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UPDATE: Weyburn Oil Show organizers excited for return of event, premier to attend

UPDATE: Weyburn Oil Show organizers excited for return of event, premier to attend

Oil show chair Dan Cugnet points to guest speakers, opportunity for oil industry to showcase products, services
Geothermal optimization project announced for proposed greenhouse complex in Estevan

Geothermal optimization project announced for proposed greenhouse complex in Estevan

The Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC) has announced funding for a University of Regina research project looking at geothermal heat and the integration of different energy sources at a proposed greenhouse complex in Estevan.
Saskatchewan releases second oil and gas emissions report

Saskatchewan releases second oil and gas emissions report

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from vented and flared gas at upstream oil facilities in Saskatchewan were down in 2021.
Carbon capture an opportunity for Canada to lead the world

Carbon capture an opportunity for Canada to lead the world

It’s a key piece of what could become a new large-scale industry for Canada that reduces the environmental footprint of multiple sectors.
Potential hydrogen hub in southern Saskatchewan receives further support

Potential hydrogen hub in southern Saskatchewan receives further support

The Ministry of Energy and Resources, Whitecap Resources and Federated Co-operatives Limited will support a foundation report study, to provide investors with a thorough analysis of commercial-scale hydrogen opportunities and synergies with carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) infrastructure in Saskatchewan.
OTS trapshooting event a great attraction despite weather

OTS trapshooting event a great attraction despite weather

Despite the weather, 110 participants from three provinces accepted the challenge and showed up for the OTS second Top Gun Trap Shoot on Saturday at the Estevan Wildlife Federation's range.
CCS facility at Boundary Dam online for all of April

CCS facility at Boundary Dam online for all of April

More than 79,000 tonnes of CO2 were kept from entering Earth's atmosphere thanks to CCS.
Williston Basin Conference preparing for its return to Regina

Williston Basin Conference preparing for its return to Regina

Event will take place May 17 and 18 and offer plenty of information on the oil and gas sector.
Opinion: Extra-low-emission Canadian LNG project gets green light

Opinion: Extra-low-emission Canadian LNG project gets green light

Natural gas is an absolutely critical part of any clean energy mix.
Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’

Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’

Oil and gas will continue to be critical for decades to come, even as we pursue strategies to reduce emissions and encourage renewables.