Rob Booker, Chief Executive Officer
Rob Booker has been CEO since early 2020. Key priorities during his tenure to date have been to envision and lay the groundwork for the terminal’s future in a low-carbon economy – including successful pursuit of $75 million in National Trade Corridors Funding for its Berth Two Beyond Carbon – and the strengthening of relationships with Indigenous partners and the broader community. A geologist by training, Rob previously served as senior vice president of a major Vancouver bulk marine terminal and has led multiple multi-million-dollar capital projects.
Dan Woznow, Senior Vice President, Business Diversification
Dan Woznow joined Trigon in early 2023 to accelerate its business diversification strategy, focusing on low-carbon opportunities. He is in active dialogue with a diversity of potential business partners, in both energy-producing regions in Western Canada and key import markets in the Asia-Pacific, focusing on transformative supply-chain-development opportunities. With more than 25 years of technical and commercial expertise, Dan previously had an instrumental role in the successful launch of a new liquid-exports marine terminal facility in British Columbia.
Cordell Dixon, Vice President, Finance
Cordell Dixon joined Trigon (then Ridley Terminals Inc.) in 2007 as Controller and became Vice President Finance in 2018. With responsibilities encompassing financial analysis, internal analysis, and compliance and reporting, he has played a key role in financing arrangements associated with the company’s privatization and with its ongoing expansion and business diversification strategy. A certified management accountant, Cordell began his now nearly 30-year-long accounting and financial career in the forest-products industry.
Hasan Yahya, Director of Engineering and Environment
Hasan Yahya joined Trigon in late 2020 to focus on infrastructure development to capture low-carbon export opportunities. He was part of the team that worked with Transport Canada on Trigon’s successful application for $75 million in National Trade Corridors Funding. Hasan remains the Project Champion for Berth Two Beyond Carbon, including active engagement with the Prince Rupert Port Authority on associated handling and storage infrastructure. He has more than 20 years of experience in the manufacturing sector and in project management. Prior to joining Trigon Hasan was the Director of Engineering for the North American operations of a large steel company.