husky energy inc (HUSKF) Key Developments
Husky Energy Inc. Appoints Jonathan McKenzie as Chief Financial Officer, Effective April 27, 2015
Apr 16 15
Husky Energy Inc. announced the appointment of Jonathan McKenzie as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective April 27, 2015. McKenzie has more than 20 years of professional experience, including about 15 years in the Canadian oil and gas industry. He most recently served as Chief Commercial Officer of Irving Oil Ltd. Prior to joining Irving in 2011 as Chief Financial Officer, he held senior executive roles at Calgary-based Suncor Energy and also worked with Crestar Energy. At Husky, McKenzie will be responsible for the Company's Finance division, including controllers, corporate accounting, treasury, tax, planning and internal audit.
Husky Energy Inc. Presents at 2015 CAPP Scotiabank Investment Symposium, Apr-09-2015 09:45 AM
Mar 24 15
Husky Energy Inc. Presents at 2015 CAPP Scotiabank Investment Symposium, Apr-09-2015 09:45 AM. Venue: Sheraton Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Robert W. P. Symonds, Senior Vice President of Western Canada Production.
Husky Energy Cuts 1,000 Jobs at Sunrise Project in Canada
Mar 12 15
Husky Energy has axed about 1,000 construction contract jobs at its Sunrise Energy project in northern Alberta, Canada.
Husky Energy Starts Oil Production at the Sunrise Energy Project in Northern Alberta
Mar 11 15
Husky Energy has started oil production at the Sunrise Energy Project in northern Alberta. Steam operations began in December 2014. Total production is expected to ramp up to full capacity of 60,000 barrels per day (30,000 bbls/day net to Husky) around the end of 2016.
Husky Energy Inc. Provides Operational Update on Liwan Gas Project
Mar 2 15
Husky Energy's reserves growth continued to outpace production in 2014, reflecting the additional booking of reserves at the Liwan Gas Project, the Sunrise Energy Project and heavy oil thermal projects. The average proved reserves replacement ratio in 2014 was 115% (111% including economic factors such as declining oil and gas prices during the year). The proved reserves replacement ratio over the past four years is 157% (143% including economic factors). At the end of 2014, Husky had total proved reserves before royalties of 1.3 billion boe, probable reserves of 1.9 billion boe and best estimate contingent resources of 14.8 billion boe. The Company's Oil Sands portfolio is responsible for 10.3 billion boe of the best estimate contingent resources total.