Storm Resources Ltd. ("Storm" or the "Company") is Pleased to Announce Its Financial and Operating Results for the Three Months

Storm Resources Ltd. ("Storm" or the "Company") is Pleased to Announce Its 
Financial and Operating Results for the Three Months and
Year Ended December 31, 2012 
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/28/13 -- Storm Resources Ltd.
(TSX VENTURE:SRX) 
Storm has also filed its audited consolidated financial statements as
at December 31, 2012 and for the three months and year then ended
along with the Management's Discussion and Analysis ("MD&A") for the
same periods. This information appears on SEDAR at www.sedar.com and
on Storm's website at www.stormresourcesltd.com. 
Selected financial and operating information for the three months and
year ended December 31, 2012, as well as reserve information at
December 31, 2012, appears below and should be read in conjunction
with the related financial statements and MD&A.  


 
Highlights                                                                  
                                                                            
                                  Three       Three                         
                                 Months      Months                         
Thousands of Cdn$, except         Ended       Ended  Year Ended  Year Ended 
 volumetric and per share      December    December    December    December 
 amounts                       31, 2012    31, 2011    31, 2012    31, 2011 
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FINANCIAL                                                                   
 Gas sales                        3,416       1,160       8,054       3,404 
 NGL sales                        1,597         594       4,466       1,020 
 Oil sales                        5,399         739      19,793       2,468 
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Revenue from product                                                        
 sales(1)                        10,412       2,493      32,313       6,892 
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Funds from operations(2)          5,016         709      13,387       1,874 
 Per share - basic ($)             0.08        0.03        0.24        0.07 
 Per share - diluted ($)           0.08        0.03        0.24        0.07 
Net income (loss)                (2,320)     (1,758)     (6,574)     (3,664)
 Per share - basic ($)            (0.04)      (0.07)      (0.12)      (0.14)
 Per share - diluted ($)          (0.04)      (0.07)      (0.12)      (0.14)
Field capital expenditures,                                                 
 net of dispositions              8,777      20,687      14,282      40,796 
Net debt/working capital         44,696      15,171      44,696      15,171 
Weighted average common                                                     
 shares outstanding (000s)                                                  
 Basic                           61,824      26,377      56,067      26,377 
 Diluted                         61,824      26,377      56,067      26,377 
Common shares outstanding                                                   
 (000s)                                                                     
 Basic                           61,824      26,377      61,824      26,377 
 Fully diluted                   64,547      28,355      64,547      28,355 
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OPERATIONS                                                                  
                                                                            
Oil equivalent (6:1)                                                        
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 Barrels of oil equivalent                                                  
  (000s)                            259          72         825         198 
 Barrels of oil equivalent                                                  
  per day                         2,815         779       2,254         542 
 Average selling price (Cdn$                                                
  per Boe)(1)                     40.19       34.78       39.14       34.86 
Gas production                                                              
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 Thousand cubic feet (000s)         987         346       3,053         964 
 Thousand cubic feet per day     10,728       3,763       8,342       2,641 
 Average selling price (Cdn$                                                
  per Mcf)                         3.46        3.35        2.64        3.53 
NGL Production                                                              
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 Barrels (000s)                      25           7          67          12 
 Barrels per day                    274          72         185          32 
 Average selling price (Cdn$                                                
  per barrel)                     63.27       89.95       66.17       87.36 
Oil Production                                                              
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 Barrels (000s)                      69           7         249          25 
 Barrels per day                    753          80         679          69 
 Average selling price (Cdn$                                                
  per barrel)(1)                  77.93      100.05       79.53       97.39 
Wells drilled                                                               
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 Gross                              2.0         1.0         6.0         4.0 
 Net                                1.2         0.6         4.4         2.2 
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(1) Excludes hedging gains.                                                 
(2) Funds from operations and funds from operations per share are non-GAAP  
    measurements. See discussion of Non-GAAP Measurements on page 14 of the 
    MD&A and the reconciliation of funds from operations to the most        
    directly comparable measurement under GAAP, "Cash Flows from Operating  
    Activities", on page 24 of the MD&A.                                    

 
President's Message 
2012 FOURTH QUARTER AND YEAR-END HIGHLIGHTS  


 
--  Fourth quarter production averaged 2,815 Boe per day which is a year-
    over-year increase of 260% or 55% on a per-share basis. Oil plus NGL
    production grew to represent 36% of fourth quarter production versus 19%
    a year ago. Average 2012 production grew 95% on a per-share basis to
    2,254 Boe per day with 38% being oil plus NGL. Increased production was
    the result of two corporate transactions that closed in the first
    quarter of 2012, Bellamont Exploration Ltd. ("Bellamont") and Storm Gas
    Resource Corp. ("SGR"), and also from new horizontal wells in the
    Montney formation at Umbach. The Bellamont transaction added 1,253 Boe
    per day to average 2012 production and the acquisition of SGR added 276
    Boe per day. Increased oil plus NGL production in 2012 was primarily the
    result of the Bellamont transaction which added 668 barrels per day of
    oil plus NGL and from growth at Umbach where NGL production grew by 75
    barrels per day. 
    
