental Protection and Management Regulation, the Water Sustainability Act, the NE Water Strategy, the CE Values Framework, the Environmental Stewardship Initiative, the Climate Action Plan, air policy, as well as other resource values (gravel) important to access. In particular, the scope of initiative includes matters such as land use plans, special management areas, or conservation zones, species at risk, old growth management areas, area-based analysis, cumulative effects pilot projects, integrated resource decision-making, environmental mitigation and offsetting, cumulative effects assessment, regional strategic environmental assessment, taxation for fugitive emissions, and professional reliance. All subjects to be addressed with consideration of clarity, efficiency and fairness of policy framework, legislation/regulation and management tools for oil and gas sector as one of many regulated industries. Promote proposals that maintain a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively managing to meet policy outcomes. Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries and ensure the government follows through on EITE and establish a greenhouse gas protocol for greenfield certification of upstream facilities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Staff of Minister Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 25, 2017
Minister Mungall, Michelle Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources October 25, 2017
MLA Barnett, Donna Cariboo-Chilcotin December 19, 2017
MLA Bond, Shirley Prince George-Valemount December 19, 2017
MLA Clovechok, Doug Columbia River-Revelstoke December 19, 2017
MLA Davies, Dan Peace River North December 19, 2017
MLA Gibson, Simon Abbotsford-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Isaacs, Joan Coquitlam-Burke Mountain December 19, 2017
MLA Johal, Jas Richmond-Queensborough December 19, 2017
MLA Letnick, Norm Kelowna-Lake Country December 19, 2017
MLA Morris, Mike Prince George-Mackenzie December 19, 2017
MLA Oakes, Coralee Cariboo North December 19, 2017
MLA Polak, Mary Langley December 19, 2017
MLA Ross, Ellis Skeena December 19, 2017
MLA Rustad, John Nechako Lakes December 19, 2017
MLA Shypitka, Tom Kootenay East December 19, 2017
MLA Sultan, Ralph West Vancouver-Capilano December 19, 2017
MLA Tegart, Jackie Fraser-Nicola December 19, 2017
MLA Thomson, Steve Kelowna-Mission December 19, 2017
MLA Thornthwaite, Jane North Vancouver-Seymour December 19, 2017
MLA Wat, Teresa Richmond North Centre December 19, 2017
MLA Wilkinson, Andrew Vancouver-Quilchena December 19, 2017
MLA Yap, John Richmond-Steveston December 19, 2017
Public Agency Agriculture August 29, 2017
Public Agency British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development August 29, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Name: Stringham, Jonathan
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Aboriginal Affairs

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Foster economic development opportunities with Indigenous partners and communities.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Market access for natural gas and oil. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify. Invest in targeted infrastructure, such as electricity transmission and pipelines. Maintain royalty credit programs and expand the scope to include other criteria beyond methane.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources December 19, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy December 19, 2017
Public Agency Finance December 19, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Upstream competitiveness in comparison to other producing jurisdictions and the meaning of Energy Intensive Trade Exposed (EITE) industries.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Agriculture December 19, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Finance August 29, 2017
Public Agency Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development December 19, 2017
Public Agency Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation December 19, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission December 19, 2017

Name: Wong, Richard
 
August 29, 2017  
Inactivation Date: March 1, 2018

BC Public Office Background

This individual has not held any public office positions in BC.

Lobbying Activities

Energy

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Introduction, modification or repeal of legislation, a bill or regulation

Reviewing the Industrial Electrical policy, including rates, to ensure common treatment of policy for all industry users. Promoting electrification of the upstream natural gas industry including the development of a fiscal support framework to reduce economic risk and incent operators to electrify including Greenhouse Gas offset and offset policy. Advocating for better alignment of the timing and availability of transmission and power. Ask for certainty regarding policy changes that may impact rates and tariffs for large industrial customers. Clarity, efficiency and practicality regarding the implementation of Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) regulations. To discuss competitiveness of energy policy and environmental policy in B.C. Induced seismicity, including scientifically based, clear information and communications and coordination of approach. Natural gas related to the development and implementation of programs for communications and public outreach; the development of economic policy and environmental policy for the production of natural gas, including natural gas from shale; and policies that support innovation and technology as well as access to export as well as domestic markets. Clarity and efficiency of Regulations surrounding suspension, abandonment, reclamation and remediation, and well closure in general. Harmonization of liability management in Alberta, Saskatchewan and B.C.

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority August 29, 2017
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017

Environment

Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy or decision

Promote proposals related to the Climate Action Plan that maintains a vibrant and competitive oil and natural gas sector while efficiently and effectively manages Greenhouse Gas emissions. Seeking clarity on provincial targets and economic development policy objectives including carbon tax, benchmarking and technology funds; and promoting cooperation and collaboration between provincial and federal regulations. Workability and competitiveness regarding air policy. Workability and competitiveness of policies and regulations that apply to the oil and gas industry Water Sustainability Act (including but not limited to the application and implementation of the Dam Safety Regulation).

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources August 29, 2017
Public Agency Environment and Climate Change Strategy August 29, 2017
Public Agency Oil and Gas Commission August 29, 2017