Pipeliner Enbridge on a roller-coaster
Company hikes dividend, faces possible delay of oil sands projects, opposition by B.C. First Nations to proposed Kitimat pipeline
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Enbridge, which operates the longest crude oil pipeline system in the world, believes it can deliver results in keeping with its stature.
The Calgary-based company, flying into economic storms, is hiking its dividend and earnings projections.
But there are a couple of threatening black clouds on the....
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Oil sands, debt are issues
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