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Registrations now accepted for Sask Oil and Gas Show

The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show announced that attendee registration is now officially open for the 20th biennial event, slated to take place from June 4-6 in Weyburn.

WEYBURN – The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show has announced that attendee registration is now officially open for the 20th biennial event, slated to take place from June 4-6 at the Weyburn Exhibition Grounds.

Attendees can secure their tickets by visiting the official event website at

This year’s event promises an exciting lineup of activities, including keynote speeches from distinguished guests, such as former prime minister Stephen Harper, who will be addressing attendees at the industry luncheon on June 6.

Additionally, Tyler Smith, a survivor of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash and mental health advocate, will share his inspirational journey during the Safety Stand Down breakfast on Thursday morning.

“We are honoured to welcome such esteemed guests to this year’s Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show,” said Monica Osborn, show manager. “Their insights and experiences will undoubtedly enrich the discussions surrounding the oil and gas industry.”

Attendees will also have the opportunity to witness the induction of deserving recipients into the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Hall of Fame, and the Southeast Legends, during the luncheon on Wednesday, featuring Premier Scott Moe.

Wednesday’s festivities will continue with a prime rib supper, where awards will be presented to the Saskatchewan and Southeast Saskatchewan Oil Persons of the Year, followed by a performance by comedian Kelly Taylor.

For the full schedule of events, visit the official website at

“With exhibitors coming from all over North America, this year’s show promises to be a truly exceptional experience for attendees,” said Osborn.

The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show is not only a celebration of the industry, but also a platform for giving back to the community. As a not-for-profit organization, proceeds from the event will be re-invested into enhancing future shows and supporting local initiatives.

Tickets for attendees are priced at $15, granting access to both days of the show. However, tickets to all meals are required, and attendees are encouraged to register early to secure their tickets and avoid sellouts.

In addition to the oil and gas exhibition, the event will be held in conjunction with the Outlaw Buckers and Oil Kings Match Bronc Riding on June 4. This event will feature world-class saddle bronc riders, adding an exciting dimension to the festivities.