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Analyst Nick Lupick, who maintained his $50 price target on Imperial Oil shares, implying upside of more than 20 per cent, noted that they dramatically unperformed other Canadian large caps since the end of March on little operational news.He believes the operational mistakes experienced at the Kearl oil sands project a primary driver of sentiment are behind the company.’It’s ugly out there’: Oilpatch investors brace for painful quarter, but worst may be overOil and gas sector to shed 24,400 more jobs in 2016, says new reportWhen the oil recovery comes, it won’t look like anything the world has ever seen before no major projects currently sanctioned, Imperial Oil is currently in a position to focus on operational efficiencies and lowering its unit costs throughout its portfolio, the analyst said in a research note.Lupick also pointed out that since the company spending is expected to remain at sustaining capital levels for the near term, it should be able to utilize its free cash flow more effectively and improve its best in class liquidity position further.That comes as many others are committed to spending on long term growth projects amid the commodity downturn, including Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. With Horizon and Suncor Energy Inc. With Fort Hills, both of which will continue to weigh on their balance sheets.While Imperial Oil hasn benefitted from the rise in crude prices to the extent many of its peers have, the analyst noted that it does have 330,000 barrels per day of unhedged heavy oil production.

Jul 17:Rick George introduced as CU Buffs’ new $700,000 a year athletic director Jun 1:Mike Bohn wasn’t an ordinary athletic director at CUCU leaders aim to double athletics donations in 5 yearsMay 31:Kyle Ringo Blog: CU offered Mike Bohn reassignmentMay 30:Mike Bohn: ‘I don’t know why’ CU Boulder wants new athletic director May 29:Phil DiStefano says it was his decision to part ways with CU Buffs AD Mike BohnMike Bohn to receive $918K, lifetime season tickets in CU Boulder buyout Mike Bohn forced out after CU pushes for new direction in athleticsThe University of Colorado’s Board of Regents on Wednesday approved the school’s highest ever administrative salary $700,000 a year to new Athletic Director Rick George in a contract that’s also loaded with millions in potential bonuses.On top of the base salary, George is eligible for roughly $8.5 million in bonuses though, for that to happen, the football team would have to pull off the Herculean feat of going from a 1 11 season to winning back to back National Championships for the next five years. And all other sports teams would need to have championship winning seasons, too.The five year contract promises bonuses if George hits performance goals that include fundraising, growing licensing revenue and having a strong showing of fans in the stands at football and basketball games. It also includes the more typical bonuses that come with athletes performing well in both the classroom and on game days.A sample of George’s potential yearly bonuses$50,000 if the average grade point average for all varsity student athletes equals or exceeds the average GPA of all undergraduate students.$50,000 if he hits the $15 million fundraising mark on or before June 30, 2014.

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