--  Capital investment totaled $8.8 million in the fourth quarter and $166.0
    million for the year. The majority of 2012 capital investment related to
    acquisitions net of dispositions, which totaled $139.2 million.
    Acquisitions were $154.9 million which included the Bellamont
    transaction for $96.6 million and the SGR acquisition for $55.2 million.
    Dispositions totaled $15.7 million from the sale of two non-core
    properties in the second half of 2012. Capital investment in operations
    was $26.9 million for the year.  
    
--  During 2012, activity was primarily focused on delineating the resource
    in the Montney formation at Umbach. Drilling included six wells (4.4
    net) with four horizontal wells (2.4 net) in the Montney at Umbach.
    Three horizontal wells (1.8 net) were completed and pipeline connected
    at Umbach. In the fourth quarter, two horizontal wells (1.2 net) were
    drilled at Umbach with completion and tie-in of both planned for 2013. 
    
--  Funds from operations in the fourth quarter was $5.0 million, or $0.08
    per basic share, an increase of 165% from cash flow of $0.03 per basic
    share in the prior year. For the year, funds from operations increased
    by 610% to $13.4 million. The increase in quarterly and yearly funds
    from operations resulted primarily from the Bellamont transaction which
    increased higher priced oil plus NGL as a proportion of total production
    and added $13.2 million of operating income in 2012.  
    
--  Funds from operations increased throughout 2012 and averaged $19.37 per
    Boe in the fourth quarter. The 2012 average funds from operations per
    Boe was $16.19, an increase of 70% from the prior year amount of $9.48
    per Boe. Total cash costs including operating expense, interest expense,
    transportation costs, and cash general and administrative costs were
    $19.83 per Boe in 2012 and decreased to $19.34 per Boe in the fourth
    quarter. 
    
--  Hedging gains from fixed price financial hedges put in place to protect
    capital investment were $1.7 million in 2012. For 2013, commodity price
    hedges currently include 400 barrels of oil per day in the first quarter
    at an average floor price of Cdn $91.08 per barrel, 300 barrels of oil
    per day in the second quarter at an average floor price of Cdn $91.48
    per barrel, and 8,000 GJ per day of natural gas in the first quarter at
    an average AECO floor price of $3.16 per GJ. 
    
--  Net loss in the fourth quarter was $2.3 million or $0.04 per basic
    share, a decrease from the net loss of $0.07 per basic share a year
    earlier. Net loss for the year was $6.6 million or $0.12 per basic
    share, a decrease from the prior year's net loss of $0.14 per basic
    share. The net loss was primarily due to a $1.3 million loss on the sale
    of investments, a write-down of investments of $2.6 million, and a $1.0
    million loss on the disposition of oil and gas properties. 
    
--  Debt and working capital deficiency was $44.7 million at year end.
    Including the $4.3 million market value for Storm's investment in
    publicly listed companies at year end, adjusted net debt was $40.4
    million or 2.0 times annualized fourth quarter funds from operations.
    Including previously announced asset dispositions for proceeds totaling
    $20.1 million which closed in the first quarter of 2013, pro-forma
    adjusted net debt decreases to $20.3 million which is 1.0 times
    annualized fourth quarter funds from operations. Storm's bank credit
    facility is $52.0 million after giving effect to asset sales in the
    first quarter of 2013. 
    
--  Total proved ("1P") reserves increased 270% to 13.8 Mmboe with additions
    being 10.9 Mmboe. On a per-share basis using basic shares outstanding at
    year end, the increase was 59%. Delineation drilling in the Montney at
    Umbach added 4.1 Mmboe (38% of additions), the Bellamont transaction
    added 4.8 Mmboe, and the acquisition of SGR added 2.6 Mmboe. 
    
--  Total proved plus probable ("2P") reserves grew 230% to 27.3 Mmboe with
    additions totaling 19.8 Mmboe. Growth on a per-share basis was 40% using
    basic shares outstanding at year end. Delineation drilling in the
    Montney at Umbach added 5.5 Mmboe (28% of additions), the Bellamont
    transaction added 8.0 Mmboe, and the acquisition of SGR added 6.7 Mmboe.
    
