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  1. [verwijderd] 22 juli 2005 13:33
    Suncor Energy - teerzandfonds. Heeft de afgelopen 2 maanden zeer sterk gepresteerd. Nu de olieprijs t.o.v. de top flink heeft moeten inleveren, is ook Suncor Energy aan een rit naar beneden begonnen.

    Voor een grafiek zie Yahoo - Finance:

    finance.yahoo.com/q?s=su

    Website Suncor Energy:

    www.suncor.com/start.aspx
  2. [verwijderd] 25 juli 2005 09:24
    quote:

    The artist schreef:


    Hoi Postzak


    heeft dit bedrijf een LT visie en dewelke, welke is de verwachte winstgroei en wat is de k/w, heeft deze concurrentie ?

    Wat is uw koersdoel op kt en lt ?

    in welke munt is deze, wat is de minimum verplichte hoeveelheid van aankoop ?




    The Artist


    finance.yahoo.com/q?s=su

    Website Suncor Energy:

    www.suncor.com/start.aspx
  3. [verwijderd] 25 juli 2005 19:25
    quote:

    postzak schreef:


    [quote=The artist]
    hoi postzak


    ziehier nog een giga-klepper van de oliesector

    finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=UPL&t=5y


    The Artist


    [/quote]

    Wanneer verwacht jij de downturn? De lokale aandelenmarkten doen het al tijden dramatisch in China. Waarom blijft zo'n bedrijf als dit buiten schot?


    geen idee, wat ik wel weet is dat deze bij de 10 duurste aandelen behoort van de Amerikaanse beurs, eentje zoals Google.

    Hij stijgt omdat ie duur is => glamourstock.

    Indien een aandeel tot de top 10 behoort, is dat blijkbaar een reden om te blijven stijgen => beleggers zullen redeneren => als ie bij de top 10 behoort dan is het een klepper.

    Als ie corrigeert inclusief de sector, zonder nieuws, dan spring ik.




    The Artist
  4. [verwijderd] 25 juli 2005 23:03
    Suncor Energy Inc. Selects UOP Hydroprocessing Technology for Its Voyageur Upgrader Project
    UOP today announced that it has been selected by Suncor Energy Inc. for the process licensing and design of two new hydrotreating units in Suncor's Voyageur Upgrader Project. The new Unionfining(TM) units are being designed to upgrade delayed coking unit products - one to process distillate range feedstock and the other to process gas oil range feedstock.

    The Voyageur Upgrader Project is in the design stage and is subject to both governmental and Suncor board of director approval.

    Suncor Energy Inc. is a growing integrated energy company strategically focused on developing Canada's Athabasca oil sands. The company's oil sands operations, located near Fort McMurray, Alberta are supported by exploration and production of natural gas and renewable energy, and energy marketing and refining businesses in Canada and the U.S. Suncor's growth plans target production capacity of 500,000 to 550,000 bpd by 2010 to 2012.

    UOP LLC, headquartered in Des Plaines, Ill., U. S. A., is a leading international supplier and licensor of process technology, catalysts, process plants and consulting services to the petroleum refining, petrochemical and gas processing industries.



    Source: Business Wire

    www.rednova.com/news/science/185578/s...
  5. [verwijderd] 27 juli 2005 12:40
    Suncor Energy financial results for second quarter reflect reduced production

    Long-term growth outlook positive as company makes significant progress
    on oil sands fire rebuild and expansion projects

    All financial figures are unaudited and in Canadian dollars unless noted
    otherwise. Certain prior period amounts have been restated to conform to
    the current year's presentation. Certain financial measures referred to
    in this release are not prescribed by generally accepted accounting
    principles (GAAP). For a description of these measures, see "Non GAAP
    Financial Measures" in Suncor's 2005 second quarter management's
    discussion and analysis. This document makes reference to barrels of oil
    equivalent (boe). A boe conversion ratio of six thousand cubic feet of
    natural gas: one barrel of crude oil is based on an energy equivalency
    conversion method primarily applicable at the burner tip and does not
    represent a value equivalency at the wellhead. Accordingly, boe measures
    may be misleading, particularly if used in isolation. Base operations
    refer to oil sands mining and upgrading operations.

