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Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. Becomes Athabasca Oil Corporation
(TSX: ATH) (Athabasca) announces that shareholders approved a change of name to Athabasca Oil Corporation at today's Annual General and Special Meeting, effective immediately.
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Alberta may be tight oil hot spot
CALGARY - Athabasca Oil Sands Corp.'s name change Thursday to Athabasca Oil Corp. reflects its new focus on tight oil - and industry's rush to the new technologyintensive play type that could see Alberta emerge as another North American hot spot.
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The age of extreme oil: 'This used to be a forest?'
One grey Thursday at the end of April, a plane touched down in Fort McMurray, Alta., carrying four Achuar Indians from the Peruvian Amazon.
Iran accepts Chinese yuan in exchange for oil
It is unclear how much of Iran's oil China is paying for with its own currency. China's two major Iranian oil buyers, Sinopec Corp and Zhuhai Zhenrong Corp, have been paying mostly in euros for the roughly 520,000 barrels per day of supplies they receive.
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The end of thought?
If that happens before we can fully exploit the oil sands, the Athabasca region will revert to being a desolate landscape of interest only to moose and the occasional trapper, forgotten by the environmentalists who are so determined to slow its ...
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CP battle just the latest tango on Bill Ackman's dance card
Mr. Ackman, known for pushing through strategic changes at McDonald's Corp. and persuading Wendy's to spin off its Tim Hortons division, became a thorn in the side of Mr. Lampert in 2005 when his Pershing Square Capital Management LP began ...
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CP strike may impact Imperial Oil
Imperial Oil Ltd., a division of Exxon Mobil Corp., said its refineries rely on Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., which has suspended Canada's second-largest freight train network because of a Teamsters strike.
Farm industries push for back-to-work legislation in case of CP Rail strike  National Post
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Canadians believe 'green' oil development possible: poll
Two-thirds of Canadians believe the country can increase its oil and gas production without creating new environmental hazards, says a new poll.
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Community involvement still trumps social media when it comes to effective ...
Networking has been turned on its head in the last decade. As executive search experts, we hear from young lawyers and accountants who are striving to build their client base that networking is essential.
Canadian oil production may hit six million bpd by 2020: CIBC
�While long-term company forecasts are inherently optimistic, as, in reality, financing, inflation and crude oil price volatility wreak havoc with the best-intentioned plans, this is, nonetheless, a considerable gap [to CAPP],� wrote Mr. Potter in a ...
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