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What’s a few chopped up birds?

What’s a few chopped up birds?

On the way back from the Lloydminster Heavy Oil Show Sept 14-15, I took a highway that had always intrigued me, but I had never had the opportunity to travel.
Some doom, some gloom, but some promise and optimism: LHOS

Some doom, some gloom, but some promise and optimism: LHOS

The Lloydminster Heavy Oil Show took place Sept. 14 and 15.
Husky spill cleanup expected to wrap up shortly

Husky spill cleanup expected to wrap up shortly

North Battleford, Prince Albert, Calgary – With 210 of 225 cubic metres of diluted heavy oil now collected, cleanup operations for the July 21 Husky oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River are expected to wrap up within a few weeks, according to
Technology remains the key to heavy oil development: Keynote

Technology remains the key to heavy oil development: Keynote

Lloydminster – After roughly 30 years working in the heavy oil business and tracking the industry around Lloydminster all that time, Rob Morgan has come to the conclusion that technology is the key.

Sterling Chemicals sees tremendous growth despite down times

Every well eventually needs chemical intervention
Business has picked up for picker firm

Business has picked up for picker firm

Lampman – Business has picked up in recent months for Hutt’s Trucking Ltd. of Lampman, and workers who were laid off earlier in the year have been brought back. Hutt’s is a family outfit, with wife Jody running the office.
Saturn Minerals grabs four exploratory blocks

Saturn Minerals grabs four exploratory blocks

Company says oil it found comes from nearby source rock
Rig moves pick up with drilling activity

Rig moves pick up with drilling activity

Carnduff – With drilling picking up somewhat, so is rig moving. While Saskatchewan’s drilling fleet had a really slow June and July this year, activity started to improve noticeably in mid-August.
Could crude-by-rail have saved Churchill?

Could crude-by-rail have saved Churchill?

The closure of the Port of Churchill, at Churchill, Manitoba was shocking, but not unexpected, nor unlikely. Canada’s sole northern port has limped along, basically, forever. Yet that does not mean it should closed for good and be abandoned.
Saskatchewan’s new Energy and Resource Minister: Dustin Duncan

Saskatchewan’s new Energy and Resource Minister: Dustin Duncan

Response to Husky oil spill top on the agenda