Calgary-based Enerplus Corp. appointed Sherri A. Brillon to its board of directors, the company announced in a press release on Oct. 11.
Brillon, who worked for Encana Corp. (Ovintive Inc.) prior to her retirement in 2019, will join Enerplus' nine other directors lead by board chairperson Hilary Foulkes.
With over 35 years of oil and gas industry experience, Brillon is currently a director on Delek Logistics Partners LP's board and previously served as a director for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Alberta Energy Regulator, Time Hortons Inc. and PrairieSky Royalty Ltd.
"We are pleased to add Sherri to the Enerplus board of directors," Enerplus president, board director and CEO Ian C. Dundas commented in the release. "Sherri brings valuable perspective and expertise in finance and the E&P sector broadly. We look forward to benefitting from her insights and experience."
Prior to this appointment, Brillon held several positions during her tenure at Encana from 1985 to 2019, including executive vice president and CFO. At Encana, she was responsible for directing the company's financial operations and implementing its business strategy through strategic transactions before her retirement.
Brillon graduated from the University of Calgary with a bachelor of arts degree in economics.
North American oil and gas E&P Enerplus holds assets in the Bakken and Marcellus shales, where it produced 92,221 boe/d (61% crude oil and NGL, 39% natural gas) in 2021, according to the company website.
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