Eresman quits, Encana stays course
Company says no plans to change strategy; hurt by weak gas prices, growth in North American supply, after spinning off Cenovus
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Any corporate statements issued after the stock markets close on Friday arouse immediate suspicions.
It was no different Jan. 11 when Encana startled the industry by announcing that Chief Executive Officer Randy Eresman was retiring, effective immediately, after seven years at the helm and 35 years....
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No changes planned
Opportunities and challenges
Chasing JVs, divestitures
Descent started with Cenovus spinoff
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