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Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. Provides First Quarter 2012 Results and Operational ...
2012 represents a pivotal year for Athabasca's Oil Sands Division. The company expects to obtain approval for its Hangingstone 12,000 bbl/d SAGD Project, and for its 6,000 bbl/d Thermal Assisted Gravity Drainage (TAGD) Pilot/Demonstration Project.
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Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. Announces the Appointment of a New Board Member
CALGARY, April 3, 2012 /CNW/ - Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. (TSX: ATH) (AOSC) is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Ronald J. Eckhardt to the Board of Directors of Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. Mr. Eckhardt brings over 35 years of oil and gas industry ...
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The Keystone XL delay was a gift to Canada
In January, PetroChina expanded its oil sands investments by acquiring, for $680-million, additional oil sands assets from Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. In February, PetroChina acquired a 20-per-cent interest in Shell's Groundbirch asset for an undisclosed ...
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Asian deep pockets key for Sunshine Oilsands
In Sunshine Oilsands Ltd., it has taken yet another form: The company is half-owned by major Asian interests and launched its IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on March 1, becoming the first Canadian oil sands company to list there. John Zahary ...
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Teck revenue hits record, just short of Street view
In January, Teck signed a deal to buy SilverBirch Energy Corp. for $435-million, snagging full ownership in two oil sands projects and spinning out the rest into a new junior company. The deal gives Teck the Frontier and Equinox projects, as well as a ...
Teck Resources Q1 falls short, despite record revenue and higher copper output  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
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Part Six: Oil spills costly to companies and environment, yet seem inevitable ...
The transport of oil is big money. But so is a pipeline spill - something Enbridge Inc., proponent of the $5.5-billion Northern Gateway pipeline project, knows painfully well.
Consumers could lose out as smaller wireless players struggle
... established incumbents, Moody's vice-president Bill Wolfe said in the report. Rogers Communications, Bell Canada and Telus Corp. still control a daunting 92% of market share. Of the remainder, regional service providers control another 5.1% and the ...
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Google trial documents reveal ambitious plans for growth beyond search
Google Inc. projected in 2010 it would get more than 35% of its 2013 revenue from outside its flagship search operation, anticipating three non-search businesses, including commerce, would generate more than US$5-billion each, according to internal ...
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US lawmakers launch Wal-Mart bribery probe, Mexico calls for own investigation
Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers on Monday said they are launching an investigation into allegations of bribery at Wal-Mart Stores Inc's Mexican affiliate. Representative Elijah Cummings, the top Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform ...
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Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson's letter explaining why he fired 2000 employees
But the time has come to move Yahoo! forward aggressively with increased focus and accountability. Our values have always been about treating all Yahoos with dignity and respect, and today is a day to embrace those values.
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