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Suncor returns some gravy to shareholders, but is it enough? Add to ...

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In the oil patch, they call it the execution phase.

It has nothing to do with capital punishment, but rather it’s the period after a company finishes its exploration, and buys all the assets it needs or gets its oil sands projects up and running. It’s the time when investors expect to get paid after years of expensive build-up.

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