Peter D. Feldberg
Peter D. Feldberg
Firm Managing Partner at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
(403) 261-5364
(403) 261-5351
350 7th Ave SW, Suite 3400, First Canadian Ctr, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 1984 (BC); 1996 (AB)
Peter Feldberg is Fasken’s Managing Partner. He is responsible for the firm's strategic direction, management and client service. He is also a member of Fasken's Partnership Board. As an energy regulatory lawyer, he has helped clients to develop and gain approvals for some of the largest energy infrastructure projects in western Canada. Peter works closely with the Partnership Board and the Management Team to develop and implement the programs that are necessary to provide excellent, practical and cost effective legal services and to make Fasken a great place to work. Peter's responsibilities encompass client service and all aspects of firm-wide management and operations. In addition to his management duties, Peter is an energy regulatory lawyer who assists Fasken's clients through approval processes for energy projects, navigating through the disparate interests of governments, Indigenous people, and other concerned parties. His projects have included major hydroelectric projects, and much of the electricity transmission system in Alberta. He has had extensive experience with Canada/US electricity trade. He has appeared at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and has led numerous hearings for applicants before utilities commissions and other tribunals.
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SNC-Lavalin announced that it had reached financial close on the sale of its 100-per cent interest in AltaLink, Alberta's largest regulated energy transmission company, to Berkshire Hathaway Energy (Berkshire). This follows the receipt of regulatory approvals from the Alberta Utilities Commission and approvals pursuant to the Competition Act and Investment Canada Act. Based on the terms of the agreement, the transaction values AltaLink at approximately $7.2 billion and will result in gross proceeds to SNC-Lavalin of approximately $3.1 billion.