Director (Low Carbon Development), Enbridge
Adam Chalkley joined Enbridge in January 2020 and is the Director of Low Carbon Development for Enbridge’s liquids pipelines business unit.
He is responsible for the development of low-carbon business opportunities across the CO2 and hydrogen value chains, spanning Enbridge’s liquids pipeline footprint, from Alberta to the U.S. Gulf Coast, including the recently announced Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub.
To be located west of Edmonton, the Wabamun Carbon Hub has the potential to double Canada’s captured and permanently stored CO2 with phased in-service dates starting as early as 2026. The Wabamun Hub represents a unique collaboration among a broad range of industries, including downstream oil and gas, power generation and cement manufacturing, as well as local Indigenous groups who will co-own the transportation and sequestration infrastructure.
Prior to joining Enbridge, Adam was the founder and owner of an energy services company servicing Western Canada. He also worked in various strategic and operational roles at Flint Energy Services, including President of Flint’s specialized transportation division – ENTREC Transportation Services – and Vice President of Strategy and Development of Flint’s maintenance services division – FT Services.
Adam began his career as a lawyer with Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP in Calgary, Alberta. Adam holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Master of Business Administration degree (specialization in Natural Resources and Energy) and a Bachelor of Laws degree all from the University of Alberta.