--  The all-in cost to add 1P reserves was $21.85 per Boe and for 2P
    reserves was $16.26 per Boe. The all-in cost includes all capital
    expenditures, the change in future development costs, acquisitions,
    dispositions and revisions. 
    
--  The cost to add reserves per National Instrument 51-101 ("NI 51-101"),
    which excludes the effect of acquisitions, divestitures and revisions,
    was $14.20 per Boe for 1P reserves and $12.19 per Boe for 2P reserves.
    All reserves additions per NI 51-101 were at Umbach. 
    
--  Storm's asset value is $2.35 per share using the net present value of 2P
    reserves, discounted at 10% before tax, and after deducting adjusted net
    debt of $40.4 million at the end of 2012. This excludes any value for
    Storm's landholdings which totaled 310,000 net acres at year end.

 
OPERATIONS REVIEW 
Storm has a focused asset base with large land positions in resource
plays at Umbach and in the Horn River Basin ("HRB") which have
multi-year drilling upside.  
Umbach, Northeast British Columbia 
Storm's land position at Umbach totals 99 net sections (126 gross
sections) or 69,000 net acres. Two project areas have been identified
with one area consisting of 63 gross sections of jointly owned lands
(36 net sections with an average Storm working interest of 57%) and
the other area containing 63 sections of land at a 100% working
interest. Fourth quarter production averaged 564 Boe per day (29%
NGL) with NGL recovery being 67 Bbls per Mmcf of natural gas sales.
NGL included 50% condensate plus pentanes recovered during
processing, 24% butane, and 26% propane. The fourth quarter operating
netback was $17.70 per Boe with revenue of $31.28 per Boe, a royalty
rate of 12%, and operating costs were $9.80 per Boe.  
Repeated outages and capacity constraints with third party field
compression resulted in production from Umbach being reduced by 300
Boe per day in the fourth quarter. For most of the quarter, one to
three horizontals were shut in and run time on the remaining
horizontals was intermittent.  
On the jointly owned lands, nine horizontal wells have been drilled
all at a 60% working interest with seven of those having been
completed and tied in. Initial production and flow test results from
the last three horizontal wells that were drilled lower into the
Montney formation and completed with larger water based fracture
treatments are encouraging although additional uninterrupted
production history is required to confirm the level of improvement.
As production declines and as field compression capacity becomes
available, the remaining two horizontal wells will be completed and
tied in which is likely to be in the third and fourth quarters. From
January 1st to February 25th, production has averaged 425 Boe per day
net from one to four horizontal wells with third party field
compression having been shut in for 17 days to complete repairs and
modifications. Production is currently approximately 750 Boe per day
net from four horizontal wells. Total sustainable productive
capability of all seven horizontal wells is estimated at 1,500 Boe
per day net to Storm. Production from the joint lands is expected to
be restricted to 600 to 1,000 Boe per day net for the next three to
six months.  
On the 100% working interest lands, one horizontal well has been
drilled and has been completed with first production expected early
in the second quarter once an eight kilometre pipeline connection to
an existing field compression facility is completed. Storm has
entered into an agreement to acquire ownership in this existing
facility for $4.5 million with available capa
city being approximately
20 Mmcf per day. Production from horizontal wells connected to this
facility will be directed to the McMahon Gas Plant for processing
which will reduce NGL recovery to 37 Bbls per Mmcf sales; however,
the field netback will increase by $2 per Boe at current commodity
prices because eliminating third party fees for field compression
will reduce operating costs by more than $3 per Boe. In the second
half of 2013, it is expected that three to four more horizontal wells
will be drilled on the 100% working interest lands and will be
pipeline connected to this facility. 
The gross cost to drill and complete the last two horizontal wells
(the sixth and seventh) averaged $4.8 million which is a significant
improvement from the average cost of $5.5 million for the first five
horizontal wells. Both were drilled from existing pads. As the focus
transitions from resource delineation to development in 2013,
horizontal well costs are expected to decline as wells are drilled
from common pads and further drilling and completion efficiencies are
realized.  
On the first four horizontal wells, first year average rates have
been approximately 290 Boe per day (1.5 Mmcf raw gas per day) with
estimated 2P reserves of 540 Mboe (2.8 Bcf gross raw gas) assigned to
the Upper Montney formation only. This has generated a rate of return
below Storm's targeted threshold of 20% to 25%. Completion techniques
on the most recent horizontal wells have been modified to access the
Upper and Middle Montney intervals to improve the first year average
rate which is expected to result in the rate of return improving to
meet or exceed the minimum targeted level. 
Grande Prairie Area, Northwest Alberta and Northeast British Columbia 
Production in this area comes from properties acquired through the
transaction with Bellamont which closed in the first quarter of 2012.
Production in the fourth quarter averaged 1,884 Boe per day (46% oil
plus NGL) at an operating netback of $25.40 per Boe. In early
October, with natural gas prices at AECO recovering to $3.00 per GJ,
shut-in natural gas wells were reactivated which added 455 Boe per
day in the fourth quarter. The sale of the Mica property was
completed on October 18th with net proceeds at closing totaling $13.3
