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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: $28.77 | Change: $-0.71 | %Change: -2.41%
Volume: 1.0m | Day High/Low: 29.43/28.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 48.68/21.20
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Oil stocks time to buy!!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Drill, Drill, Drill...........I dont get it

iam sure they will continue to drill after road bands r off and yes is cheaper right now to drill a hole were they not drilling right till breakup  rate and reply
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Speaking of Drilling

You all may want to take a good look at SNS.    Canadain Company who has a new frac sand play in Arkansaw    Looks like they have tons and tons of sand to sell. And from what I understand. Each more
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RE:Weekly oil rig count

the full message: The latest weekly rig count from oil driller Baker Hughes showed the number of rigs fell by 12 this week to 813, the lowest since the week ending March 4, 2011. Combined oil and more
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RE:RE:RE:Drill, Drill, Drill...........I dont get it

There are many reasons to keep drilling.  Drilling costs are down so it's cheaper to drill today than it will be a year from now.  Drilled wells don't have to be brought into production but can more
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Weekly oil rig count

Baker Hughes: U.S. weekly oil rig count down 12 to 813 9:03 a.m. Today 9:03 a.m. March 27, 2015  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Drill, Drill, Drill...........I dont get it

Can and should are two different things.  Half of their production is hedged meaning that every new barrel that comes on comes with a $48 value.  If I had a hedge for 50% of bbls I think the more
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RE:Drill, Drill, Drill...........I dont get it

Half of CPG's oil production is hedged at much higher prices then the current price, that is they can keep on drilling.  rate and reply
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Crude Oil Inventories Should Peak Soon

In my previous column – Is the U.S. Running Out of Crude Oil Storage? – I discussed the tightening crude oil storage picture in the U.S. That column has already generated the highest level of more
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Drill, Drill, Drill...........I dont get it

I am so confused as to why CPG just keeps going?  $50 US per barrel and the net must be much lower than that with pipeline issues and other adjustments.  It does not make sense to bring more more
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The Energy Report Friday March 27th 2015

No Nukes? One of the next critical issues for oil will be whether or not the world will lift sanctions on the Iranian regime. The reason it is so critical is that while Iran has been thwarted more
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Shell cuts jobs in North Sea as low oil price hits Aberdeen

Aberdeen and North Sea hit as Shell cuts 250 staff and contractors offshore Britain' largest oil company Royal Dutch Shell has said it plans to cut jobs and adjust shifts in the North Sea in a bid more
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Oil up big time and ex-div day tomorrow but the s/p doesn't respond? One of the best companies, it should have stayed above $30?  rate and reply
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What A Battle

should be an interesting day tomorrow when the markets open with all the uncertainy in Middle East. I would hate to be short as when things turn it will be like a snowball going downhill.  rate and reply
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The Energy Report Thursday March 26th 2015

What's at risk? Remember those predictions of $20 a barrel oil and $10 a barrel oil? Forget about it! Oil prices have turned the corner after Saudi Arabia launched airstrikes against Iranian more
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Why the Crisis in Yemen Could Get Ugly Very Fast

by Dr. Kent Moors | published March 26th, 2015 The last 24 hours have provided a stark reminder of the immediate impact geopolitical events can have on oil prices. This time there’s a more
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UP $2.38  rate and reply
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UP $2.22  rate and reply
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RE:According to BNN

I just watched too. Curernt refinery utilization capacity at low 40%; will ramp up to 90% by June. Every year, same thing - it's so cyclical...  rate and reply
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According to BNN

Oil Glut To Disappear Soon. As oil refineries go back into production.  rate and reply