CALGARY — Calgary-based oil sands producer Cenovus Energy Inc. said Thursday its raising its dividend by 10%.The increased payout to Cenovus shareholders was announced along with the company’s fourth-quarter results, which included $212 million of operating earnings, equal to 28 cents per share.That compared with a year-earlier operating loss of $188 million or 25 cents per share. The operating earnings exclude a number of items, including the impact of the company’s risk-management programs. With those items included, Cenovus had a fourth-quarter net loss of $58 million.More to come . . .

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first_imgJudge Wendy Lloyd told Flanagan he could expect a community sentence.“I need to be reassured that these circumstances will never be repeated again,” she said.Flanagan’s lawyer Lionel Greig said Wall had not provided a statement and there had been no previous instances of domestic violence in their relationship.He said both Flanagan — who won his only England cap in a warm-up friendly prior to the 2014 World Cup — and Wall were under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident.Flanagan came through Liverpool’s academy system and made his senior Reds debut in 2011, though he has played just once this season in the League Cup.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The 25-year-old, who spent last year on loan with Burnley, was captured on CCTV footage in Lverpool city centre beating and kicking Rachael Wall, his girlfriend of 18 months.LONDON, United Kingdom,  Jan 2 – Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan admitted on Tuesday a charge of assaulting his girlfriend last month and will be sentenced on January 17.The 25-year-old, who spent last year on loan with Burnley, was captured on CCTV footage in Lverpool city centre beating and kicking Rachael Wall, his girlfriend of 18 months.last_img

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