'Enbridge will continue to be an iconic Canadian company, and increasingly so an iconic North American company. I think that's in everybody's best interest'
Submitted by Enbridge Inc.
By Chris Varcoe
The incoming CEO of Enbridge sees a bright future for LNG, a growing role for renewables and a promising opportunity for carbon capture developments as the energy transition gains speed.
And Greg Ebel, who will take over from longtime CEO Al Monaco in January, sees Calgary remaining the company’s headquarters as it continues to expand, even while its footprint grows on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border and he operates mainly out of Enbridge’s offices in Houston.
The Ottawa-born energy executive, who once worked for former deputy prime minister Don Mazankowski in the Mulroney government, indicated the pipeline giant is rooted in Canada.
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