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ClearStream announces leadership changes

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Barry Card, ClearStream's Chief Commercial Officer, has been named as the company's interim Chief Executive Officer by the Board of Directors.

CALGARY — On Mar. 7, ClearStream Energy Services Inc. announced that Yves Paletta has stepped down as Chief Executive Officer to pursue other opportunities. Barry Card, ClearStream’s Chief Commercial Officer, has been named as the company’s interim Chief Executive Officer by the Board of Directors. Mr. Card has been with the company since 2016 and brings leadership experience.

“On behalf of the Board of Directors and ClearStream, I would like to thank Yves for his dedicated service and commitment to the company over the past four years. He led ClearStream through a difficult energy market, which was made worse by the arrival of the global pandemic in early 2020. We wish him continued success in his future endeavours,” said Sean McMaster, Chairman of the Board of Directors.

“The continued recovery in energy markets following the global pandemic is providing strong fundamentals for ClearStream’s served markets. The Board of Directors believes that Barry has the right mix of skill and experience to lead ClearStream going forward,” added Mr. McMaster.

Barry Card has experience in the provision of maintenance and construction services to the energy and industrial markets. Barry joined ClearStream in 2016 as Vice President, Market Development and was promoted to Senior Vice President, Business Development in 2017 and Chief Commercial Officer in 2018. As Chief Commercial Officer, he oversaw ClearStream’s business and community development, and market strategies. In late 2021, his responsibilities were expanded to included environmental and project services.


Mr. Card holds an Advanced Executive Management Certificate from Queen’s University, and an Advanced Bachelor of Management degree from the University of Lethbridge.


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