Nikki Way

Nikki is a senior analyst for the Pembina Institute, Canada’s leading clean energy think tank. Formerly based in our Edmonton office, she now works out of Vancouver, continuing her work on fossil fuel development. Nikki is a graduate with distinction from the University of Alberta’s Environmental Studies program. She joined the Institute in 2015 and was a primary author for the Landowners' Guide to Oil and Gas Development, Pembina’s largest publication to date. Since then she has worked on topics concerning impacts of oil and gas development on Canadians, decarbonizing the fossil fuel industry in line with Canada’s climate goals, and addressing the oil and gas liability management problem in Alberta that contributes to a growing number of inactive and orphaned wells in the province.

Nikki is passionate about biking in almost every form (although only recently partial to road bikes), hiking and backcountry camping, and in her spare time she has attempted to teach herself guitar, ukulele and fiddle.


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