Cenovus Energy Inc. Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
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Description of the company
Oil Sands includes Cenovus’s bitumen assets at Foster Creek, Christina Lake and Narrows Lake, as well as emerging projects such as Grand Rapids and Telephone Lake. The Corporation’s Athabasca natural gas assets also form part of this segment.
Foster Creek, Christina Lake and Narrows Lake are jointly owned through FCCL with ConocoPhillips, an unrelated U.S. public company. Cenovus FCCL Ltd., Cenovus’s wholly owned subsidiary, is the operator, managing partner and owner of 50 percent of FCCL. FCCL has a management committee, which is composed of three Cenovus representatives and three ConocoPhillips representatives, with each company holding equal voting rights.
Cenovus applies a manufacturing-like, phased approach to developing its oil sands assets. This approach incorporates learnings from previous phases into future growth plans, helping the Corporation to minimize costs.
Cenovus continues to focus on technologies which are targeted to improve business performance and materially increase shareholder value amid continuing price uncertainty, a low carbon future,increased environmental protection pressure and regulatory changes. Technology development is a critical necessity to stay competitive and to sustain a social licence to operate.
Cenovus collaborates with industry cleantech entrepreneurs and universities around the world with the goal of accelerating environmental and carbon emission solutions.
Efforts are focused on demonstrating a number of potentially impactful technologies. Specifically, efforts are focused on three major areas:
Accelerate production and achieve significant GHG emissions intensity reduction by injecting solvents. Solvent-aided process (“SAP”) is a technology that has the potential to significantly improve the steam to oil ratio (“SOR”).
Reduce diluent requirements and the total acid number (“TAN”) of crude oil through the use of technologies such as partial upgrading. Partial upgrading technologies produce products which may significantly reduce costs associated with diluent purchase and transportation.
Reduce costs of existing and future operations by using innovative facility design which simplify plant facilities and reduce environmental footprint.