Pembina is dedicated to the highest standards of corporate governance and stewardship in all aspects of our business. Strong governance is essential to operating our business effectively.
This page highlights our governance practices with a focus on sustainability. Further details on our approach to governance can be found on our governance page, sustainability page and in our information circular.
Pembina’s governance is implemented by our Board of Directors, four standing committees and our executive leadership through charters, mandates and policies. Our governance strategy is defined and implemented with a forward-looking vision focused on commitments to our four stakeholder groups – our customers, our investors, our employees and the communities where we operate.
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors oversee Pembina's corporate stewardship. The Board of Directors apply their significant business experience and judgement to make decisions in the best interest of Pembina stakeholders.
Diversity is important to our Board and to Pembina. The Board has a prudent mix of relevant skills and qualifications, including industry knowledge and experience, as well as a mix of age ranges and tenure, bringing diverse opinions to support balanced discussion and decision-making.
The Board has a written a diversity policy that serves as a framework for promoting diversity on the Board. In line with the objective of the Board Diversity Policy, the governance, nominating and corporate social responsibility committee aims to achieve diversity on the Board when identifying, selecting and recommending nominees for election to the Board, while balancing the need for a diverse mix of relevant skills, experience, and education for proper oversight, effective decision making and fulfilling its mandate.
Inclusion & Diversity
Pembina is committed to respecting human rights in its business and operations, regardless of geographical location. Our policy is informed by the principles of:
- The Universal Bill of Human Rights;
- The United Nations Univeral Declaration of Human Rights;
- The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights;
- The International Labor Organization’s Declaration of Foundational Principles and Rights at Work; and
- The Organization for Economic Development Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
View Pembina's Anti-Bribery policy.
Our executive compensation links corporate strategy, performance and compensation. This approach motivates our executives, rewards our shareholders and keeps the focus on our long-term success. Pembina's short-term incentive plan includes ESG metrics as a significant component. We believe that linking compensation to corporate performance on ESG factors aligns with long-term value creation and our stakeholders' interests