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Husky

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Husky has approximately 5,200 employees and has average daily production of about 320,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.
Exploration expense recovery from production might be granted to Husky.
In 1958 The HusKy I came along followed by the HusKy II, featuring the better 1,390cc Minx engine.
Husky vodka is a genuine Russian product - imported by MDG Spirits company, made in the country that invented vodka, produced in the extremely cold and harsh environment of Siberia region - the origin of the Husky breed.
I Zorn wanted to take us for a ride in a just-completed Husky to test out the new gear, but the plane wasn't quite finished and we had another engagement.
The Husky guys just stormed over Aliotti," Campbell said.
With Husky Group support, we will quickly establish ourselves as the principle supplier of high quality refrigeration to our target markets," he said.
A bus driver called us saying he saw a husky in Prudhoe and, in Wallsend, there was an advert in a shop window saying they had found a husky, but none of them turned out to be Kaiser.
At least eight fluffy white husky puppies yapped at our feet and licked our faces.
According to Husky Energy, the new plant, which will cost an estimated $145 million, will utilize approximately 350,000 tons of wheat per year to produce 130 million liters of ethanol annually and will replace the existing 25-year-old, 10-million-liter-per-year facility.
The Husky now had a slightly longer wheelbase, a larger 1,390cc overhead valve four cylinder engine, and styling changes to the body.