    CALGARY, July 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Suncor Energy Inc. today
    reported second quarter 2005 net earnings of $112 million ($0.24 per common
    share), compared to $202 million ($0.44 per common share) in the second
    quarter of 2004. Excluding the effects of unrealized foreign exchange losses
    on the company's U.S. dollar denominated long-term debt, 2005 second quarter
    net earnings were $125 million ($0.27 per common share), compared to
    $227 million ($0.50 per common share) in 2004 second quarter. Cash flow from
    operations was $305 million in the quarter, compared to $490 million in the
    second quarter of 2004.
    The decrease in earnings and cash flow was primarily due to lower
    production rates at Suncor's oil sands facility, which was damaged by fire
    last January. This decrease was partially offset by higher commodity prices,
    higher refining margins and sales volumes in Suncor's U.S. downstream
    operations, fire insurance proceeds and lower net financing expenses.
    Net earnings for the first six months of 2005 were $210 million ($0.46
    per common share), compared to $418 million ($0.92 per common share) for the
    same period in 2004. Cash flow from operations for the first six months of
    2005 was $599 million, compared to $904 million in 2004.
    Company-wide, Suncor's total upstream production averaged 160,600 barrels
    of oil equivalent (boe) per day during the second quarter, compared to
    264,000 boe per day in the second quarter of 2004. Oil sands production during
    the quarter averaged 128,200 barrels per day (bpd), including 8,700 bpd of
    in-situ bitumen production. This compares to the second quarter of 2004 when
    production averaged 225,900 bpd, including 15,100 bpd of in-situ bitumen
    production. Natural gas production in the second quarter of 2005 was
    175 million cubic feet (mmcf) per day, compared to second quarter 2004
    production of 209 mmcf per day.
    During the quarter, Suncor made significant progress in rebuilding
    portions of the oil sands plant damaged by the January fire and expects to
    return to full production capacity of 225,000 bpd in the third quarter. Major
    repairs are complete and the remainder of the reconstruction effort is now
    focused on replacing piping and electrical systems to support operations.
    Planned maintenance, which had been originally scheduled for September, was
    brought ahead and is near completion.
    "We're looking forward to putting this short-term production setback
    behind us and we're on target to have recovery work completed in September,"
    said Rick George, president and chief executive officer.
    Following completion of the fire rebuild, Suncor expects to commission
    new expansion projects at the oil sands plant and increase production capacity
    to 260,000 bpd by year end. Additional work to increase Suncor's oil sands
    production to 350,000 bpd in 2008 remains on schedule and on budget.
    "Suncor's oil sands team has done an exceptional job to put us back on
    track to meet our expansion goals," said George. "We expect a strong finish to
    the year and reliable, strong production during 2006."
    Downstream plans to support future growth in oil sands were also advanced
    in the second quarter with the acquisition of the Colorado Refining Company,
    an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Valero Energy Corporation. The
    acquisition increased Suncor's U.S. refining capacity to approximately 90,000
    bpd. During the second quarter, Suncor's U.S. downstream business generated
    refining margins of 9.5 cents per litre (cpl), compared to 9.0 cpl during the
    second quarter of 2004. Retail margins averaged 4.3 cpl in the second quarter
    of 2005, compared to 6.2 cpl the year before.
    In the company's Canadian downstream operations, Suncor generated
    refining margins of 7.3 cpl in the second quarter of 2005, compared to 7.4 cpl
    during the second quarter of 2004. Retail margins were 3.8 cpl during the
    second quarter of 2005, compared to 4.3 cpl the year before. Also during the
    quarter, Suncor received regulatory approval to construct an estimated
    $120 million ethanol facility near its Sarnia, Ontario refinery. The facility
    is expected to produce 200 million litres of ethanol annually when completed
    in 2006.
    As Suncor invests for future growth, prudent debt management remains a
    priority. At the end of the second quarter, the company's net debt was
    $2.9 billion. This is expected to increase as Suncor continues to fund growth
    during a period of reduced cash flow, primarily as a result of the January
    fire at oil sands. Suncor expects insurance proceeds will substantially
    mitigate impacts to the company's balance sheet and, as insurance settlements
    are reached, the majority of proceeds are planned to be used to reduce debt.

