Husky Energy Inc. Chief Executive Officer Asim Ghosh has a stern warning for Canadian political leaders considering changes to climate policy: don’t go it alone with a carbon tax. The Canadian oil producer controlled by Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing would support a tax if it’s applied broadly and at least includes the rest of North America, Ghosh said Friday on a conference call to discuss third-quarter earnings results. “It would be politically suicidal for us to do a mea culpa and hang our neck out in a way that disadvantages the industry here,” Ghosh said. “It has to be across the board and Canada as a jurisdiction or Alberta as a jurisdiction cannot be disadvantaged.” Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is planning changes to the government’s climate policy after already raising an existing carbon levy on the oil-producing province’s biggest emitters. Her New Democratic Party took power in May. […]