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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: $20.12 | Change: $-0.54 | %Change: -2.61%
Volume: 2.2m | Day High/Low: 20.74/20.06 | 52 Week High/Low: 24.68/19.40
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Q3- 2007 the good ole days,hopefully returning

Remember way back where for the months of July, August, and September Syncrude averaged 348,000 BOPD!  Hopefully we can return to those kind of quarters soon. We have history ( albeit a while more
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SCO and WTi Trading Close

The last time SCO sold with this little discount to WTI, COS was working at about 60% of the design capacity. I am worried what the production is going to be this month. I am hoping that maybe more
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RE:RE:7% dividend

Does the question of issuing $800M in shares to purchase $400M of oil producing land raise a question on the sustainability of the CPG divy.  COS and BTE don't seem to do that. namsoc  rate and reply
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RE:One reason that COS share price has dropped so much

Gubull, Thanks for sharing the Financial Post article showing that our beloved COS had the honor of achieving the highest increase (9.3 million shares) in short position over a recent two week more
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RE:7% dividend

totally agree, added to cos, cpg and bte today  rate and reply
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7% dividend

as of today the dividend is closed to 7%, same for Crescent Point. Is it a good entry or the stock will drift lower? My guess if the market continue its downward trend then COS will follow. If 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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RE:One reason that COS share price has dropped so much

yes ..if you look at other hi profile stocks in this space, you will find that this is EXACTLY the same case. those ANALYSTS that have told everyone to BUY, BUY, BUY will switch on a dime when more
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One reason that COS share price has dropped so much Comments?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:COS Update:The Mildred Lake Mine Trains:

You're very welcome,Oldtimer21.When I come across articles on Stocks I try to share them with the board.I know a lot of us are very disappointed in what the SP has been doing but the oil price is more
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RE:COS Update:The Mildred Lake Mine Trains:

Spurwing2, Thanks for your operational and pragmatic post. It pulls together many of the key benefits of the the recent capex and provides compelling insights into why the the time is nearing when more
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RE:Not So Good News Coming Down :(

Possible phishing site in previous post.  Namsoc  rate and reply
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COS Update:The Mildred Lake Mine Trains:

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What do you think of this?

It might be simpler to do all of the anaysis in US$ because the product is oil and the debt is US$.   Some things would be converted  to US$ in the details like labor and taxes.  Then when you're more
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COS needs a future and a New Management Team

Your right they do have a hedge with US currency, which does not look to good right now...Management can't predict cash flow because they have no production hedges in place and their more
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RE:Oil Prices with a 90 cent dollar

COS has a natural hedge as a result of it US dollar denominated debt. As the Canadian dollar weakens oil revenues grow and profitability, cash flow etc in Canadian dollars grow, however the US more
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Canadian Oil Sands Named to Dow Jones Sustainability

Canadian Oil Sands Named to Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index 014) - (COS.TO) - Canadian Oil Sands Limited ("COS") is pleased to announce that it has been listed on the Dow more
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Oil Prices with a 90 cent dollar

93 dollar u.s. oil with a .90 cent Canadian dollars is pretty good. With the Canadian dollar going down the share price should be sky rocketing. If it wasn't for LUCK COS would be in much more more
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RE:RE:100 oil Canadian

Your correct, i didn't see the one buy and strong buy recommendation. Hover there are still 9 hold and 7 under perform.  rate and reply