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Noia ‘celebrates’ oil and gas week in NL

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Industry is telling your children oil has a bright future in the province

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West coast anti-fracking group renews call for province-wide ban

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Events in Stephenville, St. John’s and Moncton, N.B. this weekend renew call for permanent ban on fracking and shift of focus to clean, renewable energy

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The price of oil

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The First Rule of Petro-politics is you don’t let people talk about petro-politics

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ExxonMobil considering pitch from local company for Hebron work

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When news broke last week that the Marystown shipyard was unable to handle $100 million of work it was hoped to, the province was buzzing with questions like “why?” and “how?”. Now ExxonMobil is asking “where?” as it has launched a global search for a company that is able to take on the construction of one of the three Hebron modules. But the company is also confirming that a local company has come to the table with a new proposal, and that the new offer is being seriously considered. Read the article at CBC by clicking the link below. Source: CBC

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The election – 4 years ago

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The Independent roots through its archives to present the political scene just 4 years ago – on the eve of the 2007 election.

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