Can science come to the rescue of marine seismic surveys?

Tim Froude

How Kim Keating and other women are making their mark on Atlantic Canada's petroleum scene

U.S. tariffs take their toll on the
New Brunswick forestry business

Inside Big Oil's exploration plans
for Newfoundland's offshore

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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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Is Atlantic Canada ready for deep water development in the Flemish Pass?
How Newfoundland and Labrador know-how will be critical to ensuring Equinor’s Bay du Nord oil discovery is developed
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Why Stan Marshall answered a call for duty (and became our 2019 Industry Person of the Year)
Stan Marshall was asked to lead Muskrat Falls out of the abyss. He didn’t hesitate to jump in.
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Cooke Aquaculture, J.D. Irving headline our roster of 2019 Industry Excellence Award winners
Cooke Aquaculture has seafood sites across the world, including this enclosure at Cooke’s sea site in Sugarloaf, Newfoundland and Labrador. (Photo courtesy of Cooke Aquaculture) The business world is competitive. Companies are constantly vying to win the favour of customers and shareholders in order to ...
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Can a New Brunswick mine’s sudden production woes be solved?
Geotechnical issues downgrade production at Caribou mine According to an October 2018 press release, “challenging hanging wall rock mass conditions” have forced Trevali Mining Corporation to slow zinc and lead production at its Caribou mine in Bathurst, New Brunswick. A hanging wall rock mass is ...
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Junior miner’s latest drilling results help advance promising gold property in Atlantic Canada
Marathon Gold slowly advances Valentine Lake project
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