    OUTLOOK FOR 2005

    Suncor's Outlook provides management's targets for 2005 in certain key
    areas of the company's business. Outlook forecasts are subject to change.

    Oil Sands
    As a result of the January fire at the company's oil sands facility,
    production capacity is expected to average about 110,000 bpd plus bitumen
    production from in-situ operations. Suncor expects to return to production
    capacity of approximately 225,000 bpd in September and increase production
    capacity to 260,000 bpd by year end. Because Suncor is still working on fire
    recovery, specific targets for oil sands production, sales mix and cash
    operating costs are not currently available.

    Natural Gas
    Due to unplanned maintenance and weather related delays in drilling,
    Suncor has revised its annual Outlook to 195 to 200 mmcf per day from the
    original target of 205 to 210 mmcf per day. The revised Outlook is still
    expected to exceed the company's projected purchases for internal consumption
    of natural gas. The circumstances affecting this revision are anticipated to
    only affect 2005. In subsequent years, Suncor's Natural Gas business will
    continue to focus on annually increasing production by 3% to 5% in order to
    provide a financial hedge against natural gas use at the company's oil sands
    and refining operations.

    Factors that could potentially impact Suncor's financial performance
    during 2005 include:

    - final timing of the settlement and payment of insurance proceeds
  6. [verwijderd] 27 juli 2005 12:41
    Suncor results still hurting from January fire
    Wed Jul 27, 2005 6:20 AM EDT

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Suncor Energy Inc. said on Wednesday its second-quarter profit fell as oil sands production rates were still affected by a fire in January.

    Canada's No. 3 oil producer and refiner earned C$112 million ($90.3 million), or 24 Canadian cents a share in the quarter, down from year-earlier C$202 million, or 44 Canadian cents a share.

    ($1=$1.24 Canadian)

    ca.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle...

  7. [verwijderd] 27 juli 2005 12:57
    quote:

    schreef:


    - final timing of the settlement and payment of insurance proceeds



    Vervolg hier...



    - additional maintenance or updated maintenance schedules related to
    returning oil sands to full production, as well as delay or extension
    of work to tie-in major vessels required to meet Suncor's plans to
    expand operations.

    - a scheduled 42-day maintenance shutdown to portions of the Denver
    refinery during the fourth quarter has been rescheduled to the first
    quarter of 2006.

    - ongoing volatility in global crude oil markets and North American
    natural gas and synthetic crude oil markets. Variability in crude oil
    supply may also impact Suncor's realization on its crude oil sales
    basket. In the downstream, the pricing and availability of synthetic
    crude could also impact refining margins and profitability.

    Suncor Energy Inc. is an integrated energy company headquartered in
    Calgary, Alberta. Suncor's oil sands business, located near Fort McMurray,
    Alberta, extracts and upgrades oil sands and markets refinery feedstock and
    diesel fuel, while operations throughout Western Canada produce natural gas.
    Suncor operates a refining and marketing business in Ontario with retail
    distribution under the Sunoco brand. U.S.A. downstream assets include refining
    operations in Colorado and retail sales in the Denver area under the Phillips
    66 brand. Suncor's common shares (symbol: SU) are listed on the Toronto and
    New York stock exchanges.

    Sunoco in Canada is separate and unrelated to Sunoco in the United
    States, which is owned by Sunoco, Inc. of Philadelphia.

