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First oil shale leases sold in Crown petroleum rights land sale

First oil shale leases sold in Crown petroleum rights land sale

For many years, it has been known that Saskatchewan has oil shale resources, but they have never been developed.

Missing rig shacks have been located

The two rig shacks that were reported as missing from the Estevan area last week have been located. The Estevan RCMP announced last week in a post on the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network that it was investigating the theft of the rig shacks.
Horizontal, hydraulicly-stimulated geothermal well is “remarkable,” says DEEP CEO

Horizontal, hydraulicly-stimulated geothermal well is “remarkable,” says DEEP CEO

Saskatchewan geothermal power pioneer Deep Earth Energy Production Corp. (DEEP) has recently hydraulicly stimulated a horizontal geothermal well south of Torquay, something president and CEO Kirsten Marcia says is a global first.
Saskatchewan oil production recovers half of losses

Saskatchewan oil production recovers half of losses

Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources Bronwyn Eyre spoke about how Saskatchewan’s oilpatch production has been recovering.
Saskatchewan restores half of lost oil production

Saskatchewan restores half of lost oil production

Saskatchewan’s oil production has rebounded halfway back, from its pre-COVID-19 production levels, to its bottoming out when the crisis hit, to halfway back again.
Hold on there, winter weights are postponed

Hold on there, winter weights are postponed

It’s mid-November, so you can load that semi trailer right up, right? Wrong.
CAODC forecasts 2021 to be a better than 2020, but not a lot

CAODC forecasts 2021 to be a better than 2020, but not a lot

This year has been the worst the Canadian oil industry has seen in modern times when it comes to drilling, and next year isn’t looking a whole lot better.
Agribition begins search for most influential people in agriculture

Agribition begins search for most influential people in agriculture

Canadian Western Agribition launched Canada's first and only national search for the most influential individuals in agriculture.
This is not a lockdown, this is a slowdown, says Premier Moe, announcing new COVID-19 restrictions

This is not a lockdown, this is a slowdown, says Premier Moe, announcing new COVID-19 restrictions

On a day when Saskatchewan posted its second highest number of new cases of COVID-19 to date, Premier Scott Moe announced on Nov. 17 additional public health restrictions to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Pipe Flow Technology Centre celebrates 60 years of service

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its Pipe Flow Technology Centre in Saskatoon.