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Yellowknife Mine Sits Atop A Lethal Store Of Arsenic
A mine in the Northwest Territories sits atop a lethal store of arsenic that would be enough to kill every man, woman and child in the world, Vice reports.
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Cost of oil transported by pipelines up 60% in five years, NEB says
She said additional costs are being shared with the project's original funding partners, which include Total SA, Suncor Energy Inc. and Cnooc Ltd.
Jimmy Carter Becomes First US Ex-President To Urge Keystone Rejection
WASHINGTON - The Keystone XL pipeline issue has created a tiff between a former U.S. president and the Canadian government. The Prime Minister's Office reacted swiftly Wednesday to a letter signed by Nobel laureates, including Jimmy Carter, urging ...
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Nexen Tire partners with four baseball teams
Nexen Tire Americas Inc. says it is dramatically stepping up its marketing efforts in the U.S. by entering into new official partnerships with the Texas Rangers and the Los Angeles Angels.
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Oil sands development held back by 'blunt and flawed' investment barriers ...
Ottawa approved state-owned CNOOC Ltd's $15.1-billion acquisition of Nexen Inc. in December 2012, but issued new directives to deter majority-ownership of the oil sands by SOEs.
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Canadian companies find unusual matchmaker in Chinese oil giant
More than one year after it bought Calgary-based Nexen Inc. in a $15.1-billion deal, the state-run giant has taken on the role of industrial matchmaker in a bid to counter lingering criticisms that Canada-China energy deals are a one-way street.
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Chinese investment in Canada slows
Vassy Kapelos explains. In December 2012, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the federal government's decision to approve the takeover of Calgary-based energy producer Nexen Inc. by CNOOC, a Chinese state-owned firm. Story continues below ...
Hold the line on the oilsands investments
... and unnecessarily opaque) decision to allow Beijing to proceed with its biggest-ever overseas acquisition - the China National Offshore Oil Corporation's $15.1-billion outright takeover of the Calgary-based oil company Nexen, Inc. - but to close ...
CNOOC posts sharper-than-expected fall in 2013 earnings
The state-run firm completed its $15.1 billion acquisition of Canadian energy firm Nexen Inc in February last year. It was China's largest overseas takeover that CNOOC says will boost its annual output by 20 percent and proven reserves by 30 percent.
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Progress' great push to be first
The deal was not without its controversy, as it coincided with Nexen Energy Inc.'s acquisition by CNOOC - amid fears of Asian state-owned enterprises gobbling up Canadian natural resources.
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