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Fairborne Energy Ltd (TSX: FEL), a Canada-based oil and natural gas company, has mailed an offer to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Grand Banks Energy Corporation (TSX V: GBE) (Grand Banks).
It is a rare combination and a remarkable fit coming at a critical juncture of Grand Banks own transformation, said Heine Askaer-Jensen, Grand Banks Chairman.
SINGAPORE, Apr 9, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - Grand Banks Yachts Limited ("Grand Banks" or the "Group") announced that it will unveil the Palm Beach GT50 - a sleeker, faster and fuel-efficient newly designed luxury yacht which has won major international awards - to Asian buyers at the April 11-14 2019 Singapore Yacht Show.
In the western North Atlantic Ocean, the porbeagle ranges from the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Canada, to the Gulf of Maine and rarely south to New Jersey (Castro, 2011).
But he also has a seemingly endless supply of traditional material: songs about the Grand Banks of Newfoundland; American Civil War battles; the streets of Belfast or Winnipeg; sheep shearers in Australia; emigration.
International Resource News-May 18, 2018--ION Geophysical launches new 2D multi-client program offshore Grand Banks in Canada
Which liner sank off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland in April 1912?
Forty years later, I'm lured by the sea again, this time as chef aboard the FA/ Sherman Zwicker, better known as Grand Banks. She's a restored 80-yearold fishing vessel that once traded cod and salt throughout the Americas, now moored in New York Harbor at Tribeca's Pier 25.
Add to that the challenging weather conditions on the Grand Banks and this would realistically have resulted in an inspection campaign spanning over the whole summer.
Through an entertaining tabloid-style presentation, readers will learn about what led Cabot to sail west, life on board ship, the mystery of his landing site on what is now Canada, the cod industry on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland and the fate of Cabot's unsuccessful second voyage.
One potential detour spot may be at the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, where the coastline takes a series of sharp turns.
But they were set to face the toughest part of the challenge first: crossing the Grand Banks, with more than 200 icebergs, legendary thick fogs and the risk of collision with whales and shipping.