is an associate and has three years' experience in advising on domestic and international oil and gas transactions and various regulatory matters. He has acted as junior counsel for the Government of Alberta in the National Energy Board's reconsideration of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada in BC's "Pipeline Reference", and acted as counsel to the Government of Alberta regarding its investment in the Keystone XL Pipeline. He has published articles in the Alberta Law Review, Energy Regulation Quarterly and the Annual Review of Insolvency Law. Brendan is a member of the Law Society of Alberta.
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