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Tuscany defers capex, production up

Calgary – Tuscany Energy Ltd. is deferring all but required capital projects in 2015 until oil prices show sustainable gains. The decision announced on Jan.
Spartan offers growth budget of $105M

Spartan offers growth budget of $105M

Calgary – Spartan Energy Corp. plans to continue to deliver per share growth in 2015 organically with a capital expenditure budget of $105 million.
New West profits from diversity

New West profits from diversity

Calgary – Ongoing diversification from service centres in Beaverlodge, Medicine Hat and Slave Lake in Alberta is proving to be profitable for New Energy Services Inc.
Cold comfort for sale at Northern Factory

Cold comfort for sale at Northern Factory

Lloydminster – When the thermometer plunges, sales of warm clothes for work or play heat up at Northern Factory Workwear in Lloydminster and Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show coming June 3-4

Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show coming June 3-4

Weyburn – The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show, commonly referred to as the Weyburn Oil Show, will take place this year on June 3-4. June 2 will include the exhibitors’ golf tournament as well as steak and lobster supper.
Pongo improved its frac water facilities in 2014

Pongo improved its frac water facilities in 2014

Estevan – In the summer of 2014 Pongo Holdings of Estevan made some improvements to its frac water facility south of Estevan, electrifying the pumping system and building a new manifold.
Working hard for his boy

Working hard for his boy

Cromer, Man. – There’s a picture on Facebook that keeps floating around. In it, a stick figure in a toque asks himself why he lives in a place where the air stings his face.
Fracking since 2010

Fracking since 2010

Cromer, Man. – Jaie Zorzos, 24, has been fracking since 2010. Now he’s running one of the most prominent pieces of equipment on the frac spread, the coil tubing unit.
One rig came home for Panther Drilling due to the slowdown

One rig came home for Panther Drilling due to the slowdown

Weyburn – Panther Drilling of Weyburn was still going strong through much of January as rigs were being racked across the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin.
Busy now, but who knows about later?

Busy now, but who knows about later?

Estevan – The start of the year has been good, but as for later this year, that’s another story.
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