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Minimizing Impact on Land, Water, Air and Habitat

Purpose and Progress

The Company is committed to minimizing its impact on land and habitat, air and water, in line with its efforts to achieve continuous improvement across all segments of its business.

Husky closely monitors the impact of its operations and actively seeks ways to mitigate and further reduce its environmental footprint in a number of operational areas including:

Sustainability Groups and Industry Organizations

Husky participates in a number of sustainability groups and industry organizations to benefit from industry innovation and best practices, including:

  • Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI)
  • Beaver River Watershed Alliance
  • Calgary Regional Airshed Zone (CRAZ)
  • Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)
  • Canadian Fuels Association (CFA)
  • Canadian Land Reclamation Association (CLRA)
  • Carbon Disclosure Project
  • China Offshore Environmental Services (COES)
  • China Offshore Oil Operation Safety Office (COOSO)
  • Clearwater Mutual Aid CO-OP
  • Cumulative Effects Management Association (CEMA)
  • Eastern Canada Response Corporation (ECRC)
  • Environmental Citizens Action Committee
  • Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA)
  • Integrated CO2 Network (ICO2N)
  • International Oil & Gas Producers Association (OGP)
  • International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
  • Lakeland Industry and Community Association (LICA)
  • MacKenzie Delta Spill Response Corporation (MDSRC)
  • Marine Pollution Control
  • North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance
  • Ohio Chemistry Trade Council (OCTC)
  • Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL)
  • One Ocean
  • Orphan Well Association
  • Ottawa River Coalition (ORC)
  • Parkland Air Management Zone (PAMZ)
  • Prince George Air Improvement Roundtable (PGAIR)
  • Regional Aquatics Monitoring Program (RAMP)
  • Southeast Saskatchewan Airshed Association (SESAA)
  • Upstream Saskatchewan Spill Response Co-op Area 2, 3 & 4 Spill Response Cooperatives
  • Water Technology Development Centre (WTDC) – a COSIA joint industry project
  • Western Canadian Spill Services (WCSS)
Delivering Results: Husky continues to make progress in its efforts to reduce its impact on land and habitat, air and water and launched an innovative project in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan to capture carbon dioxide emissions in order to increase oil recovery.