Fifteen full time researchers at the Centre for Arctic Resource Development (CARD) in St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, are engaged in five research and development projects to address the challenges inherent in developing oil and gas projects in ice and iceberg-prone regions. Focused on ice mechanics, station keeping in ice and ice management, the four and five year projects address priorities identified in CARDS’s Arctic Development Roadmap, a gap-analysis that was designed to address Arctic challenges over a five to twenty-year horizon. To read the full article CLICK HERE.
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