Enbridge Inc. (TSX: ENB) (NYSE: ENB) President and Chief Executive Officer Greg Ebel announced the following executive leadership changes.
Effective January 1, 2024, Mr. Reggie Hedgebeth has been appointed Executive Vice President, External Affairs & Chief Legal Officer, and Ms. Laura Buss Sayavedra has been appointed Senior Vice President, Projects & Chief Administrative Officer. These appointments follow the resignations of Bob Rooney, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, and Byron Neiles, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, on December 31, 2023. Mr. Rooney and Mr. Neiles will serve as Executive Advisors to Enbridge until their retirement in mid-2024, supporting the transition and outstanding projects.
In addition to her present responsibilities for Projects, Safety & Reliability, Environment, Land & Right-of-Way, and Supply Chain Management, Ms. Buss-Sayavedra will be responsible for Human Resources, Real Estate, and Supply Chain Management. Previously, she was in charge of Enbridge’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system’s multi-year deployment. She previously held the positions of Vice President of Treasury and Strategy for Spectra Energy Corp. and Chief Financial Officer of Spectra Energy Partners. Ms. Buss-Sayavedra previously held various financial, strategy, and business development leadership positions with Duke Energy. She holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Columbia University.
“I am delighted to welcome Reggie, who is an exceptional leader with legal expertise and experience in the upstream and downstream energy and financial services sectors that will benefit Enbridge.” At the same time, I am glad to broaden Laura’s responsibilities, adding to her already diverse executive leadership contributions. Finally, I want to thank Bob and Byron for their many years of excellence in service to Enbridge, our industry, employees, and communities, as well as their willingness to stay with the company until mid-2024 to support the transition and critical projects,” stated Mr. Ebel.