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Last C$27.21 CAD
Change Today -0.20 / -0.73%
Volume 757.5K
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707-8th Avenue SW

PO Box 6525

Station D

Calgary, AB T2P 3G7


Phone: 403-298-6111

Fax: 403-298-7464

en Toledo and Dayton, has an atmospheric crude throughput capacity of 160 mbbls/day. The Lima Refinery processes both light sweet crude oil feedstock sourced from the United States and Africa, and with the commissioning of the Keystone Pipeline system, Canadian synthetic crudes, including HSB produced by the Lloydminster Upgrader. The Lima Refinery produces gasoline, gasoline blend stocks, diesel, jet fuel, petrochemical feedstock, and other by-products. The feedstock is received through the Mid-Valley and Marathon Pipelines, and the refined products are transported through the Buckeye and Inland pipeline systems and by rail car to primary markets in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and southern Michigan. BP-Husky Toledo, Ohio Refinery: The BP-Husky Toledo Refinery, in which the company holds a 50% interest, has a name plate capacity of 160 mbbls/day and an operating capacity of 135 to 145 mbbls/day on its current crude slate. Products include low sulphur gasoline, ultra low sulphur diesel, aviation fuels, propane, kerosene, and asphalt. Upgrading Operations The company owns and operates the Husky Lloydminster Upgrader, a heavy oil upgrading facility located in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan. The Upgrader is designed to process blended heavy crude oil feedstock into high quality, low sulphur synthetic crude oil. Synthetic crude oil is used as refinery feedstock for the production of premium transportation fuels in Canada and the United States. In addition, the Upgrader recovers the diluent, which is blended with the heavy crude oil prior to pipeline transportation to reduce viscosity and facilitate its movement, and returns it to the field to be reused. Canadian Refined Products The company’s Canadian Refined Products operations include refining of light crude oil, manufacturing of fuel and fuel grade ethanol, manufacturing of asphalt products from heavy crude oil and acquisition by purchase and exchange of refined petroleum products. Its retail distribution network includes the wholesale, commercial and retail marketing of refined petroleum products and provides a platform for non-fuel related convenience product businesses. Light oil refined products are produced at the Husky refinery at Prince George, British Columbia and are also acquired from third-party refiners and marketed through Husky and Mohawk branded retail and commercial petroleum outlets and through direct marketing to third-party dealers and end users. Asphalt and residual products are produced at the company’s asphalt refinery at Lloydminster, Alberta and are marketed directly or through its eight emulsion plants, five of which are also asphalt terminals located throughout Western Canada. Prince George Refinery The company’s light oil refinery in Prince George, British Columbia, provides refined products to Husky and third-party retail outlets in the central and northern regions of the province. The refinery produces all grades of unleaded gasoline, seasonal diesel fuels, mixed propane and butane, and heavy fuel oil. Lloydminster Asphalt Refinery The company’s Lloydminster Asphalt Refinery processes heavy crude oil into asphalt products used in road construction and maintenance and industrial asphalt products. The refinery has a throughput capacity of 29 mbbls/day of heavy crude oil. The refinery also produces straight run gasoline, bulk distillates and residuals. The straight run gasoline stream is removed and re-circulated into the heavy oil pipeline network as pipeline diluent and the distillate stream is used by the Upgrader to make ultra low sulphur diesel fuel. The bulk distillates are hydrogen deficient and are transferred directly to the Upgrader and then treated for blending into the HSB stream. Residuals are a blend of medium and light distillate and gas oil streams, which are sold directly to customers as drilling and well fracturing fluids or used in asphalt cutbacks and emulsions. Asphalt Distribution Network The company’s Pounder Emulsions division has a market share in Western Canada for road application emulsion products. Additional non-asphalt based road maintenance products are also marketed and distributed throug


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