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Windsor Energy CEO Has Choice Words for NB

One company's decision to go ahead and conduct seismic testing in Sussex without waiting for the town's approval has become the latest flashpoint in the shale gas controversy. The company that carried out the tests was Seismotion, a sub-contractor for Windsor Energy. With all of the controversy and the Minister of Natural Resources taking a closer look at Windsor Energy's conduct, the company's president and CEO, Khalid Amin, expresses his thoughts about his company's experience in New Brunswick.

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