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Jeff is responsible for all of Encana’s upstream exploration and production activities in the United States, which includes four of Encana’s key natural gas resource plays: the Jonah Field and the Piceance Basin in the U.S. Rockies; the Texas resource play, including the Bossier reservoir in East Texas; and the Haynesville resource play in Louisiana and Texas.
Jeff’s professional achievements include both technical and senior management positions. In 2003 he was appointed President of the Canadian Plains Region and in 2005 he was appointed an Executive Vice-President of Encana. Jeff assumed responsibility for the company’s USA Division in 2006. Some of his accomplishments include playing a key role in creating a strategy to develop a new business platform for Encana in the U.S. Rockies; strategy and leadership in the Deep Basin of Western Canada; and the innovative application and development of new shallow gas technology across the company.
Jeff is a professional geophysicist and received his Bachelor of Science degree in geophysics from the University of Calgary in 1985. In 1997 Jeff completed the Western Executive Program at the Richard Ivey School of Business and in 2006 he attended the Entrepreneurial Leadership Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Jeff is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta; the Independent Petroleum Association of America; and the Young Presidents’ Organization.
Jeff is married with two children and lives in Denver.