million (145 Boe per day). During the first quarter of 2013, the
Rycroft property was sold January 18th (30 Boe per day) and the
Saddle Hills and Gold Creek properties were sold February 15th (275
Boe per day) with proceeds from both transactions totaling $20.1
million. Current production after the recent dispositions is
approximately 1,500 Boe per day (41% liquids).  
There was minimal activity in the fourth quarter. A horizontal well
drilled and completed in the Grande Prairie Dunvegan C light oil pool
in the third quarter, was produced for a short period of time in
November, and is now shut in as the production rate was below
economic limits. The poor production rate was the result of problems
casing the well which resulted in an open hole completion instead of
the planned multi-stage fracture treatment. At Grimshaw, water
injection commenced into a horizontal well in the Montney A pool in
late August which has resulted in a flattening of the pool decline
over the last four months. Significant progress was made on operating
cost reductions in 2012 with realized savings totaling $2.5 million
per year from electrifying well sites, purchasing surface equipment
to eliminate processing fees, shutting in or disposing of uneconomic
wells, returning rental equipment and eliminating water trucking and
disposal. Wells that were shut in or disposed had total cash flow of
$50,000 from April 2011 to March 2012.  
Horn River Basin, Northeast British Columbia 
Storm's undeveloped land position in the HRB totals 135 sections at a
100% working interest (87,700 net acres) and is prospective for
natural gas from the Muskwa, Otter Park and Evie/Klua shales. The
resource in the Muskwa and Otter Park shales is large with the best
estimate of DPIIP in the 30 section core producing area being 3.1 Tcf
gross raw gas (evaluated by InSite Petroleum Consultants Ltd.
December 31, 2011). Productivity has been proven across the core
producing area with one horizontal well that has been producing for
23 months plus two completed and tested vertical wells.  
During the fourth quarter, production in the HRB averaged 367 Boe per
day at an operating netback of $9.99 per Boe. All of Storm's
production is from a horizontal well with 12 fracture stimulations
that is currently producing 2.7 Mmcf per day gross raw gas with
cumulative production of 2.8 Bcf gross raw gas since production
commenced in March 2011. Field compression has not been installed so
the flow rate since inception has been restricted by the high flowing
pressure in the raw gas gathering pipeline (1,000 psig). Significant
improvements in productivity and reserves are expected on future
horizontals by increasing fracture density (15 to 18 fracture
stimulations per horizontal) and by installing field compression.  
INVESTMENTS 
At the end of the fourth quarter, Storm owned 3 million shares in
Chinook Energy Inc., a TSX-listed oil and gas exploration and
production company (symbol 'CKE') based in Calgary with operations
focused in Tunisia and western Canada. These shares had a value of
$4.3 million at the end of 2012. During the fourth quarter of 2012,
Storm sold its remaining shares in Bridge Energy ASA for proceeds
totaling $1.8 million. 
OUTLOOK 
Results in 2012 were generally in line with guidance (year-end debt,
operating costs, royalty rate, operations capital). Production in the
fourth quarter of 2012 was below previous guidance (2,815 Boe per day
versus previous guidance of 3,000 Boe per day) due to outages and
capacity constraints with third party field compression at Umbach.
Production in the first quarter of 2013 is expected to be 2,500 Boe
per day and will increase to 3,000 Boe per day in the second quarter.
This reflects the impact of the asset dispositions, continuing
downtime with third party field compression at Umbach, and
maintenance turnarounds at the Fort Nelson gas plant (HRB shut in for
28 days) and the Teepee gas plant (half of Grande Prairie area shut
in for 15 days). Production growth is expected to resume in the
second half of 2013 with additions at Umbach coming from expansion of
the gathering system and as horizontal wells are drilled, completed
and tied in on 100% working interest lands.  
Preliminary 2013 guidance provided November 13, 2012 is being revised
to reflect the recent asset dispositions that closed in the first
quarter of 2013 (total proceeds $20.1 million) and an increase in
activity levels at Umbach. Net of acquisitions and dispositions,
total capital investment is expected to be $25 million. Updated
guidance is provided below: 


 
                                           2013 Guidance        2012 Actual 
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Year-end adjusted debt plus working                                         
 capital deficiency (1)                    $44.0 million      $40.4 million 
Average operating costs                $10 - $11 per Boe     $11.48 per Boe 
Average royalty rate (on production                                         
 revenue before hedging)                        11% - 12%              11.1%
Operations capital, excluding                                               
 dispositions                              $40.0 million      $26.9 million 
Property dispositions(2)                   $20.0 million      $15.7 million 
Corporate or property acquisitions          $4.5 million     $154.9 million 
Cash G&A                                    $3.9 million       $3.7 million 
Exit or fourth quarter average         4,000 - 4,500 Boe                    
 production                                      per day  2,815 Boe per day 
                                          (25% oil + NGL)    (36% oil + NGL)
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(1) Includes value of publicly listed securities.                           
(2) Dispositions closed in February 2013.                                   

