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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Husky oil spill cleanup continues on Sask. river one year after pipeline leak

Cleanup resulting from the Husky Energy oil spill is expected to continue into August, according to an official with the Saskatchewan government’s Ministry of Environment. 393 more words

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Environment groups wait for charges in year-old Saskatchewan oil spill

A year after a major oil spill along the North Saskatchewan River fouled the water source for three Saskatchewan cities, an environmentalist says the company involved should get more than just “a slap on the wrist.” 687 more words

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