Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers head says he will be stepping down

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Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers president and CEO Tim McMillan will be leaving the organization after seven years at the helm.   (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press - image credit)
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers president and CEO Tim McMillan will be leaving the organization after seven years at the helm. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press - image credit)

The head of a Calgary-based Canadian oil and gas lobby group has announced he will be stepping down.

Tim McMillan, president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, will be leaving his role, the organization said in a news release.

McMillan has served as CAPP CEO for seven years. His role is expected to conclude next year at the association's annual general meeting in April.

CAPP said McMillan has guided industry response through historic investment highs, commodity price volatility and the COVID-19 pandemic.

"As the natural gas and oil industry begins its recovery from the impacts of the pandemic and years of challenging commodity markets, the timing is right for a new leader to take the reins at CAPP," McMillan said in the release.

CAPP will launch an executive search to replace McMillan over the next six months.

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