Asim Ghosh has been on the Board of Directors of Husky Energy since May 2009 and President and Chief Executive Officer since June 2010. He is the former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone India Limited. Mr. Ghosh started his career with Procter & Gamble in Canada and subsequently became a Senior Vice President of Carling O'Keefe. He later became founding Chief Executive Officer of Pepsi Foods' start up operations in India and subsequently served in senior executive positions and as Chief Executive Officer of the AS Watson consumer packaged goods subsidiary of Hutchison Whampoa. From 1991 to 1998 he managed a group of 13 business units, and expanded the group's operations from Hong Kong to China and Europe. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited, a Director of the Li Ka Shing (Canada) Foundation, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.
Mr. Peabody was appointed Chief Operating Officer in 2006. He is responsible for leading Husky's Upstream (excluding Asia Pacific) and Downstream businesses, and is accountable for Safety, Procurement, Engineering and Project Management. Mr. Peabody is a former member of the leadership team at BP, where he headed four major businesses in Europe and the United States. A member of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta, he has also served as a member of the board with the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association in the United States.
Appointed as Chief Financial Officer in April 2015, Mr. McKenzie is an experienced financial executive with extensive energy and utilities sector experience. Before joining Husky, Mr. McKenzie was Chief Commercial Officer with Irving Oil Ltd. in Saint John, New Brunswick. Mr. McKenzie holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alberta. Mr. McKenzie is a Chartered Accountant.
Mr. Allison was appointed Vice President, Exploration in June 2010 with responsibilities for resource capture and appraisal within the Western Canada Basin, Canadian Frontier and International regions, as well as geological and geophysical services and business development. Mr. Allison joined Husky in 2002 as Deep Basin Exploration Manager. In 2012, he was made Senior Vice President. Mr. Allison holds a Professional Geologist designation and is a member of the CSPG and AAPG.
Mr. Baird was appointed Senior Vice President, Downstream in April 2012. Previously he had been Vice President, Downstream and Vice President, Upgrading and Refining for Canada. He is responsible for overseeing five business units including Canadian Downstream, U.S. Refining, Retail & Canadian Product Marketing, Commodity Supply & Marketing and Downstream Commercial. Mr. Baird is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).
Edward T. Connolly joined Husky as Vice President, Heavy Oil in 2006 and has responsibility for managing the heavy oil reserves and production portfolio. Mr. Connolly was previously Manager, Drilling, Well Completions and Facilities Construction with Talisman Energy Canada, and Facilities Construction Project Manager with BP Canada Ltd. He is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).
Since 2011, Ms. Foster has lead Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion, Real Estate, Corporate Services, Information Services and Corporate Responsibility at Husky Energy. She is an experienced human resources practitioner with extensive oil and gas experience both domestically and internationally. Before joining Husky, Ms. Foster was Country Manager, Norway for Nexen Inc., responsible for the direction, management and corporate strategy of Nexen's Norwegian operations. She worked for Husky from 1984 to 1993, eventually becoming Manager, Corporate Planning & Economics. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from McMaster University.
Mr. Gardner was appointed Senior Vice President, Business Development at Husky in December 2014. Before coming to Husky, he had a nearly 17-year career with BP, most recently as Director of Upstream Business Development, Europe & Africa, in London, United Kingdom. Mr. Gardner is a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.
Mr. Girgulis joined the Company in 1994 and was appointed to the position of Vice President, Legal & Corporate Secretary at Husky in 2000. He was previously General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Husky Oil Ltd. In 2012, he was made Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary. Mr. Girgulis was called to the Alberta Bar in 1982 and was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2005.
Mr. Hinkel was appointed Chief Operating Officer, Asia Pacific in December 2010 with responsibility for Husky's operations in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining Husky, he held positions of increasing responsibility in the oil, gas, and mining industries including President and CEO of Enventure Global Technology, a subsidiary of the Shell Group and CEO of Molycorp, a subsidiary of Unocal Corporation. Mr. Hinkel spent 21 years with Unocal in various positions including Senior Vice President – Indonesia and General Manager – Global Procurement. He has been an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers for more than 30 years.
Mr. Maclean joined Husky as Vice President, Developments for the Atlantic Region in 2011. In October 2012, he was appointed Senior Vice President, Atlantic Region. Mr. Maclean brings more than 30 years of international operational and project experience in the upstream sector. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Dundee College of Technology, Scotland, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Offshore Engineering from Robert Gordon's Institute of Technology, Aberdeen, Scotland. Mr. Maclean is a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Energy Institute and Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Terry Manning was appointed Senior Vice President, Safety, Engineering & Procurement in January 2012 with responsibilities for safety, procurement, project management services and technical services. He was previously Vice President, Engineering & Procurement Management. Prior to joining Husky, he was Vice President, Capital Projects with Barrick Gold Corporation; General Manager, Project Management Office with Suncor Energy Inc., and Director of Projects at Agrium.
Ms. Murphy is the Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs. She is specifically accountable for investor relations, public and government affairs, media and corporate communications, aboriginal and community relations and community investment matters for Husky. She has over 25 years of experience and prior to joining Husky in 2008, she held executive positions with several oil and gas companies including assignments across Canada, in the United States and Norway.
Responsible for the Oil Sands Business Unit, which is comprised of a portfolio of properties highlighted by the Sunrise SAGD project. Mr. Myer was appointed Vice President, Oil Sands, in November 2010 with responsibilities to develop and operate the Sunrise SAGD asset and advance Husky's portfolio of emerging properties in the oil sands region. In 2012, he was made Senior Vice President. Mr. Myer is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta, Society of Petroleum Engineers and Canadian Heavy Oil Association.
Responsible for the leadership and management of Husky's Upstream business in Western Canada excluding Heavy Oil and Oil Sands. Focus is on growing Husky's production from oil and gas resource plays and enhanced recovery while achieving target finding and development and operating costs. Mr. Symonds was appointed Vice President, Western Canada Production in June 2011. In 2012, he was made Senior Vice President. Mr. Symonds holds a Professional Engineer designation and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Jerry Miller was appointed Vice President, U.S. Refining in October 2015. As Vice President and General Manager of the Lima Refining Company, he is responsible for refining operations in the United States, including the Lima Refinery.