Imperial riding out storm
While peer companies head for shelter in Alberta oil sands plans, Imperial shows no signs of quitting on Kearl project
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To each its own, as companies set their own courses through choppy waters in Alberta, but itís probably a source of some industrywide comfort when Imperial Oil decides to keep a firm hand on the tiller.
If anything, Canadaís largest integrated oil company, 70 percent owned by ExxonMobil, traditiona....
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