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In 2014, as oil prices were in a seemingly endless upward trajectory, St. John’s-based Talon Energy Services was so busy trying to manage its growth that it didn’t have time to recognize that supply and demand [more...]
In 2014, as oil prices were in a seemingly endless upward trajectory, St. John’s-based Talon Energy Services was so busy trying to manage its growth that it didn’t have time to recognize that supply and demand [more...]
In its 2016 first quarter update, Corridor Resources Inc. used about as strong language as a company can in a corporate press release to express concern about the limbo it finds itself in regarding Exploration Licence  [more...]
In its 2016 first quarter update, Corridor Resources Inc. used about as strong language as a company can in a corporate press release to express concern about the limbo it finds itself in regarding Exploration Licence [more...]
IN 2014 Cliffs Natural Resources closed Wabush Mines in Labrador. It’s sat idle ever since. But Tom Clarke is working to [more...]
IN 2014 Cliffs Natural Resources closed Wabush Mines in Labrador. It’s sat idle ever since. But Tom Clarke is working to [more...]

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  • Shell Canada says drilling sidetrack well in Nova Scotia waters no big deal
    On Monday, I blogged about Shell Canada’s current Nova Scotia offshore exploration program and the progress (and problems) the company has faced there. In that blog, I wrote about Shell having to drill a sidetrack well at the site where it has spent several months drilling an exploration well called Cheshire L-97. I also mentioned that a ...