Source: Jason Warick, CBC News, January 22, 2020
Serafina Energy’s project would require nearly five million litres of water per day
A proposed oil project in northwest Saskatchewan is fueling controversy.
Calgary-based Serafina Energy plans to extract 8,000 barrels of oil per day near Glenbogie, which is near the town of St. Walburg about 250 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon. The Serafina Glenbogie SAGD project will require nearly five million litres of water per day from the North Saskatchewan River.
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