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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: $7.13 | Change: +$0.12 | %Change: +1.71%
Volume: 268,004 | Day High/Low: 7.28/7.12 | 52 Week High/Low: 24.68/6.90
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RE:RE:RE:RE:COS Debt

Have been mulling the SU takeout as well possibly as a defensive play to keep it from being taken out by someone else at these depressed prices. You are right on when you say that as a takeout its a...read more
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RE:QUESTION...

COS could potentially go bankrupt by itself, but unlikely.  To go bankrupt here is what it would take.  They would go to the banks for a loan.  The banks would say no.  They then would try for a share...read more
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RE:RE:RE:COS Debt

But there are many who think the dividend is safe, and have been relying on it for years through their retirement and pension plans, and when it gets cut, its going to drop. I wonder if Suncor would...read more
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RE:QUESTION...

Bondholders and lenders will never push cos into bankrupcy . The institutions who have money on the line also have shareholders who are invested in cos and the big ones will have a lot to say to...read more
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RE:RE:COS Debt

While it is widely agreed now that hedging would have been a good idea even Harold Hamm the godfather of shale drilling cashed in ALL their hedges before the drop. Hindsight is allways 20-20 and will...read more
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QUESTION...

Since COS's fate is tied directly to Syncrude, could COS on its own go bankrupt or does Syncrude need to go bankrupt taking COS with it?  rate and reply
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RE:COS Debt

I like how "Patsy" said "Our strategy has been to not hedge the price of oil in order to provide our investors with full exposure to long-term oil prices." Given the price of oil, they still feel this...read more
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Great opportunity

For anyone who has been through business cycles this will prove to be a fantastic opportunity for LONG TERM INVESTORS. This company is going to survive,sure some pain along the way but do the math...read more
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RE:RE:RE:T.COS mentioned in new report...

ColdandWet wrote: Funny you should say that. The Shareholders meeting is at Mildred Lake today. Probably to show off the new mine trains.  rate and reply
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THE DAY OF RECKONING HAS ARRIVED FOR COS...

EOM.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:T.COS mentioned in new report...

Funny you should say that. The Shareholders meeting is at Mildred Lake today.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:COS Debt

I own this stock to but, I choose to ride out the storm. Cashing now is foolish or desperate. The company is not going anywhere except making cut backs, lay offs and reduce your dividen till the smoke...read more
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RE:COS Debt

Bizarre response unless you asked more than the debt question because getting your answer and the canned sales pitch all in one,  as the company is sinking ... is arrogant and just hilights the bad...read more
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RE:T.COS mentioned in new report...

How very drole. I would be careful about poking shareholders too many times in the eye. This is about the worst case scenario for Alberta and COS (and a bunch of other highly leveraged companies). I...read more
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T.COS mentioned in new report...

Read Now!  rate and reply
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RE:Management should be turfed

There's really nothing left to do now for a company that has been side swiped by the price of oil collapsing.  Hope for a buyout I guess is the best case scenario. I have friends who work out there...read more
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Management should be turfed

While CPG is about 50% hedged, the COS management speaks at confrences with respect to the high cost of hedging. Under the expert guidance of this managment team the equity of the company has pretty...read more
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COS Debt

Someone was commenting on COS debt and whether it was in US or CDN$. I e-mailed their IR and here is the response. Dear Bob, Thank you for your email. Regarding our debt, it is predominating in USD...read more
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RE:RE:Good one THE ACTUAL TARGET IS 2.60

This is what you have to look forward to!  rate and reply
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