sask landscape
May 18, 2022
This news release originally appeared on the Government of Saskatchewan website. The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) and Westinghouse Electric Canada have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU...
helium element periodic table
March 17, 2022
This news release was originally published on the Government of Saskatchewan website. Helium Liquefaction Hub Study Will Accelerate Provincial Development of Helium Export Infrastructure The...
src research engineer presents slurry pipeline systems course to students
February 17, 2022
SRC and Paterson & Cooke have joined forces to once again offer an in-person comprehensive course in slurry pipeline design and operation.
src researcher conducts direct steam generation development work
December 08, 2021
Congratulations to SRC's EOR and In-Situ Processes team who received funding from Innovation Saskatchewan for their Direct Steam Generation project, which involves working with industry partners to...
slowpoke reactor at src
November 17, 2021
View news release on the Government of Saskatchewan website. The Saskatchewan Research Council’s (SRC) SLOWPOKE-2 nuclear research reactor has been safely and successfully decommissioned after 38...
Well head in field, part of accelerated site cleanup administered by SRC
August 18, 2021
Government of Saskatchewan, Energy and Resources News Release. View here. Provincial Initiatives Support Indigenous Jobs and the Environment Saskatchewan's Accelerated Site Closure Program (ASCP) has...
$200 Million For Oil And Gas Service Workers In Saskatchewan
December 11, 2020
Read the news release on the Government of Saskatchewan website. Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced the allocation of $200 million for Phase Two of the province’s Accelerated Site Closure...
accelerated well site closure program src
September 22, 2020
For the latest version of this news release, please visit: Today, the Government of Saskatchewan is providing an update on the Accelerated Site Closure Program (ASCP)...
two research engineers work on development of an active clay analyzer
September 17, 2020
Canada’s mining and minerals industry is important to communities across the country. Developing Canada's natural resources in more sustainable and responsible ways drives our economy, reduces our...
src tests methane reduction tech at well site
June 30, 2020
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $400,000, as part of its Methane Action Plan (MAP), to support field-testing research on innovative methane emission reduction technologies. Oil and gas...