With WTI at $96.60 now, and the Western Canadian Select discount at $35.25 the top line is $61.35. Minus the $9 quality adjustment, and the $21 operating costs, and the net is $31.35. That is very good, and PXL can make a lot of money at these prices. The netback in Q4 was at this level according to the presentation on their website. Given futures prices PXL should add another $10 to its net. None of this takes into account the rail shipments.