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Winter weights delayed in Saskatchewan

Winter weights delayed in Saskatchewan

Winter weights typically begin Nov. 16
PSAC forecasts 16 per cent increase in drilling activity in Canada for 2022

PSAC forecasts 16 per cent increase in drilling activity in Canada for 2022

Nearly 1,500 wells to be drilled in Saskatchewan
Rural Sask. municipalities lobby for help with unpaid oil and gas taxes

Rural Sask. municipalities lobby for help with unpaid oil and gas taxes

SARM president Ray Orb said dropping oil prices in recent years likely contributed to some companies failing to pay their taxes
Prairie Lithium drills first targeted lithium well in province’s history

Prairie Lithium drills first targeted lithium well in province’s history

Prairie Lithium extracts lithium from Saskatchewan oilfield brines
Letter: We can see the benefits of CCS technology

Letter: We can see the benefits of CCS technology

An opinion piece on the impact of CCS technology
Aurora borealis and pumpjacks make for a great photo

Aurora borealis and pumpjacks make for a great photo

Beautiful scene near Roche Percee
Oil infrastructure program expanded to support carbon capture

Oil infrastructure program expanded to support carbon capture

CCUS projects are expected to attract provincial investment of more than $2 billion and sequester over two million tonnes of CO2 annually
Estevan’s mayor has retired from the mines

Estevan’s mayor has retired from the mines

Roy Ludwig had his final shift for Westmoreland Mining LLC on Tuesday, ending a 45-year career with the mines
Oil and gas processing projects announced for Saskatchewan

Oil and gas processing projects announced for Saskatchewan

Two projects will reduce venting and flaring of methane gas
Let’s be smarter on carbon capture. We won’t get to net-zero without it

Let’s be smarter on carbon capture. We won’t get to net-zero without it

There is a real opportunity to reduce GHG emissions through decarbonization