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Canadian Oil Sands Limited T.COS

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Integrated

Canadian Oil Sands Ltd indirectly owns interest in the Syncrude Joint Venture. Syncrude is involved in the mining and upgrading of bitumen from oil sands near Fort McMurray in northern Alberta.
Price: $17.75 | Change: $-0.23 | %Change: -1.28%
Volume: 367,515 | Day High/Low: 17.95/17.68 | 52 Week High/Low: 24.68/17.00
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5 stars

RE:RE:We have company

Company referred to "due to an unplanned coker outage in July at its Borger refinery in Texas and a planned turnaround at the Wood River refinery in Illinois." I just thought that some of our...read more
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RE:We have company

I hope we get the 6.5% return when we announce on earnings day. I continue to hold this dog dog dog but I will take the unders on 6.5% on earnings day. I blame myself for not getting out earlier. I am...read more
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RE:We have company

really????? no shared company here.. Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE) beat analyst estimates on several key measures in the third quarter. It had $354 million of net income and $372 million of operating...read more
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We have company

Oct 23 (Reuters) - Cenovus Energy Inc, Canada's No.2 independent oil producer, reported a 4 percent fall in quarterly profit mainly due to an outage at a refinery. Cenovus's operating cash flow from...read more
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CRS.v ready to explode!

Pump jack being connected tomorrow and flow rates latest early next week.At .19,a low float,and 300,000 volume and over every day for a penny stock,get ready for a sharp rise as they are expecting...read more
3.5 stars

The Canadian oilsands and their break even costs

This should be interesting for COS shareholders, I quote: Oil sands: The Canadian oil sands have an average breakeven cost that ranges between $65/bbl (old projects) and $100/bbl (new projects). ...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:Relative performance of big and small oil companies

Some have even dropped down to their 2012 levels ! Actually, the indebted companies have dropped most. So overall COS is holding fine.  rate and reply
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RE:Relative performance of big and small oil companies

In the US market, things are even worse. Most energy stocks have returned back to their H1 2013 levels. Many also have returned back to their H1 2013 levels! See VTG, HERO, HK, NBR, BAS etc.  rate and reply
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RE:Relative performance of big and small oil companies

Just think at this price or a bit lower,  someone like Total SA   could pick up 125 Kbbls/day and save 2-3 $B over what the estimate was to build their Joslyn mine ( 11 $B partnered with Suncor...read more
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Relative performance of big and small oil companies

The big ones (CNQ, SU, IMO) are still 10% to 20% above their one-year lows, and the smaller ones  such COS and CVE got hammered to multi-year lows. Same story in the US market. Would it be a good idea...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Taxable

I agree with malx1. Focus on the business not financial ( or tax) engineering.  You may recall when COS bought some gas assets for around $400 million  which they ended up writing off as worthless...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Taxable

Thoughts?  Not a good idea.  Do some reading about GAAR http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/bulletins/ct/3007.html There is no "quick fix" here.  When dividends are increased, investors will come back to...read more
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RE:RE:Taxable

COS is paying roughly 300 million a year in taxes, it there any way they could reduce their tax bill and increase the value of the company? Thoughts.  rate and reply
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RE:Taxable

In canada, the COS dividends are not highly taxed because of the dividend tax credit.  In Canada, if dividends are your only source of income, one can receive close to $60k of dividends tax free...read more
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Taxable

Since COS is highly taxable, does anyone think their would be any benifit in buying some sort of distressed asset, to get the tax losses.  rate and reply
4 stars

Another way to look at 2015, or the sky is not falling

I was just reviewing the COS guidance document and came up with the following using the sensitivities provided 1)The estimated oil price for Syncrude after foriegn exchange conversion ( .92) and...read more
4.5 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Scenarios for 2015

In the analysis I posted, I assumed a FX of 88¢.  That is boiled into the spreadsheet.  So at $80 and 300 kb/d, COS's distributable cash flow is almost 30¢ as shown in the Table.  COS could stay at 35...read more
1 star

RE:Neil Yonge to marry Daryll Hanah, wedding at CNE midway

everthing you said is right but when it comes to Montreal Canadians it is a class by itself no other team in the world can match their performance, their style and their glory....yes they didn't win...read more
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Neil Yonge to marry Daryll Hanah, wedding at CNE midway

The wedding reception will be held at the Freak Show right after the "Bearded Lady" display. Did you know that without the tar sands, Canada would be a AA credit at best, and many social services...read more
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Saw it with the Potash wars

The Big boys don t want competition they lowered the price of Potash to where it will Kill off any new players coming into the market. Some Junior potash players are going to survive but not New SASK...read more

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