Standards of Conduct
Our Standards of Conduct for Providing Open Access Transmission and Interconnection Service ensure that our Transmission Function Employees operate independently from our Marketing Function Employees. With over 30 per cent of our revenue coming from exports, the Standards of Conduct also ensure that:
- all Transmission Customers are treated on a non-discriminatory basis; and
- our Transmission Function Employees operate in such a way that they do not preferentially benefit any Marketing Function Employees or Affiliates.
Standards of Conduct
Our Standards of Conduct for Providing Open Access Transmission and Interconnection Service (Standards of Conduct) provide detailed information regarding the rules governing the conduct of Manitoba Hydro’s Transmission Provider.
Our Standards of Conduct for Providing Open Access Transmission and Interconnection Service (Implementation Procedures) are current written procedures implementing the Standards in such detail as will enable customers to determine that we are in compliance with the requirements of the Standards of Conduct.
Our Affiliate that employs or retains Marketing Function Employees is:
Export Power Marketing
360 Portage Ave. (16)
Canada R3C 0G8
We don’t currently have any employee-staffed facilities that are shared by Transmission Function Employees and Marketing Function Employees.
Potential merger partners
We don’t currently have any potential merger partners that may employee or retain Marketing Function Employees under consideration.
Job titles and job descriptions
The job titles and concise summaries of the job descriptions, referred to as job summaries, for our Transmission Function Employees by division are:
Notice of Contemporaneous Disclosure
November 28, 2017
At 09:20 hours on November 28, 2017, a Manitoba Hydro (MH) System Operator inadvertently shared information regarding a short notice curtailment with a SaskPower Corporation (SPC) Marketer.
The MH System Operator meant to call the SPC Generation Desk to advise of the short notice curtailment, but by mistake called a SPC Marketer. The MH System Operator told the SPC Marketer that he was curtailing a tag due to a line trip and that he would be curtailing for the next few hours, until the line came back. It was at this time, that the SPC Marketer identified himself, told the MH System Operator to call the SPC Grid Control Centre, and gave him the correct phone number.
The MH System Operator did not tell the SPC Marketer which line had tripped and he immediately contacted his superior (Senior Power System Officer) to advise him of the inadvertent disclosure of the outage. The MH Senior Power System Officer contacted the MH Compliance Officer and provided both a verbal and written account of the disclosure.
An investigation is being conducted and corrective action will be taken.
Our Compliance Officer is Donna Paryniuk and her contact information is:
- Email Compliance Officer.
- Phone 204-360-3072.
- Manitoba Hydro
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
360 Portage Ave. (22)
Canada R3C 0G8.
If, for any reason, the Compliance Officer is not available for a period of time, the duties fall upon the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary.