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New water reservoir to double capacity in Prince Albert, Sask.

A sod turning was held Tuesday in Prince Albert to kick off construction of a water reservoir to help mitigate potential supply disruptions such as what happened during the… 361 more words


Husky Energy court case for oil spill adjourned until June

Court proceedings against Husky Energy Ltd. related to a pipeline leak into the North Saskatchewan River have been adjourned until June 21 after a brief appearance in Lloydminster, Sask., provincial court. 152 more words


Husky Energy facing up to $1M fine for 2016 oil spill from Sask., plus nine federal charges

Husky Energy will be going to court over the 2016 oil spill near Maidstone, Sask, which saw 225,000 litres of oil leak from the pipe. Sixty per cent of the spill was contained to the land, and 40 per cent of the oil entered the North Saskatchewan River. 788 more words


Environment minister says Husky oil spill investigation is 'wrapping up'

A year after the Ministry of Justice began their review of the 2016 Husky o​il spill, Environment Minister Dustin Duncan still has no word on when that review will be complete. 333 more words


Varcoe: As oilpatch spending falls, CEOs warn Canada falling behind U.S.

Wakey-wakey, Bill Morneau.

More money is flowing through the energy investment pipeline into the United States, while Canada isn’t yet ready to mount an aggressive campaign to attract capital here. 950 more words


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