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The Alberta Small Brewers Association appoints director, Logan International names new CEO, GASFRAC Energy Services earns Edison Award

The Spotlight: Celebrating Alberta business

Jul 11, 2014

by Jim Kerr


The Alberta Small Brewers Association has appointed its first executive director. Dr. Greg Zeschuk will lead the not-for-profit trade association as it tries to expand Alberta’s brewing industry. The ASBA currently represents 14 locally owned and managed breweries.

  • Randy Henderson has been appointed the new chairman of the board at Cortex Business Solutions. Henderson has been on the board since 2011 and has over 30 years of experience in management and finance.
  • There’s a change at the top at Logan International. Gerald Hage is retiring as Logan’s president and CEO, though he will remain on the company’s board as a director. David MacNeill, the current COO, has been appointed to be Hage’s replacement.
  • Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk has been named the 13th chancellor of the University of Calgary. The university’s Senate voted unanimously to elect Thirsk to the four-year term as the leader of the Senate and the ceremonial head of the school.

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GASFRAC Energy Services has been voted a gold winner for innovation at the 27th annual Edison Awards in San Francisco.

The company was honoured in the Energy & Sustainability category for its Vantage Frac waterless fracturing process. The nominees for the Edison Awards are judged by a panel of more than 3,000 leading minds in the fields of product development, design, engineering, science and medicine.

GASFRAC is based in Calgary, with operations in Alberta and Texas.


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