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The Saskatchewan Petroleum Innovation Incentive (SPII) offers transferable oil and gas royalty/freehold production tax credits for qualified innovation commercialization projects at a rate of 25 per cent of eligible project costs. The program targets a broad range of innovations deployed across all segments of Saskatchewan's oil, gas or helium industry.
The SPII program is open to both pilot projects and commercial scaling projects – giving applicants the ability to test their innovations in a pilot setting then deploy them at larger commercial scales. In addition to this, projects executed on multiple sites and projects that include multiple phases may be considered eligible to the program under a single project application.
SPII is administered by the Ministry of Energy and Resources.
To apply for the SPII program, companies must complete and submit the SPII Application Form. If you have questions about the application process, refer to the SPII Program Overview and Application Instructions or contact email@example.com. Completed SPII Application Forms may be submitted to the Ministry of Energy and Resources via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ministry of Energy and Resources will be accepting applications from July 8, 2019, to March 31, 2024.
For additional information on the program, contact email@example.com.
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