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Saskatchewan’s energy issues in the federal election: Wall

Saskatchewan’s energy issues in the federal election: Wall

Why is petroleum factored into equalization but not hydro?
UPDATED: Alliance Pipeline shut down due to H2S

UPDATED: Alliance Pipeline shut down due to H2S

Contents of pipeline flared near Alameda and Arcola
Contain Enviro Services

Contain Enviro Services

Weyburn – Contain Enviro Services had some shiny secondary containment components in its booth at the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show June 3-4. Bill Moore works out of Calgary while Glenn Eckert works out Edmonton. Both work in business development.
Kenilworth turns oil show ideas into sales

Kenilworth turns oil show ideas into sales

Bonnyville – Attending oil and gas shows is paying off with sales and exposure for Kenilworth Combustion Ltd., a company that manufactures innovative and reliable combustion products in Vermilion.
Career spent mostly in Alberta  oilfield, but Sask. is still home

Career spent mostly in Alberta oilfield, but Sask. is still home

North Portal – Grant Olson grew up in North Battleford, where his father was the Massey dealer. Now he’s the operations superintendent for Steel Reef Infrastructure Corp.
Dempsey Laird honoured as SE Sask. Oilman of Year

Dempsey Laird honoured as SE Sask. Oilman of Year

Weyburn – Dempsey Laird was honoured on June 3 as one of two Southeast Saskatchewan Oilmen of the Year. The award was presented at the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show in Weyburn. Ray Frehlick made the presentation.

Timberwolf howls its A to Z lease services

Bonnyville – It was fitting that Timberwolf Environmental Services Ltd. featured a stress ball contest at its booth during the Bonnyville & District Oil Show.
More gas collection infrastructure needed: Dancsok

More gas collection infrastructure needed: Dancsok

Regina – Ed Dancsok has a new job within the Ministry of Economy. Previously assistant deputy minister for petroleum and natural gas, he’s still in an ADM job, but with a different role. “The model has changed here at the ministry, so to speak.
Equalization payments should flow through pipelines

Equalization payments should flow through pipelines

Premier Brad Wall hit the nail on the head going into the mid-July premier’s conference when he said, “Maybe we should send equalization payments through a pipeline to get one approved in Central Canada.

Pick your poison wisely

The next time someone complains about an oil spill, bring up the impact of forest fires to make the point that fires due more harm to people, property and the environment than oil spills.
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