Matt Keen is an energy regulatory lawyer practising in the inter-related areas of energy law, environmental assessment and permitting, tolls and tariffs, and issues concerning Indigenous peoples. He appears before tribunals such as the British Columbia Utilities Commission, the British Columbia Environmental Appeal Board, Alberta Utilities Commission, and the National Energy Board of Canada. Matt has extensive experience with major industrial facility applications and the associated environmental assessment and permitting processes, including regulatory investigations and defences. He has participated in environmental assessment, joint review panel, and Royal Commission processes on behalf of major pipeline, energy, and large industrial proponents. He has also represented clients in a broad spectrum of toll and tariff proceedings concerning electricity, natural gas, and crude oil pipelines, in BC, Alberta, and Ontario. Before joining us in 2011, Matt practised at a prominent national law firm in Calgary for five years, and clerked at the Alberta Court of Appeal and the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench as part of his articles. He also briefly worked for a large oil and gas producer before law school and holds an undergraduate chemical engineering degree.