Management, Accounting, Administration & Plant Operations

The Caledonian Midstream Team is built upon trusted industry experience with a proven track record of performance and impeccable operations. From our corporate head office to plant operations, we pride ourselves on inclusion, diversity and employee safety.

Charles Selby, B Sc (Hon.), P Eng , J D
Charles Selby, B Sc (Hon.), P Eng , J DPresident
Mr. Selby holds a Bachelor of Science (Honors) degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Calgary. He is a Professional Engineer with 45 years of experience in the energy industry. Mr. Selby worked as a petroleum engineer and subsequently practiced law with two major Canadian law firms, specializing in securities, oil and natural gas and international financial transactions. Mr. Selby has over 30 years of experience in strategy and negotiations. As Vice President at Pengrowth Corporation he participated in more than 50 asset and corporate acquisitions and 25 equity and debt financings.
James S. Kinnear, B Sc., CFA, D. Comm (Hon.)
James S. Kinnear, B Sc., CFA, D. Comm (Hon.)Chairman
Mr. Kinnear graduated from the University of Toronto in 1969 with a BSc Degree, received a CFA designation in 1979 and worked in Toronto, Montreal and London, England. In 1988 Mr. Kinnear founded Pengrowth Energy Trust, which became Pengrowth Energy Corporation serving 20 years as Chairman and CEO and completing more than 50 acquisitions to grow the company to an enterprise value of ~$4.3 B.

Mark Colucci
Mark ColucciVP of Finance & Controller
Mr. Colucci began his career at Deloitte in the audit and assurance group and has worked in the energy industry since 2006. Mark is a Chartered Professional Accountant, a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting) from the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary.
Donna Wu-Facca
Donna Wu-FaccaManager - Facilities Engineering
Ms. Wu-Facca began her career as a regulatory technician and has worked in the oil and gas industry since 2002. Donna first attended the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology where she received her MET diploma, and subsequently obtained her chemical engineering degree from the University of Calgary in 2008. She’s had experience working at an EPCM, upstream, and midstream companies and is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).
Brandon Wuttunee-Campbell, 1st Class Power Engineer
Brandon Wuttunee-Campbell, 1st Class Power EngineerDirector, Plant & Facilities Operations
Mr. Wuttunee-Campbell has 19 years of front-line operations and maintenance experience at sweet and sour, upstream and midstream oil and gas facilities. He is holder of an ABSA recognized 1st Class Power Engineers Certificate and has 9 years’ experience at the Quirk Creek Gas Plant and Field.
Shari Harty
Shari HartyExecutive Assistant
Ms. Harty holds a paralegal certificate from Red Deer College, a management certificate from the University of Calgary and various certifications through the Canadian Securities Institute formerly acting as an information officer for the Alberta Securities Commission bringing regulatory and administrative support to CMC.

The Caledonian Team has deep operational and technical experience, organized to safely and effectively manage the company’s “Class One” sour gas facility at Quirk Creek, and sour gas and oil facilities at Moose Mountain and McLean Creek, while positioning Caledonian for new acquisitions, production growth and energy transition. Our core full-time operational team has approximately 25 field personnel supported by financial and administrative support including land financial modelling as well as technical experts including geoscientists and engineers with many years of foothills experience.

Technical Experts

Caledonian’s activities and planning are supported by senior team of financial and management experts, engineers, and geoscientists with many years of experience in the “disturbed belt” (foothills of the Canadian Rockies), that is the core of Caledonian’s activities.