 
The 2013 capital investment program will be focused on developing the
resource in the Montney formation at Umbach. Major expenditures will
include: 


 
--  $20.0 million of proceeds from property dispositions; 
--  $4.5 million to acquire a working interest in an existing facility at
    Umbach; 
--  $10.0 million to drill five horizontal wells (4.6 net) at Umbach; 
--  $15.0 million to complete and tie in seven horizontal wells (5.8 net) at
    Umbach; 
--  $6.0 million for the purchase of undeveloped land; 
--  $5.0 million to expand the gathering pipeline system at Umbach. 

 
With a 2013 natural gas price at AECO of $3 per GJ and an Edmonton
Par oil price of $87 per barrel, this program will be funded with
cash flow, the sale of non-core assets, and with bank debt. Adjusted
net debt is forecast to be unchanged at $45 million at the end of
2013 (including public company investments) which is within Storm's
current bank line of $52 million and approximately two times forecast
2013 funds from operations.  
Over the last year, Storm has gained critical mass and cash flow
through two corporate transactions. Activity in 2012 was focused on
drilling horizontal wells at Umbach to continue delineating the
large, liquids-rich natural gas resource in the Montney formation. To
date, Storm has delineated approximately 40% of its land position at
Umbach with reserves assigned to only the Upper Montney formation on
11% of the land base. Well control confirms that there is a
significant inventory of undrilled horizontal wells in the Upper and
Middle Montney intervals. As a result, in 2013, the focus will
transition to developing the resource and growing production and cash
flow. NGL recovery of 67 barrels per Mmcf sales through a shallow-cut
gas plant greatly improves the netback and economics at current
natural gas prices. Modifications to the completion technique are
expected to improve first year average rates and result in a rate of
return meeting or exceeding 20% to 25% at current commodity prices.
If results at Umbach are supportive of doing so, development may be
accelerated with funding being provided by additional asset sales.  
Regarding the HRB property, the optionality of Storm's land position
is confirmed by recent transactions involving major land positions
either in the HRB or other large scale, gas-prone resource plays in
British Columbia and Alberta. The HRB continues to offer significant
leverage to improving natural gas prices and remains a long term,
core asset for Storm.  
I would like to thank Storm's employees for their effort and hard
work in 2012 and our directors for their guidance and continued
support. Our goal continues to be accretive growth in net asset value
which will be achieved through development of the larger scale,
liquids-rich resource in the Montney formation at Umbach. We look
forward to providing updates on our progress throughout 2013. 
Respectfully,  
Brian Lavergne, President and Chief Executive Officer 
February 28, 2013 
Discovered-Petroleum-Initially-in-Place ("DPIIP") - is defined in the
Canadian Oil and Gas Evaluation Handbook ("COGEH") as the quantity of
hydrocarbons that are estimated to be in place within a known
accumulation. DPIIP is divided into recoverable and unrecoverable
portions, with the estimated future recoverable portion classified as
reserves and contingent resources. There is no certainty that it will
be economically viable or technically feasible to produce any portion
of this DPIIP except for those portions identified as proved or
probable reserves. 
Contingent Resources - are those quantities of petroleum estimated,
as of a given date, to be potentially recoverable from known
accumulations using established technology or technology under
development, but which are not currently considered to be
commercially recoverable due to one or more contingencies.
Contingencies may include factors such as economic, legal,
environmental, political and regulatory matters, or a lack of
markets. It is also appropriate to classify as contingent resources
the estimated discovered recoverable quantities associated with a
project at an early stage of development. Estimates of contingent
resources are estimates only; the actual resources may be higher or
lower than those calculated in the independent evaluation. There is
no certainty that the resources described in the evaluation will be
commercially produced. 
Boe Presentation - For the purpose of calculating unit revenues and
costs, natural gas is converted to a barrel of oil equivalent ("Boe")
using six thousand cubic feet ("Mcf") of natural gas equal to one
barrel of oil unless otherwise stated. Boe may be misleading,
particularly if used in isolation. A Boe conversion ratio of six Mcf
to one barrel ("Bbl") is based on an energy equivalency conversion
method primarily applicable at the burner tip and does not represent
a value equivalency at the wellhead. All Boe measurements and
conversions in this report are derived by converting natural gas to
oil in the ratio of six thousand cubic feet of gas to one barrel of
oil. Mboe means 1,000 Boe.  
Reserves at December 31, 2012  
Storm's year-end reserve evaluation effective December 31, 2012 was
prepared by InSite Petroleum Consultants Ltd. ("InSite") under date
of February 15, 2013. InSite has evaluated all of Storm's crude oil,
NGL and natural gas reserves. The InSite price forecast at December
31, 2012 was used to determine all estimates of future net revenue
(also referred to as net present value or NPV). Storm's Reserves
Committee, comprised of independent and appropriately qualified
directors, has reviewed and approved the evaluation prepared by
InSite and the report of the Reserves Committee has been accepted by
the Company's Board of Directors. 
Summary  


