The price of oil impacts the entire world. As the number one commodity on the planet we are subject to oil price volatility. Drastic fluctuations make it a business that requires strategic infrastructure to support it. Recognizing the downfalls in the oil and gas economic cycles countries are focusing more on regionalized energy independence and […]
April 2016 saw a turning point in Herbert Stanley Marshall’s career and also a turning point for Newfoundland and Labrador’s energy history. Newly appointed Nalcor Energy CEO Stan Marshall, now in his mid-60s, has opted to postpone retirement and take on one of the greatest challenges in provincial history: accountability for leading the team that will […]
Nalcor Energy is a crown corporation owned by the people of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Nalcor base of business expands into a broad range of energy sectors that are guided by a long-term energy plan. This energy plan is a futuristic and forward-thinking plan created by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Did the Nalcor long-term […]
With all the drama and negativity in the news these days it’s really hard to believe what you watch on TV as being the “truth”. My life doesn’t look like that. Does yours? The news is saturated in sensationalism. It’s a sponge for controversial topics. It has a never-ending hunger of demise that feeds on […]
Planned STOs (shutdowns, turnarounds and outages) are often scheduled for preventative maintenance and new equipment installation that must be performed to keep a plant running and in regulatory compliance. To minimize production downtime, this work must be completed within a very tight time frame. As such, STOs are often feats of engineering, planning and coordination […]
Gerald Anderson was born in the community of L’Anse aux Meadows on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador - population today 16. A beneficiary of Nunatsiavut, Gerald’s family roots go back to Makkovik, Labrador. A graduate of Memorial University, Gerald started his career in the fishing industry, later working with the federal government,…
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As Project Manager with Ocean Management & Trading and its affiliated companies, Casidhe is responsible for local/international business and project development. He has worked across a wide range of marine, mining, fishing, and oil & gas industry projects. This work has taken him to the Arctic, throughout Europe, and China. Born and educated in St.…
Varun is a 2015 MPA student concentrating in Energy at Columbia University. Previously, he worked as a Senior Associate in KPMG's Climate Change and Sustainability practice, where his engagements included sustainable supply chain management, energy efficiency and environmental due diligence. Varun also has experience in financial services on Wall Street, where he focused on foreign…
With all the drama and negativity in the news these days it’s really hard to believe what you watch on TV as being the “truth”. My life doesn't look like that. Does yours? The news is saturated in sensationalism. It’s a sponge for controversial topics. It has a never-ending hunger of demise that feeds on…
With a global audience of some 7,000 professionals from more than 72 countries, ACE is one of the most prestigious events for the geosciences community with a tradition of delivering an exceptionally strong, juried technical program, state-of-the-art technology displays and networking activities tha...
When: June 19, 2016 to June 22, 2016
Where: BMO Centre at Stampede Park
From October 14-16, 2015, leaders from government, industry, business and First Nations will gather at the Vancouver Convention Centre for the third annual International LNG in BC Conference: Clean Energy. Reliable Partner. The event showcases what British Columbia has to offer and helps move the...View tradeshow photos