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Faculté de droit

Université de l'Alberta

Admission au barreau

Alberta, 1993
Ontario, 2012

Disponible en Anglais seulement 

Gord Nettleton leads our National Energy Regulatory Practice and is based in Toronto and Calgary. He specializes in energy regulatory, aboriginal, environmental and business law matters and has significant experience in the facility and economic regulation of electricity, oil and gas generation, transmission and distribution utilities, electricity markets, and liquefied natural gas projects and pipeline industries. He appears regularly before the Canadian Energy Regulator, and provincial regulatory tribunals including the Ontario Energy Board, the Alberta Utilities Commission and other provincial energy regulators including the Alberta Energy Regulator, the British Columbia Utilities Commission and the New Brunswick Energy Utilities Board.

Gord’s clients have included both applicant utilities and interveners who ship and transmit electricity and oil and gas on utility and non-utility regulated infrastructures. He regularly acts for Hydro One Networks Inc., Canada’s largest transmission and distribution utilities, in respect of major facility expansion approvals as well as rate regulated matters. 

Gord’s professional background has included senior in-house regulatory counsel positions as well as secondments to Canada’s federal energy regulator.

Gord is also a former Board Member of the Canadian Energy Law Foundation. He has regularly addressed various industry sectors as a speaker, author and panelist, including the CELF’s annual conference, CAMPUT, and the Canadian Petroleum Institute’s International Program for Energy Sector Executives. Topics he has addressed include: wildfire impacts on utility developments, COVID cost impacts on utilities, recent regulatory developments affecting the oil and gas industry, the emerging Canadian LNG industry, aboriginal issues, as well as other industry conferences on oil sands development approvals, arctic pipeline developments and regulatory issues facing shale gas developments in Quebec. Gord’s continuing interests include the restructuring of the Alberta electricity market and energy transition and climate change issues facing Ontario’s electricity and natural gas sectors.