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Williston Basin Conference preparing for its return to Regina

Williston Basin Conference preparing for its return to Regina

Event will take place May 17 and 18 and offer plenty of information on the oil and gas sector.
Saskatchewan’s April oil and gas public offering raises $19.3 million

Saskatchewan’s April oil and gas public offering raises $19.3 million

Estevan-Weyburn area generated the most interest
February’s oil and gas public offering raises more than $6.1 million

February’s oil and gas public offering raises more than $6.1 million

Seventy-five parcels received acceptable bids
Sask groups ask for delay to electric vehicle tax

Sask groups ask for delay to electric vehicle tax

Electric vehicle drivers currently do not contribute directly to roads and highway maintenance through the provincial fuel tax.
Colleges get set to train Canada’s green workforce

Colleges get set to train Canada’s green workforce

There are at least 343 post-secondary programs in Canada that incorporate climate change in their curriculum
December oil and gas public offering raises $1.4 million in revenue

December oil and gas public offering raises $1.4 million in revenue

The southeast region generated the most interest with more than $900,000
Power purchase agreement signed for new flare gas-to-power facility

Power purchase agreement signed for new flare gas-to-power facility

Facility would be largest of its kind in Saskatchewan
Energy Minister Eyre worries about too swift a green transition

Energy Minister Eyre worries about too swift a green transition

Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources believes that the energy sector is a lot stronger than it was a year ago.
Minister Eyre sees bright future for Saskatchewan's Mining Industry

Minister Eyre sees bright future for Saskatchewan's Mining Industry

Potash has played a leading role for 60 years in our economy, so it’s obviously a key economic sector.
Saskatchewan government touts small modular reactors after COP26

Saskatchewan government touts small modular reactors after COP26

Researchers say there's little doubt nuclear power will play a role in a low emissions future, but unknowns like public opinion may complicate matters.