Cleanup of oil spill in Saskatchewan cost $107M, Husky Energy says
Spill leaked about 90K litres of heavy crude and diluent into the North Saskatchewan River last July
Husky Energy says efforts to clean up a major oil pipeline spill last year in Saskatchewan have cost $107 million.
- Husky's oil pipeline broke due to ground movement, report says
- Husky Energy has spent $90M responding to Sask. pipeline spill
About 90,000 litres of heavy crude and diluent leaked into the North Saskatchewan River last July, jeopardizing drinking water supplies for thousands of people downstream.
Husky Energy said ground movement was to blame for the pipeline rupture.
The Saskatchewan government is also investigating.