Junior fights above its weight class
Tenacious UTS Energy faces tough scrap as Fort Hills oil sands project development costs soar 50-60 percent in uncertain times
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UTS Energy is a pint-sized company with no cash flow to feed its considerable ambitions and, now, not much support from the investment community to keep its dreams alive.
But it has been down and counted out before.
More than 10 years after Koch Industries, the privately-held energy giant, took its....
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