 
--  Proved developed producing reserves increased 273% to total 5,860 Mboe,
    an increase of 59% per share. 
    
--  Total proved ("1P") reserves grew 272% to total 13,822 Mboe. This is an
    increase of 59% on a per-share basis.  
    
--  Total proved plus probable ("2P") reserves totaled 27,331 Mboe which is
    an increase of 228%. The increase is 49% on a per-share basis.  
    
--  Additions to 2P reserves were 19,828 Mboe with 40% from the Bellamont
    transaction, 34% from the SGR acquisition, and 28% from delineation
    drilling of the Montney formation at Umbach. 
    
--  The net present value of 2P reserves, discounted at 10% before tax,
    increased 238% to $186 million with the majority of this being
    attributed to the Umbach property (39%). 
    
--  Storm's asset value is $2.35 per share using the net present value of 2P
    reserves, discounted at 10% before tax, and after deducting adjusted net
    debt of $40.4 million at the end of 2012. This excludes any value for
    Storm's landholdings which totaled 310,000 net acres at year end. 
    
--  The 1P finding and development cost as per NI 51-101 requirements was
    $14.20 per Boe and the 2P finding and development cost, as per NI 51-101
    requirements, was $12.19 per Boe. This includes the change in FDC and
    excludes the effect of acquisitions, divestitures and revisions.  
    
--  The all-in cost to add 1P reserves was $21.85 per Boe and for 2P
    reserves was $16.26 per Boe. The all-in calculation reflects the result
    of Storm's entire capital investment program as it takes into account
    the effect of acquisitions (Bellamont and SGR), dispositions, revisions,
    as well as the change in future development costs. 
    
--  Recycle ratio was 1.4 for 2P reserve additions using the all-in cost of
    $16.26 per Boe and the 2012 field netback of $23.21 per Boe. 
    
--  Drilling activity in 2012 resulted in the addition of 4,067 Mboe on a 1P
    basis and 5,514 Mboe on a 2P basis with all additions being from the
    Montney formation at Umbach. 
    
--  The transaction with Bellamont added 4,784 Mboe 1P reserves and 7,972
    Mboe 2P reserves. 2P FDC was $40.2 million net to Bellamont. The all-in
    cost to add 1P reserves was $22.40 per Boe and for 2P reserves was
    $17.55 per Boe.  
    
--  The acquisition of SGR added 2,577 Mboe 1P reserves and 6,737 Mboe 2P
    reserves with 2P FDC of $75.7 million net to SGR. The all-in cost to add
    1P reserves was $34.71 per Boe and for 2P reserves was $19.42 per Boe.
    Cost to add reserves with the SGR acquisition is high as it does not
    reflect contingent resources with the best estimate being 393 Bcf sales
    net to SGR as evaluated by InSite effective December 31, 2011. 
    
--  FDC was $103 million on a 1P basis and $229 million on a 2P basis.  
    
--  At Umbach, 2P reserves were 8,679 Mboe (32% of total corporate) with 661
    Mboe assigned to complete two standing horizontal wells (1.2 net) and to
    drill 19 horizontal wells (11.4 net). Recoverable reserves assigned to
    horizontal drilling locations averaged 2.9 Bcf of gross raw gas.
    Shrinkage of 15% was used along with NGL recovery of 61 barrels per Mmcf
    of sales. 2P FDC was $63.6 million net. Reserves were assigned to the
    Upper Montney formation only and no reserves were recognized on Storm's
    100% working interest lands.  
    
--  In the HRB, 2P reserves were 11,128 Mboe (41% of total corporate) with
    1,466 Mboe assigned to complete a standing horizontal shale gas well
    (1.0 net) and to drill six horizontal shale gas wells (6.0 net).
    Recoverable reserves assigned to each of the horizontal drilling
    locations averaged 10 Bcf of gross raw gas. Shrinkage of 12% was used to
    determine sales gas volumes. 2P FDC was $125.1 million gross and
    includes $12.1 million for associated infrastructure. 
    