    This news release contains forward-looking statements that address goals,
    expectations or projections about the future. These statements are based on
    Suncor's current goals, expectations, estimates, projections and assumptions,
    as well as its current budgets and plans for capital expenditures. Some of the
    forward-looking statements may be identified by words like "outlook",
    "expects," "anticipates," "plans," "intends," "believes," "could," "focus,"
    "scheduled," "goal," "proposed," "continue," "target," "forecast,"
    "objective," "budgeted" and similar expressions. These statements are not
    guarantees of future performance. Actual results could differ materially, as a
    result of factors, risks and uncertainties, known and unknown, to which
    Suncor's business is subject. These could include: changes in general
    economic, market and business conditions; fluctuations in supply and demand
    for Suncor's products; fluctuations in commodity prices and currency exchange
    rates; the impact of stakeholder consultation; the regulatory process;
    technical issues; environmental issues; technological capabilities; new
    legislation; the occurrence of unexpected events; Suncor's capability to
    execute and implement its future plans; and changes in current plans. Further
    discussion of the risks, uncertainties and other factors that could affect
    these plans, and any actual results, is included in Suncor's annual report to
    shareholders and other documents filed with regulatory authorities.

    A full copy of Suncor's second quarter report to shareholders, including
    management's discussion and analysis and the financial statements and notes
    (unaudited) can be obtained at www.suncor.com/financialreporting or by calling
    1-800-558-9071 toll-free in North America.

    To listen to the conference call discussing Suncor's second quarter
    results, visit www.suncor.com/webcasts



    SOURCE Suncor Energy Inc.


    www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl...,+06:03+AM
  8. [verwijderd] 28 juli 2005 16:12
    Suncor Stuck on Tar Sands
    Wednesday July 27, 4:36 pm ET
    By Stephen D. Simpson, CFA


    Oil sands sound kinda sexy at first -- like a really profitable trip to the beach or something. The reality is a bit less pleasant, but who would want to invest in "tar sands"? Whatever you call that gritty gunk, it's worth a lot to the investors in Canada's Suncor Energy (NYSE: SU - News).

    Second-quarter results were pretty gunky. A fire in January damaged some of the company's facilities and has impaired its ability to produce oil from the oil sands. Oil sands production averaged about 128,000 barrels per day (bpd) in the quarter, well below the nearly 226,000 bpd of a year ago. Total upstream production dropped from 264,000 bpd in the year-ago period to about 161,000 bpd this quarter. The company also produced less natural gas.

    Oil prices were certainly higher for this second quarter, but not high enough to absorb that steep drop in production. As a result, net income dropped about 45%, and operating cash flow fell about 38%.

    Luckily, the company had insurance and is working to return to normal capacity. Management hopes to achieve full rated capacity of 225,000 bpd in the third quarter. In addition, expansion programs underway should increase capacity to 260,000 bpd by year's end, with 350,000 bpd planned by the end of 2008.

    For all of the hype and promise about oil sands, investors shouldn't forget that it's still an expensive and labor-intensive process. You can't simply grab a handful of tarry sand and wring out the oil into a bucket. Current oil prices are high enough to let these oil sands producers profit from the process, but investors shouldn't kid themselves about how easy it is.

    Suncor hasn't traded like a normal energy company, and likely won't for some time to come. Instead, it's generally treated as a sort of normal energy / energy-tech hybrid. If you believe that Suncor can hit the prerelease analyst estimate of more than $4 for 2006, the stock might look pretty interesting.

    Additionally, Suncor is not alone in the game. Entities such as Syncrude, ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM - News), and Shell (NYSE: RDS.A - News) are all involved in oil sands production. On a more positive note, there are plenty of oil sands to go around, so success will depend largely on operating efficiency.

