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Good news for Athabasca Oil

The company long thought to be for sale may finally be on the verge of getting a bid. Also, a handful of other companies that might also make appealing takeover targets, based on one analyst's interesting theory >

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

Good news for Athabasca Oil

Why the company is one step closer to monetizing its Dover project  >

by Max Fawcett

A tale of two frackers

Trican and Calfrac both reported their second quarter results this week - but one's looked far better than the other's  >

by Max Fawcett

One up, one down

Highlights from Eric Nuttall's latest visit to the BNN studio include his preference for light oil, his concerns about Keystone and the spread that nobody's talking about right now  >

by Max Fawcett

Costs weigh on Cenovus

Also: CP Rail has a blowout quarter, but will it be its last?  >

by Max Fawcett

What do rising bond yields mean for midstream companies?

Also: Athabasca Oil has taken a beating of late, but one portfolio manager thinks its assets could be worth multiples of where its shares are trading today  >

by Max Fawcett

Raging River rises

Also: Niko finds the funding it needs, but it didn't come cheap  >

by Max Fawcett

Dundee to investors: look abroad for some energy exposure

Also: with the narrowing spread between WTI and WCS, Cenovus Energy's shares should be rallying. So why aren't they?  >

by Max Fawcett

Bernanke to bulls: (re)start your engines

Plus: Darren Engels pounds the table for Parex Resources, and Renegade Petroleum finally cuts its dividend  >

by Max Fawcett

Bankers bounces back

Plus: what the recent judgment against Pason Systems means for the company's earnings - and its long-term prospects  >

by Max Fawcett

Family matters

Family-owned public companies like Shaw and Atco have outperformed their peers over the last 15 years. Surprised?  >

by Max Fawcett
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