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Group, Hearn said he still envisions a strong role for Imperial in the project.

``I think one way or another we're going to be involved ... We've got 40 per cent of the gas up there so we have a fairly large stake. How this thing gets constructed and put together and ultimately financed, I think that will sort itself out over time,'' Hearn said.

March, who will take over as CEO on March 31, is a native of Middleport, N.Y., and a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology. He joined Mobil Oil as a project engineer in 1980 and advanced through various management jobs.

In early 2007, March was named director of refining in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, for ExxonMobil Petroleum & Chemical BVBA in Brussels.

Regina-born Hearn, who spent more than four decades with Imperial, said he looks forward spending his retirement teaching at the University of Calgary, chairing the Calgary homeless foundation and participating in church-related activities.

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