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March 2017
  •  It was on the plane ride home to Moncton in 2007 that Maritime Hydraulic’s president and CEO Kim Carruthers started to worry about a deal he had just signed with ATP Oil and Gas [more...]
    It was on the plane ride home to Moncton in 2007 that Maritime Hydraulic’s president and CEO Kim Carruthers started to worry about a deal he had just signed with ATP Oil and Gas [more...]

Inside Nexen Energy’s East Coast offshore foray

Why the Calgary-based company decided to gamble on Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore

Will Hebron’s economic impact be long-lived?

Taking stock of Hebron’s impact on Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy

Two New Brunswick companies try to make a go of it in competitive offshore oil sector

With no offshore oil industry of its own, can New Brunswick firms still succeed in the competitive offshore oil game?

Emera’s looks to make a power play south of the border

The Halifax-based energy company kicked off 2017 with a bang when it announced in January it had launched a solicitation process for energy

BP Canada’s exploration plans in Nova Scotia go under the regulatory microscope

The company’s Scotian Basin Exploration Drilling Project proposes to drill up to seven exploration wells within four exploration licences it has in Nova Scotia over a three year period

Oil and gas industry expresses cautious optimism about prospects in 2017

Survey reveals oil and gas employers are upbeat, but aren’t expecting the boom times to return just yet

Why Newfoundland and Labrador launched an oil and gas advisory council

Siobhan Coady will chair the Newfoundland and Labrador oil and gas industry development council

Ex-Nova Scotia premier Darrell Dexter reflects on a program that ushered in a golden age of renewable energy

COMFIT was an idea we thought was pretty significant – encouraging community-based renewable energy projects

Infographic: The mining sector’s sizeable impact across Canada

For Newfoundland and Labrador, knowledge is power when it comes to the oil and gas industry

For a province that relies so heavily on the petroleum sector, we have a responsibility to be well versed on how the industry works in our community and how related public policy is formed

Why the East Coast’s offshore oil sector will rise again

Attending various oil and gas industry events often makes me feel like an advance scout on the front lines