15 Aug
Dr. Nathwani is from University of Waterloo while Dr. Tomblin is from Memorial University. More info on our website
15 Aug
We are also pleased to welcome two new Research Fellows. Dr. Jatin Nathwani and Dr. Stephen Tomblin.
15 Aug
Very pleased to welcome Dr. Van Lantz as a member of the Scientific Advisory Council. Expertise in economic impact and cost benefit analyses

In the News

Extent of Shale Gas Deposits Still a Question Mark

Friday, August 23, 2013 - Telegraph Journal

Forgive Adrian Park if he's slightly uncomfortable talking about his views on shale gas. The geologist and professor at the University of New Brunswick began seriously studying shale rock formations in New Brunswick about a decade ago, well before the polarizing debate over natural gas development took off.


Expert calls for more shale gas studies

Thursday, August 22, 2013 - Times & Transcript

A groundwater expert who supports shale gas development says there's one big problem with the burgeoning industry: Not enough studies have been done to determine if it's environmentally safe.


A Call to Action

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - Times & Transcript

As chairman of the New Brunswick Energy Institute, prominent Moncton-based environmental scientist Dr. Louis LaPierre has a strong message for New Brunswickers following a conference in Washington, DC organized by the United States' National Academy of Science.


Energy Institute Starts Work

Saturday, August 17, 2013 - Times & Transcript

Dr. Louis LaPierre's experience in Washington this week has convinced him shale gas exploration is not going away. The debate now, says the chairman of the newly founded New Brunswick Energy Institute, is how to ensure protections are in place and that independent scientific research strives to make the industry safer.