Lau keeping Husky on tight leash
Reporters, analysts barred from annual meeting; told company had nothing of ‘significance’ to announce; CEO heads back to Hong Kong to oversee spinoff of Asian O&G operations
For Petroleum News
John Lau is leaving Husky Energy in much the same way that he has run Canada’s third largest oil and refining company — with his hand firmly on the controls.
In one of the oddest decisions anyone could remember, Lau’s final appearance before the company’s annual meeting, after 17 years as chief exec....
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