Professional Biography


Keith F. Miller


Keith Miller's legal practice focuses primarily on public utility, energy and environmental regulation. He has extensive public hearing experience before the Alberta Utilities Commission (“AUC”) and its predecessor; the National Energy Board (“NEB”) and its successor, the Canada Energy Regulator (“CER”); the Alberta Energy Regulator (“AER”) and its predecessor, the Energy Resources Conservation Board (“ERCB”); other regulatory and administrative authorities in Alberta; the British Columbia Utilities Commission and regulatory authorities in other provinces.


Dalhousie University, B.Sc. 1975
Dalhousie University, LL.B. 1978

  • Completed the National Introductory Arbitration Course, ADR Institute of Canada, November 2015
  • Diploma in International Arbitration, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, July 2016
  • Completed the Communications in ADR Course, ADR Institute of Alberta, February 2020
  • Completed the National Introductory Mediation Course, ADR Institute of Canada, November 2020
  • Completed the Directors Education Program, Institute of Corporate Directors, November 2020

Bar Admission

Alberta 1979


  • Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration, FCIArb, International Arbitration, 2016
  • Qualified Arbitrator, Q.Arb, ADR Institute of Canada, Domestic Arbitration, 2016


Alberta Utilities Commission

Keith has appeared as counsel in numerous AUC hearings on behalf the Alberta Electric System Operator (“AESO”), including proceedings related to transmission system developments, the AESO’s transmission tariff, the AESO’s transmission loss factors rule and adjustments to the 2006-2016 loss factor charges, the development of a capacity market in Alberta, market power issues, and disputes by market participants regarding decisions made by the AESO.

Keith has represented clients in other matters related to electric and gas utility rate regulation, the development and regulation of retail gas and electric markets including retail tariff applications, electric transmission system tariff issues, and the Alberta Government’s electric transmission policy. He has complete familiarity with all aspects of the current structure and operation of the electric industry in Alberta, including the mandate and functions of the AESO and the Market Surveillance Administrator (“MSA”).


Keith has been recognized over a number of years in the following major publications that rank law firms and lawyers:

  • Chambers Global as a leading lawyer in Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory)
  • Chambers Canada as a leading lawyer in Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory) and Energy: Provincial Regulatory (Alberta)
  • The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a leading lawyer in Energy (Electricity) and Energy (Oil & Gas)
  • Best Lawyers in Canada in Energy Law, Energy Regulatory Law, Natural Resources Law and Oil & Gas Law
  • Lexpert/ROB Special Edition: Canada's Leading Energy Lawyers

Professional Activities

Keith is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and the Canadian Bar Association. He has authored and presented several papers for the Canadian Energy Law Foundation and served as a Director and Board Committee Member of Koch Pipelines Canada Ltd. from its inception to its disposition.