Saskatchewan’s public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights held on Tuesday generated $2.1 million in revenue for the province, largely on the strength of continued interest in the Kindersley area. This was the fourth of six public offerings to be held this year and brings the revenue to date to $27.2 million. The province’s Energy and Resources Department says public offerings here have averaged more than $500 in a per-hectare basis to date, compared to about $275 per hectare in Alberta. October’s public offering last year generated $19 million in revenue. The next offering will be held December 4th.