Beating the budget blues in Canada
Nexen/OPTI Canada, Suncor, Canadian Natural Resources find ways to soften impact of higher costs, but none escape challenges
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Some oil sands operators are scrambling to escape Canada’s high-cost environment; others see the challenge as an opportunity.
Imperial Oil and Husky Energy have already flagged their reluctance to proceed with upgraders in Alberta while labor and equipment costs soar.
Now Shell Canada has signaled i....
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Originally four-phase development
EnCana eyes standalone oil sands unit
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