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Vol. 14, No. 46 Week of November 15, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Wrestling with the risks in Alberta

Smaller oil sands players pinned by startup woes, inability to finance holdings; Suncor not ruling out building on industry-leading position

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Some either want out or want a reduced presence; some are struggling to keep their heads above water; some are now paying the price for the rush to complete projects during a frenzied boom that ended two years ago; and some are bent on expansion. Itís all part of the relentless volatility of the Alb....

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Canadian Natural paying the price

Nexen, OPTI startup problems

OPTI needs cash flow

Suncor remains coy


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