July 2017

Development of White Rose satelitte oil field gives East Coast offshore sector a big boost

Can West White Rose put the boom back in Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil sector?

The Atlantic provinces slow march towards carbon pricing and what it means for the resource extraction sector

Inside Atlantic Canada’s mad scramble to put a price on carbon

Why the Maritimes is scrambling to find new supplies of natural gas

This site in Stewiacke, Nova Scotia could be storing as much as four billion cubic feet of natural gas in underground salt caverns by 2020, potentially reducing natural gas price volatility in the Maritimes. As local natural gas supplies dwindle, buyers and sellers in the Maritimes mull over their options In the summer of 2015, [...]

New Brunswick tries to ease the pain for electric vehicle owners

Will new infrastructure ease electrical vehicle drivers’ anxiety?

Newfoundland and Labrador’s next offshore oilfield is on the cusp of production

At long last, ExxonMobil’s Hebron project hits the home stretch

Why Pieridae Energy thinks a reverse takeover will get Goldboro LNG past the finish line

Goldboro LNG developer looks to get project to the finish line

Can a new owner make a go of it at the Dufferin gold mine?

Junior miner brings Nova Scotia gold mine back to life

Statoil’s Paul Fulton on what’s keeping its Bay du Nord discovery on the backburner: “The break-even price is still too high”

Paul Fulton preaches patience regarding Statoil’s East Coast ambitions

How Rutter Inc. is making waves in the offshore oil sector with radar technology

Rutter Inc.’s radar technology keeps it on the oil and gas industry’s rolodex

Why local content policies matter for Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil sector

Why local content policies matter in the oil and gas industry

Pardon me while I gloat

Hubert’s resourceful predictions proven right (just in time)