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EASTERN CANADA’S LARGEST OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY EVENT A SUCCESS

by wade on June 23, 2014

The mood was upbeat at Noia’s 30th annual international conference last week (June 17-20) as more than 1,000 delegates were in attendance to celebrate Newfoundland and Labrador's petroleum industry and its potential for growth. Known as Eastern Canada’s largest oil and gas industry event, the conference included presentations by senior industry players. The Honourable Tom Marshall, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador opened the conference with a keynote address.
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RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND THE PROVINCIAL ECONOMY

by wade on May 26, 2014

(Executive Council; 9 May 2014) The Honourable Tom Marshall, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, led a provincial delegation to the annual Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas, this week. Read more.

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PREMIER LEADS DELEGATION TO OTC 2014 IN HOUSTON

by wade on May 5, 2014

(St. John's, NL; May 5, 2014)  Tom Marshall, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, is leading the provincial delegation to the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, this week, May 5-8. A total of 150 delegates representing 75 companies from the province are participating in this year’s conference at the Reliant Center.   Read more.

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NEW MULTIPLEXER TECHNOLOGY FROM SUBC

by wade on April 22, 2014

SubC Imaging of Clarenville has announced the release of its latest immersive imaging technology. The SubC Isopod – HD 3D Mux is a state-of-the-art multiplexer capable of transmitting two HD videos. It also has a Tri-level sync for 3D operation.The Isopod also multiplexes two RS232 signals and two RS485 signals.   Read more.

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EXXONMOBILE ISSUES CALL FOR EOI FOR SOEP ABANDONMENT

by wade on March 4, 2014

(Halifax, NS,  3 March 2014) ExxonMobil is seeking expressions of interest for abandoning the Sable Offshore Energy Project but doesn’t know when that might happen.

“We expect well (plug and abandonment) planning work to begin in 2015,” company spokesman Merle MacIsaac said in an interview Friday.
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