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Suncor’s 2014 capital plan: more, more, more

Why Canaccord's head of North American energy research thinks the recent weakness in energy names is worth taking advantage of >

When he was younger, Max Fawcett wanted to make a mint in the markets. Now as the managing editor of Alberta Venture he gets to write about them. Close enough, right? He can be reached at mfawcett@albertaventure.com

Suncor’s 2014 capital plan: more, more, more

Also: Legacy's Trent Yanko dives into the company's Q3 results, and an analyst warns that Lightstream's dividend cut might not be enough to get the company back on track  >

by Max Fawcett

Gear Energy goes public – kind of

The heavy oil producer is now listed on the TSX, but it declined to use the occasion to raise additional capital. That's a good thing, too  >

by Max Fawcett

Redford on Keystone XL: “I’m very optimistic”

Also: FirstEnergy gets optimistic about the long-term prospects of Canadian Natural Resources shares  >

by Max Fawcett

The dove takes flight

Janet Yellen is committed to supporting a robust recovery. That's probably good news for stocks  >

by Max Fawcett

Peak oil? Not so fast, says the IEA

Also: Rafi Tahmazian checks in with his views on Alberta's energy space, and pays particular attention to gas-weighted names  >

by Max Fawcett

Agrium disappoints, but better days may lie ahead

Also: Ambrose Evans-Pritchard on the growing (or is that resurgent) unease in Europe, and Peter Tertzakian on why the race to Kitimat needs to be a co-operative one  >

by Max Fawcett

Encana’s Doug Suttles lays it down

Also: three more top picks in the oil and gas sector from Sprott's Eric Nuttall  >

by Max Fawcett

Fort Hills gets the green light

Bring on the boom: another oil sands project is put on the docket  >

by Max Fawcett

Buy and forget investing

How one man cashed in on his own carelessness in a big, big way  >

by Max Fawcett

Railways cash in on crude

Also: Brickburn Asset Management's Bill Bonner thinks the days of double-digit differentials are behind us, and has three smaller companies in mind that could benefit from that  >

by Max Fawcett
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