The Right Team

A Proven Track Record of Success

Management Team

Disciplined Resource Development Professionals with a History of Economic Success

Newfoundland’s expertise in large-scale construction and energy projects, combined with its skilled and enthusiastic workforce, make it an attractive location for businesses and investors looking to undertake ambitious projects in the creation of a world-class Clean Energy Hub.

Triple Point’s leaders have decades of experience in the industry and bring a solid mix of business and local perspectives, and a proven track record of success.   We are committed to bring value in everything we do.

Julie Lemieux
CEO & Director

Don Lacey
VP Business Development

Caron Hawco
Stakeholder Engagement

John Anderson
Chairman of the Board

Josée Tremblay
Director

Fraser

Fraser Edison
Director

Fraser

Aidan Mills
Director

Rowland Howe
Advisor

CEO and Director

Ms. Lemieux brings 25 years of strategic business expertise to Triple Point as she energetically builds out a winning team and further demonstrates how Triple Point’s Fischell’s Salt Dome is key to Newfoundland’s emerging Clean Energy Hub. Ms. Lemieux has led organizations through major challenges, including financial restructuring, transition to the public markets and financing. She brings an understanding of what it takes to operate a small-cap public company having to navigate governance, investors, regulations and stakeholders.

Don Lacey

VP Business Development

Mr. Lacey is a Power Engineer with a background in the oil and gas Midstream Business. As VP of Operations for Plain Midstream, he was responsible for the operation and maintenance of thousands of kilometers of NGL and crude pipelines, as well as several commodity terminals and more than 60 salt cavern storage assets across North America. Having a strong focus on process safety, financial performance, and meaningful field data capture, he developed strategic business initiatives, which resulted in savings of millions of dollars in operational and maintenance expenses, as well as the establishment of highly effective systems and processes for oversight. He retired from Plain Midstream in 2021.

Caron Hawco

PMP, CITP, ABC, ICD.D

Community Engagment

Caron advises Triple Point on matters relating to strategic communications and relationships, local benefits, public affairs and government engagement. She offers considerable supply chain knowledge and industry insights encompassing cleantech, energy, ocean industries, mining, R&D and innovation. She has advised and authored provincial and national studies on opportunities in clean tech, energy, supply chain and diversity and inclusion, etc. From 2008-2015, Caron held management positions with Statoil (now Equinor). Caron has served on over 15 boards of directors, including the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Oil and Gas Recovery Taskforce and as Chair of NOIA. She currently serves on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Net-Zero Advisory Council, EnergyNL, ­COVE (innovation centre) and the Guyana Canada Chamber of Commerce.

John Anderson

Chairman of the Board

Mr. Anderson, the founder of multiple start-up companies has nearly three decades of successful corporate and capital markets experience. His wide range of contacts in the resource and investment sectors, spanning the globe, has helped build Triple Point’s financial strength and retail and institutional support in preparation for listing as a public company. He is currently President of Purplefish Capital Management Ltd., a private investment entity focused on the resource sector.

Josée Tremblay

P. Eng., B.Sc., Eng.

Director

Josee is a Principal at Strategic Decisions Group.  She brings extensive experience in major international resource development projects through senior positions with Suncor, IGBC Ltd. (subsidiary of Japan’s INPEX Corporation), and Conoco Phillips (Indonesia and Canada). She has strong knowledge of Newfoundland and Labrador after serving as Head of Suncor’s Atlantic Business Unit, overseeing a $1 billion net cash flow portfolio. Her project assessment, business development and communication skills, combined with her contacts in the energy space, will be invaluable to Triple Point.

Fraser Edison

Director

Fraser H. Edison is the Chairman of the Board & President of Rutter Inc., a global enterprise specializing in innovative marine technology. Mr. Edison has extensive experience in finance, construction, oil and gas, and ocean/road transportation management. He currently serves as board member with Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, Ocean Trout Canada Inc. (OTC) and Director of both Atlas Salt Inc. and Vulcan Minerals.

He is Past Chairperson of Research & Development Corporation (RDC) and the St. John’s International Airport Authority, past board member of the St. John’s Port Authority and Oceanex Income Trust, past Chairperson of the Genesis Centre Selection Committee at MUN, Past President of St. John’s Board of Trade and Past Member of St. John’s Rotary Club/Paul Harris Fellow. Mr. Edison was awarded with the Government of Canada Medal 125, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, and NOIA Outstanding Contribution Award. Mr. Edison was inducted into the Junior Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador Business Hall of Fame and was recipient of Turning the Tide Marine Industry Lifetime Achievement Award.

Aidan Mills

Director

Mr. Mills has more than 30 years of global experience as an executive and chartered engineer for businesses in the UK and North America. He attended Edinburgh University and received a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering as well as a Master of Business Administration with Distinction Degree from the Edinburgh Business School. From there, Mr. Mills has worked as an executive for international companies including British Petroleum, Husky Energy, Goldman Sachs, MEG Energy Corp. and the Friesen Group of Companies. Since 2021, he has held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of Northstar Clean Technologies where he oversees a proprietary design process that takes discarded asphalt shingles, otherwise destined for landfills, and extracts the raw materials to be repurposed.

 

Rowland Howe

Special Advisor

Mr. Howe is a chartered Engineer with an impressive background in the salt industry. After starting his career in the coal and salt sectors in the UK, he came to North America in the 1990’s and served as Mine General Manager at Goderich in southern Ontario until 2011. During that time he more than doubled Compass Minerals’ (NYSE: CMP) annual production at Goderich to a record 7.5 million tonnes, solidifying that operation as the biggest and most profitable underground salt mine in the entire world. He retired from Compass in late 2016 after serving nearly six years as Director of Special Projects. He is currently President of Atlas Salt and President of the Goderich Port Management Corporation.