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Norval Scott, Globe and Mail, CALGARY - For the past year, practically every Calgary-based company with oil sands assets has been the subject of takeover speculation, with foreign companies presumed to be champing at the bit to get a slice of the region's huge reserves.
As the Iraqi parliament begins to discuss the new oil law proposed by Washington, major U.S. and U.K. oil companies are busy lining up contracts [see series of articles].
ConocoPhillips looking at opportunities in Iraq, in partnership with Lukoil or on its own
By STAN CHOE, AP Business Writer
Antonia Juhasz, an analyst with Oil Change International, assesses the implications of the proposed Iraq Oil Law which has been largely drafted in Washington.
New York Times
March 13, 2007
Whose Oil Is It, Anyway?
By ANTONIA JUHASZ
TODAY more than three-quarters of the world's oil is owned and