As Canada’s second-largest oil producer and third largest producer of natural gas, the numbers show that Saskatchewan relies on a strong oil and natural gas industry for jobs, exports, economic growth and prosperity. A growing and sustainable industry is essential for the province’s long-term post-COVID economic recovery.
By the Numbers: What oil and gas means for Saskatchewan’s economy
The province is the number two producer of oil in Canada; the industry supports more than 30,000 jobs.
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