Tim Froude

When offshore project announcements come one at a time and years apart, it's easy to forget the overall size of the resource. This is a reminder.

Tim Froude

Does N.L. offshore have a viable future in a low-carbon world?

Has the opportunity to harness tidal power in the Bay of Fundy been swept out to sea?

Dr. Robert Greenwood on what new workforce realities mean for Atlantic Canada
On the job with a New Brunswick
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Let the hazing begin: Josée Tremblay on her new role at Suncor
Suncor's new vice president East Coast Canada Josée Tremblay talks about her new role and a newfound appreciation for fog
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Are oil and gas seismic surveys harming aquatic life in the East Coast’s waters?
Can science come to the rescue of marine seismic surveys?
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Why clear cutting forests could be a thing of the past on Nova Scotia’s Crown land
Why big changes are coming for Nova Scotia forestry management
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For Newfoundland and Labrador’s SubC Imaging, pictures tell thousands of words
For a Claenville company, images really are everything
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Ebb and Flow: Have business realities swamped Maritime tidal power dreams?
Has the opportunity to harness tidal power in the Bay of Fundy been swept out to sea?
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Publisher’s Note: Think AND, not OR
So much of what I see and read online about resource development seems to be positioned in conflict. It’s like a resource sector Game of Thrones: oil, gas, pipelines and mines versus hydroelectricity, tidal, wind and solar power. That type of battle is one that ...
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