Wolf Midstream is a Calgary-based energy infrastructure company led by a focused team of industry veterans. The Wolf team has a proven track record in the execution of creative midstream solutions that benefit their customers.

Wolf invests in Western Canadian energy infrastructure. The company is backed by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (“CPPIB”), an investment management organization responsible for the investment of Canada Pension Plan (“CPP”) funds.

Wolf is in a unique position to respond to customers’ long term objectives, which includes on-going asset development and operational needs. Wolf’s investment horizon looks well beyond the quarterly results of public companies and trigger events required by private equity. Wolf is also flexible enough to create customer alignment through customized risk-sharing approaches.

Wolf’s comprehensive approach to health, safety, the environment, and regulatory compliance and its core focus on operations, translates into reliable service for customers.

“The development of assets under a well-funded, long-term vehicle, will offer midstream customers greater certainty as they grow their operations. We’re delighted to launch this vehicle with CPPIB. Given the long duration nature of midstream projects and the need for follow-on investment, CPPIB’s ability to provide long-term capital is appealing to producers seeking a stable midstream provider.” – Gord Salahor, CEO

About our Investor

“As a long-term investor, we see midstream as an attractive sector given the significant investment required in Western Canada to support growth in natural gas and natural gas liquids production in new areas. We are excited to work with Wolf management, who are highly experienced operators in the midstream sector with a proven track record.” – Avik Dey, Managing Director, Head of Natural Resources, CPPIB

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has over 1,000 employees and is headquartered in Toronto with offices in London, New York, Sao Paolo and Hong Kong. CPPIB is governed and managed independently of the CPP and at arm’s length from the government. CPP assets totalled C$283 billion at December 31, 2015 of which approximately C$117 billion was invested in private assets.