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CAPP and NDP to talk jobs

Invitation to new premier to talk

Estevan OTS golf teed up right after oil show

Estevan – When the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show, also known as the Weyburn Oil Show, finishes on June 4, don’t pack up and head home just yet.
Getting the skinny on TransCanada pipeline projects

Getting the skinny on TransCanada pipeline projects

Energy East, Upland and Cromer lateral all discussed by TransCanada VP
Maidstone golf in the bag June 5

Maidstone golf in the bag June 5

Maidstone – Only at the Maidstone Heavy Crude Men’s Golf Tournament can your entry be drawn to for a chance to win $500 on your first shot of the day.
PSAC forecasts dramatic decrease in wells for 2015

PSAC forecasts dramatic decrease in wells for 2015

Regina – Four months of low oil prices have led to significant declines in drilling activity, according to the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC).

Investing for recovery a good sign

If robins are an early s sign of spring, could new infrastructure projects like storage tanks and pipelines be early signs of a recovery in oil and gas prices and activity levels? The answer could be yes.
Get in your truck and get to Weyburn

Get in your truck and get to Weyburn

Sask Oil & Gas Show on today and tomorrow

Cracking the whip on sour gas fugitive emissions

An in-depth discussion with Ed Dancsok, the assistant deputy minister for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Division of the Ministry of Economy made something very clear: fugitive emissions of sour gas are not going to be tolerated any more.
Ritchie Bros. sets downturn on its ear

Ritchie Bros. sets downturn on its ear

Nisku – Despite the oil and gas downturn, Ritchie Bros. industrial auctioneers sold more than $215 million of heavy equipment and trucks at its largest ever unreserved public auction in Canada.
Government gets serious on H2S

Government gets serious on H2S

Each and every sour site to be inspected this year