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Why Canadian Natural Resources Limited Is Dominating the Oil Patch
Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSX: CNQ)(NYSE: CNQ) is one of the world's largest independent crude oil and natural gas producers.
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4 Things Canadian Natural Resources Limited's Management Wants You to Know
Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSX: CNQ) (NYSE: CNQ) is transitioning its portfolio towards long-life, low decline assets like Horizon and Pelican Lake.
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Why Canadian Natural Resources Limited Is the Best Oil Stock to Buy Right Now
Bank of Nova Scotia's study of over 50 oil plays in North America found that western Canadian plays, even in the oil sands, cost less to produce than the popular U.S. plays, including the Bakken. This finding came as somewhat of a shock because the ...
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3 Forever Stocks for Young Investors: Canadian National Railway Company ...
However, there's one company especially well-positioned to deal with these ups and downs: Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSX: CNQ)(NYSE: CNQ). It has built a fantastic reputation for smart capital allocation and ferocious cost control over the ...
Can An Elephant Hide In Canada? Upside For Canadian Natural Resources ...
With the Keystone Pipeline out of the news and U.S. investors focused on domestic plays like the Bakken, Marcellus, Permian and Eagle Ford, it is easy to miss the Canadian elephants to the north.
Stocks to Watch: Goldcorp Inc. (USA) (NYSE:GG), Canadian Natural Resource ...
Canadian Natural Resource Ltd (USA) (NYSE:CNQ) reports its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend on its common shares of C$0.225 per common share.
TSX down as energy, gold mining stocks weigh
Crude oil and gold prices are under pressure due to a strong U.S. dollar, in which both key resources are typically priced, and fears about slower global demand.
Beat the Looming West Texas Intermediate Price Crunch With These Players in ...
Energy investors are witnessing an intriguing phenomenon. Despite growing production disruptions in the Middle East because of escalating regional conflicts, which traditionally drive crude prices higher, oil prices are softening since peaking in late ...
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An Ontario-Quebec power pact would have a win-win outcome
Alberta's oil pipeline hub, where millions of barrels of crude flow each day to pipelines that feed markets in Canada and the United States is a beehive of activity. Analysts expect many Canadian oil sands companies to surge, most notably Whitecap ...
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One big obstacle to fracking worldwide? Water shortages.
Among other things, cheap shale gas from fracking has pushed down electricity prices and curtailed US carbon-dioxide emissions (by displacing dirtier coal).
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