It might be mid-winter on the Prairies, but Saskatchewan is hot.
Especially for energy players active in the Bakken light oil play tucked into the southeast corner of the province. Bakken is the new oilsands.
While not containing trillions of barrels of oil in place, it flies in the face of the pronouncements that there were no significant, conventional light oil pools left to be found in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. To put in context, this is being hailed as the most significant find since the Pembina Cardium play discovered in Alberta in 1957.
Yes, it’s that good.
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