Our board of directors and management team are committed to high standards of ethical conduct and corporate governance as well as supporting Inter Pipeline's executive team as it works to become Canada's most respected and innovative energy infrastructure company.

How We Govern

Commitment to High Standards

We believe the board’s commitment to high standards of ethical conduct and corporate governance is essential to operating our business effectively. Inter Pipeline’s common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Our corporate governance practices and policies comply with the Canadian Securities Administrators’ (CSA) corporate governance guidelines, as well as the CSA’s rules relating to audit committees and the certification of financial information. Inter Pipeline’s approach to corporate governance is developed by the governance committee of the board, with the board having final approval of Inter Pipeline’s governance program.

The board of directors is composed of ten directors, nine of whom are independent. The board’s core responsibilities are to foster Inter Pipeline’s long–term success, to oversee our business and supervise management and to act honestly, in good faith and in the best interests of Inter Pipeline. In carrying out its mandate, the board of directors has established four committees: the Audit Committee, the Human Resources and Governance Committee, the Major Projects Committee and the Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S) Committee. Each of these committees aid the board in overseeing aspects of Inter Pipeline’s activities within their respective areas of expertise.

Board & Committee Charters

The following documents establish terms of reference for the board of directors and board committees of Inter Pipeline.

Board of Directors Charter

Board of Directors – Audit Committee Charter

Board of Directors – Human Resources and Governance Committee

Board of Directors – EH&S Committee Charter

Board of Directors – Major Projects Review Committee Charter

Inter Pipeline – Shareholder Rights Protection Plan

Chair of the Board

This document describes the duties and responsibilities of the chair of the board of Inter Pipeline.

Chair of the Board Role Description

Articles & By-laws

Certificate of  Amalgamation, Registration Statement and Articles of Amalgamation

General By-law – Amended and Restated By-law No. 1 


Inter Pipeline’s corporate policies provide guidance on how our employees and contractors interact with each other and our external stakeholders.

Inter Pipeline – Code of Ethics Policy

Inter Pipeline – Cybersecurity Policy

Inter Pipeline – Disclosure Policy

Inter Pipeline – Diversity Policy

Inter Pipeline – Shareholder Rights Protection Plan

Inter Pipeline – Environment, Health & Safety Policy

Inter Pipeline – Indigenous Policy

Inter Pipeline – Stakeholder Relations Policy

Inter Pipeline – Majority Voting Policy

Inter Pipeline – Respectful Workplace Policy

Whistleblower Policy

Inter Pipeline is committed to an environment where open, honest communications are the expectation, not the exception. Inter Pipeline and Inter Terminals employees, contractors and consultants are encouraged to approach supervisors or managers in instances where they believe violations of laws, policies or standards have occurred.

In situations where one might have concerns about violations contemplated under the Whistleblower Policy and prefer to place a report in confidence (or anonymously), individuals are encouraged to use the EthicsPoint website or hotline hosted by third-party provider, NAVEX Global.

WhistlerBlower Hotline by Country

Canada: 1-855-409-0971

Denmark: 001 8448488210

Sweden: 001 8448488213

Inter Pipeline – Whistleblower Policy