Articles by Natural Resources Magazine

Emera Inc.’s bid to supply Massachusetts with 1,000 megawatts of clean energy has fallen short—for now. The Halifax-based energy company announced in January that the state, led by Republican Governor Charlie Baker, had chosen Hydro-Quebec’s Northern Pass Transmission project as the successful bid in a …

For Statoil’s Tom McKeever it was almost a dream mission. Over a period of 18 days this spring, McKeever was the project manager of an international sea ice expedition that took place off the northeast coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. The purpose of the mission …

Not every country is blessed with a motherload of potash reserves. The reddish-coloured commodity that is primarily used as a crop nutrient has become extremely valuable as the world’s population, and appetite for food, grows. Canada and Russia are the potash producing kingpins. But there …

Vancouver-based miner has plan in place to produce from the Caribou zinc-lead-copper-gold mine again Vancouver-based Trevali Mining Corporation is looking to give the shuttered Caribou zinc-lead-copper-gold mine a new lease on life. The mine, located 50 kilometres west of Bathurst, New Brunswick in the northeastern …

Max Ruelokke, former CEO of the C-NLOPB, reveals why workers in Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil and gas industry are well served by the way safety is currently regulated Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil and gas safety regime has its detractors, but Max Ruelokke is …

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