Turning to ‘home cooking’
Canadian-based oil sands operators welcome exodus of foreign players to lower costs, stimulate innovation, raise competitiveness
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The flight by foreign-based oil companies from the Alberta oil sands will result in control of the resource passing to domestic producers who are confident that the consolidation process will drive down operating costs, stimulate innovation and make the industry more competitive.
Brian Ferguson, chi....
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Chevron could be next out
Consolidation aids costs
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