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Oil and gas land sale pace picks up with major interest in this area

Oil and gas land sale pace picks up with major interest in this area

The August public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights was the largest yet for the 2016-17 fiscal yer, accounting for 60 per cent of the total to date.

Saskatchewan in discussions on how to transport anticipated large harvest this crop year

In preparation for a large crop this season, the Government of Saskatchewan is in discussions with grain producers, and providers of transportation services.
New nursing home group takes new approach

New nursing home group takes new approach

They are switching tactics and making another bid with an expectation they can perhaps move the process along a little more quickly and efficiently. “We are making one last pitch.

Next power station to be built in Swift Current by SaskPower

SaskPower was selected as the company to build and operate a new 350-megawatt combined cycle natural gas power generating facility in Swift Current which is scheduled to come into service by the fall of 2019.
Boundary Dam project reaches a milestone

Boundary Dam project reaches a milestone

The carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at the Boundary Dam Power Station has reached a milestone: it has captured one million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) since it opened in October 2014.
Government begins process for liquor stores

Government begins process for liquor stores

The application process is underway for more than 50 liquor store permits across the province. Bienfait and Stoughton were among 20 communities included in the fourth and final permit application phase, announced on Aug. 3.
Large commodities terminal launched at Northgate port

Large commodities terminal launched at Northgate port

With a storage capacity of 2.7 million bushels, the mammoth commodity terminal located right at the Canadian – United States border point at Northgate, was given an official launching by Ceres Global Ag. Corp. on July 20.

Canadian oil production showed downward slide this spring

According to recent numbers released by Statistics Canada, Canada’s production of synthetic crude oil along with light and medium crude oil decreased this past spring. Canada produced 17.2 million cubic metres (108.
CCS technology attracts more international guests

CCS technology attracts more international guests

SaskPower’s Boundary dam power station and carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology received some more international attention earlier this week.
Next generation of CCS innovators tour Boundary Dam

Next generation of CCS innovators tour Boundary Dam

The amount of international interest in SaskPower’s Boundary Dam power station and its proprietary carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology continues to grow.