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Canadian Natural Resources Limited T.CNQ

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  CNQ

Canadian Natural Resources Ltd s a Canadian based senior independent energy company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development, production, marketing and sale of crude oil, NGLs and natural gas.
Price: $38.64 | Change: +$1.86 | %Change: +5.06%
Volume: 3.2m | Day High/Low: 38.88/37.40 | 52 Week High/Low: 49.57/31.00
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U.S. shale on more sustainable course after price rally U.S. shale producers have responded even more quickly to lower oil prices than analysts expected, which more
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RE:CNQ's dividend and the future

there is absolutely no doubt to keep or buy into c.n.q. These dudes really do know how and do cut expenses.By the way veronikag.How did u make out with t.i.d. I hope u dont bring your attitude to more
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Oil & Energy news letter

February 14, 2015 According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), upstream budget cuts and fewer active U.S. land rigs will choke off the rapid expansion of crude supplies and send oil more
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RE:CNQ's dividend and the future

veronikagermany wrote: Between CNQ and JOY, which one would you choose? Both are dividend paying stocks. The biggest Canadian Pension Fund (PSP) owns 47% of JOY (Journey Energy). Journey Energy' more
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CNQ's dividend and the future

Between CNQ and JOY, which one would you choose? Both are dividend paying stocks. The biggest Canadian Pension Fund (PSP) owns 47% of JOY (Journey Energy). Journey Energy's dividend seems to be more
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RE: Oil US oil drillers continue to shut down rigs

EIA website. US production is still on the way up.     Plus tankers are bringing crude to North America for storage. more
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Oil US oil drillers continue to shut down rigs

MarketsMore: Oil US oil drillers continue to shut down rigs at a breakneck pace MYLES UDLAND more
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BAD News -Crude getting hit after hours

API Crude +6.08MM vs +3.75MM est. Weekly crude supplies up 6.1 million barrels Gasoline stocks up 2.0 million barrels Stocks at Cushing up 2.6 million barrels more
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Asia’s Oil Giants Rethink Spending Plans

The focus has been on North America, but capital spending cuts worldwide will be large and severe, production will suffer and I highly doubt that shale fields alone can compensate for all those more
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Shell draws up plans to dismantle Brent field

End of a North Sea era:   At its peak in 1982, the Brent field produced more than half a million barrels a day - enough to provide energy for about half of UK homes that year. Shell UK is a more
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Crude Oil: Could This Lonely White Candle Trigger A Rally?

January 31, 2015  Chartology, Market News & InsightsAndrew Nyquist 1   18   2     No introduction more
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RE:Finding a bottom

The head games they play. Irans oil minister says it can work with $ 25 per bbl, but lobbies (with Venzuela) to do something about the price. Traders freak when rig count drops, but OPEC adds more
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Finding a bottom

Right now the oil market is totally focused on finding a bottom for oil prices. However, according to OPEC's Secretary-General Abdulla al-Badri we've already hit bottom. Not only that, but he sees more
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RE:Another very timely (10:56AM) message from field experts lol

the fracking rigs can be shut down in a matter of weeks, it will not take years. When in 2012 the natgas price fell to $2 many rigs were also shut down and the price went up very fast  rate and reply
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Another very timely (10:56AM) message from field experts lol

did it mark the turn ... ? Energy Watch: The end of optimism   Jameson Berkow, Western Bureau Chief, BNN 10:56 AM, E.T. | January 30, 2015  The more Canada’s more
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Hail the New King!

With each piece of news like that I am getting more and more convinced that the Saudis are getting more money from shorting oil/oil company stocks than from selling oil.   That's why they more
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War starting to look inevitable.

What's astonishing imo is how the media is ignoring the build up. It's as if the enormity of the danger is resulting in , " it can't be possible" attitude.  Even Sen. McCain said he could more
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At most major plays backlog of wells not completed currently ranges from three to seven months The big question about the timing of an oil rebound  relates to whether oil producers more
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Netanyahu blames Iran for northern border attack

except he wants america to fight that battle for him.... Unbeknownst to joe public Iran has a whack of mobile missiles already aimed at the west shore of the persian gulf.... they don't have 2 more
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RE:In The News

Who hasn't? Oils $45bbl...  rate and reply