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Province touts budget's support for energy sector

Province touts budget's support for energy sector

Saskatchewan Mining Association pleased with the budget's contents.
Twenty-four teams are ready to curl at Estevan OTS bonspiel

Twenty-four teams are ready to curl at Estevan OTS bonspiel

The annual competition will be March 22 and 23 at the Power Dodge Curling Centre.
PrairiesCan gears up to process rare earth tailings

PrairiesCan gears up to process rare earth tailings

Recovery could be sufficient to manufacture up to 65,000 EVs per year.
South Sask communities receive more than $2.3 million in funding

South Sask communities receive more than $2.3 million in funding

Projects in southeast and south-central Saskatchewan will benefit.
Weyburn City council approves permit for Sask. Oil Show

Weyburn City council approves permit for Sask. Oil Show

The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show will be held 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. on June 4; noon to midnight on June 5, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on June 6.
Saskatchewan won’t remit carbon tax to feds

Saskatchewan won’t remit carbon tax to feds

Minister for SaskEnergy Dustin Duncan announces decision not to remit carbon tax to Ottawa
Crescent Point Energy reports Q4 profit, raises quarterly dividend 15%

Crescent Point Energy reports Q4 profit, raises quarterly dividend 15%

CALGARY — Crescent Point Energy Corp. raised its quarterly base dividend by 15 per cent as it reported fourth-quarter net income of $951.2 million compared with a loss of $498.1 million a year earlier.
CAPP projects slight increase in Canadian oil and gas capital spending in 2024

CAPP projects slight increase in Canadian oil and gas capital spending in 2024

CALGARY — The industry group representing Canada's oil and gas producers says capital investment in the sector will edge slightly higher in 2024.
Sask. delegation attends energy forum

Sask. delegation attends energy forum

Exploring investment in Houston.
Sask gov't responds to 'devastating' federal oil and gas guidelines

Sask gov't responds to 'devastating' federal oil and gas guidelines

The provincial government says compliance with the emissions cap would cost Saskatchewan's oil and gas sector between $7-9 billion by 2030.