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Crescent Point Energy Corp. (T:CPG)

Business Focus: Oil & Gas Exploration and Production

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Sector:  Energy Industry:  Oil & Gas Exploration and Production
See Regulatory Filings on SEDAR
Company Contact
Address: Suite 2000, 585-8Th Avenue Sw
Tel: N/A
IR: See website
Key People
Robert F. Heinemann
Independent Chairman of the Board
Bradley H. Borggard
Vice President - Corporate Planning and Investor Relations
Craig Bryksa
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Kenneth R. Lamont
Chief Financial Officer
C. Neil Smith
Chief Operating Officer
Scott Tuttle
Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Services
Derek Christie
Senior Vice President - Exploration & Geosciences
Tamara MacDonald
Senior Vice President - Corporate and Business Development
Mark G. Eade
Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary
Ryan Gritzfeldt
Vice President - Marketing and Innovation
Business Overview
Crescent Point Energy Corp. (Crescent Point) is a Canada-based oil and gas exploration, development and production company. The Company is an oil and gas producer with assets consisting of light and medium oil and natural gas reserves in Western Canada and the United States. Its crude oil and natural gas properties and related assets are located in the provinces of Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and Manitoba, and the states of North Dakota, Montana, Colorado and Utah. The Company holds a portfolio of assets in the Canadian portion of the Williston Basin. It holds interest in the Bakken and Torquay resource plays in the Canadian portion of the Williston Basin. The southwest Saskatchewan region contains two focus resource plays that the Company is developing. These include Shaunavon resource play and Viking light oil resource play. The Company holds interest in the Uinta Basin resource play located in northeast Utah.
Financial Overview
For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018, Crescent Point Energy Corp revenues increased 16% to C$3.32B. Net loss before extraordinary items increased from C$16.5M to C$2.62B. Revenues reflect Oil and gas sales increase of 18% to C$3.89B. Higher net loss reflects Avg. Production Costs per Barrel, Total increase of 21% to C$15.15 per barrel, Impairment increase from C$203.6M to C$3.7B (expense).
Employees: 1,004 as of Dec 31, 2018
Reporting Currency: Canadian Dollars
Enterprise value: $7,272M as of Dec 31, 2018
Annual revenue (TTM): $3,321M as of Dec 31, 2018
EBITDA (TTM): $2,117M as of Dec 31, 2018
Net annual income (TTM): -$2,617M as of Dec 31, 2018
Free cash flow (TTM): -$283.70M as of Dec 31, 2018
Net Debt Last Fiscal Year: $4,261M as of Dec 31, 2018
Shares outstanding: 549,327,416 as of Mar 11, 2019
TTM: Trailing Twelve Months
EBITDA: Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, & Amortization