Tag Archives: oilpatch

The Oil Story – Moving the province’s oil via rail – Pt. 2

The allure of rail The aforementioned CAPP report identifies several beneficial reasons to transport crude oil by rail, aside from the “constrained pipeline capacity” situation that currently exists. Additional advantages include: Speed to market: Getting oil to the refinery more quickly means producers are paid sooner and refiners get feedstock…

Saskatchewan Government Delivering New Tool – IRIS to benefit oil companies

Don’t let it be said that the Saskatchewan government isn’t interested in servicing its growing oil and gas industry. Thanks to the Process Renewal and Infrastructure Management Enhancements (PRIME) program, which started back in 2009, the province’s oil and gas companies are about to see some significant changes to how…

Investing in the Future – Saskatchewan government helps build oil industry

“Build it and they will come” seems to be a motto that the Saskatchewan government is taking to heart, especially as it relates to the oil and gas producing industry. The province is the number two oil producer and number three gas producer in the country – which is impressive…