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Husky Energy Inc T.HSE

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Integrated
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.HSE.PR.A| HUSKF| T.HSE.PR.C| T.HSE.PR.E| T.HSE.PR.G

Husky Energy Inc is an integrated oil and gas company with upstream and downstream segments. The Company operates in Western Canada, the United States, the Asia Pacific Region and the Atlantic Region.
Price: $23.34 | Change: +$0.36 | %Change: +1.57%
Volume: 639,303 | Day High/Low: 23.73/22.88 | 52 Week High/Low: 33.62/21.05
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RE:RE:RE:Shale oil decline picking up pace

My feelings exactly, the Saudis and Kuwaitis are still shorting the market as a way of making up for some of their losses on oil revenue. You go short and then announce that you are going to pump the...read more
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RE:RE:Shale oil decline picking up pace

I am still amazed how crude futures are heading down. At 42   , 80% of US shales will eventually broke. Even BTE or ECA is in real danger of going under.  Maybe OPECs is still shorting.   Obama...read more
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RE:Shale oil decline picking up pace

The EIA weekly update is out and it shows a 70K bbl/d decrease to 9395K. That's a fairly substantial decrease for the week and it is now clear that American production is no longer rising but has in...read more
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Shale oil decline picking up pace

http://www.eia.gov/petroleum/drilling/pdf/dpr-full.pdf For simplicity I just quote the 3 main shale oil regions:                                Total production                                    ...read more
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WTI now under 44 bucks

I wonder how long it will be before the U.S. bankers start their "revolver raids?"  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Cheaper to buy Saudi oil than to continue drilling.

Yup, even the oil analyst's darling CNQ had to blame NDP for the higher taxes.  rate and reply
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RE:Cheaper to buy Saudi oil than to continue drilling.

Well, that is exactly what is going to happen if the oil industry has to endure another year of these disastrous prices. The tornado engulfing the non integrated producers is getting to the critical...read more
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Cheaper to buy Saudi oil than to continue drilling.

Why not just fill up on cheap Saudi oil rather than slug on the oil fields. Why waste all that energy drilling and pumping, spending $50 to get a barrel. Just buy it in the open market for less.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Shale oil decline seems starting per EIA final figures

This is probably a correction  to last week's 150k drop. What I see is gasoline production is very high.  rate and reply
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RE:Shale oil decline seems starting per EIA final figures

Hi T.V.---more EIA numbers today with yet another weekly increase of 50K bbls/d, completely at odds with their monthly figures which tell the opposite story. I wonder if history will look back and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:HSE want to become the largest owner in Syncrude?

Yup, its definitely kinda sad. Almost every mid-large cap oil and gas message board on stockhouse has him pumping COS.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:HSE want to become the largest owner in Syncrude?

no worry, oiltar is just a COS fanboy who came here to drum up COS share price  rate and reply
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Shale oil decline seems starting per EIA final figures

From  http://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/EIA-Capitulates-Under-Cover-Of-Darkness.html EIA  just revised May production downwards by 254k bbls/d. More downward revision likely in June and...read more
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RE:RE:HSE want to become the largest owner in Syncrude?

I don't think HSE will have any interest in COS.  rate and reply
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RE:HSE want to become the largest owner in Syncrude?

if so, superman LKS need to kick in with some of his cash as he has a lot after selling out china last year.  rate and reply
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HSE want to become the largest owner in Syncrude?

Better bid soon: The call was early  rate and reply
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RE:Top 6 Myths Driving Oil Prices Down

Thanks T.V., this was an excellent article. Take a look at that table of the 15 independents and their debt levels. Wow, over $70B in debt. Free cash flow deficits over 5 years are also over 70B. Note...read more
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Top 6 Myths Driving Oil Prices Down

http://oilprice.com/Energy/Oil-Prices/Top-6-Myths-Driving-Oil-Prices-Down.html  rate and reply
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RE:That is how fast shale oil can decline

http://moneyweek.com/rout-in-junk-bonds-market-could-spread-to-stockmarkets/ Note that the bond market for shale junk is starting to panic as per the link above. Yields on that worthless paper are...read more
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That is how fast shale oil can decline

http://www.baytexenergy.com/files/pdf/news-releases/2015/2015-07-30%20Q2%20FINAL.pdf "Production in the Eagle Ford averaged 39,548 boe/d (79% oil and NGL) during Q2/2015, as compared to 41,076 boe/d...read more