Husky Energy facing 3 charges for massive SeaRose oil spill off coast of N.L.

Husky Energy is facing three charges for a massive spill of crude oil into the Atlantic Ocean in November 2018. 

The 250,000-litre spill — the largest in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador — came from a leak in a flowline to the SeaRose FPSO, a floating production, storage and offloading vessel about 350 kilometres southeast of St.

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