Tourmaline’s Board of Directors is committed to playing an active role in supporting the realization of the Company’s strategy through upholding the highest standards of corporate governance and fulfilling its duties of stewardship and accountability.
The oversight role of Tourmaline’s Board of Directors encompasses strategic planning processes, risk management, communication with investors and other stakeholders, and standards of business conduct. The Board is also responsible for selecting, monitoring and evaluating executive leadership and aligning management’s decision-making with long-term shareholder interest.
Tourmaline’s Board of Directors consists of 10 directors, 8 of whom are independent. The role of Lead Director is assumed by an independent director and is separate from the role of chief executive officer. All Board committees are comprised entirely of independent directors.
The Board has established an Audit Committee, a Reserves Committee, a Compensation Committee, a Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee and an Environment, Sustainability and Safety Committee to assist in the discharge of its duties. All of the committees are comprised entirely of independent directors and report to the Board of Directors of Tourmaline.
Chair: Jill T. Angevine
Members: Andrew B. MacDonald, Ronald C. Wigham
Chair: Ronald C. Wigham
Members: Andrew B. MacDonald, Lucy M. Miller
Chair: Andrew B. MacDonald
Members: Jill T. Angevine, Lee A. Baker, Lucy M. Miller
Chair: Lee A. Baker
Members: Janet Weiss, William D. Armstrong, John W. Elick, Ronald C. Wigham
Chair: Lucy M. Miller
Members: Janet Weiss, Lee A. Baker, John W. Elick
Michael L. Rose (Chairman of the Board)
Brian G. Robinson
Ethical business practices are fundamental to Tourmaline’s operations to ensure we conduct business in a safe, fair, respectful and lawful manner. Below is a list of our Code of Conduct and key policies.