Shawn Denstedt, Q.C.
Recognized in:Aboriginal LawEnergy Law...
Location:TransCanada Tower, Suite 2500450 First Street, SWCalgary, AB T2P 5H1
- Alberta, Law Society of Alberta
- Ontario, The Law Society of Upper Canada
- Canadian Bar Association - Member
- Law Society of Alberta - Member
- Law Society of Upper Canada - Member
Named "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers for:
- Aboriginal Law, Calgary (2018)
- Environmental Law, Calgary (2016)
- Environmental Law, Calgary (2014)
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada for work in:
- Aboriginal Law
- Energy Law
- Energy Regulatory Law
- Environmental Law
- Natural Resources Law
- Oil & Gas Law
- Named Queen’s Counsel
- Canadian Who’s Who : Contribution to the field of Environmental Law
- Who’s Who Legal : Environment; Oil and Gas
- Who's Who Legal : The International Who's Who of Energy Lawyers
- Lexpert Special Edition: Canada’s Leading Energy Lawyers
- Lexpert Special Edition: Canada’s Leading Corporate Lawyers
- The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory : Aboriginal Law; Environmental Law (most frequently recommended); Energy (Oil & Gas) (most frequently recommended)
- The Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada : Envionmental; Energy (Oil & Gas)
- Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Business Lawyers : Aboriginal Law; Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory); Environment
- Client Choice Award Recipient : Environment – Alberta and Canada (Exclusive Winner)
Kinder Morgan Canada with regard to its proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline System with transports petroleum products to the west coast of Canada. The proposed expansion is contemplated to more than double current system capacity and it would include approximately 987 km of new pipeline. The project will cross more than 80 First Nation and Aboriginal asserted traditional territories, national parks, and terminate at its existing Westridge Dock Facility in Burnaby, B.C.
NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. application in its intent to construct and operate new pipeline facilities in north east British Columbia. The proposed project includes the construction and operation of 305km of pipeline, along with associated metering facilities, valve sites and possible compression facilities. The proposed pipeline would transport natural gas from the North Montney area to the NOVA Inventory Transfer market hub and through the NGTL system and interconnected pipelines to markets in Alberta and North America including new LNG markets on the west coast.
Alderon Iron Ore Corp. in respect of its mine permitting process and related regulatory and Aboriginal matters for a US$1.27 billion (excluding sustaining capital) Iron Ore mine in Labrador.
Chevron Canada Limited with their submissions and participation in the National Energy Board’s Arctic Offshore Drilling Review to determine future filing requirements to drill in the Canadian Arctic offshore and in respect of their appreciation for a phased hearing process to determine SSRW equivalency.
Shell Canada Limited with their Muskeg River Mine and Expansions, Jackpine Mine and Expansions, and Pierre River Mine with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals (ERCB, AENV, DFO and Joint Review Panel) and advising on Aboriginal issues for its oil sands mines and extraction plants in Northern Alberta.
Kinder Morgan Canada Inc. with regard to an intervention before a Joint Review Panel in relation to the application for approval of the Enbridge Northern Gateway project and with regard to its proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline system, which transports product to the west coast of Canada.
Shell Canada Limited in their Scotford Upgrader and Upgrader Expansion Project with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals for its bitumen Upgrader at Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
ConocoPhillips Canada in their Parsons Lake natural gas field and gathering system before a Joint Review Panel and NEB in the Mackenzie Delta with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals.
McCain Foods (Canada) Limited with obtaining its environmental and regulatory approvals for their agrifood plant in Alberta.
EnCana Corporation in their Suffield NWA shallow gas project in Medicine Hat, Alberta with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals before a Joint Review Panel, ERCB, and Environment Canada.
Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc. in their proposed Dunvegan Hydro Electric Project before a Joint Review Panel, AUC, NRCB and CEAA (DFO) with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals.
Devon Canada Corporation in their Jackfish SAGD Project with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals to develop a commercial scale Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage bitumen production project in the Jackfish area.
Nalcor Energy in their Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Project in Labrador before a Joint Federal-Provincial Environmental Assessment Review Panel with regard to obtaining all regulatory and environmental approvals and advising on Aboriginal matters.
TransCanada Pipelines with regard to obtaining certificates of public convenience and necessity before the National Energy Board for their Groundbirch, Horn River and Northwest Mainline Projects.
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