    Fool contributor Stephen Simpson has no financial interest in any stocks mentioned (that means he's neither long nor short the shares).

    biz.yahoo.com/fool/050727/11224965813...
  9. [verwijderd] 1 augustus 2005 22:07
    3% Er bij voor Suncor. Dat lijkt heel wat, maar de afgelopen weken heeft het fonds oomdagen gekend waarop dit verloren werd. Per saldo is er weinig gebeurd. Veel zal affhangen van het feit of de olieprijs zich weet te handhaven op het huidige (record) niveau. Blijft de olie boven de $61 en is de trend weer omhoog, dan kan dit fonds nog veel verder omhoog. De afgelopen 2,5 maand is het zo'n dikke 40% in waarde gestegen.

    finance.yahoo.com/q?s=su
  10. [verwijderd] 2 augustus 2005 17:43
    quote:

    postzak schreef:


    3% Er bij voor Suncor. Dat lijkt heel wat, maar de afgelopen weken heeft het fonds oomdagen gekend waarop dit verloren werd. Per saldo is er weinig gebeurd. Veel zal affhangen van het feit of de olieprijs zich weet te handhaven op het huidige (record) niveau. Blijft de olie boven de $61 en is de trend weer omhoog, dan kan dit fonds nog veel verder omhoog. De afgelopen 2,5 maand is het zo'n dikke 40% in waarde gestegen.

    finance.yahoo.com/q?s=su


    En weer 3% in de plus. Suncor pakt zo alles weer terug van een mindere 2 weken.
  11. [verwijderd] 5 augustus 2005 09:11
    Suncor Energy reports oil sands production numbers for July 2005
    Thursday August 4, 5:57 pm ET


    CALGARY, Aug. 4 /CNW/ - Suncor Energy Inc. reported today that production at its oil sands facility during July averaged approximately 114,000 barrels per day (bpd), including about 21,000 bpd of in-situ bitumen production. Year-to-date oil sands production averaged approximately 131,000 bpd, including about 15,000 bpd of in-situ bitumen.
    Monthly and year-to-date production levels reflect the impact of a fire that occurred at Suncor's oil sands operations January 4. Repair work on the damaged portions of the facility continues and Suncor plans to return to full production capacity in September 2005. During July, production at the base oil sands facility was also negatively impacted by planned maintenance.

    On a monthly basis, Suncor reports production numbers from its oil sands operation in order to provide stakeholders with a more timely review of operational performance. These numbers are preliminary and subject to adjustment. Monthly totals may differ from year-to-date total due to rounding, the impact of sales and changes in inventory. Production volumes will be confirmed when Suncor's third quarter results are released October, 27, 2005.

    This news release contains forward-looking statements (for example, identified by the word "plans"), which are based on Suncor's current expectations, estimates, projections and assumptions made in light of its experiences and the risks, uncertainties and other factors including the impacts of the January fire at the oil sands facility. Actual events could differ materially as a result of changes to Suncor's plans and the impact of events, risks and uncertainties, discussed in Suncor's current annual information form, annual and quarterly reports to shareholders and other documents filed with regulatory authorities. In particular, the timeline for achievement of full production at Suncor's oil sands operations is preliminary and subject to change. Further inspection of the damaged equipment will occur as the repairs progress. Any new information could modify the timetable for returning to full production.

    Suncor Energy Inc. is an integrated energy company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. Suncor's oil sands business, located near Fort McMurray, Alberta, extracts and upgrades oil sands and markets refinery feedstock and diesel fuel, while operations throughout Western Canada produce natural gas. Suncor operates a refining and marketing business in Ontario with retail distribution under the Sunoco brand. U.S.A. downstream assets include refining operations in Colorado and retail sales in the Denver area under the Phillips 66 brand. Suncor's common shares (symbol: SU) are listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges.

    biz.yahoo.com/cnw/050804/suncor_prodn...
  12. [verwijderd] 5 augustus 2005 13:29
    CALGARY, Aug. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Suncor Energy Inc. reported today that production at its oil sands facility during July averaged approximately 114,000 barrels per day (bpd), including about 21,000 bpd of in-situ bitumen production. Year-to-date oil sands production averaged approximately 131,000 bpd, including about 15,000 bpd of in-situ bitumen.

    news.moneycentral.msn.com/provider/pr...
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