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Elizabeth MacDonald
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Premier Kathy Dunderdale, Natural Resources minister Derrick Dalley and Placentia-St. Mary’s MHA Felix Collins were in Placentia Oct. 10 to announce an agreement to advance the development of the White Rose Extension Project. Plans include constructing a graving dock facility complete with gates to be built in Argentia. The project is a joint venture between Husky Energy, Suncor Energy and Nalcor Energy and is expected to bring the province approximately $3-billion in royalties, return on investment and corporate income tax. Signing the agreement are (l-r) vice president of Husky’s Atlantic Region, Malcolm Maclean, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale, Sandy Martin east coast vice president of Suncor Energy and Ed Martin, president and CEO of Nalcor Energy. 

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Premier Kathy Dunderdale, Natural Resources minister Derrick Dalley and Placentia-St. Mary’s MHA Felix Collins were in Placentia Oct. 10 to announce an agreement to advance the development of the White Rose Extension Project. Plans include constructing a graving dock facility complete with gates to be built in Argentia. The project is a joint venture between Husky Energy, Suncor Energy and Nalcor Energy and is expected to bring the province approximately $3-billion in royalties, return on investment and corporate income tax. Signing the agreement are (l-r) vice president of Husky’s Atlantic Region, Malcolm Maclean, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale, Sandy Martin east coast vice president of Suncor Energy and Ed Martin, president and CEO of Nalcor Energy. For more photos and a story on the project, please visit our website at www.thecharter.ca, or see next week’s edition of The Charter.

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