Rising Stars 2021

Daily Oil Bulletin’s Rising Stars Class of 2021 highlights the excellent work done by young, emerging energy leaders. Whether it’s new thinking, fresh attitudes or technical solutions, showcasing their work and vision is of tremendous value to the entire energy industry.

In partnership with Fluor Canada and geoLOGIC systems ltd., the Rising Stars program provides an essential celebration of the dynamic young leaders that continue to make the industry a destination of choice for a new generation.

Announcement of Nominees
2021 Rising Star Awards Attract 30 Nominations

Announcement of this year's class
Meet The DOB's Rising Stars Class Of 2021

2021 Rising Stars

Paolo Bomben
Alberta Innovates Chemist Pursuing Non-Combustion Uses For Bitumen

Shannon DaCosta
Fluor Canada Manager Working To Break Down Construction Project Silos

Justin deMontarnal
Enbridge Senior Engineer A ‘People Focused Leader’

Brad Densmore
Project Manager With Landmark Excited By ESG Opportunities

Thomas Fox
‘Little Bit Of Luck’ Led To Highwood Emissions Management Success, Says President

Gillian Hynes
Energy Industry Could Benefit From More Diverse Workforce, Says Inclusion Consultant And HR Professional

Devin Lacey
Business Analyst A Key Part Of GLJ Diversification

Jennifer Lewis
Relationships The Key To Success, Says Supply Chain Professional

Brendan Paton
E&P Executive Confident In The Future Of The Industry

Martha Peden
Midstream Company Lawyer Thrives On Intellectual Challenge

Jessica Shumlich
Former Shell Engineer Scores Big With Emissions Reduction Business

Jeff Tomaszewski
Suncor Manager Applying Oil And Gas Lessons To Renewable Energy



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