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Crescent Point Energy Corp T.CPG

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P

Crescent Point Energy Corp is involved in acquiring and holding interests in petroleum and natural gas properties and assets related through a general partnership and wholly owned subsidiaries.
Price: $25.63 | Change: +$0.08 | %Change: +0.31%
Volume: 722,004 | Day High/Low: 25.81/25.36 | 52 Week High/Low: 47.09/21.20
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RE:Why did ARC bailout of a deal to purchase Coral Hill?

A sale of assets question was asked during the Crescent Point Q1 c/c .   It may have something to do with Coral H and Swan Hills land.   You may check there.  Listen to questions portion of the c/c...read more
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Einhorn Is Right About Shale

By Daniel Dicker NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- This Einhorn thing has me a bit spooked, no doubt about it. At the Ira Sohn conference, David Einhorn, the master of the Greenlight Capital hedge fund...read more
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Why did ARC bailout of a deal to purchase Coral Hill?

Does anyone know why Aspenleaf recently bailed out of deal to buy Coral Hill? Apsenleaf are pretty shrewd oil guys, run by former executives Royal Dutch Shell and back by ARC Financial Corp. and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

LOL..........and I NEVER use that expression!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

I agree with not paying dividends to new share holders either.New holders should have to hold the stock for a minumum of 10 years before being considered as worthy of receiving dividends.Only then...read more
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RE:More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

FootballFan1 wrote: is CPG a value trap or a great buying opportunity...?.....time will tell........ It is a great buying opportunity. They are picking up assets at fire-sale prices, and the boss has...read more
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RE:More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

I too have a problem with the dividend being paid out on new shares... I think within a year they will cut the dividend to around 2.00. shaving that 76 cents off will save them a bundle, but also keep...read more
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More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

I don't necessarily have a problem with O&G company acquisitions per se, but I do get concerned when the acquiring company is a high dividend payer like CPG.....more and more and more shares...read more
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David Einhorn speaking about shale oil

U.S. hedge fund manager , David Einhorn is at it again. At the 20th annual Ira Sohn Investment Conference earlier this month, he delivered another presentation that took aim at another booming...read more
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What's CPG'S NAV?

NorthSun or anyone can someone tell me CPG's NAV? What are really worth?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:that is cheap...lol

Page 5 - Type Wells Economics are surprisingl good considering they are  using an April 1  price deck of ...  note 4. April 1, 2015 GLJ price deck of  US $53.41 WTI  for 2015.  rate and reply
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CIBC report

Bottom line, we like the Coral Hill tuck-in acquisition due to its contiguousness and accretion, but do not see it as overly material. We are maintaining our Sector Outperformer rating and unchanged...read more
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PIRA: US Oil Output Lower Than EIA Says

Market Talk Published: Jul 02, 2015 Oil prices skidded this week after the EIA reported output grew to 9.7M barrels/day in April, a 44-year high. But PIRA Energy's data put the month's production...read more
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RE:Is it time to buy and average down?

Stockman225 wrote: Dear experts, Is it time to buy and bring the avg. price down or can the price fall further? Thanks!In my last post CPG was talked about favourably on BNN especially at current...read more
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RE:RE:RE:More CPG notes on Coral Hill acquisition

Johnny41 wrote: I think the reason the shares dropped so much with the LEG aquistion was nothing to do with the dilution (there wasn't any actually) but more to do with the debt and share issuance to...read more
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Is it time to buy and average down?

Dear experts, Is it time to buy and bring the avg. price down or can the price fall further? Thanks!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:that is cheap...lol

A new presentation.  Sketchy Coral Hill statics, current well EUR, Cost, Net asset value and more of the usual.  A small map identifying CH and our Land ... spread out a bit it seems.  Pages 3 & 5 of...read more
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RE:RE:More CPG notes on Coral Hill acquisition

TisGrandpa wrote: I'm hoping that with this acquisition we're not going to have to listen again to those who continually complain that they think it's diluting, adding debt, etc. but yet don't sell...read more
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RE:RE:More CPG notes on Coral Hill acquisition

I think the reason the shares dropped so much with the LEG aquistion was nothing to do with the dilution (there wasn't any actually) but more to do with the debt and share issuance to clear the debt...read more
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RE:More CPG notes on Coral Hill acquisition

I'm hoping that with this acquisition we're not going to have to listen again to those who continually complain that they think it's diluting, adding debt, etc. but yet don't sell off and find a...read more