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The Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame is proud to announce it's new inductees for 2012.
Five men who have each made their marks on the Canadian energy landscape will be honoured this fall by the Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame.
The five individuals, drawn from diverse corners of the oil and gas industry, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame Oct. 4 at a gala dinner in Edmonton.
The 2012 inductees include Hal Kvisle, Roger Soucy, Doug Ramsay, P. John Aldred and Robert Fitzsimmons.
"These men, each in their own fashion, have contributed significantly to the overall success of our sector," noted Hall of Fame chairman Bill Whitelaw. "They're great examples of how leadership, passion and drive can define an industry's essence."
This year's inductees join more than 125 men and women honoured since the Hall launched 16 years ago.
"Our goal with the induction process is to help people understand that an industry's success is often based on individual vision, innovation and creativity across many fronts. The Canadian petroleum industry is world-class and our inductees are of global calibre."
This year's inductees come from the pipeline sector, the service and supply sector and the oilsands sector. Below are brief profiles of each:
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