Experienced Strategic Leaders

Driving Shareholder Value and Leading with Integrity

Enerflex’s Board of Directors oversees the management of Enerflex’s business to ensure long-term success, with a view to maximize shareholder value and ensure corporate conduct in an ethical and legal manner by way of an appropriate system of corporate governance and internal control. Together with Management, the Board is committed to implementing and maintaining effective practices in corporate governance and regularly monitors regulatory developments and governance best practices to ensure Enerflex maintains its high governance standards, in compliance with evolving Canadian corporate governance requirements.

The Board is also responsible for the supervision of management and the overall stewardship, risk management, strategic direction, and governance of Enerflex. Standing committees of the Board are an integral part of Enerflex’s governance structure.

To learn more, see our mandates and policies.

Fernando Assing

Mr. Assing is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Centurion Group Limited, the global rental, services, and infrastructure platform of SCF Partners. He has 30 years of experience in the EPC and oilfield service industries, including senior management roles in marketing, business development, commercial, and project and operations management. Prior to joining Centurion, Mr. Assing was President and Chief Executive Officer of Tesco Corporation until its sale to Nabors Industries, and prior thereto he served in multiple global and regional positions with Schlumberger and Technip. He has extensive international experience in the energy industry, including operations in the United States, Canada, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, Australia and Europe.

Mr. Assing holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Jose Maria Vargas University and serves on the Centurion board. Mr. Assing is a member of the HRC Committee.

Joanne Cox

Ms. Joanne Cox has over 30 years of executive and legal experience in the energy sector and in her career, has held senior roles with global upstream exploration and production companies and energy services companies, including, most recently, Ovintiv Inc. and Precision Drilling Corporation. Ms. Cox currently serves on the Board of Directors as the Vice Chair of Hull Services and is a member of the Strategic Advisory Board of the O’Brien Institute for Public Policy at the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine.

Ms. Cox holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with Distinction and a Bachelor of Laws degree with Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan. Ms. Cox is a member of both the NCG Committee and the HRC Committee.

W. Byron Dunn

Mr. Dunn is the Chief Executive Officer and Founding Partner of Tubular Synergy Group, LP which acts as a sales, marketing and supply chain services provider of tubular products targeted toward the oil and gas industry. Prior thereto, Mr. Dunn had a 32-year career with Lone Star Steel Company of which he was Chief Executive Officer, President, and a Director from 1997 to 2007.

Mr. Dunn holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management from Texas Christian University and an Executive Master of Business Administration from the Edwin L. Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. Mr. Dunn is a member of both the NCG Committee and the HRC Committee.

James C. Gouin

Mr. Gouin served as President of Tower International, Inc. (“Tower”), a global manufacturer of engineered automotive products, from 2016 until 2019 and became Chief Executive Officer and a member of Tower’s board of directors in 2017 until 2019. Mr. Gouin joined Tower in November 2007 as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Prior to joining Tower, Mr. Gouin served in 2007 as a Senior Managing Director of the corporate financial practice of FTI Consulting, Inc., a business advisory firm. Prior to joining FTI, Mr. Gouin spent 28 years at Ford Motor Company in a variety of senior positions, including as Vice President, Finance and Global Corporate Controller from 2003 to 2006 and as Vice President of Finance, Strategy and Business Development of Ford Motor Company’s International Operations from 2006 to 2007. Mr. Gouin also served on the Board of Trustees of the University of Detroit Mercy until October 2017 and served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vista Maria, a non-profit corporation until 2019. Mr. Gouin is also currently a Director of Algoma Steel Inc.

Mr. Gouin received a B.B.A. from the Detroit Institute of Technology and a M.B.A. from the University of Detroit Mercy. He is a member of the Audit Committee.

Mona Hale

Ms. Hale is an independent businesswoman with over 35 years of executive, financial, and operational leadership experience across the oil and gas, mining, and telecommunication sectors. She was the Senior Vice-President, Global Commercial and Financial Performance Management at Finning International Inc. until her retirement in 2020. Prior thereto, Ms. Hale was the Chief Financial Officer for Edmonton Economic Development Corporation and held senior executive leadership positions at Prairie Mines & Royalty Ltd. and TELUS. Over the course of her career, Ms. Hale had roles providing experience in accounting and financial controls, commercial management, operational leadership, and corporate strategic planning. Ms. Hale currently serves as a director of Edmonton Airports, FortisAlberta Inc., and the University of Alberta.

Ms. Hale holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta and resides in Edmonton, Alberta. Ms. Hale is a Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta and a past recipient of the YWCA Women of Distinction Business Entrepreneur Award. Ms. Hale is the Chair of the Audit Committee.

