- Athabasca Oil (ATHOF.PK) was today's top decliner on the Toronto Stock Exchange, plunging 10% after a court ruled an aboriginal group could appeal an Alberta regulator's approval of the company's Dover oil sands project.
- The company expects Dover to create $5.2B annually in economic activity, and it had planned to proceed with the sale of its stake in the project to PetroChina (PTR) following the regulator’s approval in August.
- The decision significantly increases the risk regulatory delay and is a major negative for Athabasca, an RBC analyst says.
Athabasca Oil shares plunge on Dover court appeal
Oct 18 2013, 17:51 ET