Operations

Terminals.

Hardisty Terminal

Blended crude from third-party and Husky production in Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as synthetic crude from the Lloydminster Upgrader, is transported to Hardisty.

With 3.4 million barrels of storage capacity, the terminal provides access to eastern Canada and the north-central United States through major export pipelines, including the Enbridge systems, the IPL Bow River South pipeline system and connections to TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline. An additional 500,000 barrel storage tank is under construction.

At Hardisty, Husky Midstream is responsible for blending Western Canadian Select (WCS), the benchmark for heavy Canadian crude oil. Throughput at the terminal is approximately 700,000 barrels per day.

Lloydminster Terminal

With storage capacity of 1 million barrels, the Lloydminster terminal is the central hub for the Cold Lake Gathering System and the Saskatchewan Gathering System.