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October 16-18, 2019 - Halifax Convention Centre - Halifax, Nova Scotia
Marine Renewables Canada, The Maritimes Energy Association, and the Offshore Energy Research Association are proud to be partnering on a unique, all-energy event for the first time – energy3: Canada’s Energy Conference.
energy3 is a three-day conference and trade exhibition focused on Canada’s energy industry, putting the spotlight on our strengths, challenges and opportunities. Canada has abundant energy resources – many of them largely untapped. As the world moves towards a low carbon economy, Canada’s energy sector can play a significant leadership role. A strategic effort in balancing traditional energy resource development with established and emerging renewable energy sources, along with adoption of clean technologies across the sector, can lead to both economic and environmental benefits for Canadians.
For more information, please visit www.energy3canada.com.
October 24, 25 & 26, 2019
New Cohort Registration Now Available - REGISTER NOW at info@AtlanticaEnergy.org
Energy Fundamentals for Leaders is designed for professionals, leaders, and managers at all career levels, who work directly or indirectly in the energy sector. Business development professionals, business owners, project managers, planners, facility or plant managers, health, safety & environment or sustainability managers, engineers, energy analysts, and management consultants will benefit from this program.
The Atlantica Centre for Energy today released results of third-party, independent polling indicating support for natural gas development in New Brunswick has risen dramatically across the province.
For over 15 years The Atlantica Centre for Energy has assessed the potential of the energy sector in the Maritimes, and specifically here in New Brunswick. Over this period there have been some projects with great potential and some long shots, but all had one thing in common: they had an intrinsic reason for being located in New Brunswick. We call that a natural competitive advantage for New Brunswick, some reason for locating here that other regions don’t share or can’t replicate.
The Globe and Mail, Byline: Konrad Yakabuski
Quick, which Canadian province is the country’s most hard-up?
While Newfoundland and Labrador fell the furthest, fastest after its oil boom went bust, New Brunswick’s inexorable demographic decline makes it at least an equal contender for that dubious distinction.
In December 2014 over $500 million of investment in natural gas development in New Brunswick came to a standstill. The government effectively announced an end to existing development as well as any new prospects.