LLOYDMINSTER – As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Europe is facing a major energy crisis this coming winter. Russia has shut off the taps for the Nordstream 1 natural gas pipeline, and energy prices there are through the roof. Nearly six months ago, the Canadian federal government pledged to increase oil production by 300,000 barrels per day to assist Europe in its energy needs. But in all that time, the government of Saskatchewan, the second largest oil producing province in the nation, has seen exactly zero action from that same federal government.
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