--  Property dispositions in 2012 (Mica and Red Earth) reduced 1P reserves
    by 626 Mboe and 2P reserves by 735 Mboe.
    
 
Gross Company Interest Reserves as at December 31, 2012                     
(Before deduction of royalties payable, not including royalties receivable) 
                                                                            
                                                                     6:1 Oil
                               Light Crude  Sales Gas        NGL  Equivalent
                               Oil (Mbbls)     (Mmcf)    (Mbbls)      (Mboe)
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Proved producing                     2,049     19,535        555       5,860
Proved non-producing                     -        397          8          74
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Total proved developed               2,049     19,932        563       5,934
Proved undeveloped                     300     39,068      1,077       7,888
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Total proved                         2,349     59,000      1,640      13,822
Probable additional                  1,265     66,600      1,144      13,509
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Total proved plus probable           3,614    125,600      2,784      27,331
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Gross Company Reserve Reconciliation for 2012                               
(Gross company interest reserves before deduction of royalties payable)     
                                                                            
                                                  6:1 Oil Equivalent (Mboe) 
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                                              Total             Proved plus 
                                             Proved    Probable    Probable 
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December 31, 2011 - opening balance           3,714       4,608       8,322 
Acquisitions                                  7,361       7,348      14,709 
Discoveries                                       -           -           - 
Extensions                                    4,067       1,447       5,514 
Dispositions                                   (626)       (109)       (735)
Technical revisions                             126         216         342 
Production                                     (819)          -        (819)
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December 31, 2012 - closing balance          13,823      13,510      27,333 
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Future Development Costs                                                    
                                                                            
Proved                                                                      
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                           3.0 net horizontals plus                         
  HRB                                infrastructure           $ 55.5 million
  Umbach                        8.4 net horizontals           $ 39.8 million
  Grande Prairie                3.0 net horizontals            $ 7.5 million
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Total                                                        $ 102.8 million
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Proved Plus Probable                                                        
 Additional                                                                 
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                           7.0 net horizontals plus                         
  HRB                                infrastructure          $ 125.1 million
  Umbach                       12.6 net horizontals           $ 63.6 million
  Grande Prairie               11.0 net horizontals           $ 40.2 million
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Total                                                        $ 229.0 million
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                                                        Proved Plus Probable
                                Proved Expenditures  Additional Expenditures
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2013                                 $ 29.3 million           $ 37.7 million
2014                                 $ 18.0 million           $ 33.2 million
2015                                 $ 18.6 million           $ 59.4 million
2016                                 $ 34.9 million           $ 43.0 million
2017                                  $ 2.1 million           $ 41.8 million
2018                                            $ -           $ 13.9 million
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NI 51-101 Finding and Development Costs                                     
                                                                            
Total Proved Finding and Development                                  3 Year
 Cost                                     2012      2011      2010   Average
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Capital expenditures excluding                                              
 acquisitions and dispositions                                              
 (000s)                               $ 26,868  $ 25,360  $ 16,800  $ 69,028
Net change in FDC (000s)                30,863    25,541     4,679    61,083
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Total capital including the net                                             
 change in future capital (000s)      $ 57,731  $ 50,901  $ 21,479 $ 130,111
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Reserve additions excluding                                                 
 acquisitions, dispositions and                                             
 revisions (Mboe)                        4,067     2,505       738     7,310
Total proved finding and development                                        
 costs (per Boe)                       $ 14.20   $ 20.32   $ 29.10   $ 17.80
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Total Proved Plus Probable Finding                                    3 Year
 and Development Cost                     2012      2011      2010   Average
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Capital expenditures excluding                                              
 acquisitions and dispositions                                              
 (000s)                               $ 26,868  $ 25,360  $ 16,800  $ 69,028
Net change in FDC (000s)                40,341    51,725    21,057   113,123
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Total capital including the net                                             
 change in future capital (000s)      $ 67,209  $ 77,085  $ 37,857 $ 182,151
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Reserve additions excluding                                                 
 acquisitions, dispositions and                                             
 revisions (Mboe)                        5,514     5,278     2,512    13,304
Total proved plus probable finding                                          
 and development costs (per Boe)       $ 12.19   $ 14.60   $ 15.07   $ 13.69
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All-In Finding, Development and Acquisition Costs                           
                                                                            
