Pembina Makes Key Management Changes

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Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced several management changes. As previously disclosed in September 2013, Peter Robertson, Pembina’s chief financial officer (CFO), plans to retire at the end of 2014 after 30 years of service with the company. Pembina announced that Scott Burrows, Pembina’s current vice president (VP) of Capital Markets, will succeed Robertson as VP, Finance and CFO effective January 1, 2015.
  Robertson joined Pembina in 1985 and has held the position of CFO since January 2000.
  As CFO, Burrows will oversee the company’s financial operations, investor relations, treasury, tax, corporate planning, corporate development and capital market financings. He has significant experience in the energy industry and has provided leadership in the areas of investor relations, strategic development and planning, acquisitions and divestitures and public and private financings. Burrows joined Pembina in 2010 and prior to Pembina spent several years in energy focused investment banking.
  In addition to Burrows’ appointment, Pembina is announcing the following changes to its Executive team, effective October 15, 2014:
  Mike Hantzsch, Pembina’s VP of Oil Sands & Heavy Oil will be retiring effective December 31, 2014 and as such, will stay on as executive advisor until his departure. Andy Gruzsecki, currently Pembina’s VP, Business Development, will succeed Hantzsch.
  Eric Dyck will take on the role of VP, Marine Terminals as the company transitions this project from a business development opportunity and into a consultation and construction project.
  Brad Smith will join Pembina’s executive team as its VP, Operating Services. Smith joined Pembina in 2004 and has been involved in the planning related to its pipeline systems expansions.