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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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Annette Verschuren says she is working on bringing bright ideas back home to Nova Scotia.

The Cape Breton native, now the CEO of NRStor Inc., a developer of energy storage projects, said the Toronto company is eyeing opportunities in the province. The Chronicle Herald, April 16, 2014

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Forent Energy Ltd. isn’t renewing its licence to explore for oil and gas on the Alton block in Colchester County.

“The message is ‘not right now,’” said Forent president and chief executive officer Richard Wade in an interview Tuesday from the company’s Calgary headquarters. The Los Angeles Times, April 16, 2014

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Colleen Mitchell is preparing for a busy year.

The new president of the Atlantica Centre for Energy says the group is putting particular focus on New Brunswick in 2014 as the government remains focused on resource development. Telegraph Journal, April 2, 2014

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