|China's Canadian Energy Play | JunkScience.com|
President Obama may not want to exploit the energy buried in Canada's Alberta oil sands, but China sure does. Think of Monday's $15.1 billion offer by China's state-owned Cnooc to buy Canadian energy giant Nexen as a post-Keystone XL ...
|China Continues Push to Control North American Energy | Economy ...|
By John Olen
A Chinese oil company has purchased Canadian firm Nexen Inc. for $15.1 billion in cash, expanding China's ever growing presence in the North American energy market. This deal, if approved, will give the Chinese firm CNOOC Ltd access to ...
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|Why China Is Targeting Canadian Energy - Wall Street - eWallstreeter|
Why China Is Targeting Canadian Energy. From: Money and Markets - 7:30am - July 25, 2012. Earlier this week, news broke that China's biggest offshore producer, CNOOC (CEO), purchased Canadian energy firm Nexen (NXY) for $27.50 a ...
|China's CNOOC scoped Nexen, partnered, then pounced | Energy ...|
When Canada's Nexen Inc fired its CEO in January, CNOOC sprang into action. The Chinese oil giant studied its own failed Unocal bid and the BHP-Billiton-Potash Corp debacle, lobbied hard and got the Nexen board on its side.
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By REUTERS WASHINGTON - Congressman Randy Forbes, a Republican who has been wary of China's military and economic power, said he is alarmed by a bid by China's state oil company CNOOC for Canadian oil company Nexen. But Forbes said there is not much he ...
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Experts, pundits and netizens have all weighed in on the pros and cons of CNOOC's proposed US$15.1-billion purchase of Nexen, including various analyses of China's intentions and the implications for Canada's future relations with China.
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President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper during a White House press conference April 2: Spurned by Obama, Harper appears to be cozying up to China. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images SEE ALL 36 PHOTOS Has China swooped in to claim a prize ...
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