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Aurora borealis and pumpjacks make for a great photo

Aurora borealis and pumpjacks make for a great photo

Beautiful scene near Roche Percee
Pre-COP26 youth summit unveils its list of demands

Pre-COP26 youth summit unveils its list of demands

Young delegates from the Youth4Climate presented a list of demands for world leaders ahead of a United Nations meeting.
Three scenarios released in the IEA's World Energy Outlook

Three scenarios released in the IEA's World Energy Outlook

“Oil demand, for the first time, shows an eventual decline in all scenarios in this Outlook, although the timing and sharpness of the drop vary widely,” the report reads.
Canada supports global pledge to slash oil and gas methane

Canada supports global pledge to slash oil and gas methane

Canada announced it would support the Global Methane Pledge, an initiative recently launched by the United States and the European Union that aims to reduce methane emissions 30 per cent from 2020 levels by 2030 economy-wide.
Saskatchewan announces carbon capture utilization and storage priorities

Saskatchewan announces carbon capture utilization and storage priorities

“We want to build on Saskatchewan’s energy strength and make our province the most competitive jurisdiction in Canada to invest in CCUS technology and infrastructure,” said Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre.
Dry conditions may force early harvesting in southeast Saskatchewan

Dry conditions may force early harvesting in southeast Saskatchewan

Crops are advancing quickly in the hot, dry weather in southeast Saskatchewan, and harvesting may begin soon on some pulse and cereal crops.
Crops suffer heat stress, infestation of grasshoppers

Crops suffer heat stress, infestation of grasshoppers

Crops in southeast Saskatchewan are suffering from heat stress along with infestations of grasshoppers, along with a lack of moisture.
Provincial government enhances support for producers dealing with dry conditions

Provincial government enhances support for producers dealing with dry conditions

Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced that Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) will implement measures to address dry conditions impacting producers.
SE Sask. area crops progressing quickly with hot weather

SE Sask. area crops progressing quickly with hot weather

(A thunderstorm packing strong winds swept through the Weyburn area on Sunday evening, but didn't bring much rain) Crops in southeast Saskatchewan advanced quickly due to the hot temperatures and a low amount of moisture.
Major pipeline investment in Saskatchewan

Major pipeline investment in Saskatchewan

First project completed under the Oil Infrastructure Investment Program