is an associate in Dentons’ energy regulation group in Calgary. He is developing a practice in the areas of energy regulation, environmental and aboriginal law, with particular expertise in the power sector. Dan has assisted senior legal counsel with facility and tolling applications before the National Energy Board, facility application hearings before the Alberta Utilities Commission and hearings before the Alberta Surface Rights Board. He has also assisted with providing advice to clients concerning compliance with federal and provincial air pollution control and water management obligations. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering, specialising in energy conversion, from the University of New Brunswick. Prior to entering the legal profession, Dan worked for a leading engineering consulting firm, focusing on air pollution control, regulatory compliance and gaining project management experience.
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