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Canada's Oil Sands: Highlights from Q3 2013 results

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11 December 2013

Canada's Oil Sands: Highlights from Q3 2013 results

Report summary

Final investment decisions at Fort Hills and Carmon Creek captured the oil sands headlines in Q3.  Both decisions are positive signposts and provide greater certainty around continued oil sands production growth post-2017.  Also noteworthy were new phase start-ups at CNRL Kirby, MEG Christina Lake 2B and Christina Lake Phase E.  Price realisations continued their quarter-on-quarter climb but more recent data indicates prices have since dropped during Q4 for both bitumen and SCO.

Table of contents

  • Price realisations reach historic highs in Q3, but trending downwards in Q4
  • In situ production also increases quarter-on-quarter boosted by new project start-ups
    • Carmon Creek production and cash flow profile
  • 2014 budgets indicate another robust year of spending
  • Oil sands transport via rail is poised to increase
  • Economic Assumptions

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Mining production trends
  • In situ production trends
  • Long Lake and Kai Kos Dehseh Leismer monthly production and SOR
  • Canada's Oil Sands: Highlights from Q3 2013 results: Table 1
  • Canada's Oil Sands: Highlights from Q3 2013 results: Image 6

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