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Stock Quote Today & Recent News SUNCOR ENERGY INC. T.SU

Alternate Symbol(s):  SU

Suncor Energy Inc is an integrated energy company. The company's operations include oil sands development, production and upgrading, offshore oil and gas, petroleum refining in Canada and the U.S. and the company's PetroCanada retail and wholesale distribution networks. The company is developing petroleum resources while advancing the transition to a low-emissions future through investment in power, renewable fuels and hydrogen. It also conducts energy trading activities focused principally on the marketing and trading of crude oil, natural gas, byproducts, refined products and power.

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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Tight oil ain't what it used to be?

As per my earlier post...Environmental final approval is federal not provincial.
Experienced - 13 hours ago

RE:RE:RE:RE:Tight oil ain't what it used to be?

True but the final approval depends on the Federal Government, not the Alberta Government. As Obscure points out, SU shareholders can...
Experienced - 13 hours ago

RE:RE:RE:Tight oil ain't what it used to be?

Yup! I understand that SU started its application 6 years in advance of its expected decision date which still left 5 years to fight a...
Obscure1 - 15 hours ago

RE:RE:RE:RE:Tight oil ain't what it used to be?

Correct, natural resources is a provincial jursidiction, ottawa has little say into what alberta, saskatchewan do with their oilsand...
mrbb - 17 hours ago

RE:RE:RE:Tight oil ain't what it used to be?

The extension of leases will be a debate in the coming months, but I assume that since Alberta’s resource revenue just hit an all-time...
rattleandhum - 21 hours ago

RE:RE:Tight oil ain't what it used to be?

Migraine...Great post as usual I would add one other consideration to this. Many of the companies hold significant land rights and an...
Experienced - 22 hours ago