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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: $24.18 | Change: +$0.14 | % Change: +0.58%
Volume: 1.4m | Day High/Low: 24.21/23.83 | 52 Week High/Low: 24.21/18.85

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RE:RE:Monthly dividend?

I believe the following 1) dividends sooner and more frequent are better than the same amount distributed later..  The problem for now is COS still has to get through this years high capex so I don't...read more
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Technology + Plan

It is going to be interesting to see how this new slurry approach to moving oil sands is going to impact Syncrudes produciton and reliability. Syncrude claims it is proprietray technology. Does that...read more
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RE:Monthly dividend?

I wouldn't bother.  You want your loaf of bread sliced or whole?  No difference. And I don't believe the dividend hike is coming until Q1 of 2015, possibly even later.  No sense gambling after the...read more
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Increase coming????????????????

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RE:Monthly dividend?

I would Vote YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fa65  rate and reply
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Monthly dividend?

Anyone else here thinks that shareholders should ask for a monthly dividend instead of a quarterly one at the AGM?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Canaccord Raises COS to $28

Date Open High Low Close Volume Chg % Chg 04/21/2014 23.92 24.16 23.82 24.04 1,800,361 ...read more
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RE:RE:Canaccord Raises COS to $28

this is a smart analyst. He saw the numbers, the great potential of the company then he revuse hus target....  rate and reply
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RE:Canaccord Raises COS to $28

===== Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. will benefit from increased exports beyond the United States, particularly because it will profit from a lower Canadian dollar, said Canaccord Genuity analyst Phil...read more
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Was a plan to sell Bitumen

There is a rough plan in place, but execution seems to be the issue. If the current management can't execute lets get some management that can...Shelfing everything should mean we shelf any...read more
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There is a plan somewhere?

Syncrude to increase oil sands processing capacity 02/25/2010       Email       Print   0     Facebook ...read more
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Canaccord Raises COS to $28

On BNN this morning. Canaccord is bucking the street this morning and raising COS to $28 and a buy rating.  They expect a significant increase in cash flow and dividend next year due to capex drop...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Irony of the can kicking decision process- straw to gold

Pipeline contracts are 20 years long and you have to make a commitments for a certain average daily volume.  Shipping SCO by pipeline by COS is not a problem since they have a number of contracts...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Irony of the can kicking decision process- straw to gold

The Keystone expansion will have an impact on heavy oil producers.  WCS is heavy oil with an API around 20.  That oil needs to get to the US refirneries that specialize in heavy grade feedstock...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Irony of the can kicking decision process- straw to gold

I believe COS is undervalued, a fair price should be around $37 to $40. COS doesn't care too much about the Keystone, nor should any oil company; we should allow the pipeline to extend to BC and...read more
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RE:RE:Irony of the can kicking decision process- straw to gold

Egyptian, I don't know how much if any of  COS' s  oil is transported by means  other than pipeline.  What I am driving at is the incremental production from other producers may not have a pipeline...read more
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RE:Irony of the can kicking decision process- straw to gold

what makes you think that Syncrude can't transport by pipeline? how do they transport now?  rate and reply
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Irony of the can kicking decision process- straw to gold

It seems to me that Obama's choice to push  off a decision on Keystone has some upside. If there isn't a pipeline than perhaps the overall development of the oilsands will be delayed as a result of...read more
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obama kicking the can

with yet another delay on the decision about keystone, key we expect a haircuit on our share price at the next market open?  rate and reply
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RE:Obama trying to sinks Canada's world energy power

The entire process is political IMO the plain and simple facts should have  brought about a favorable decision long ago.  Obama is simply trying to get through the mid-term elections to get his...read more