It was while attending the annual CORE Energy Conference in Halifax back in the fall of 2014 that I got the first official word on what the future held for ExxonMobil Canada’s Sable Offshore Energy Project. [more...]
It was while attending the annual CORE Energy Conference in Halifax back in the fall of 2014 that I got the first official word on what the future held for ExxonMobil Canada’s Sable Offshore Energy Project. [more...]
Trevali Mining Corporation is bullish about its business heading into 2018, and its Caribou zinc-lead-silver mine in Bathurst, New Brunswick is a big reason why.  The Vancouver-based miner’s enthusiasm comes after a 2017 that Trevali president and CEO Mark Cruise calls “transformative.” The company achieved [more...]
Trevali Mining Corporation is bullish about its business heading into 2018, and its Caribou zinc-lead-silver mine in Bathurst, New Brunswick is a big reason why. The Vancouver-based miner’s enthusiasm comes after a 2017 that Trevali president and CEO Mark Cruise calls “transformative.” The company achieved [more...]
He’s always loved aviation. Growing up in Calgary he got his private pilot’s licence while he was still in high school. But then a friend showed him the concept of mounting a sensor to a radio-controlled multirotor, an unmanned aerial vehicle, commonly known as a drone, and the entrepreneurial  [more...]
He’s always loved aviation. Growing up in Calgary he got his private pilot’s licence while he was still in high school. But then a friend showed him the concept of mounting a sensor to a radio-controlled multirotor, an unmanned aerial vehicle, commonly known as a drone, and the entrepreneurial [more...]

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