A look behind the scenes at Newfoundland's oil industry regulator

Within the last two years the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board has been in the public crosshairs over topics including safety, access to information and transparency. In a six-part series, The Telegram’s Ashley Fitzpatrick takes you inside the board, offering a closer look at the offshore regulator.

A look behind the scenes at Newfoundland's oil industry regulator
Ashley Fitzpatrick's six-part series on the offshore regulator.
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daniel
- December 31, 1969
- 19 h 00

how can we trust the accuracy of this information. when ever i believe what you guys say, i always regret it when the facts come to light. especially ashley fitz. make sure you read the previous storries your news paper puts out before you creat new ones the conflict with your previous crazp

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