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Suncor bonds solid despite dividend hike
Suncor Energy Inc.'s dividend hike and ongoing share buyback program won't negatively impact the company's best-in-class bonds, says Matthew Kolodzie, credit analyst at RBC Capital Markets.
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Suncor Share Buyback Deal Confuses Investors
Suncor Energy Inc. (NYSE:SU) [28.501.104.01%] is shaking up the market with its share repurchase program. Rather than just buy back its shares straight from the market, last week Suncor announced that it has negotiated to issue put options to an ...
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Suncor Energy Reports Strong Q1 Results, Showcases Growth Potential
The first quarter of 2012 proved to be a strong one for Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU) although it was marred by unplanned downtime of one of the company's upgrader units in March. The company's oil sands business experienced record production in January ...
Suncor Energy Stock Getting Very Oversold
In trading on Monday, shares of Suncor Energy Inc. (NYSE: SU) entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $27.82 per share.
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Majority of oilsands ownership and profits are foreign, says analysis
At least one oilsands producer, MEG Energy, said the conservation group's research was "just plain wrong," estimating that less than 60 per cent of the company was held by non-Canadian shareholders, as opposed to the Forest Ethics estimate of 89.1 per ...
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Australian recruitment war hits Canada's energy, mining sectors
Yet with major Canadian firms such as Suncor Energy Inc. and Imperial Oil Ltd. planning to nearly double domestic production over the next decade, Canada hardly has extra workers to spare.
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Carbon tax needs to be pricey to avert climate change: MIT
Suncor Energy Inc.'s oilsands mining operation near Fort McMurray, in June 2010. Emitters of carbon dioxide in Alberta are charged $15 a tonne over a threshold, while MIT suggests CO2 should cost $50 a tonne (Bruce Edwards/Edmonton Journal).
Alberta sues oil sands firms for $100M in royalty dispute
1, Imperial Oil Resources, Nexen Oil Sands Partnership, Mocal Energy Ltd., Murphy Oil Company Ltd., Suncor Energy Oil and Gas Partnership, Sinopec Oil Sands Partnership and Syncrude Canada Ltd. Alberta Energy spokesman Bart Johnson characterized ...
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Imperial weighs sale, conversion of Dartmouth refinery
Enbridge Inc. is already planning to reverse the flow of a key pipeline in Ontario to bring Western oil to Imperial's refinery at Nanticoke.
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Canada is world's biggest oil loser by buying high, selling low
Companies such as Bankers Petroleum Ltd., which earn money from oil produced outside Canada, may outperform domestic drillers such as Imperial Oil Ltd.
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