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Atlantica Centre For Energy


The Atlantica Centre for Energy is dedicated to the sustainable growth and economic development of the regional energy sector. The Centre has expanded to include leading energy professionals, national and international organizations in Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador and Ontario.

The Centre serves as a bridge between organizations operating in the energy sector and the community to help realize opportunities associated with energy resources in Atlantic Canada and the American Northeast. It provides a meeting ground for government, the education and research sectors, and the community at large to foster partnerships and engage in energy-related issues. more

Upcoming Events

Category: Upcoming Events

Michael Binnion to deliver speech on hydraulic fracturing in New Brunswick, Friday October 30th.

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Category: Upcoming Events

Business Outlook Conference: The Future is Here

November 5, 2015, Saint John

APEC’s annual Business Outlook conference offers guidance to the business community about what lies ahead. It has engaging keynote speakers, an exclusive outlook for the region in 2016 and our industry panels will focus on how Atlantic Canadian companies are embracing innovation and technology to bridge the productivity gap. Frank McKenna will be giving the keynote address.


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The inaugural Natural Resources Magazine Industry Excellence Awards recognize excellence in the oil and gas, mining and renewable energy sectors across Atlantic Canada. 


Category: News

The viability of a multibillion-dollar LNG export terminal in Saint John hinges on the availability of a natural gas supply, says the president of Atlantica Centre for Energy.

A Bloomberg News report, citing an unnamed source, says that Repsol is considering building a US$2-billion plant in the Port City to export natural gas, as Europe seeks to reduce its dependence on Russia for the fuel. Telegraph Journal, May 22, 2014.


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