2015-16 SaskEnergy Annual Report


Back row: Dennis Terry, Robert Haynes, Mark Guillet, Dean Reeve. Front row: Phil Sandham, Christine Short, Doug Kelln, Colleen Huber.

Doug Kelln President and Chief Executive Officer

Robert Haynes Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Environment and Corporate Affairs Mr. Haynes joined SaskEnergy in 1988 when he was appointed to the position of General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. In 1995, he became Vice President of Human Resources, adding Corporate Affairs responsibilities in 2011 and Environment responsibilities in 2015. In this role, Mr. Haynes is responsible for all aspects of the Corporation’s human resources policies and practices, including the Corporation’s Safety, Health and Environment area, as well as strategic corporate communication with key stakeholders, including employees, the media and government. Mr. Haynes has a Bachelor of Administration Degree, Public Policy and a Juris Doctor.

Mr. Kelln brought a wide range of company knowledge when he was appointed President and CEO of SaskEnergy in 2004. Since starting with SaskPower’s natural gas division in 1982, he has had increasing levels of responsibility in the areas of engineering, construction, planning, customer services, distribution operations, marketing and business development within SaskEnergy and TransGas. Mr. Kelln has a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree. Mark Guillet, Q.C. Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Mr. Guillet is the Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for the Corporation and is responsible for the Legal and Land Departments. He is also the Chief Privacy Officer. Mr. Guillet is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Bar Association, the Association of Corporate Counsel and has the Certified In-house Counsel Canada designation. He has experience in corporate, commercial, governance and privacy legal issues.

Colleen Huber Vice President, Corporate Support

Ms. Huber is responsible for corporate technology, corporate procurement and inventory, buildings and security as well as vehicles and equipment. She joined the Executive in 2000 after successfully progressing through various management positions within TransGas and SaskEnergy. She is a graduate of the University of Regina.


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