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Mar 07 2014

Penn West buys more turnaround time

At this point, even a $728-million net loss in Q4 (or $1.49 per share) from Penn West Petroleum (PWT) seems to be enough to satisfy analysts, for now.
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Jameson Berkow
Mar 05 2014

Buy oil sands stocks NOW, Canaccord urges

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Canaccord's Phil Skolnick has always been bullish on Canadian heavy crude producers, in particular those that operate primarily in Alberta’s oil sands.
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Mar 04 2014

Can Ukraine break its Russian gas addiction?

Now that Russia has cancelled, for the third time since 2006, its Ukrainian gas subsidies amid a tense military standoff over the predominately Russian-speaking Crimean peninsula, the United States is reportedly coming to Ukraine's rescue.
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Mar 03 2014

Uranium making a long-term bottom?

The price action in the uranium sector is suggesting a longer-term bottom may be developing.
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Jameson Berkow
Mar 03 2014

Russia plays pipeline politics

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Adding to the mounting crisis in the Ukraine is the very real possibility of the eastern European country’s 46 million or so inhabitants having to pay more for their energy supplies.
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Frances Horodelski
Feb 25 2014

Sometimes markets just go up

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
I've been looking at equity markets for a LONG time (indeed, calculating the number of years is a little frightening so I'm not actually going to share the number), but one thing I have learned (and I'm learning new things every day) is that sometimes markets just go up.
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Feb 24 2014

Natural gas: A backwardation situation

Traders and investors have been pointing to rarely seen “backwardation” in the nat gas market, which means contracts for future delivery are trading lower than the near-month prices, implying a market that is very tight in the short term.
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Feb 24 2014

Athabasca Oil Dover deal nearly done

In case you missed it on Friday, shares of oil sands producer Athabasca Oil jumped more than 11% late in the trading day after the company reached a deal with the Fort McKay First Nation.
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