Collaboration, Disclosure and Investment in Canada’s Oil & Gas Industry

Alicia Quesnel


Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP

Alicia Quesnel is a partner with the law firm of Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP (BD&P) in Calgary, Alberta, and practises in the energy/commercial transactions and competition law groups. Alicia advises on matters pertaining to the structuring and implementation of significant large-scale conventional and non-conventional (oil sands, CBM, LNG) resource and midstream joint venture projects in Canada. Her practice also includes advising on the legal aspects of day-to-day oil and gas and commercial matters, all aspects of private mergers and acquisitions as well as royalties, royalty disputes and other transactions involving conventional oil and gas and oil sands projects. Alicia also provides clients with advice and assistance on securing foreign investment and competition approvals and providing advice on competition matters relating to strategic alliances, conspiracies and abuse of dominance.
Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP is a leading Canadian law firm of over 140 lawyers. BD&P has earned a prestigious reputation for its service-oriented approach and for its consistent delivery of expert legal counsel. BD&P is recognized nationally and internationally for its provision of premier legal service in all areas of business law and particularly for its strength in the energy and securities sectors. BD&P is noted for attracting top-level transactional work from a broad spectrum of clients, ranging from large national and international corporations to entrepreneurial start-ups, and its lawyers are recognized as some of the best in their fields. It remains firmly at the forefront of the legal profession as a result of its solid individual professional backgrounds and its collective creative energy and efforts.

Main Topics Discussed

  • Collaboration in the energy industry
  • Environmental disclosure in the Canadian oil and gas industry
  • Investors’ role in pushing forward innovation in the energy industry

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