Project Manager, TransCanada
Education: Chemical Engineering, University of Calgary
Expanding a pipeline system is a complicated business. Midstream companies need to balance a long list of competing interests, including shippers’ scheduling, requests from stakeholders, engineering requirements, regulatory restrictions and limited budgets. Miriam Clark plays a role in making sure all of these boxes are checked as project manager for TransCanada, where she helps to plan and develop new liquids pipeline projects for the company. In the past she worked for GE Water and Process Technologies, and helped to develop water treatment technologies and solutions for a number of industries.