855 2nd St SW, Suite 3500, Bankers Hall, East Twr, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 2005 (AB)
Ms. Oleniuk’s practice focuses on project-related issues concerning natural resource development with a specialization in regulatory, environmental and Indigenous law issues. She acts for a variety of companies in environmental assessments and regulatory proceedings to obtain approvals for major developments in the oil & gas, pipeline, mining, natural-gas processing, petrochemical, electricity transmission, hydro, solar and wind sectors. Terri-Lee also represents clients in front of administrative tribunals in related matters such as tolls and tariffs, regulatory investigations, and inquiries. She frequently advises clients on a variety of agreements with Indigenous groups and negotiates impact benefit agreements. In addition, she provides strategic advice regarding ESG matters. She has appeared before the Canada Energy Regulator, the Alberta Energy Regulator, Utilities Commission, Natural Resources Conservation Board, and Land and Property Rights Tribunal, the British Columbia Utilities Commission, the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board, the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board and Federal-Provincial Joint Review Panels in respect of environmental assessment proceedings. She has also appeared before the Court of Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal of Alberta.
On October 25, 2018, AltaGas Canada Inc. (“ACI”) completed an initial public offering of its common shares. In connection with the initial public offering, ACI issued 16.5 million common shares at a price per share of $14.50 for gross proceeds of approximately $239 million, and the common shares began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “ACI.”
On August 31, 2018, the Government of Canada indirectly acquired the Trans Mountain Pipeline system and the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP), through Trans Mountain Corp. (a subsidiary of the Canada Development Investment Corp. (CDEV)) from a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. (KML) for cash consideration of $4.5 billion.