Total Proved All-In Finding,                                                
 Development and Acquisition                                                
Cost including FDC, Acquisitions,                                     3 Year
 Dispositions, Revisions                  2012      2011      2010   Average
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Capital expenditures including                                              
 acquisitions and dispositions                                              
 (000s)                              $ 166,076  $ 40,795  $ 16,800 $ 223,671
Net change in FDC (000s)                72,655    25,541     4,679   102,875
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Total capital including the net                                             
 change in future capital (000s)     $ 238,731  $ 66,336  $ 21,479 $ 326,546
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Reserve additions including                                                 
 acquisitions,dispositions and                                              
 revisions (Mboe)                       10,927     3,178       738    14,843
All-in total proved finding and                                             
 development costs (per Boe)           $ 21.85   $ 20.87   $ 29.10   $ 22.00
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Total Proved Plus Probable All-In                                           
 Finding, Development and                                                   
 Acquisition Cost including FDC,                                            
 Acquisitions, Dispositions,                                          3 Year
 Revisions                                2012      2011      2010   Average
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Capital expenditures including                                              
 acquisitions and dispositions                                              
 (000s)                              $ 166,076  $ 40,795  $ 16,800 $ 223,671
Net change in FDC (000s)               156,258    51,725    21,057   229,040
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Total capital including the net                                             
 change in future capital (000s)     $ 322,334  $ 92,520  $ 37,857 $ 452,711
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Reserve additions including                                                 
 acquisitions,dispositions and                                              
 revisions (Mboe)                       19,828     6,012     2,512    28,352
All-In total proved plus probable                                           
 finding and development costs (per                                         
 Boe)                                  $ 16.26   $ 15.39   $ 15.07   $ 15.97
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Net Present Value Summary (before tax) as at December 31, 2012 
Benchmark oil and NGL prices used are adjusted for quality of oil or
NGL produced and for transportation costs. The calculated NPVs
include a deduction for estimated future well abandonment costs. 


 
                                                                            
                              Discounted  Discounted  Discounted  Discounted
                Undiscounted       at 5%      at 10%      at 15%      at 20%
                      (000s)      (000s)      (000s)      (000s)      (000s)
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Proved producing   $ 164,695   $ 125,620   $ 101,403    $ 85,241    $ 73,808
Proved non-                                                                 
 producing               416         382         353         328         306
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Total proved                                                                
 developed         $ 165,111   $ 126,002   $ 101,756    $ 85,569    $ 74,114
Proved                                                                      
 undeveloped          91,890      49,156      24,643       9,763         328
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Total proved       $ 257,002   $ 175,159   $ 126,399    $ 95,333    $ 74,442
Probable                                                                    
 additional          226,565     113,694      59,667      31,173      15,027
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Total proved                                                                
 plus probable     $ 483,566   $ 788,852   $ 186,066   $ 126,506    $ 89,469
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Numbers in this table may not add due to rounding.                          

 
Net Present Value Summary (after tax) as at December 31, 2012 
Benchmark oil and NGL prices used are adjusted for quality of oil or
NGL produced and for transportation costs. The calculated NPVs each
include a deduction for estimated future well abandonment costs. 


 
                                                                            
                              Discounted  Discounted  Discounted  Discounted
                Undiscounted       at 5%      at 10%      at 15%      at 20%
                      (000s)      (000s)      (000s)      (000s)      (000s)
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Proved producing   $ 164,696   $ 125,620   $ 101,403    $ 85,241    $ 73,808
Proved non-                                                                 
 producing               416         383         354         328         306
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Total proved                                                                
 developed         $ 165,112   $ 126,003   $ 101,757    $ 85,569    $ 74,114
Proved                                                                      
 undeveloped          89,076      48,030      24,169       9,555         232
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Total proved       $ 254,188   $ 174,033   $ 125,926    $ 95,124    $ 74,347
Probable                                                                    
 additional          170,535      85,623      44,517      22,510       9,841
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Total proved                                                                
 plus probable     $ 424,723   $ 259,656   $ 170,442   $ 117,635    $ 84,188
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Numbers in this table may not add due to rounding.                          
                                                                            
InSite Escalating Price Forecast as at December 31, 2012                    
                                                                            
                   Edmonton                                                 
           WTI  Light Crude    Henry Hub         AECO                       
     Crude Oil          Oil  Natural Gas   Natural Gas    Propane     Butane
     (US$/Bbl)   (Cdn$/Bbl)  (US$/Mmbtu)  (Cdn$/Mmbtu) (Cdn$/Bbl) (Cdn$/Bbl)
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2013     92.00        90.00         3.75          3.34      36.00      76.50
2014     94.00        91.96         4.25          3.83      45.98      78.17
2015     96.00        93.92         4.75          4.33      56.35      79.83
2016     98.00        95.88         5.20          4.77      57.53      81.50
2017    100.00        97.84         5.55          5.11      58.70      83.16
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