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Estevan

(ĕs`təvăn), city (1991 pop. 10,240), S Sask., Canada, on the Souris River near the N.Dak. border. Lignite is mined there, and clay and plastic products are manufactured. Oil, discovered in the 1950s, is also important to the economy.
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ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2017, Darren Jones, chainsaw artist from Rimbey, Alberta, delivered his latest Second World War memorial to the town of Estevan, Saskatchewan.
The project captures CO2 from the 110MW unit 3 of the Boundary Dam project near Estevan, Saskatchewan.
Western Fiberglass is a distributor of fibreglass down hole tubing casing, facility pipe and line pipe within the oil and gas industry servicing Western Canada, with offices located in Estevan, Saskatchewan and Red Deer, Alberta.
BOUNDARY DAM, A POWER PLANT IN ESTEVAN, SASKATCHEWAN, is the first commercial coal-fired plant to capture carbon dioxide from its emissions, compress the gas, and bury it underground.
The carbon-capture unit at the Boundary Dam power plant in Estevan, Saskatchewan, will be formally commissioned after a four-year C$1.
The CCTF will have capabilities to capture 120 tons of CO2 per day from the flue gas emitted from SaskPower's Shand Power Station (298MW) located near the city of Estevan, Saskatchewan, using a chemical scrubbing method with an amine based absorbent.
Poem by Shayna Hamilton, Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada
This paper examines the impact of regulations and guidelines on rehabilitation practices at the Bienfait, Boundary Dam and Utility Mines around Estevan, Saskatchewan between 1996 and 1999.
Stepp, a 20-year-old native of Estevan, Saskatchewan, played for Red Deer (Alberta) of the WHL.
Born in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Mandel was educated at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Toronto.
B&W Canada) has been awarded a contract valued at more than $25 million from SaskPower to design and replace the upper frontwall and a portion of the reheater at SaskPower's Shand Power Station near Estevan, Saskatchewan.
201 at the airport at Estevan, Saskatchewan from Elementary Flying Training Schools (EFTS) of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, bases that are now closed.