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Summary of key numbers related to the Company’s operations and environmental, social and governance performance.

Safety and Operations Integrity

  2019 2018 2017 IPIECA1 SASB2 UN SDG3
Total Recordable Injury Rate Recordable injuries per 200,000 exposure hours 0.48 0.57 0.62 HS3 EM-EP-320a.1
EM-RM-320a.1
RT-CH-320.a.2
8
Lost-time Incident Rate Number of lost-time incidents per 200,000 exposure hours 0.05 0.11 0.11 HS3   8
Tier 1 Process Safety Events 5 12 12 HS5 EM-EP-540a.1
EM-RM-540a.1
 
Fatalities
Employees and contractors
0 0 0 HS3 EM-EP-320a.1
EM-RM-320a.1
RT-CH-320a.1
8
Pipeline Incident Rate Number per 1,000 km of pipeline 0.70 1.04 1.03 EM-MD-540a.1  
Number of Spills4 167 176 151 E9    
Volume of Spills – Hydrocarbons4, 5 Cubic metres 166 5636 352 E9 EM-EP-160a.2  
Volume of Hydrocarbons Recovered4, 7 Percentage 98 42 6 82 E9 EM-EP-160a.2  
Volume of Spills – Other4 (produced process water, refined products, other) Cubic metres 916 4,351 974 E9    

Economic

  2019 2018 2017 IPIECA1 SASB2 UN SDG3
Production Thousands of barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day 290 299 323 EM-EP-000.A  
Net Earnings8 Canadian $ millions (1,370) 1,457 786    
Cash Flow from Operating Activities8 Canadian $ millions 2,971 4,134 3,704    
Funds from Operations8, 9 Canadian $ millions 3,251 4,004 3,306    
Free Cash Flow8, 9, 10 Canadian $ millions (181) 426 1,086    
Capital Investment11 Canadian $ millions 3,432 3,578 2,220    
Reserves Proved and probable millions boe, before royalties 2,105 2,541 2,437    
Reserves Proved millions boe, before royalties 1,431 1,471 1,301    

Environmental

  2019 2018 2017 IPIECA1 SASB2 UN SDG3
Scope 1 GHG Intensity12 Tonnes of CO2e/mboe 37.44 NPR13 NPR13 E2   7, 13
Total Energy Use14, 15, 16, 17 Gigajoules (GJ) 162,330,00018 172,785,00019 155,500,00019 E2   7, 13
Scope 1 GHG Emissions15, 20 Tonnes of CO2e 9,570,00018 10,265,00019 11,180,00019 E1 EM-EP-110a.1
EM-MD-110a.1
EM-RM-110a.1
RT-CH-110a.1
13
Scope 2 GHG Emissions15, 16 Tonnes of CO2e 1,915,00018 2,035,00019 2,221,00019 E1   13
Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) Emissions15, 21 Tonnes 4,770 5,247 6,241 E8 EM-EP-110a.1
EM-MD-110a.1
EM-RM-110a.1
RT-CH-110a.1
3
Nitrogen Oxides (NOX expressed as NO2) Emissions15, 21 Tonnes 7,977 9,319 10,362 E8 EM-EP-110a.1
EM-MD-110a.1
EM-RM-110a.1
RT-CH-110a.1
3
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Emissions15, 21 Tonnes 3,491 3,884 4,106 E8 EM-EP-110a.1
EM-MD-110a.1
EM-RM-110a.1
RT-CH-110a.1
3
Filterable Fine Particulate Matter Emissions (PM2.5)15, 21, 22Tonnes 515 607 589 E8   3
Fresh Water Withdrawal23 Million cubic metres 27.418 30.519 31.719 E6 EM-EP-140a.1
EM-RM-140a.1
RT-CH-140a.1
6
Asset Retirement Spend8 $ millions 276 270 136 E11   15
  2019 2018 2017 IPIECA1 SASB2 UN SDG3
Number of Employees Permanent 4,802 5,157 5,152    
Employee Salaries and Benefits Full-time and part-time, $ millions 801 827 778    
Compensation Per Employee Canadian $ 167,000 160,000 151,000    
Employee Turnover Percentage, voluntary and retirements 4.6 4.6 3.9    
Senior Executive Gender Diversity24 Percentage of women, Canada 16 16 14 SE15   5.5
Community Contributions $ millions 3.6 4.5 3.0 SE4   3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 17
Employee Volunteer Commitment Hours 13,610 12,000 NPR    
Indigenous Vendor Contracts $ millions 72 30 30    

