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Current Max
Regular
Self-serve is

165.3

Current Max
ultra-low sulphur diesel
Self-serve is

204.7

Current Max
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oil

177.0

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Board Members

Stephanie WilsonActing Chairperson
Stephanie Wilson, BScE

Stephanie Wilson was appointed as a member of the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board in 2022.
 
Over her 25-year career in the energy sector, Ms. Wilson has held a variety of roles in operations, engineering, project management and commercial activities. After graduating from the University of New Brunswick, she began her career with NB Power in the generation group and followed in roles with TC Energy in pipeline integrity and power project development, construction, and maintenance. Prior to joining the Board, Ms. Wilson held responsibilities within TC Energy for commercial and business development activities for its Mexico natural gas pipeline systems and most recently in Canada for its Canadian natural gas pipeline systems.
 
Ms. Wilson is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick, the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals, and of CAMPUT.

Heather BlackMember
Heather Black, BBA, LLB

Heather Black was appointed as a member of the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board in 2022.
 
Ms. Black spent her early career practicing corporate, commercial and energy law in Fredericton.  She was a partner in a regional law firm until 2014, when she was appointed as New Brunswick’s Public Intervener for the Energy Sector.  As Public Intervener, she advocated on behalf of the public interest in all energy-related proceedings of the Board. 
 
Ms. Black is the Chair of the New Brunswick Law Foundation.  She has previously served on the Executive Committee of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and as a member of the Board of the New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission. 
 
Ms. Black is a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals, and of CAMPUT. 

Christopher StewartMember
Christopher Stewart, BEd (Hons.), LLB

Christopher Stewart was appointed to the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board in 2022.
 
Prior to joining the Board, Mr. Stewart was a senior partner with the law firm Stewart McKelvey, having spent 33 years with that firm in its Saint John and Moncton offices, with an energy development and regulatory practice and worked extensively in the area of municipal law and other administrative law fields, as well as a general litigation practice.
 
Mr. Stewart has been involved with in the community with various organizations over the years, including serving on the Boards of Greater Moncton’s economic development agency 3Plus and the Shediac Bay Yacht Club.
 
Mr. Stewart is a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, a member of the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals and of CAMPUT.