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Mine workers donated to southeast safety patrollers

Mine workers donated to southeast safety patrollers

Safety patrollers in Estevan and Bienfait recently received toques for this school year.
Swift Oilfield supports the Estevan Salvation Army

Swift Oilfield supports the Estevan Salvation Army

An oilfield company stepped up with a donation to Estevan's Salvation Army.
Swift response from Moe government on emissions cap

Swift response from Moe government on emissions cap

Premier Scott Moe slams federal announcement of oil and gas emissions cap; cabinet ministers sounding the alarm
December oil and gas public offering in Sask generates $17.2 million

December oil and gas public offering in Sask generates $17.2 million

The revenue numbers are out for Saskatchewan's latest petroleum and natural gas public offering.
Moe points to highlights so far at COP28

Moe points to highlights so far at COP28

Among the highlights for Premier Scott Moe on Wednesday is panel discussion with former Premiers.
Sustainable Saskatchewan ads at COP28 raising eyebrows

Sustainable Saskatchewan ads at COP28 raising eyebrows

Daily Leg Update - Minister Harrison fires back at criticism from NDP over cost of Saskatchewan ads on the Dubai metro line.
Maximizing coal potential: Research garners $550,000 in funding

Maximizing coal potential: Research garners $550,000 in funding

South-Central Saskatchewan receives funding for coal transition.
Canada proposes new methane emissions rules for oil-and-gas sector

Canada proposes new methane emissions rules for oil-and-gas sector

The controlled release or burning of methane from oil and gas production sites will be almost entirely barred in Canada by 2030 under proposed regulations outlined Monday by Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault.
Shipper costs to rise as regulator approves preliminary interim Trans Mountain tolls

Shipper costs to rise as regulator approves preliminary interim Trans Mountain tolls

CALGARY — The Canada Energy Regulator has approved preliminary interim tolls that would see oil companies pay nearly twice as much to ship crude on the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline as what was estimated in 2017.
Some OPEC+ members will cut the oil that they send to the world to try to boost prices

Some OPEC+ members will cut the oil that they send to the world to try to boost prices

LONDON (AP) — The OPEC oil cartel led by Saudi Arabia and allied producers including Russia made another big swipe at propping up lagging crude prices Thursday, expanding some output cuts into next year and bringing up-and-coming oil supplier Brazil