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LaPierre To Speak At U.S. Science Academy
A year after he led public consultations on proposed regulations for New Brunswick's fledgling shale gas industry, Dr. LaPierre has been asked to make a presentation to a workshop of the prestigious National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.
Shale Gas Panel To Pioneer Groundwater Monitoring
New Brunswick's newly established energy institute is aiming to pioneer a ground water monitoring system that tests for hydraulic fracturiing fluid in the water table at various depths - cutting edge technology currently unavailable to regulate shale gas development, said the institute's first chairman.
Let Researchers Lead The Debate
The Alward government has appointed a "who's who" list of energy and environmental researchers to a new research institute.