Areas

When Crescent Point began in 2001, we established a clearly defined strategy to acquire, exploit and develop high-quality, large resource-in-place assets. We’ve focused our acquisition efforts in core areas in southern Saskatchewan and central and southern Alberta. We’re also actively pursuing our strategy in emerging plays, such as the Beaverhill Lake light oil resource play in Alberta and Bakken/Three Forks in the United States.

We believe our mix of assets – large oil-in-place conventional plays, large low-risk resource plays, early-stage development plays and high-impact exploration – is a solid foundation for continued growth and results.

To learn more about our assets, roll over each area on the map below.

 
 
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150 60 bhl M

Beaverhill Lake

We have a significant land position in this emerging light oil resource play in the Swan Hills area of Alberta. We’re in the early stages of development, testing new concepts and techniques, and results to date have exceeded expectations.

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255 215 sha M

Shaunavon

This medium oil resource play is another major source of multi-year, low-risk drilling inventory. We see steady growth ahead in the play and plan to expand and develop our waterflood pilot program, which we expect will increase recovery factors over time.

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350 220 sesb L

Viewfield Bakken

We’ve been drilling wells in this light oil reservoir for more than five years, but we have many more to go. With a large multi-year, low-risk drilling inventory and the continuous expansion of our waterflood program, we believe this resource play is still in the early stages of development.

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360 290 ndb-tf L

North Dakota Bakken/Three Forks

Crescent Point entered this large oil-in-place play in 2010, quickly amassing a large land base and securing contracts with service providers. We are focused on long-term development of the play and believe there is long-term upside in this emerging area, through increased recovery factors and reduced costs.

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200 215 sa M

Alberta Bakken

With access to a significant land base and to leading technologies, we’re conducting high-impact exploration for both conventional and unconventional oil opportunities.

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355 270 flb M

Flat Lake Bakken

This large oil-in-place, light oil pool gives us exposure to the North Dakota basin, but on the Canadian side of the border – which means we’ve been able to capitalize on lower service costs and higher rates of return.

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405 230 mb M

Manitoba Bakken

Through low-cost drilling, this large oil-in-place pool provides us with steady, high-netback production. Over time, we plan to continue to increase recovery factors in this play.

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230 130 vik M

Viking

Through an acquisition in early 2012, the Viking light oil resource play – near our original field office in Provost – has become our third-largest producing area. With high netbacks and large oil-in-place, we see plenty of long-term upside in this play.

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200 500 uin M

Uinta Basin

Through an acquisition completed in late 2012, we established a significant position in the Uinta Basin light oil resource play in northeast Utah. We see great upside potential and long-term value creation for our shareholders in this large oil-in-place play.

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Beaverhill Lake

We have a significant land position in this emerging light oil resource play in the Swan Hills area of Alberta. We’re in the early stages of development, testing new concepts and techniques, and results to date have exceeded expectations.

Viewfield Bakken

We’ve been drilling wells in this light oil reservoir for more than five years, but we have many more to go. With a large multi-year, low-risk drilling inventory and the continuous expansion of our waterflood program, we believe this resource play is still in the early stages of development.

Shaunavon

This medium oil resource play is another major source of multi-year, low-risk drilling inventory. We see steady growth ahead in the play and plan to expand and develop our waterflood pilot program, which we expect will increase recovery factors over time.

North Dakota Bakken/Three Forks

Crescent Point entered this large oil-in-place play in 2010, quickly amassing a large land base and securing contracts with service providers. We are focused on long-term development of the play and believe there is long-term upside in this emerging area, through increased recovery factors and reduced costs.

Alberta Bakken

With access to a significant land base and to leading technologies, we’re conducting high-impact exploration for both conventional and unconventional oil opportunities.

Flat Lake Bakken

This large oil-in-place, light oil pool gives us exposure to the North Dakota basin, but on the Canadian side of the border – which means we’ve been able to capitalize on lower service costs and higher rates of return.

Manitoba Bakken

Through low-cost drilling, this large oil-in-place pool provides us with steady, high-netback production. Over time, we plan to continue to increase recovery factors in this play.

Viking

Through an acquisition in early 2012, the Viking light oil resource play – near our original field office in Provost – has become our third-largest producing area. With high netbacks and large oil-in-place, we see plenty of long-term upside in this play.

Uinta Basin

Through an acquisition expected to close on November 30, 2012, we expect to establish a significant position in the Uinta Basin light oil resource play in northeast Utah. We see great upside potential and long-term value creation for our shareholders in this large oil-in-place play.