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Vol. 14, No. 17 Week of April 26, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


All is not quiet on the oil sands front

Total’s hostile bid for UTS seizes attention; unclear whether it is ‘final and best’ offer; host of other proponents gear up

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

The slowdown in Canadian oil sands activity shouldn’t be mistaken for nothing taking place. While some companies take a breather to reconsider future moves, there’s also a persistent buzz as the sector prepares for what is generally expected to be its eventual recovery. The transfixing event over re....

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Some ambiguity

Total plans investments

Total has challenges

Tamarack still viable


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