Governance

  2019 2018 2017 IPIECA1 SASB2 UN SDG3
Independent Board Members Percent 56 56 56    
Independent Audit Committee Members Percent 100 100 100    
Board Diversity Percentage of women 12.5 12.5 12.5   5.5
Ethics Help Line Reports Number of reports made 107 39 32 SE18   16.3

Footnotes

All data as of December 31, unless otherwise stated.

  1. Indicators from IPIECA/API/IOGP oil and gas industry guidance on voluntary sustainability reporting (2015).
  2. Indicators from Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Oil & Gas and Chemicals Standards Version 2018-10. Indicators track partial alignment where data is provided corporately for a given metric.
  3. Indicators that support the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
  4. Spill metrics are reported as of the seventh day following year end, consistent with management monthly reporting and review schedule.
  5. Includes reportable spills of any volume (including < 1 barrel) for regulations in place as at December 31, 2019. 2018 data adjusted to adopt 2019 regulatory reporting changes for horizontal directional drilling releases. Drilling fluid spills not categorized as "critical" (Saskatchewan) or "emergency" (Alberta) were excluded from 2018 and 2019 numbers.
  6. Does not include volumes of asphalt related to the Superior Refinery fire in April 2018.
  7. Volumes recovered during initial response or within seven days; additional volumes are remediated over the longer term.
  8. Refer to Husky’s 2019 Annual Report for further information.
  9. Refer to the "Non-GAAP Measures" advisory in this document.
  10. Excludes acquisitions and dispositions.
  11. Excludes asset retirement obligations, capitalized interest and amounts related to the Husky-CNOOC Madura and Husky Midstream Limited Partnership joint ventures, which are accounted for under the equity method for financial statement purposes.
  12. Husky’s 100% Gross Operated Scope 1 GHG emissions are adjusted for the Company’s working interest in Asia Pacific, Atlantic, Sunrise and Toledo assets. The carbon intensity numerator excludes the following emissions: drilling and completions, Pounder Emulsions and dryer emissions from both ethanol plants. The denominator excludes throughput from all Pounder Emulsion facilities and terminals and includes downstream throughput as well as produced and processed volumes for upstream facilities.
  13. Not previously reported.
  14. Excludes all gases flared, vented or incinerated as their energy content is not utilized.
  15. Reported for assets operated by Husky in Canada and the U.S. For any year, assets divested during that year are not included.
  16. Excludes purchased electricity associated with Husky retail stations and selected offices, based on assets operated.
  17. Energy calculations are based on fuel High Heating Value (HHV).
  18. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, data assurance will be completed later in 2020.
  19. Independent, limited assurance provided by KPMG.
  20. Scope 1 GHG emissions include carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O), reported as CO2 equivalent (CO2e). Scope 1 GHG emissions do not include emissions from biological sources, such as fermentation process emissions at Husky’s ethanol plants, and emissions from some on-site transportation, which are unavailable and not material. Fugitive emissions and drilling and completions emissions are estimated and reported as required by jurisdictions.
  21. SO2, NOx, VOC and filterable PM2.5 emissions are reported as the total for all facilities where criteria air contaminant emissions have been reported to the regulator.
  22. PM10 used as proxy for Superior Refinery as detailed emissions factors are unavailable, resulting in overstated emissions.
  23. Does not include fresh industrial wastewater.
  24. Senior executives include the CEO, CFO, COO and Senior Vice President and Vice President positions

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