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Weyburn oilman, farmer turns his hand to music

Weyburn oilman, farmer turns his hand to music

The songs came from the people, places and thoughts in his life
Power purchase agreement signed for new flare gas-to-power facility

Power purchase agreement signed for new flare gas-to-power facility

Facility would be largest of its kind in Saskatchewan
Employee safety coursesĀ are meeting a need

Employee safety coursesĀ are meeting a need

Safety courses taught to employees in the southeast
Unpaid oil, gas taxes mount, leaving Sask. RMs in lurch

Unpaid oil, gas taxes mount, leaving Sask. RMs in lurch

Sask. municipalities are seeing more oil and gas companies defaulting on property taxes, leaving RMs at a loss.
Municipal coal transition assistance program grant application dates

Municipal coal transition assistance program grant application dates

First deadline to apply is Dec. 10
CCS facility at Boundary Dam captured 30,375 tonnes of CO2 in October after coming back online

CCS facility at Boundary Dam captured 30,375 tonnes of CO2 in October after coming back online

Facility peaked at 3,035 tonnes of CO2 captured
Saskatchewan government touts small modular reactors after COP26

Saskatchewan government touts small modular reactors after COP26

Researchers say there's little doubt nuclear power will play a role in a low emissions future, but unknowns like public opinion may complicate matters.
Government of Saskatchewan launches helium action plan

Government of Saskatchewan launches helium action plan

Provincial goal to produce 10 per cent of global helium supply by 2030
Winter weights delayed in Saskatchewan

Winter weights delayed in Saskatchewan

Winter weights typically begin Nov. 16
PSAC forecasts 16 per cent increase in drilling activity in Canada for 2022

PSAC forecasts 16 per cent increase in drilling activity in Canada for 2022

Nearly 1,500 wells to be drilled in Saskatchewan