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Oil spill in southwest Alberta estimated at 25,000 litres: Husky Energy

Husky Energy says about 25,000 litres of crude oil leaked from one of its pipelines in southwestern Alberta last week.

Spokesman Mel Duvall said in an email to The Canadian Press that cleanup at the site at Cox Hill Creek west of Bragg Creek is progressing well. 227 more words


Alberta backcountry user groups alarmed after oil spill in Kananaskis Country  

The cleanup is continuing Monday after an oil spill in Kananaskis Country. The leak was detected in the popular Alberta recreation region on Thursday when a Husky Energy operator discovered oil beside a pipeline. 457 more words


Husky, energy regulator assess leak of crude oil into southwest Alberta creek

Alberta’s Energy Regulator says a pipeline has leaked crude oil in southwestern Alberta.

AER spokeswoman Monica Hermary says Husky Energy (TSX:HSE) of Calgary reported the spill at Cox Hill Creek on Thursday around 3 p.m. 228 more words


Oil spill cleanup cost in Saskatchewan now $107M: Husky Energy

The cost to clean up the oil spill on the North Saskatchewan River has risen to $107 million, Husky Energy reported on Friday.

A Husky spokesperson said that is the total cost to the company as of Dec. 110 more words


Statoil looks to Newfoundland offshore after selling off all oilsands assets

A week after Statoil sold off all its assets in Alberta’s oilsands, it looked eastward, to Newfoundland’s offshore.

There, the Norwegian energy giant saw opportunity in the North Atlantic, announcing this week plans to drill two offshore exploratory wells this summer in the Flemish Pass Basin, roughly 500 kilometres east of St. 521 more words


Sask. oil spill frequency 'not uncommon': U of S geoscientist

Saskatchewan’s second oil spill in about six months is not unheard of, according to an associate professor in geological engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. 249 more words


Commissioner tells Saskatchewan to release oil pipeline inspection test results

Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner says the government should release on-site test and inspection results of Husky Energy pipelines done since 2011, but the province says that’s not going to happen. 473 more words