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Edmonton MP connects dots from expanded pipeline revenue to green projects

Companies like Suncor and Husky are sharing in a $22-million funding announcement made Friday in south Edmonton to green up the energy they produce. Seven projects from six companies were given a share of the funding from Natural Resources Canada, and announced by Edmonton-Centre MP… 366 more words


Husky Energy plans for higher 2018 capital budget compared with 2017

Husky Energy Inc. is planning to increase its capital spending in 2018 to between $2.9 billion and $3.1 billion.

That includes up to $1.1 billion on growth projects and up to $2 billion on sustaining and corporate spending. 170 more words


Husky given OK to restart Saskatchewan pipeline after major spill

The Saskatchewan government has given Husky Energy the OK to restart a pipeline after a major oil spill along the North Saskatchewan River in July 2016. 143 more words


Husky Oil Operations fined $100K in Lloydminster workplace injury

Husky Oil Operations has been fined after a worker was injured in a 2015 workplace accident.

The worker was injured on Aug. 24, 2015 after being impacted by a truck at the Husky Oil’s sand disposal facility in Lloydminster. 113 more words


Husky Energy to buy U.S. refinery for $435 million

A US$435-million deal to buy a refinery in Wisconsin will allow Husky Energy to match processing capacity with its growing heavy oil output while postponing a planned asphalt plant expansion in Alberta. 339 more words


First Nations lawsuit blames government inaction for Husky oil spill

A First Nations lawsuit alleges that government inaction is at least partly to blame for a Husky Energy oil spill that fouled water supplies for tens of thousands of people along the North Saskatchewan River last summer. 528 more words


Husky Energy posts $93-million loss; falls short of estimates

Husky Energy is reporting a $93-million loss for its second quarter and just $10 million of adjusted earnings, well below analyst estimates.

The three months ended June 30 were also weaker than the first quarter, when Husky had $71 million of adjusted earnings. 102 more words