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After a year of 'drama,' Athabasca Oil Corp vows to get back to basics
Handout/Athabasca Oil Sands Corp.Athabasca needs a WTI oil price of US$40 to US$60 per barrel to breakeven on its single wells in the region, though the company was transitioning to a different technique to drive down its costs.
Athabasca Oil begins operations at Hangingstone oil sands project (ATHOF)  Seeking Alpha
Svarte cuts ties with Athabasca Oil Corp, the company he co-founded nine years ...
CALGARY - Sveinung Svarte, the Norwegian geophysicist who co-founded Athabasca Oil Corp. nine years ago, cut his last ties Monday to the once-high flying oil company that stumbled over a controversial oil sands deal with PetroChina.
Athabasca Oil Corporation Announces Director Resignation  Stockhouse
Athabasca Oil losses deepen as commodity prices slide
Athabasca Oil Corp. reported a bigger net loss and lower cash flow Tuesday as first quarter realized prices from its conventional oil and gas division plunged to $29.35 per barrel of oil equivalent from $61.12 a year earlier.
Athabasca Oil Corporation Reports First Quarter 2015 Financial and Operating ...  MarketWatch
Armed with assets and cash, Athabasca Oil sets new course amid low oil prices
The new chief executive at Athabasca Oil Corp. is a farm-raised 45-year-old engineer from central Alberta whose favourite non-work pastimes are golfing, snowmobiling and spending time with his wife and three teenage children.
Athabasca Oil cuts 2015 capital plan as crude prices plummet
Athabasca Oil Corp. surprised analysts Wednesday with a severely reduced capital spending plan for 2015 but investors reacted positively, giving its deep-discounted stock a 10 per cent boost.
Athabasca Oil sets out thinner 2015 budget as crude prices languish  CanadianBusiness.com
Athabasca Oil Corporation Announces Initial 2015 Capital Budget  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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With PetroChina 'soap opera' over, Athabasca Oil looks to new priorities
Sveinung Svarte is out as president and CEO of Athabasca Oil Corp. - though not completely, as the Calgary-based oil producer moves past its roller-coaster oil sands partnership with PetroChina and doubles down on its other businesses.
Athabasca Oil Corporation Announces Board of Directors and Executive ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Athabasca Oil raises 2015 capital budget, says CEO to retire  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
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Athabasca Oil Corp shares dive on worries over PetroChina US$1.23-billion ...
CALGARY - Athabasca Oil Corp. shares tumbled Monday as the company sought to reassure investors it was working to collect a cash payment from PetroChina Co.
Athabasca Oil Corporation Provides Clarification on the Closing of the Dover ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Athabasca's Dover oilsands deal held up by Chinese corruption probe  CBC.ca
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Why Athabasca Oil's $1.23-billion Dover payday might trigger a takeover
After investing billions in Alberta's oil sands, PetroChina is expected to honour the payment, which will put it in full control of the Dover project.
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Athabasca Oil Corp.'s cash windfall may arrive soon
Athabasca Oil Corp.'s wait for a $1.32-billion cash windfall from PetroChina Co. may be nearing an end. Shares of the Calgary-based oil producer have tumbled nearly 15% since early May, amid mounting uncertainty over whether PetroChina would follow ...
Canadian Stocks Rise as Oil Producers, Financial Shares Advance  Bloomberg
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Duvernay deal cheered by Athabasca Oil
Ironically, Chevron's partner, Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Co., is a division of national oil corporation Kuwait Petroleum Corp., identified by sources two years ago as one of two prospective partners with Athabasca to partner on its ...
Chevron Corp sells 30% stake in Canadian shale assets to Kuwait for $1.5-billion  Financial Post
Chevron to Sell Stake in Canadian Shale for $1.5 Billion  Bloomberg
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