SaskEnergy will be conducting a series of short, controlled natural gas flares at its facilities near Asquith and Vanscoy. Flaring will take place on Tuesday, September 24 from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the SaskEnergy station north of Vanscoy; and on Wednesday, September 25 from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at its natural gas storage facility south of Asquith. The flares are necessary to help SaskEnergy perform scheduled upgrade and maintenance work on its infrastructure in the area. Continue reading “SaskEnergy gas flares planned for Vanscoy, Asquith areas”
A $66 million twinning project is nearing completion on Highway 7. The third and final phase of newly twinned highway around Vanscoy will be opening to traffic within the next week, weather permitting. The 12 kilometres (km) of new lanes around Vanscoy will complete 31 kilometers of Highway 7 twinning between Saskatoon and Delisle. Continue reading “Highway 7 Vanscoy bypass opens”
There are now more opportunities to pass safely on Saskatchewan highways.
One of four new passing lanes opened to traffic last week on Highway 7 west of Rosetown, while a second lane is scheduled to open later this week. Continue reading “Highway 7 passing lanes open west of Rosetown”