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Under the provincial Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act, by June 30 of every year, we are required to disclose the names, positions, earnings, non-monetary benefits, and severance of all current and former employees whose total annual earnings for the previous calendar year were more than that year’s threshold, which was $150,219 in 2023.

In addition, by December 31 of every year, we are also required to disclose the names, positions, and severance amounts paid or payable to former employees or board members between January 1 and June 30 of the current year that are over the current year’s threshold. 

The following table shows our disclosures since June 2017. The compensation amounts are NOT base salary; the compensation column takes into account many other factors (e.g., overtime, annual hours worked, vacation cash out, and other taxable amounts). Board members and their compensation are also listed.

The AER is 100 per cent funded by industry and is authorized to collect funds through an administrative fee levied on energy development projects and activities. This model is used by other regulatory agencies in North America, such as the Alberta Utilities Commission and the British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission.

2023 AER Disclosure List

Download [CSV] - last updated: December 12, 2023

Note: As per the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act (PSCTA) guidelines, the above downloadable CSV file does not include the names column.

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If you have questions about this list, please contact Erin Kurchina, VP, People, Culture & Learning at @email.