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Last C$24.89 CAD
Change Today -0.04 / -0.16%
Volume 265.0K
As of 4:00 PM 05/25/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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707-8th Avenue SW

PO Box 6525

Station D

Calgary, AB T2P 3G7

Canada

Phone: 403-298-6111

Fax: 403-298-7464

ndeveloped fields. The company also holds significant exploration acreage offshore Newfoundland and a portfolio of exploration licences offshore Greenland. White Rose Oil Field The White Rose oil field is located 354 kilometers off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador and approximately 48 kilometers east of the Hibernia oil field on the eastern section of the Jeanne d’Arc Basin. The company is the operator of the White Rose field and satellite tiebacks, including the North Amethyst, West White Rose and South White Rose Extensions. The company has a 72.5% working interest in the core field and a 68.875% working interest in the satellite fields. During 2014, the company’s production from the White Rose field was 6.5 thousand barrels per calendar day (mmbbls) (17.7 thousand barrels per day (mbbls/day)). Terra Nova Oil Field The Terra Nova oil field is located approximately 350 kilometers southeast of St. John’s, Newfoundland in 91 to 100 metres of water. The Terra Nova oil field is divided into three distinct areas, known as the Graben, the East Flank and the Far East. As at December 31, 2014, there were 14 development wells drilled in the Graben area, consisting of 8 production wells, 3 water injection wells and 3 gas injection wells. In the East Flank area there were 14 development wells, consisting of 8 production wells and 6 water injection wells. East Coast Exploration The company holds working interests ranging from 5.8% to 73.125% in 23 significant discovery areas in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin, Flemish Pass Basin, offshore Newfoundland and Labrador and Baffin Island. Greenland The company is the operator of two exploration licences offshore the west coast of Disko Island, Greenland. Oil Sands Sunrise Energy Project The Sunrise Energy Project is an in-situ Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage oil sands project located in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta. The project would be developed in multiple phases with Phase 1 consisting of two 30,000 barrels/day steam plants. Undeveloped Oil Sands Assets The company holds in excess of 550,000 acres in undeveloped oil sands leases and has a 100% working interest in all leases except in Athabasca South, in which it has a 50% working interest. The undeveloped oil sands leases include the Saleski asset covering approximately 241,000 acres located north of Wabasca, Alberta. Tucker Oil Sands Project Tucker is an in-situ SAGD oil sands project located 30 kilometers northwest of Cold Lake, Alberta. The company has expanded the project through the development of the overlying Lower Grand Rapids formation with an initial six well pairs. Heavy Oil Lloydminster Heavy Oil and Gas The majority of the company’s heavy oil assets are located in the Lloydminster region of Alberta and Saskatchewan, with lands consisting of approximately two million acres. The company operates approximately 4,500 wells in the area, with a 100% working interest in the majority of these wells. The company produces natural gas from numerous small shallow pools in the Lloydminster region and recovers solution gas produced from heavy oil wells. During 2014, Husky’s gross natural gas production from the Lloydminster region averaged 17.7 mmcf/day. The company drilled 153 gross cold heavy oil production with sand wells during 2014. Non-Thermal Enhanced Oil Recovery The company operated five solvent EOR pilot programs in 2014 and a CO2 capture and liquefaction plant at the Lloydminster Ethanol Plant. Western Canada (excluding Heavy Oil and Oil Sands) Northwest Western Canada northwest development operations are located primarily in north and central Alberta from the foothills in western Alberta to Slave Lake and Grande Prairie in northern Alberta. Husky operates 85 facilities in the area, including the Ram River Gas Plant in which the company has an average 85% working interest. The company continued to develop a resource cardium oil play in the Wapiti area south of the city of Grand Prairie, Alberta utilizing horizontal well and multi-stage fracturing technology to unlock crude oil reserves in the Cardium zone. Southeast The company’s Western Ca

 

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