Husky Energy tries to avoid labor squeeze
Looks for partners, possibly in U.S. or China, to upgrade Alberta bitumen; Petro-Canada partnership may expand upgrader’s size
For Petroleum News
Things are seldom black and white in the Alberta oil sands, but there was a definite hint of grey storm clouds gathering when Husky Energy put the skids under plans to build an on-site upgrader for its possible 300,000 barrel per day Sunrise project, blaming a severe and expanding labor shortage.
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Husky looking for partners
No Canadian answer to labor shortage
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