Alberta oil sands turning gritty
BP has no interest in joining upstream; Petro-Canada fails to attract value bids for leases; Alberta government land sales returns decline from C$128 million from C$846 million at the same time last year; analysts think mood has turned cautious
For Petroleum News
BP is sticking to an old refrain it has no interest in establishing a base in the Alberta oil sands.
Petro-Canada has lent weight to a growing school of thought the appetite for oil sands assets is subsiding.
And the Alberta government is hurting after only three land auctions this year retu....
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Petro-Canada fails to find buyer
Foreign companies seen as bidders
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