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Sask. delegation attends energy forum

Sask. delegation attends energy forum

Exploring investment in Houston.
Sask gov't responds to 'devastating' federal oil and gas guidelines

Sask gov't responds to 'devastating' federal oil and gas guidelines

The provincial government says compliance with the emissions cap would cost Saskatchewan's oil and gas sector between $7-9 billion by 2030.
Estevan: Activities for oilpatch people set for 2024

Estevan: Activities for oilpatch people set for 2024

The Estevan Oilfield Technical Society (OTS) will once again have four events this year for people connected to the oilpatch.
Whooping crane recovery program gets a boost

Whooping crane recovery program gets a boost

Canada’s wild whooping crane population reaches around 500 birds thanks to collaborative efforts.
Boost for rare earth processing facility

Boost for rare earth processing facility

NRCan injects almost 5M into project.
Company fined $65K after worker seriously injured by falling rod

Company fined $65K after worker seriously injured by falling rod

'If something breaks on a rig run away because you’re not stronger than the rig,' Judge Martinez warns oil rig workers.
Provincial NDP running away from Angus’ fossil fuel ad ban bill

Provincial NDP running away from Angus’ fossil fuel ad ban bill

Private members’ bill from federal MP Charlie Angus that would ban fossil fuel advertising is getting opposition from both Saskatchewan and Alberta NDP.
Alida hosts Oilmen and Farmers' Bonspiel

Alida hosts Oilmen and Farmers' Bonspiel

Ten teams entered the annual tournament, which offered lots of curling and fun.
Enbridge sees 'tailwind' for its Mainline system as Trans Mountain faces delays

Enbridge sees 'tailwind' for its Mainline system as Trans Mountain faces delays

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. could benefit from increased volumes on its Mainline oil pipeline network if the startup of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is significantly delayed, the Calgary-based energy infrastructure firm said Friday.
Saskatchewan's February oil and gas public offering raises $10 million

Saskatchewan's February oil and gas public offering raises $10 million

This was the final public offering of six for the 2023-24 fiscal year. The province has received $75.5 million in revenue.