Canadian heavy oil producers Suncor (SU), Cenovus (CVE), Baytex (BTE), Imperial Oil (IMO) and...


Canadian heavy oil producers Suncor (SU), Cenovus (CVE), Baytex (BTE), Imperial Oil (IMO) and Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ) have jumped 10%-15% in three months, and some analysts see further gains ahead on optimism that pipeline bottlenecks are easing - with or without the Keystone XL. The large-cap Canadian producers have an average enterprise value of 8x their 12-month trailing EBITDA vs. 12.9x in 2010.

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  • riverat
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    SU hugely under valued....great long term stock that pays a healthy dividend
    24 Jul 2013, 08:21 AM Reply Like
  • User 9479571
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    No one ever mentions Ivanhoe Energy. There process to extract and transport the heavy oil will be 30% cheaper than the other heavy oil producers.
    24 Jul 2013, 09:04 AM Reply Like
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