Husky Energy said it has made further job cuts as the oil price slide continues.
The company confirmed it had made job losses, but would not confirm numbers.
It was revealed last year that the organisation, controlled by Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing, had made 1,400 redundancies.
A spokesman for the company said the move had been “difficult decision “while adding Husky would continue to take steps to ensure “resilience” while the oil price remains lower.
Last month, Husky suspended dividend payments and reduced its budget for the year.
Husky also said it was planning for $40 per barrel of oil.