CALGARY — Enerplus Corp. is selling its stake in private oilsands developer Laricina Energy Ltd. for $141-million.The Calgary-based oil and gas company said in a release Monday the proceeds will be used to pay down debt.“This is an important step in our plans to monetize non-core assets within our portfolio to fund the growth opportunities we have captured and preserve our balance sheet flexibility,” said Enerplus president and CEO Gordon Kerr.Shares in Enerplus rose eight cents to close at $15.39 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.Enerplus produces oil and gas in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. In the United States, it produces oil in Montana and North Dakota and natural gas from the Marcellus formation in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland.
TENS OF THOUSANDS of AXA and SuperValu customers have been affected by a recent security breach which put their credit card accounts at “high risk”.Data Protection Commissioner Billy Hawkes confirmed today that the “criminals involved have all the information they need to use the credit cards”.Did the details of the cyber attack worry you? Today we ask: Do you have concerns about using your credit card online? Yes, it has always been a worryYes, but only because of this latest breachNoVote No (898) Poll Results: Yes, it has always been a worry (1149) Yes, but only because of this latest breach (1295)