Husky Expands Operations in Lloydminster
Husky will construct an energy efficient office building adjacent to its existing main office building in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan to serve its expanding regional operations.
"The Lloydminster Office Building reflects Husky's commitment to the community and reinforces the importance of Husky's operations in this region," Mr. John C.S. Lau, President and CEO said. "Husky is building an environmentally friendly facility that will utilize energy-efficient technologies and practices."
"The City of Lloydminster is pleased with Husky's announcement. The City has a long history of working in partnership with Husky and Mr. Lau on progressive initiatives," Mayor Jeff Mulligan said. "The commitment to a new office building reinforces the prominent role of Husky as a major contributor to the local economy and energizes the City's ongoing economic development plans."
The Lloydminster area of Alberta and Saskatchewan is a core area for Husky. The Company's heavy oil assets are concentrated in a large producing region covering more than 8,000 square kilometres. Today, Husky is a significant employer in the area and has various infrastructure, production and exploration in the area, including a heavy oil upgrader, a co-generation power plant, an ethanol plant, a logistics centre and pipelines.
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