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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: $43.51 | Change: $-0.54 | %Change: -1.23%
Volume: 2.8m | Day High/Low: 44.26/43.01 | 52 Week High/Low: 49.57/31.73
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Management can start by vending the royalty interests to shareholders!  rate and reply
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NFX, APA etc. etc. sell their international properties and focus in the US and Canada. CNQ has a hybrid portfolio and I believe it will always remain undervalued. This business plan must change.  rate and reply
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CNQ has so many properties around the world and this does not help the investors value it correctly. Its properties extend from UK and North Sea to Canada. I think CNQ will never get its fair value more
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RE:down trend intact

Trying to consolidate here ~ $44/share. Hopefully holds. I agree, chart looks a bit scary right now. Still, one of the best value E&P's out there right now.  rate and reply
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down trend intact

the down trend and the canadian pump and dump of our oil stocks is still in vogue. These tarry low grade oil produceers with track records of egregious cost over runs on every project that also more
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squishing the WTI/Brent spread saves Canada...

tens of billions of dollars a year in $$ balances, not including the improved competitiveness of manufacturing in eastern Canada. :)  rate and reply
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big drop in oil inventories and middle east powder keg...

oil ain't going down much more  rate and reply
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Gas Flares - Brulpadda-1 ?

Hi, I've heard a rumour that there have been gas flares detected offshore SA near Brulpadda-1 well site. Has anyone heard about this?  rate and reply
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RE:the global warming hoax is un-ravelling....

Politicians again are attempting to tax all business through a carbon tax, which means you and me get hit once again. Man made CLIMATE Change is a TAX SCHEME.  rate and reply
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RE:Global warming

The ice caps are expanding. The sun and angles of the earth affect weather. Get lost ya dumb cluck.  rate and reply
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AECO and WCS very strong VS last year

Do retail investors look at AECO,WCS or just WTI. Over the past year WTI pricing as been a very a very deciving indicator for future profitability for some Canadian E&P While WTI is down $ more
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Global warming

There is no hoax, quebecnord. It is easy to confuse weather events, which have short term swings, with climate, which is strictly about long term trends. The long term trend since the more
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One cloud removed

If this low steaming works, this will removed some selling pressure on CNQ EDMONTON - The Alberta Energy Regulator, still investigating four bitumen leaks at Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.’ more
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the global warming hoax is un-ravelling....

The Arctic ice sheet has risen 42% over the last 2 years. Al Gore said it would be gone by 2014. What a putz.  rate and reply
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See My Note Under Keyera, T.KEY

"Safer" way than T.CNQ to play "the patch,"not sensitized to daily fluctuations in oli/nat. gas prices.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Royalty lands valuation looking better and better

Yeah, agree the debt metrics are still favourable. Also mentioned may pick up more assets. Also, could allocate to heavy oil - Horizon expansion or Kirby etc. I don't think they will hike divy and more
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RE:RE:Royalty lands valuation looking better and better

Good morning Tarnoir, don't want to argue but with a debt to book of only 33% and debt to market cap of 21% i would be surprised to see CNQ reducing their leverage.Especially with the very more
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RE:Royalty lands valuation looking better and better

Suspect would go to paying down debt - afterall, it is ~ $10B still. Also, just hiked dividend and always buying back shares. Perhaps another acquisition too? These guys are buying like crazy - more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:looks like the down trend is intact

Yeah, and Canpar/Freehold Royalties - which have bought most of CNR's GORRs in the past.  rate and reply
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Royalty lands valuation looking better and better

$ amount Encana is getting for their spinoff to PriairieSky bodes well for CNQ. In total(2 offerings) ECA got 4.3 billions for the royalty lands. It will be interesting to see how much will CNQ more