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A quarter of discounts, price collapses
Meanwhile, Suncor Energy Inc. shut an upgrading unit for up to five weeks of unplanned repairs, with daily production averaging 140,000 bpd, less than half of its 350,000-bpd annual production target.
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Our Loonie Runs on More Than Oil
No one is doubting the importance of oil and energy to the Canadian economy, but the entire energy sector represents less than five per cent of GDP.
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LinkedIn interface used for instant salary report tool
In conjunction with the launch of a new tool that gives LinkedIn members access to personalized salary reports, the social media company released survey data Tuesday on professionals' confidence in their negotiating skills. To summarize: Not great.
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Eldorado Gold jumps on production outlook
Eldorado Gold Corp, the Canadian miner that recently acquired European Goldfields, expects its annual gold production to touch 1.7 million ounces within five years as it brings new mines into production.
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Taking advantage of new opportunities spells success
The company's approach results in small orders with short lead times, meaning Schildroth presides over a nimble shop, doing interesting work.
Penford Corp narrows Q2 net loss, revenues rise 16%
Penford Corp. (NASDAQ:PENX) Monday narrowed its net loss during the second-quarter as revenues grew by nearly 16 percent amid volume growth and improved pricing at its industrial ingredient unit.
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Iofina acquires mid-stream production site, enters iodine recycling business
The site will now be placed into the company's backlog of sites and locations for rollout. �The board is pleased with the purchase of our first company owned mid-stream production site,� said chief executive and president of Iofina Lance Baller. �By ...
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Wiebo Ludwig Dead: Oilpatch Bomber Was A Warrior To Some, Terrorist To Others
Long before celebrities such as Robert Redford or James Cameron took up their genteel fight against oilsands development, Ludwig waged war against the energy industry from his family compound at Trickle Creek, hidden away in the bush near Hythe, Alta.
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Energy companies turn to high-yield market to fund shift to oil
In the secondary market, Barclays recommends an overweight on exploration and production names like Hilcorp Energy, MEG Energy and Plains E&P, all of which have more operating leverage to oil. Investors say some names also have an added takeover ...
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Do IT Execs Make Too Much Money?
Last year, for instance, Hewlett-Packard shareholders for the first time voted to reject the compensation packages of top company executives, including CEO Leo Apotheker, who was forced to resign later in the year as HP struggled to define its strategy ...
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