Mr. Dundas became President & Chief Executive Officer of Enerplus on July 1, 2013. He joined the company in 2002 as Vice-President of Business Development, responsible for corporate acquisition and divestment strategies. In 2010, his role expanded to that of Executive Vice-President. In 2011, Mr. Dundas was appointed Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, where he oversaw the development and execution of the company's operational strategies, strategic planning, marketing and reserves, as well as acquisitions and divestments. As President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Dundas is responsible for overall leadership of the strategic and operational performance of Enerplus.
Prior to joining Enerplus, Mr. Dundas held several executive positions in the merchant banking business, where he helped oil and gas companies grow by accessing the funding and expertise they required. Mr. Dundas is a member of the Business Council of Canada and on the Board of Governors of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Mr. Dundas has been an active volunteer in numerous charitable endeavors and was Co-chair of the Calgary YMCA Power of Potential campaign. Mr. Dundas has served on the board of numerous private and public companies. Mr. Dundas holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Distinction) from the University of Calgary and a Bachelor of Laws (Distinction) from the University of Alberta. He was called to the Alberta Bar in 1995.
Mr. Daniels was appointed a Senior Vice-President of Enerplus in 2011, progressively expanding his responsibilities since then. In his current role, he is accountable for the strategic and economic development of the company’s assets, across North America in a safe and responsible way. He also oversees people and culture, communications, community investment, information services and corporate properties.
Mr. Daniels started his career in technical roles with Chevron Petroleum and held a number of management positions with Conoco U.K. Limited and ConocoPhillips Canada over a 23-year period. Prior to joining Enerplus, he served as ConocoPhillips Canada's Vice-President on the Surmont oil sands development.
Mr. Daniels is a P.Eng and a Chartered Engineer with a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) from Aberdeen University.
Ms. Jenson Labrie was promoted to Chief Financial Officer in September 2015. As a senior member of the executive team, she oversees finance, accounting, tax, insurance and risk, as well as marketing and investor relations.
Ms. Jenson Labrie joined Enerplus in 2003 and has held progressive leadership roles including Controller, Finance and Senior Manager, Planning & Marketing before being promoted to Vice-President, Finance in 2013.
Prior to joining Enerplus, she held an executive position at a U.S. bank and was a senior manager at KPMG LLP, where she held various roles in the Assurance and Financial Advisory Services groups. Ms. Jenson Labrie is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Business Valuator. She graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Commerce (Distinction).
Mr. Doll is responsible for marketing all of Enerplus’ crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids production in North America. He oversees Enerplus’ pipeline transportation agreements, asset management agreements and leads the team that is responsible for all commodity risk management activities.
Mr. Doll has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas markets. He joined Enerplus in 2008 as the Manager of Investor Relations – a role he held until 2013 when he became the Manager of Marketing. Prior to joining Enerplus, Mr. Doll led the Canadian energy sales team at UBS Commodities Canada and spent seven years in energy marketing and risk management at Morgan Stanley. Mr. Doll started his career with roles at Enron and CIBC.
Mr. Doll holds a Bachelor of Management, Finance (Great Distinction) from the University of Lethbridge.
Mr. Eichinger is accountable for Enerplus’ activities associated with our U.S. assets including drilling, completions, facilities, field operations and production engineering.
Mr. Eichinger joined Enerplus in August 2008. As Deep Gas Asset Manager, his responsibilities included leading the exploration and development (engineering, geology and geophysics) activities within the Deep Gas Asset team, including the Montney play.
Prior to joining Enerplus, Mr. Eichinger’s previous experience includes six years at Burlington Resources/ConocoPhillips as a Team Lead in various positions including the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, and 11 years with Schlumberger as a Field Service Manager in Canada and as an Operations Manager in Trinidad.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Saskatchewan.
Mr. Fisher oversees our U.S. asset development planning as well as our geoscience and business analysis teams out of our Denver office.
His past work experience includes exploration and development in various basins in the U.S., including the Rocky Mountain basins, Appalachian basin, onshore Gulf Coast, and offshore Gulf of Mexico. Prior to joining Enerplus, he held positions at Shell, Newfield and El Paso. Mr. Fisher has been with Enerplus since 2011, most recently as Manager, Geology & Geophysics for U.S. Operations.
He has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Princeton University as well as a Masters of Science in Geology and Geophysics from Cornell University.
Mr. Fitzgerald is responsible for our acquisition and divestment activities. This includes identifying, evaluating and negotiating acquisition opportunities, as well as the capture and delineation of new large scale resource play opportunities in North America. He is heavily involved in our corporate strategy, with responsibility for our strategic planning and business analysis groups. Mr. Fitzgerald, a professional engineer, joined Enerplus in 2008 and has held progressive leadership roles.
Mr. Fitzgerald has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He began his career at Renaissance Energy before joining Focus Energy Trust and Storm Resources. He has been involved in operations, exploitation, business development and commercial activities throughout his career.
Mr. Fitzgerald graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.
Mr. Hoffman joined Enerplus in April of 2015 and is accountable for overseeing our Canadian operations and reserves, as well as our corporate planning and sustainability programs.
John has 25 years of experience in the Canadian energy industry, having held a variety of leadership and engineering roles, focused largely in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Prior to joining Enerplus, John worked with Suncor Energy Inc. for 13 years where he held progressively senior positions in its North American onshore division. Prior to his time at Suncor, John was an exploitation engineer at Anderson Exploration Ltd.
John graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Mr. McCoy is responsible for legal support in the areas of acquisitions and divestitures, equity and debt financings, day-to-day oil and gas operations, dispute resolution/litigation, corporate secretarial functions, and adherence to securities laws associated with public issuer status in both the Canadian and American markets.
Mr. McCoy joined Enerplus as Vice-President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary in 2002. Prior to joining Enerplus, Mr. McCoy held positions in the oil and gas sector for corporations such as EnCana, ConocoPhillips, Westcoast Energy, Gulf and Home Oil, handling major transactions both domestically and abroad.
Mr. McCoy holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and Commerce (Distinction) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Alberta. He was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1987.
Mr. McLaughlin oversees the day-to-day activities of our Bakken oil play in North Dakota and Montana as well as our Marcellus natural gas assets in the northeastern U.S. Mr. McLaughlin is based in our Denver office, where he joined Enerplus in 2011 as Manager of Land before becoming President, U.S. Operations in 2012.
Mr. McLaughlin has more than 30 years of oil and gas experience in the U.S. and has held numerous senior positions within the industry, including president of the U.S. subsidiary of a major oil and gas company.
He has a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Colorado and is a Certified Professional Landman.
Ms. Morihira joined Enerplus as Corporate Controller in July 2015 and was promoted to Vice President, Finance in February 2018. In her role she is accountable for finance, accounting, tax, as well as insurance and risk. Ms. Morihira has more than 15 years of experience working in the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining Enerplus, Ms. Morihira worked at Progress Energy Canada Ltd., Focus Energy Trust and KPMG LLP. Ms. Morihira is a Chartered Accountant. She has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Calgary as well as a Masters of Professional Accounting from the University of Saskatchewan.