Saskatoon Transportation Link is just 17 kilometres east of Saskatoon, the largest urban centre in the province with a population of 325,000. World industry leaders such as Nutrien, Canpotex Ltd., Cameco Corporation, Orano Canada Inc., Federated Cooperatives, Areva Resources Canada, BHP Billiton and AGT Foods are headquartered here. Saskatchewan is the world's largest potash producer and the world's largest exporter of lentils, dried peas and canola. The province is the second largest energy producer in Canada, and the sixth largest in North America. Saskatchewan has one of the most diverse economies and is one of the only places on the planet that produces crude oil, natural gas, coal, uranium, biofuels, geothermal, wind and hydropower. The RM of Blucher is progressive, business-friendly, flexible and exceptionally accommodating, and offers some of the best incentives to new businesses. Cargill, a titan of agriculture, has developed their largest canola crushing facility in the world, in this RM. Prairie Grain Renewable Energy, also located in the RM of Blucher, is developing a state-of-the-art dry mill ethanol plant and high protein animal feed production facility. This will be the first of its kind in Saskatchewan. The Nutrien Patience Lake and Allan potash mines, Nutrien Clavet fertilizer depot, and Nutrien Ag Services also operate out of the RM of Blucher.