Deputy Minister, Alberta Climate Change Office at Government of Alberta
About Eric Denhoff
Eric Denhoff was appointed Deputy Minister of the Alberta Climate Change Office in September 2016. He was previously involved in leading mediation for the Government of Alberta on land use issues. Mr. Denhoff is the former President and CEO of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, a national clean energy association.
He has served as Chief Negotiator on Aboriginal negotiations for LNG pipelines for TransCanada Pipelines, as Chief Negotiator for BC Hydro, as Chief Federal Treaty Negotiator for the Government of Canada and served as a Deputy Minister in several portfolios in the Government of British Columbia. He was born and raised in Saskatchewan and worked for nearly a decade in Alberta. He has significant public and private sector experience in negotiation, financial and human resource management, international trade, natural resources and Aboriginal relations.
With Canada striving to meet its climate change commitments, Alberta is in a unique and challenging position as Canada’s largest producer of oil and gas. Join Eric Denhoff, Deputy Minister of Alberta’s Climate Change Office, in a discussion of the key challenges and opportunities facing the province and its energy industry, as well as Alberta’s […]