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Tuesday, Apr 20th, 2021

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Noia Remembers Flight 491

On March 12, 2009, Flight 491 crashed in the waters off Newfoundland and Labrador, resulting in the loss of 17 of the 18 people onboard. Today Noia remembers these victims, as well as the family and friends who lost a loved one that day. “The tragedy of Flight 491 has had a profound affect upon […]

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Session Topics Announced for Noia Conference

This year’s Noia Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition, themed Our Offshore – Our Opportunity, will include engaging sessions relevant to current operation of the industry and Noia members who are diligently involved in supporting and growing our offshore. Our Offshore – Our Opportunity Session One Energy & the Environment: An Offshore Perspective Session Two […]

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Noia Fall Seminar Drills Down on Future Opportunities

The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia) hosted its annual Fall Seminar today at the St. John’s Convention Centre. Themed Drilling Down for Future Opportunities, the focus for this year was advancing the offshore industry through exploration drilling activities. The morning kicked off with an industry overview by Jim Keating, Executive Vice […]

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Fall Seminar 2019 Agenda and Media Registration

For over 20 years Noia’s Fall Seminar has offered a program that focuses on emerging issues and opportunities related to the offshore oil & gas industry, as well as innovative solutions to grow the industry for Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada. On October 10, industry leaders will gather at the St. John’s Convention Centre for […]

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Noia CEO Highlights to Standing Senate Committee the Need for Competitive Regulation

Noia CEO Charlene Johnson appeared before the Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources today to outline concerns of Noia members regarding Bill C-69. During her appearance before the Committee, Johnson provided results of an analysis by Wood Mackenzie of the environmental approval process for Newfoundland and Labrador compared to other jurisdictions. […]

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