Water Quality Study Released
Fredericton, NB —– A major research project on surface water conditions in areas of New Brunswick with the highest potential for shale gas development was released today by the New Brunswick Energy Institute and the Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI), the New Brunswick based group that carried out the study. Gambling has never been so exciting as with starburst slot game. Just in a few minutes and in a few clicks and you are already there, in the world of easy money and fun!
Major Water Well Quality Study Released
A major study on the assessment of private well water in areas of potential shale gas development has been completed; the first of its kind in New Brunswick.
Energy Institute releases interim report on domestic well water
The New Brunswick Energy Institute in conjunction with the University of New Brunswick have released an interim report on the baseline groundwater quality study that is being carried out in parts of Kent County and Sussex, two areas of potential shale gas development.
NB Energy Institute Releases First Scientific Study
The first research project funded by the New Brunswick Energy Institute and carried out by the Canadian Rivers Institute has been finalized and released for public consumption.