• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Cynthia Hansen

Enbridge Inc.

Executive Vice President and President, Gas Transmission and Midstream

Cynthia Hansen is Executive Vice President and President, Gas Transmission and Midstream. In this role, she has responsibility for Enbridge’s natural gas pipeline and midstream business across North America. Ms. Hansen, based in Houston, has a wealth of experience in the natural gas industry and a long track record of accomplishments at Enbridge. She has more than 20 years of experience working in leadership roles within Enbridge, most recently as Executive Vice President and President, Gas Distribution and Storage. Cynthia is also Executive Sponsor for the Asset and Work Management Transformation across Enbridge, and chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee. Prior to joining Enbridge, she worked as a Principal for PricewaterhouseCoopers. Ms. Hansen currently serves on the board of FuelCell Energy Inc., Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), The Greater Houston Partnership, and the United Way of Greater Houston. In the past, she has served on the boards of Energir Inc., Ontario Energy Association, Canadian Gas Association, Canadian Energy Council, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and University of Alberta School of Business Advisory Council, among others. Ms. Hansen was named one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 by the Women’s Executive Network and is a current Hall of Fame member. She was also recognized as a Canadian Business Leader by Catalyst Canada.

Sessions With Cynthia Hansen

Wednesday, 20 March

  • 04:10pm - 04:50pm (CST) / 20/mar/2024 09:10 pm - 20/mar/2024 09:50 pm

    Strategies for U.S. Natural Gas

    Gas & LNG

    The U.S. natural gas industry’s growth has been fueled over the past decade by rising demand from LNG exports and the power sector. But ambitious decarbonatization goals, in the United States and across the globe, could see continued growth from these sectors challenged. Are decarbonization efforts and use of natural gas at odds? What are the options for natural gas in the United States? What strategies are companies pursuing to ensure growth opportunities remain?