Director, Technology and Information Services, Liquids Pipelines Business Unit

Laura has a passion for redesigning how we live in this juncture in Alberta’s history: A time when plentiful fossil fuels, the lifeblood of our economy, are creating uneasiness about our future’s health and wealth. Laura’s sense of co-responsibility draws her to the tough conversations about energy transitions as we navigate this unfamiliar territory. As a Director, Technology and Information Services at Enbridge, her team’s purpose is to effectively and efficiently reduce risk and unleash value using technology and information amidst shifting environmental and political contexts. She has over 20 years of experience in steel, construction, and pipelines and has lived in hubs of natural resources including Alberta, northern Ontario, and Oklahoma. She studied Environmental Resource Management, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering and Technology Management, but considers LIFE to be the ultimate teacher.


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