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    Husky Energy’s Rush Lake Thermal Project Begins Operations

    Approximately 8 weeks ahead of schedule, commercial operations have begun at Husky Energy’s Rush Lake thermal heavy oil project, the company said in a recent release.

    The oil pipeline and tank storage facilities at the Husky Energy oil terminal in Hardisty, Alta.in a 2007 file photo.  Image courtesy of The Canadian Press/Larry MacDougal
    The oil pipeline and tank storage facilities at the Husky Energy oil terminal in Hardisty, Alta.in a 2007 file photo. Image courtesy of The Canadian Press/Larry MacDougal

    The latest in a series of thermal projects, including Pikes Peak South and Paradise Hill, the 10,000 barrels per day (bbls/day) Rush Lake facility is expected to ramp up to full production shortly, increasing Husky’s current production from thermal projects from 44,000 bbls/day to 78,500 bbls/day over the next 18 months.

    Husky Energy’s heavy oil thermal business continues to grow, as additional projects over the long and medium term are currently under evaluation.

    To read the full press release click here, or visit www.huskyenergy.com for more information on this and other projects from Husky Energy.

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