Skip to content

Pipeline News

Plane that crashed near Shaunavon was headed for Estevan

Plane that crashed near Shaunavon was headed for Estevan

Two people aboard were pipeline inspection workers.
SaskPower identifies Estevan and Elbow areas for further study to host small modular reactor

SaskPower identifies Estevan and Elbow areas for further study to host small modular reactor

A final decision whether to build a small modular reactor won’t happen until 2029.
SaskPower provides update on proposed solar power project for Estevan

SaskPower provides update on proposed solar power project for Estevan

Estevan city council members had a number of questions about the proposed 100-megawatt project.
Oil service rigs to move freely between Sask. and Alberta

Oil service rigs to move freely between Sask. and Alberta

Provincial governments have been urging the federal government to exempt service rigs from regulations under the Motor Vehicle Transport Act.
Arcola and area welcomes RAK Fencing

Arcola and area welcomes RAK Fencing

Business has been busy since it opened in late July.
R. French Transport is an important business for Arcola area

R. French Transport is an important business for Arcola area

Company has served southeast Saskatchewan for decades.
The success story of Fast Trucking in Carnduff

The success story of Fast Trucking in Carnduff

Carnduff-area business has a lengthy history of success.
Sam’s Trucking has seen business pick up

Sam’s Trucking has seen business pick up

Located in Estevan, Sam’s Trucking employs 10 people, between truck drivers, swampers, mechanics and a truck push. They move oil rigs and oilfield equipment.
STA: Saskatchewan is short about 3,000 truck drivers

STA: Saskatchewan is short about 3,000 truck drivers

"Trucking companies are still facing challenges in their ability to attract labour. Driver shortages right across the country continue to persist," said Jordan Ewart with Sask. Trucking Association. "In quarter two of 2022, so in June 2022, truck driver job vacancies went up as high as 25,000 across the country."
Enbridge continues work to decommission old Line 3 pipeline

Enbridge continues work to decommission old Line 3 pipeline

Decommissioning is the final step toward completing the entire Line 3 Replacement Program in Canada.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks