Husky Energy laid off workers on Tuesday but declined to provide specific numbers or any further detail.
“These are difficult decisions and we will continue to take the steps necessary to ensure the company’s resilience through this cycle and beyond,” spokesperson Mel Duvall wrote in a statement.
Duvall said the job cuts were across the company’s operations.
This comes after Husky’s March announcement that 1,000 tradespeople at its Sunrise oilsands project would be laid off.
And last February, Husky announced there would be job cuts in a reduction of the year’s capital budget by as much as $400 million. The company said it was looking for up to $600 million in operational savings in response to the ongoing low-price environment for oil and gas.