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Newfoundland and Labrador’s ‘Clean Oil’ in a Global Context

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The relative cleanliness of NL’s offshore oil is the key selling-point for the industry’s future in a low-carbon world. But does this argument hold up?

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Oil leaks a sign of bigger problems for N.L.

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Evidence of oil leaking into Port au Port Bay on Newfoundland’s west coast has intensified ongoing debate surrounding controversial oil development in this province and how it is impacting vulnerable ecosystems like the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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On the culture and consequences of climate change denial in Newfoundland and Labrador…

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No more Old Harry extensions for Corridor Resources

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Enough is enough, coalition tells Petroleum Board

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Series finale for Republic of Oil?

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Why Newfoundland and Labrador’s oil reserves may be left untapped

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On a Moroccan Roll

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How could a discovery beneath the seafloor of Atlantic Canada enable prospectors to locate oil in North Africa? It’s all thanks to our old friend, plate tectonics…

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This election could be our last chance

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Enough vague promises. This is our last chance to get something right.

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