Things to know about Suncor’s takeover of Canadian Oil Sands
Friendly deal is worth $6.6 billion.
Suncor, COS agree to $6.6B friendly takeover deal
The offer expires Feb. 5 and has been supported by the board of directors from both companies.
Suncor makes a new takeover appeal to COS shareholders
Says Canadian Oil Sands leadership has ‘almost no skin in the game’
Ruling coming in Suncor’s hostile bid for COS
Canadian Oil Sands says more time needed to consider options
Suncor says it will not extend COS takeover offer beyond deadline
COS maintains the hostile takeover bid is too low.
Canadian Oil Sands: Reject Suncor bid!
Calls on shareholders to not accept the “exploitive” $4.3 billion offer.
Suncor bids to take over Canadian Oil Sands for $4.3B
Offer would give Canadian Oil Sands shareholders a stake in Canada’s largest integrated energy company.
Crude oil production lowest in two years: report
“Perfect storm” of events cut average production to 3.98 million barrels of oil a day in May.
Canadian Oil Sands cuts major 2014 spending
Cites the reduced cost of its Mildred Lake project.
Syncrude estimate revised after ‘unplanned maintenance’
Canadian Oil Sands now pegs 2014 production at 95 million and 110 million barrels.
Canadian Oil Sands to spend more than $1.1B on Syncrude projects
Mildred Lake and Centrifuge Tailings Management take bulk of the spending.
Prices dropping, expect capital cuts in the oilpatch
Canadian producers whacked by the double-discount on crude.
Canadian Oil Sands to spend $1.46B on Syncrude
Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. expects to spend $1.46 billion on its stake in the Syncrude oil project in 2012 as it boosts production at the operations.
Syncrude oilsands production disrupted
Production from an upgrader at the Syncrude oilsands mine was disrupted Nov. 22, and the biggest partner in the sprawling project said work is underway to get the processing plant running again.
New upgrading a decade away: Syncrude
The two biggest partners in the gargantuan Syncrude Canada Ltd. oil sands project say it will be several years before it makes sense to invest billions in new upgraders, which process raw bitumen into higher quality oil that refineries can use.