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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
This program will provide up to $400 million for the abandonment and reclamation of inactive oil and gas wells and facilities in Saskatchewan.
Find information about Crown land oil and gas dispositions in Saskatchewan.
Learn about required environmental protection reporting for Saskatchewan's oil and gas industry.
Learn about Saskatchewan's oil and gas industry's abandonment and reclamation liability management programs - including the Licensee Liability Rating (LLR) Program, Orphan Well Program and Acknowledgement of Reclamation (AOR) Program - and how to apply.
Learn about the Government of Saskatchewan's oil and gas Crown royalty/tax programs, industry incentives, and how to report volumetric, valuation and infrastructure data to the province.
Find information on topics related to Saskatchewan's oil and gas legislation, regulations and Minister's Orders.
Find information on topics related to Saskatchewan Oil and Gas licensing and operations.
Read oil and gas news, bulletins, reports, and schedules of Crown Land Sales.
Find information about programs, directives and guidelines related to reporting and compliance for the oil and gas industry.
The Saskatchewan Geological Survey is responsible for investigating, compiling and maintaining information on the geology, and mineral and petroleum resources of the province.
Provincial Sales Tax information for oil and gas producers and contractors.
These online training courses support industries in their regulatory reporting requirements and activities through the Integrated Resources Information System (IRIS).
The Ministry of Energy and Resources is a member of the Western Regulators Forum (WRF), which was established to promote collaboration and pursue mutual priorities among oil and gas regulators in Western Canada.
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