| Oil and natural gas, potash, kaolin, sodium sulphite and bentonite contribute a great part of Regina and area's economy. The farm and agricultural component is still a significant part of the economy – the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool (now Viterra Inc.), reportedly the world's largest grain-handling co-operative has its headquarters in Regina.
Regina being the capital of Saskatchewan, the provincial government is a major driver in the local economy. The Regina Research Park immediately adjacent to the University of Regina campus hosts several science and technology companies which conduct research activities in conjunction with University departments.
We assist Saskatchewan oil and gas companies and oil and gas field services organizations with sector-specific
documentation (or otherwise) that is written in a foreign language and requires accurate translation into English, French or Spanish. The Oil and Gas sector covers a wide spectrum of topics and our translation services encompass all of them, including documentation related to: crude oil exploration; hydrocarbons; natural gas; research and development (R&D); petrochemicals and derivative chemicals (see also: Chemicals & Fertilizers Translation).
Our translation service extends to documentation related to refining processes and refined products also known as petroleum distillation and
petroleum distillates: diesel fuel aka petrodiesel, fuel oils, ethane, gasoline aka petrol, jet fuel, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG)); non-hydrocarbons, i.e. derivative products: alkenes (olefins), lubricants (light machine oils, motor oils, and greases), wax (used in frozen food packaging), sulfur or sulfuric acid, bulk tar, asphalt, petroleum coke, paraffin wax and aromatic petrochemicals.