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Macleans.ca | Top Stories | Business | Albert
four years ago, Bush specifically mentioned Alberta`s oil sands as a key building block in his oil sands developer, and a few days later PetroChina signed a deal with Enbridge Inc.
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Chinese invasion troubles U.S. - June 05, 200
Sinopec joins CNOOC, PetroChina in Alberta oil sands, causing worries in Washington over loss of Canadian crude for North American market
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China adds oil sands to fold - April 24, 2005
Ending months of speculation, PetroChina and CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corp., China’s international oil company), two of the
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Oct 1447 SRI guidelines_Oil and gas.qxd
Oil Perez Companc Chevron Texaco Phillips CNOOC ConocoPhillips Amerada Hess TotalFinaElf Petrochina Conoco Alberta Energy ENI ExxonMobil Kerr
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StockHouse Canada -- BullBoards --
entered into an agreement with PetroChina to test its crude oil in Genoil`s Upgrader facility located at Two Hills, Alberta. PetroChina will
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petroleumworld
sands -- found in an area of 140,800 square kilometers (54,000 square miles) of primarily northern Alberta. PetroChina is in talks with Canada
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CBC News: New pipeline plans to bring oil to
and PetroChina International are working together to develop a $2.5-billion pipeline to supply Asia with crude oil from Alberta`s oilsands
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Missions - Office of the Premier - Government
s state owned oil giants including Sinopec and Petrochina to see the value in boosting the current small Chinese investment in Alberta`s oil
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China eyeing investment in Alberta oil sands
China eyeing investment in Alberta oil sands Oil Sands Trust is continuing to talk to another Chinese state firm, PetroChina, about a long
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China moves fast to claim oil sands / Althoug
deals for Alberta oil sands. China National Offshore Oil Corp. bought a $150 million share in oil sands producer MEG Energy Corp. And PetroChina
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