Canadian Oil Sands Profit Hit by Crude Price Gap

Canadian Press: Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., which owns the biggest piece of the massive Syncrude oil sands mine in northern Alberta, posted a dip in fourth-quarter profits as its crude fetched a lower price. The Calgary-based company says net income was $221-million, down from $232-million a year earlier. The earnings amounted to 46 cents a share, down from 48 cents per share a year earlier and missing the average analyst estimate of 50 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters. Cash flow from operations......

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