What does Crescent Point Energy do?

What does Crescent Point Energy do?

Crescent Point Energy is a leading North American oil producer focused on the development of high-return resource plays. Based in Calgary, Alberta, we aim to create value for our shareholders by advancing our asset base through exceptional operational performance centered on safety, costs and the environment.

Is Crescent Point Energy a good buy?

Crescent Point Energy has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.80, and is based on 8 buy ratings, 2 hold ratings, and no sell ratings.

Who owns Crescent Point Energy?

Ownership Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group Ltd. Lincluden Investment Management Ltd. Scheer, Rowlett & Associates Investment Management Ltd. Includes all shareholdings of 1% and greater.

Who bought CPG?

CPG Corporation

Formerly Public Works and Convicts Public Works Department of Singapore PWD Corporation
Number of employees Over 1,600 (2019)
Parent Temasek Holdings (1999–2003) Downer EDI Group (2003–2012) China Construction Technology Consulting Co. Ltd (2012–present)

What makes Crescent Point Energy a good company?

Crescent Point Energy is a leading North American oil producer focused on the sustainable development of high-quality assets, delivering strong returns and maintaining and improving our balance sheet strength

How old is Crescent Point Energy in SK?

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How much of Crescent Point oil is hedged?

Based on the announced dispositions, Crescent Point expects approximately 49 percent of its oil and liquids production, net of royalty interest, to be hedged upon closing in fourth quarter and approximately 35 percent in 2020.

When does Crescent Point expect to complete the Uinta Basin development?

Crescent Point expects to conclude its 2019 capital expenditures budget for its Uinta Basin asset during September 2019. This program includes the fracture stimulation and completion of a number of previously drilled two-mile horizontal wells as part of the Company’s multi-well pad development program.