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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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Majority of oil sands ownership and profits are foreign, says analysis
But the institute's research has been challenged by some economists, including former Insurance Corporation of British Columbia president Robyn Allan, who have argued this analysis doesn't adequately consider the impact of fluctuations of the Canadian ...
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Shell puts Orion project on the block
Shell said it aims to concentrate its non-mining oil sands efforts on the Peace River region, located North and West of the Cold Lake area, where the company has �a significant resource base.� �We expect it could take several months to finalize a sale ...
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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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Canadian Natural sees Brent-WTI spread collapse with Seaway
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., owner of the Horizon oil sands project, expects the spread between Brent crude and West Texas Intermediate to collapse as the reversed Seaway pipeline is completed and expanded.
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Giant suit hits Chevron Canada
Alan Lenczner, a Toronto-based litigator, filed the claim in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Wednesday, seeking to enforce an Ecuadoran trial judgment which found the company liable for poorly managing waste oil pits in the Amazon rainforest over ...
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As Canada mulls national energy strategy, Asia may look elsewhere for oil, gas
Canada's energy industry is committed to supplying the Pacific powers with the oil and gas they crave, yet their plans to do so have been met with constant delays and vocal opposition.
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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.
CP Rail, union agree to keep commuter lines running in event of strike  National Post
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Keystone XL pipeline will lead to higher gas prices, group says
TransCanada Corp.'s proposed pipeline to carry crude from the oil sands of Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast would increase gasoline prices, according to a report from an environmental group that opposes the project.
Keystone XL Pipeline Will Raise US Gasoline Prices, Group Says  Bloomberg
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