Kevin Reinhart

Mr. Reinhart is the Chair of the Board of Directors of Enerflex. He is an independent businessman with over 35 years of executive and financial experience in international energy company operations. After an early career in public accounting, Mr. Reinhart joined Nexen Inc. (“Nexen”) in 1994 and held a number of senior roles in financial reporting, treasury, risk management, corporate planning, and business development before becoming Nexen’s Chief Financial Officer in 2009 and its Interim President and Chief Executive Officer in 2012. Following the sale of Nexen to CNOOC Limited (a Chinese state-owned enterprise) in 2013, Mr. Reinhart continued as President of their western-world operations until his retirement in 2014. Mr. Reinhart has served as a director of three publicly-listed companies and is currently a director on advisory committees for one public and one private company.

Mr. Reinhart is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University.

Marc E. Rossiter
Director, President, and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Rossiter is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Enerflex and is responsible for the Company’s value creation and global growth strategy across Enerflex’s regions and through its three operating segments: Engineered Systems, After-Market Service, and Energy Infrastructure. Together with the Executive Management Team, he concentrates on sustainable growth opportunities while executing the Company’s vision of Transforming Energy for a Sustainable Future.

With more than 25 years of experience at Enerflex in a progression of leadership roles, Mr. Rossiter, a Professional Engineer in the province of Alberta, brings an entrepreneurial mindset with a depth of leadership that is essential to the Company’s success. Until his appointment to President and Chief Executive Officer in May 2019, Mr. Rossiter was Enerflex’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, where he was critical in driving revenue growth, while safely delivering reliable solutions. Mr. Rossiter joined the Company in Calgary as a Project Engineer and moved to the United States in 2003. Before his appointment as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in April 2018, Mr. Rossiter was President of the USA region and worked in a variety of engineering and sales management roles. Mr. Rossiter graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada with a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Materials Engineering and served the country as an officer in the Canadian Army. Mr. Rossiter does not serve on any standing committees of the Board of Directors.

Thomas B. Tyree Jr.

Mr. Tyree is a seasoned energy executive and financial advisor with deep expertise in strategy development, capital markets, and corporate finance. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Antero Resources Corporation, a NYSE-listed company focused on resource development in the Appalachian Basin. He recently served as the Chairman of Northwoods Energy LLC, an upstream oil and gas company that he founded in 2018, which was acquired by OneRock Energy Holdings, LLC in 2023. From 2020 through 2021, Mr. Tyree was CEO of Extraction Oil & Gas, where he led the company’s restructuring and strategic efforts, which culminated in several merger transactions and the formation of Civitas Resources. Prior to Extraction, he served as a director of Bonanza Creek Energy from 2017 to 2020. Mr. Tyree was also a co-founder, President, CFO, and board member of Vantage Energy, LLC from 2006 until its sale in 2016 to Rice Energy Inc. From 2003 through 2006, he served as CFO of Bill Barrett Corporation and from 1989 to 2003, Mr. Tyree was an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co., focused on strategic advisory and financing transactions and leading their U.S. and Canadian upstream business.

Mr. Tyree has a Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University, where he currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees. He is a member of the Audit Committee.

Juan Carlos Villegas

Mr. Villegas is an independent businessman with 41 years of demonstrated executive and operational leadership experience in the industrial services sector across North America and Latin America. After an early career with Cummins and Komatsu in Latin America, Mr. Villegas joined Finning International Inc. and held numerous senior executive roles which provided experience in corporate planning, business development, operations leadership, and risk management. Until his retirement in December 2018, Mr. Villegas was President and Chief Operating Officer of Finning Canada and prior thereto was Chief Operating Officer for Finning International.

Mr. Villegas was educated in Chile and attended the University of California at Irvine. Until his retirement in December 2018, Mr. Villegas sat on the Caterpillar Global Mining Counsel. He is a member of both the NCG Committee and the HRC Committee.

Michael A. Weill

Mr. Weill has been Chief Executive Officer of Global Deepwater Partners LLC since 2008. Global Deepwater LLC is a private company, which provides exploration, appraisal, and concept select services to National Oil Companies. From 1996 to 2007, Mr. Weill served in various positions with BHP Billiton Petroleum including as President, Production – Americas and as President Operations and Technology, Americas/Australia, based in Houston. He also served as President, Integrated Business Development based in Melbourne, Australia. Prior thereto, Mr. Weill served in various positions with Royal Dutch Shell in Houston, New Orleans, and The Hague from 1980 to 1996.

Mr. Weill holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University. Mr. Weill is the Chair of the NCG Committee and a member of the Audit Committee.