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Released on December 8, 2016December's public offering of Saskatchewan's Crown petroleum and natural gas rights on Tuesday raised $14 million in revenue for the province, bringing the total for the fiscal year to date to $48 million with one sale remaining.
This is the second-largest revenue for a single public offering so far in the 2016-17 fiscal year, and the current total has now exceeded the amount of $43 million for the previous fiscal year.“This increased investment shows that the petroleum industry continues to recognize the opportunities that exist in Saskatchewan,” Energy and Resources Minister Dustin Duncan said. “More oil wells were drilled in Saskatchewan in the first 11 months of 2016 than in Alberta, an indicator that our province is setting the pace in Canada in terms of both industry activity and policy attractiveness.”
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