Loyola G. Keough
Loyola G. Keough
Partner at Bennett Jones LLP
(403) 298-3429
(403) 265-7219
855 2nd St SW, Suite 4500, Bankers Hall E, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 1982 (ON); 1991 (AB); 1994 (NT)
Loyola Keough acts for utility companies, pipelines and project developers, industry associations, gas buyers, producers and banks. He has particular experience in oil, gas, electricity, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) matters. He appears before the National Energy Board (NEB), the Alberta Utilities Commission and the Alberta Energy Regulator (formerly, the Energy Resources Conservation Board) as well as the British Columbia Utilities Commission and the public utilities boards of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Loyola also represents clients before a variety of other government bodies and agencies as part of project development work. He acted as counsel to the NEB and also spent several years with the Federal Department of Energy, Mines and Resources. Loyola speaks on the subject of procedures, approvals and necessary applications involved in exporting gas to the U.S. and on recent legislative and regulatory developments in the oil, gas and electricity fields. He is an appointed director of WBI Canadian Pipeline, Ltd. and Nytis Exploration.
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