June 2010 Vol. 237 No. 6

Business Meetings & Events

Kvisle Retires from TransCanada, Girling Named CEO

Effective June 30, Hal Kvisle will retire from TransCanada, where he has been chief executive since 2001. His successor is Russ Girling. Prior to Girling’s appointment as chief operating officer in July 2009, he held a number of leadership positions including: president, pipelines; chief financial officer and executive vice-president, corporate development; and executive vice-president, power. Girling is the current chairman of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA). “I have no doubt that as president and CEO Russ will achieve excellent outcomes with customers, deliver major projects on time and on budget and continue to focus on generating predict

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