SCO/Canadians Sweet has traded even to over WTI many times the last couple of years, and it has more to do with Upgrader turnarounds/outages than any change in market conditions. I might add, that we still have WTI trading $20 under the World oil marker price. Canadain producers are still hampered by lack of pipeline capacity to move crude to coastal markets where pricing is good. The fact is, Canadian Energy stocks are trading at depressed levels because of the LACK OF PROGRESS in bringing on cost effective transport capacity. We should see WTI convergence with Brent this coming year but it remains to be seen how much that will help Canadian producer stock prices. Rail transport is not a solution, since it locks very poor netbacks, thereby continuing the negative feedback loop.