East Canada stays the course in navigating offshore development ///

As a new day dawns along Canada’s eastern maritime coastline, the sun rises above the horizon, and sunlight streams through the narrow neck of the channel leading to the harbor at St. John’s, Newfoundland, flooding the area with a golden glow, Fig. 1. Following the golden path into the harbor is a large workboat returning from ferrying equipment and supplies to one of several major offshore installations. Yet another workboat is about to edge away from the docks, ready to bring more supplies to sustain oil and gas production in one of the industry’s more challenging environments.

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