Gordon E. Kaiser, FCIArb acts as an arbitrator in energy, telecommunication, transportation, construction and infrastructure disputes. He served as Vice Chairman of the Ontario Energy Board for six years and has advised the Alberta Utilities Commission on compliance procedures.
Mr. Kaiser has served as a sole Arbitrator, Chairman and Party Nominee in arbitrations on:
power purchase agreements
energy and infrastructure contracts
project finance and construction of power plants
gas pipeline facilities
He has also acted in disputes relating to telecommunication and transportation as well as technology, intellectual property, franchising, licensing and internet name disputes.
Mr. Kaiser is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London England, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the ADR Institute of Canada, the Canadian Transportation Agency Arbitration Panel, the ICC Canadian Arbitration Committee and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.
Mr. Kaiser serves on the energy and infrastructure panel at the JAMS Resolution Center in Toronto and Washington, the arbitration panel of the Energy Arbitration Chamber in Calgary and the Canadian Transportation Agency in Ottawa.
Arbitration in Calgary under the Alberta Rules between an electricity generator and its customers regarding the price of electricity under a 20 year Power Purchase Agreement
Arbitration in Calgary under the Alberta Rules regarding a gas producer and an electricity generator regarding the price of gas under a 20 year Gas Supply contract
Arbitration in Calgary regarding the damages relating to the use of defective materials in a natural gas drilling operation
Arbitration in Toronto under the Ontario Rules regarding an Internet name dispute and the non-competition provisions of a franchise agreement