John is a partner at the national law firm of Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP in its Calgary office. John is the co-lead of FMC's Cleantech, Climate Change and Emissions Trading Group. He was called to the Alberta Bar in 1990 and has extensive experience in energy, corporate commercial and emission trading law. John acts for several regulated emitters, emission reduction project developers and aggregators and has been recognized as one of Canada's foremost experts in Cleantech, Climate Change and Emissions Trading law. John received his LLB from the University of Western Ontario and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan.
Keith Driver has a broad skill set and extensive experience across the North American regulatory and voluntary carbon markets. Working closely with project developers and personally completing countless GHG quantification exercises, Keith is one of Canada's foremost experts on quantifying and reporting carbon emission reductions, and project development. Keith has been a key contributor and developer of Alberta's provincial offset quantification and trading system. He has been deeply involved in providing guidance on various greenhouse gas reduction strategies and offset systems across North America. Keith's work focuses on the development of the technical and policy infrastructure required for functioning carbon markets. Mr. Driver has experience with a wide variety of project types, including: biofuel, agriculture, enhanced oil recovery, carbon capture and storage, renewable energy, forestry, biochar and energy efficiency (oil and gas, and buildings). He has also been involved in the development of a wide range of interesting and innovative projects that require an understanding of the emerging environmental credit markets (GHG, LCFS, RPS, RFS) to maximize their value.
Keith was formerly VP of Operations with Blue Source having been with the Canadian predecessor company Baseline Emissions Management Inc. since 2003. Keith is currently the Managing Partner of Prasino Group, a group of leading advisors in carbon strategy, management, accounting and project development. Keith is currently an indepedent advisor to the NACX.