Few people have the depth of experience in the province’s energy policy and history than does Cabot Martin.
From the mind-1970s until the early 1990s Martin was a senior advisor to the provincial government. He was part of the team that negotiated the 1985 Atlantic Accord and negotiated the Hibernia agreement. Since leaving government Martin has continued to be heavily involved in the province’s oil and gas industry.
Martin released commentary on Friday on the provincial government’s recent paper that dismissed natural gas as a viable alternative to Muskrat Falls. For those who want to go back a bit, Martin also delivered a presentation to the public utilities board.