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Deep Earth Energy Corp. moves closer to its objective

Deep Earth Energy Corp. moves closer to its objective

Kirsten Marcia looks forward to the day when the Deep Earth Energy Corp. will open a geothermal demonstration project in Estevan, which would be the first geothermal power producing facility of its kind in Canada.

Demand for electricity in Sask. keeps on growing

With or without carbon capture, SaskPower has been pumping out electrical energy to keep the lights on and the engines of industry turning during the past year as the demands keep increasing.
SaskPower showcases CCS

SaskPower showcases CCS

SaskPower is optimistic about the progress made with maintenance on its carbon capture and storage (CCS) project. Hosting a tour on Dec. 7, representatives of the company announced that it has a new goal of capturing 800,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2016.

Crown land sales net $10.9 M major focus shifts to the west

The December sale of petroleum and natural gas rights in Saskatchewan fell far short of setting a record, but results indicated a continuing faith in the province’s oil and gas sector. The sale raised $10.

Refined product sales report

Net sales of refined petroleum products increased by 3.7 per cent last year according to information released by Statistics Canada in late November. The sales of refined petroleum products in Canada in 2014 amounted to 90 million cubic metres.

Oil transportation volumes spiked up according to StatsCan recent report

Canadian pipelines net receipts of crude oil and condensates and other liquefied petroleum products totaled 32 million cubic metres in September of this year, an increase of 3.1 per cent from the same month last year.

Winter gas prices: competitive and low

As the barometer begins to drop with the oncoming winter, so does the price of gasoline in Saskatchewan. This can be exciting or a let-down, depending on how eager to risk the month of snowstorms and icy roads drivers are.

Changes to liquor laws include new liquor store for Bienfait

To highlight the benefits of an expanded private retail system, the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) is extolling more choices, convenience and competitive pricing for adults looking to buy booze in Saskatchewan.
SaskPower reveals alternative energy plan for next 15 years

SaskPower reveals alternative energy plan for next 15 years

SaskPower released its report on alternative electrical energy sources on Nov. 23, stating it was committed to reducing emissions for an environmentally sustainable future.

Pipeline performances listed in new member report

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) launched its inaugural transmission pipeline industry performance report Committed to Safety, Committed to Canadians, on Nov. 3.
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