ConocoPhillips Sells Canadian Assets to Cenovus Energy Inc. for $13.3 Billion

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On March 29, Houston, Texas-based ConocoPhillips announced the sale of some of its Canadian assets to Cenovus Energy, an oil-production firm based in Calgary. The $13.3 billion sale price (C$17.7 billion) includes a 50 percent nonoperating stake in the Foster Creek Christina Lake oil sands partnership and gas assets in…

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