If you are looking to splurge on a big red wine on National Wine Day, then the 2015 The Prisoner Wine Company Cuttings will definitely deliver. It is deliciously smooth yet powerful. This big red wine is a blend of 80 percent cabernet sauvignon and the balance is petite sirah, syrah and zinfandel.
CALGARY Canada largest integrated energy company posted a surprise $2 billion loss in the fourth quarter and said it will need to cut further into its spending plans to ride out the prolonged slump in oil prices.not a crash diet, it a change in lifestyle, Suncor Energy Inc. President and CEO Steve Williams on an earnings call Thursday as the company further reduced the capital budget it first announced in November by $700 million for the year.Suncor now plans to spend between $6 billion and $6.5 billion through 2016, compared with an initial budget of between $6.7 billion and $7.3 billion.Despite the reduction in planned spending, Williams said he doesn expect Suncor to lay off more staff.Suncor planned to cut 1,000 jobs last year, but Williams said the company overachieved and ended up cutting 1,700 positions over the course of 2015.Oilpatch braces for ‘ugly’ results with more cuts expected to dividends, jobs and spendingIs it time to buy energy stocks? Two takes on this burning investing questionOil giant BP to slash 7,000 more jobs as it reels under the worst loss in over 20 yearsSuncor chief financial officer Alister Cowan noted that credit ratings agencies had begun taking industry wide action on oil producing companies as prices have continued to slide.hope is that they able to distinguish between companies that have and continue to demonstrate capital discipline and financial conservatism and those that have not, Cowan said.Moody Investor Service announced Wednesday that it would cut its ratings on five Canadian oil and gas companies debts, including Baytex Energy Ltd., MEG Energy Inc., Paramount Resources Ltd., Bellatrix Exploration Ltd. And Northern Blizzard Inc.Like Suncor, oilsands producer MEG said Thursday cut its capital budget for 2016.
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