Since the begining of the year when PXL was trading as high as about $.72 the netback to PXL must have increased about $10 in the spot market as the differential to WTI narrows, and as WTI climbs. Q1 should now be a strong quarter from all sources.  The futures suggest another $5 increase by the end of the year as the differential narrows further. PXL will further be shipping 1,000 barrels, per day, by rail by the end of the first quarter which adds $5 I've heard PXL say in the past. All of this and now it is cashed up to further increase its production runway through acquisitions. The budget and production guidance, and reserves update will be interesting.