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Introduction à l’industrie du pétrole et du gaz du (N-B)

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New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, New Brunswick

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L’histoire géologique du Nouveau-Brunswick a façonné nos paysages, nos communautés et notre économie. La province telle que nous la connaissons s’est formée au cours du dernier milliard d’années sous l’effet du mouvement des continents, des changements climatiques et de processus géologiques complexes. Voyagez à travers le temps géologique et découvrez l’influence qu’ont sur nos vies les magnifiques roches sous nos pieds.
Introduction to New Brunswick’s Oil & Gas Industry
A geological introduction to non-renewable resources, in particular, the fossil fuels: oil and natural gas.
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Lesson Plan: Introduction to New Brunswick’s Oil & Gas Industry
A geological introduction to non-renewable resources, in particular, the fossil fuels: oil and natural gas.
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Weldon, New Brunswick
Oil pump jack at roadside
photograph: Weldon, New Brunswick, 2012. Oil was discovered near Moncton in 1859. The Stoney Creek oil and gas field was discovered 50 years later in 1909. The Village of Weldon exhibits an oil pump jack at a roadside picnic stop.

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Pouring Nitroglycerine into Torpedo Shell; Preparating to Shoot an Oil Well, Maritime Oilfields Limited, Moncton, New Brunswick
Two men pour nitroglycerine into torpedo shell
photograph: Pouring Nitroglycerine into Torpedo Shell; Preparating to Shoot an Oil Well, Maritime Oilfields Limited, Moncton, New Brunswick, c. 1920. Oil was discovered near Moncton in 1859. The Stoney Creek oil and gas field was discovered 50 years later in 1909.

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Flow of Oil After Shot, Well No. 10, Maritime Oilfields Limited, Moncton, New Brunswick
Black and white photograph of oil flow after a strike
photograph: Flow of Oil After Shot, Well No. 10, Maritime Oilfields Limited, Moncton, New Brunswick, c. 1920. Oil was discovered near Moncton in 1859. The Stoney Creek oil and gas field was discovered 50 years later in 1909. Image shows the flow of Oil After Shot, Well No. 10, Maritime Oilfields Limited, Moncton, New Brunswick.

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Albert Formation, Part I
Dr. David Keighley Department of Earth Sciences University of New Brunswick, Fredericton
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Résultats d’apprentissage :

1. Explorer un problème local ou régional, ou plusieurs, dans l’optique des incidences (p. ex. l’industrie pétrolière et gazière) sur l’environnement, l’histoire, l’économie et les systèmes sociaux.
2. Avoir un aperçu des ressources énergétiques, renouvelables ou non, du Nouveau-Brunswick.
3. Décrire l’utilisation de l’énergie au Nouveau-Brunswick, son impact environnemental et les facteurs qui pourraient influencer son avenir.