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Shell switches from oil sands to conventional prospects to build reserves, shelving 515,000 bpd; Nexen also takes cautious route
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Not everyone wants a seat on the oil sands bandwagon at a time when eight key players are again cranking up their spending plans.
Just when it seemed a corner had been turned for the northern Alberta resource, after 18 months in the doldrums, Royal Dutch Shell has put an indefinite hold on its once-....
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