Dawn Constantin is senior vice president of Marketing & Regulatory Affairs at BP Energy Co., based in Houston, Texas. In her role, Dawn leads the company’s Marketing and Regulatory Affairs teams. She is sought after internally and externally for her insights, often speaking at customer and industry events. Dawn is also an active mentor within the organization, sharing her time and advice formally and informally with up-and-coming employees.
Dawn’s Marketing team is responsible for the planning and execution of programs that position BP Energy Co. as a dynamic and trusted counterparty while also promoting customer excellence. Her Regulatory Affairs team advises on evolving policy developments that impact the marketing & trading businesses in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Dawn is a member of the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) Business Leadership Committee.
Dawn’s remit also includes acting as a liaison between BP’s marketing and trading organization and its Upstream and Downstream affiliates on flow assurance and strategic initiatives.
Prior to joining BP, Dawn spent four years with TransCanada PipeLines in Calgary, Alberta. She holds her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University). Dawn’s 20 years of experience in the energy industry has primarily focused on analytics and influencing corporate planning and strategy.
Dawn is an avid sports enthusiast, along with her husband and 10-year-old daughter.
About BP Energy Co.
BP Energy Co. is part of the BP p.l.c. group of companies. With a workforce of about 80,000 employees, BP operates globally, with business activities and customers in nearly 70 countries. BP generated a worldwide economic value of more than $225 billion in 2015.
BP’s marketing & trading function operates across all of BP’s businesses and provides the commercial face of BP to customers and to traded commodity and financial markets. Marketing & trading provides customers with energy products and risk management in the areas of oil, gas, power, natural gas liquids and chemicals.