Husky’s focus offshore Newfoundland and Labrador is in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin, home to the White Rose and Terra Nova oil fields, and the Flemish Pass Basin, where the Company and its partner have made recent discoveries.


On the eastern edge of the White Rose field are the North Amethyst, West White Rose and South White Rose extensions. All fields use the SeaRose floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel.

The West White Rose Project will be developed using a fixed wellhead platform, with first oil expected in 2022.

In the Flemish Pass Basin, Husky and its partner have made discoveries at Mizzen, Harpoon, Bay du Nord and Baccalieu. Husky holds a 35 percent working interest.

Canada-Newfoundland Benefits Agreement

Benefits from offshore petroleum projects include taxation, royalty revenues, employment and business opportunities.

Husky provides companies from Canada and from Newfoundland and Labrador with the opportunity to participate in its projects, on a commercially competitive basis, consistent with the objectives of the Atlantic Accord. Husky encourages the participation of designated groups (women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities), and corporations or cooperatives owned by them, to supply goods and services. Pre-qualified companies will be required to complete a Canada/Newfoundland and Labrador Benefits Questionnaire at the bid stage.

Provincial residents are given first consideration for training and employment opportunities. Benefits to Canada and to Newfoundland and Labrador are outlined in Husky's White Rose Benefits Plan and subsequent amendments.

Benefits & Diversity Reports

Procurement Opportunities

Please note that any updates, bulletins and/or clarifications regarding Atlantic Canada procurement opportunities will be posted here. Interested companies are advised to check regularly during the pre-submission period for any additional information.

Environmental Performance

Husky collects environmental effects monitoring data every two years. The program was designed from baseline data collected at the White Rose field and subject to approval by the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) and other environmental regulatory agencies.

The White Rose Production Phase Environmental Effects Monitoring Program Design document and the Baseline Data Collection Reports can be downloaded here.