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Civil Engineering Technology (Co-op) [College of the North Atlantic, CNA]

Publisher: 
College of the North Atlantic
Year of publication: 
2019

Natural resource development projects (hydropower, oil and gas, mineral processing, etc.) will continue to create substantial employment opportunities for Civil Engineering Technology (Co-op) graduates. The Civil Engineering Technology (Co-op) program will enable graduates to play an important role in the professional team which is responsible for the translation of ideas into the finished product.

Chemical Process Engineering Technology (Co-op) [College of the North Atlantic, CNA]

Publisher: 
College of the North Atlantic

The program covers safe practices, process operations, Power (Stationary) Engineering Certification training, chemi- cal engineering principles and regulatory processes, process stream analysis, instrumentation and process control. Students will also acquire valuable work experience through the completion of two co-op work terms.

Petroleum Engineering Technology (Co-op) [College of the North Atlantic, CNA]

Publisher: 
College of the North Atlantic
Year of publication: 
2019

The reliance upon fossil fuels, particularly oil and gas, to supply Canada's growing industrial and domestic requirements has increased rapidly during the past decade. However, the increasing world demands for these fuels and the growing uncertainty of traditional sources of supply have intensified Canada’s commitment to become self sufficient in its fossil energy needs. With discoveries of new oil and gas resources, particularly along the east coast and in the Arctic regions, and with proper management and development policies, this goal may be attainable.

Occupational Competencies - PCP Program [Petroleum Services Association of Canada, PSAC]

Publisher: 
Petroleum Services Association of Canada

Launched by PSAC in 1995, the Petroleum Competency Program (PCP) is a groundbreaking initiative that certifies workers using a standard to determine the ability of a worker to perform specific activities to agreed-upon expectations. The program lists the tasks and skills involved in doing a job, describes their safe and effective application in typical working conditions and specifies the criteria that should be used to judge how a worker applies them.

Petroleum [Dalhousie University]

Publisher: 
Dalhousie University

Outlines information about the program, faculty, degree programs, and class descriptions.

Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities [Memorial University of Newfoundland, MUN]

Publisher: 
Memorial University of Newfoundland

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has standing expertise in the main disciplines of engineering (mechanical, civil, naval architecture, and electrical and computer engineering) as well as three chemical engineering faculty members with expertise in oil/gas processing, environmental operations, health and safety, and risk assessment. In addition, three Canada Research Chairs have been appointed in the areas of Reservoir Engineering; Reliability Engineering and Offshore Environmental Management; and Asset Integrity Management.

Offshore Oil and Gas Academic Programs [Memorial University of Newfoundland, MUN]

Publisher: 
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Outlines current career opportunities in the province regardin oil and gas and relevant courses offered.

New Brunswick Deposit Evaluation Program (NBDEP) [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources
Year of publication: 
2012

The New Brunswick Deposit Evaluation Program (NBDEP) is a financial assistance program to stimulate mineral exploration by providing up to 50% of eligible costs within prescribed limits.

New Brunswick Prospector Assistance Program (NBPAP) [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources
Year of publication: 
2012

NBPAP is a financial assistance program offered by Minerals, Policy and Planning Division (MPPD) of the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources (NBDNR). The program is for prospectors searching for metallic or industrial minerals (except aggregates) in the Province, who can receive up to: a maximum of $5,000 if the prospector does not have mineral claims at the time of application and a maximum of $15,000 if the prospector has existing mineral claims at the time of application.

New Brunswick Junior Mining Assistance Program (NBJMAP) [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources
Year of publication: 
2012

The New Brunswick Junior Mining Assistance Program (NBJMAP): Is a financial assistance program for private-sector Junior companies; provides up to 50% of eligible costs, within defined limits, for mineral exploration projects; and is intended to increase the probability of finding economically viable mineral resources in New Brunswick.

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