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About Enerflex

Leadership

J. Blair Goertzen
President and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Goertzen provides leadership and strategic direction to Enerflex's seven regions worldwide. He joined the Company in 2003 and was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Enerflex in 2006. Mr. Goertzen began his career in the energy services industry 40 years ago and has held executive positions in publicly traded companies since 1989. Mr. Goertzen has been a Director of the Red Deer Regional Health Foundation for the past four years.​

D. James Harbilas, CA
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Harbilas is responsible for overseeing and providing leadership in all financial affairs, reporting, and corporate governance of Enerflex. He is a key member of the leadership team and plays an important role in developing corporate strategy and achieving financial performance.

Prior to joining Enerflex, Mr. Harbilas was Vice President Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Fortis Alberta Inc. Previously, he held senior positions in various financial capacities at SNC-Lavalin Group and AltaLink Management. Mr. Harbilas holds a Bachelor of Commerce and graduate ​diploma in accounting from Concordia University. He is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta, the Ordre des comptable agréés du Québec, and Financial Executive Institute.

Marc Rossiter
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Rossiter is responsible foroverseeing and providing strategic and operational leadership across all of Enerflex’s regions, further strengthening and driving operational efficiencies. He is a key member ofEnerflex's Executive Management Team and is accountable for ensuring strategic alignment of our business across the natural gas value chain while enhancing the synergistic relationship between the Company’s capabilities and product and service offering, as well as concentrating on growth.

With more than 21 years of experience at Enerflex in a progression of roles, Mr. Rossiter, a Professional Engineer in the province of Alberta, brings an entrepreneurial mindset with a depth of leadership that will be essential in the Company’s continued success. Prior to his appointment as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Rossiter was President of the USA region where he was critical in driving revenue growth, while safely delivering reliable solutions. Previously, Mr. Rossiter was Vice President and General Manager, Southern USA and Latin America, and before the Company was acquired by Toromont Industries, he held several project engineering and sales management roles. Mr. Rossiter also worked as a process engineer with SNC-Lavalin Group and was an officer in the Canadian Army.

Greg Stewart
President, United States of America

Mr. Stewart is responsible for overseeing and providing strategic and operational leadership in the United States of America and is responsible for business development in his market of interest. He is a key member of Enerflex's Executive Management Team and is tasked with growing the Company to meet the demands of the global oil and natural gas industries.

Prior to his appointment as President, United States of America, Mr. Stewart was Enerflex’s Executive Vice President, Corporate Services and Chief Information Officer. While in this role for over 9 years, he was critical in the alignment and implementation of Company-wide shared services strategies to support regional growth. Previously to joining Enerflex, for over 8 years, Mr. Stewart was Vice President Business Services with Superior Propane and held numerous positions of increasing responsibility over a 14-year career in Information Services at Canadian Pacific Railway. He holds an Master’s in Business Administration with a specialization in Information Systems and BA (French) from McMaster University, along with a BBA (Brock University), and Diplome d'Etudes Françaises (Université de Franche-Comté).

Andrew Jack
President, Canada

Mr. Jack is responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership in the Canadian region. Ensuring alignment of Enerflex’s core business offerings across the natural gas value chain, Mr. Jack is focused on driving growth. He is an integral member of the Company’s global executive management team and his extensive operational expertise in the industrial services, construction, fabrication, and maintenance business serves Enerflex well.

Prior to joining Enerflex in 2018, Mr. Jack was Vice President, Business Development and Strategy for KBR Canada, a global provider of services and technologies across asset and program life-cycle within the hydrocarbon sector. Prior thereto, he was Vice President and General Manager, Construction and Maintenance Services, as well as President, Canada for Willbros, a construction, fabrication, and maintenance services company. During his tenure in these roles, Mr. Jack was critical in driving revenue growth and expanding operations while safely delivering solutions to the energy industry. Before joining Willbros and moving to Canada in 2012, Mr. Jack's career began with Deloitte and over the past 25 years, focused on the international oil and gas industry, he has held several senior leadership roles encompassing finance, operations, and strategy in a number of companies in Europe. Mr. Jack holds a Business, Finance, and Economics Diploma from the University of Gloucestershire and holds a Fellowship designation with the Chartered Management Institute in the UK. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Indigenous Works, Canada and Direct-C Limited, a technology innovation start-up company.

Patricia Martinez
President, Latin America

Since joining Enerflex in July 2014, Ms. Martinez has been responsible for leading the growth of the Company's Latin America business, including rentals and new equipment sales. She is an instrumental member of the leadership team and plays an important role in the development of her market of interest.

Prior to joining Enerflex, Ms. Martinez was the Senior Vice President of International Contract Services for Axip Energy Services, LP, where she oversaw the management and growth of Axip's international business, which included operations in Latin America, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Prior to gaining that role, Ms. Martinez was Vice President of Latin America and Director of International Ventures for Valerus Compression Services, Axip's predecessor company. Before joining Valerus in 2007, she held several positions in sales and marketing with Shell U.S. and Conoco Argentina. She is a board member of the Instituto Argentino del Petroleo y Gas – Houston (IAPGH) and a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO). Ms. Martinez holds an MBA from Houston Baptist University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Universidad Argentina de la Empresa in Buenos Aires.

Phil Pyle
President, International

Mr. Pyle is responsible for overseeing and providing operational leadership in Australia, Asia, the Middle East / Africa, and Europe / CIS. He is a key member of the Enerflex Executive Management Team and is tasked with the strategic growth and development of the International business to meet the demands of the global oil and gas industry.

Prior to joining Enerflex as President, International, Mr. Pyle held numerous senior positions with Fluor, most recently as Regional Director for the Middle East and Asia. In his eight years with that company, he held responsibility for long-term, site oriented, service contracts executed in this region, including in the oil and gas sector. This included accountability for joint venture companies in various parts of the world including Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Qatar, and Indonesia. Mr. Pyle brings over 25 years of extensive international operations and leadership experience through his roles at Fluor, BHP Billiton, and the Water Corporation of Western Australia. He holds an MBA from the University of New England in Australia and a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Western Australia.