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Ron Wanner is a Southeast Saskatchewan Legend

Ron Wanner is a Southeast Saskatchewan Legend

On June 7, Estevan’s Ronald J. Wanner was inducted as a Southeast Saskatchewan Legend during the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show.
Land sale numbers up substantially

Land sale numbers up substantially

Crown land sales, along with the number of active drilling rigs, are two of the most indicative leading indicators of the oil industry in Saskatchewan.
BD3 online for most of May

BD3 online for most of May

The carbon capture and storage (CSS) facility at SaskPower’s Boundary Dam Power Station was online for 91 per cent of May, according to the monthly status update released by the Crown corporation on June 8.
Jason’s Agri-Motive celebrates 15 years of business

Jason’s Agri-Motive celebrates 15 years of business

Jason’s Agri-Motive in Lafleche marked 15 years in business on June 9.
High marks for Nelson GM's technician

High marks for Nelson GM's technician

Travis Sinclair, technician at Nelson GM in Assiniboia, really is the best at his job. Sinclair was recognized on June 9 at General Motors for placing top in his automotive technician class.
Partnership benefits power engineering students

Partnership benefits power engineering students

Twenty-three students from the South East Cornerstone Public School Division have benefitted from a partnership that will allow them to get a leg up in their power engineering certification.
Bringing oilfield services to oilfield clients

Bringing oilfield services to oilfield clients

The weather was great, the people came out, and another Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show has wrapped up for the year. The event, also known as the Weyburn Oil Show, was held June 7-8 at the Weyburn exhibition grounds.
Hutch Ambulance marks paramedic week

Hutch Ambulance marks paramedic week

Hutch Ambulance Service held an appreciation lunch on May 25 for the Assiniboia community to meet staff and view its new ambulance with the latest in medical technology.
Activity is picking up for drilling fleet

Activity is picking up for drilling fleet

The pace of drilling continues to pick up in Saskatchewan as the rig count continues to climb. According to sister publication Rig Locator (www.riglocator.ca), there were 38 active drilling rigs in Saskatchewan on May 31.

Mines play a key role in Energy Tours

Each year, the Tourism Estevan committee offers free energy tours during the spring and summer months, providing a glimpse into the local energy sector for local residents and visitors alike.