Greg Fuhr, P. Eng., ICD.D
Vice President Production, Mining
Syncrude Canada Ltd (Calgary, AB)
Greg Fuhr was appointed Vice President Production, Mining, for Syncrude Canada Ltd. in August 2012. In this role, he oversees Syncrude’s oil sands mining operations at its Mildred Lake and Aurora sites, as well as Syncrude’s lease development, closure and tailings operations. Greg is also a member of the company’s Aboriginal Relations Steering Committee, which guides and champions Syncrude’s strategies to ensure positive outcomes for its Aboriginal stakeholders, and is a Champion of Indigenous Works.
Prior to joining Syncrude, Greg had a 27-year career working with Sherritt International. As the company’s Senior Vice President, Greg led the exploration and feasibility study for the subsequent development of the Sulawesi Nickel Project in Indonesia and oversaw the development of the organization for the commissioning and operations of the $5.5 billion Ambatovy Nickel Project in Madagascar.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Alberta and is accredited by the Institute of Corporate Directors with an ICD.D designation. He is also a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.
Greg currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Northern Lights Health Foundation and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. He is Past Chair of the Coal Association of Canada and Past Member, Board of Directors, of the Alberta Chamber of Resources.