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    • Business Tip: Accounting QuickBooks Online ROCKS!

      by Tina Olivero

      At a time when companies are downsizing and looking to cut costs, every technological efficiency is welcome. The majority of small businesses are looking for faster, smarter business solutions especially where it counts the most – accounting solutions! That’s why cloud-based software catching on like wildfire. And why wouldn’t it, accounting in the clouds means […]

    • The Price of Oil US $50: Is it time to invest?

      by Tina Olivero

      Every smart investor knows that the time to buy is when the economy tanks, and there’s nowhere to go but up. That’s been the case in 2016 where in February the price of oil sank to an all-time low of US $27 a barrel. At that price, the industry went flat. This year, companies couldn’t […]

    • NOIA: Addresses Oil Industry Under Pressure

      by Tina Olivero

      The oil industry is under as much pressure as the oil they take out of the ground.  Industry is responding in new and creative ways. The Newfoundland Oil Industry Association (NOIA) in St. John’s, this week held it’s annual conference but it had a distinctly different conversation. The NOIA conference was less about vision, exploration […]

    • MEXICO ENERGY STAND: Transparency in Tendering

      by Tina Olivero

      Mexico has joined the ranks of countries which has embraced new safety and transparency measures in its operations in the energy sector by renewing its commitment to contribute positively to the domestic energy market. The New Reforms The new measures are being put in place by using absolute transparency in the tendering process which will […]

    • Nalcor Energy: CEO Stanley Marshall and the new interim board

      by Tina Olivero

      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 […]

    • Oil Price Roller Coaster 1946 – 2015

      by Tina Olivero

      The price of oil fluctuates. Its just that simple. When we realize that the long term oil price is volatile and disruptive we can then plan, modify and calculate our path through the many ups and downs of the industry. While there are many different ideas and theories about the price of oil the reality […]

    • Resilience in a Time of Oil Price Volatility

      by Andy Brogan

      Are we living in the new normal? There’s no shortage of speculation around the future price of oil from media and industry alike. Many believe the price slump, which began in mid-2014, could last for some time while others maintain a more optimistic outlook. But there is one thing most agree on: the price of […]

    • Talking Sustainability? Think Tax Incentives.

      by Chris Coben

      What company servicing Canada’s beleaguered oil and gas sector wouldn’t stand to benefit from a sizeable tax break just about now? Even rudimentary research and development work in most Canadian industries can qualify for the federal government’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development tax credit program, among other tax incentives. That’s why determining your company’s eligibility […]

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