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Cenovus Energy Inc. will decide next week if it will go ahead with an expansion at its Christina Lake project in northeastern Alberta, which it shelved as oil prices collapsed in 2014. (Hand-out/CENOVUS ENERGY INC.)
Cenovus Energy Inc. will decide next week if it will go ahead with an expansion at its Christina Lake project in northeastern Alberta, which it shelved as oil prices collapsed in 2014. (Hand-out/CENOVUS ENERGY INC.)

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The oil industry’s new-found optimism is about to be put to the test as one of Canada’s biggest producers decides whether to revive a stalled oil sands project.

Cenovus Energy Inc. will decide next week if it will go ahead with an expansion at its Christina Lake project in northeastern Alberta, which it shelved as oil prices collapsed in 2014.

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