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Asia to fuel global growth, economists say
The polls of more than 700 economists across the world, taken in the past few days in the run up to this week's meeting of G20 finance ministers, predicted 3.3% global growth this year, unchanged from a poll taken three months ago.
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Canfor earnings suffer sharp decline
Canfor Pulp was created several years ago when it was partially spun out as a separate business from Canfor Corp. , with the two companies jointly owning the Canfor Pulp Limited Partnership.
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Shale oil: from curse to cure for US East Coast refiners?
The Pew family, which had large holdings in Texas, built the plant to help absorb the gusher of crude that had unexpectedly emerged in east Texas, which lacked refining capacity and sufficient demand for the fuel. The Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania ...
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Couche-Tard plots next move in Europe
Germany, the United Kingdom and the Benelux countries are next on the list as oil producers like Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Exxon Mobil Corp. divest retail assets over time, said Couche-Tard chief financial officer Raymond Par�. ... Couche-Tard ...
Statoil Sells Petrol Stations  The Nordic Page
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Imperial Oil profit tops $1-billion
Cold Lake is the largest thermal in-situ oil sands project in the world, and Imperial's biggest producing asset, comprising about half of its daily liquids production.
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Ontario's Power Trip: The great electricity bill cover-up
To deal with this loss, the Ontario Power Authority procured over 7,000 megawatts of new, natural gas-fired generation, most of which is now in service. The Renewables Replace Coal argument has come up belatedly, as a way of justifying the runaway ...
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North America to lead global energy investments in 2012
�The U.S. and North America currently make up 50% of all drilling activity in the world,� Candida Scott, senior director at IHS CERA told the Financial Post in an interview.
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Shell-Iogen plant cancellation raises doubts about new biofuel technology
Ottawa-based Iogen Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC have killed a plan to build a cellulosic ethanol plant in Canada, raising new doubts about a technology that governments have touted as ready to make a major contribution to North America's fuel ...
Shell, Iogen cancel plans to build Manitoba biofuel plant  National Post
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Fibrek and market integrity
The issues involved where a small Quebec company has received a hostile bid from AbittibiBowater Inc. at $1 a share and a friendly offer at $1.30 a share from Mercer International.
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RBC buys remaining stake in RBC Dexia Investor Services
After months of speculation, Royal Bank of Canada said it has struck a deal to acquire the 50% stake in RBC Dexia that it doesn't already own from Banque Internationale � Luxembourg SA for about $1.1-billion in cash.
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