Canadian Natural Resources Limited Announces 2014 First Quarter Results

Canadian Natural Resources Limited Announces 2014 First Quarter Results 
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FOR: Canadian Natural Resources Limited 
TSX SYMBOL:  CNQ
NYSE SYMBOL:  CNQ 
MAY 8, 2014 
Canadian Natural Resources Limited Announces 2014 First Quarter Results 
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - May 8, 2014) - Canadian Natural Resources
Limited (TSX:CNQ) (NYSE:CNQ) 
Commenting on first quarter results, Steve Laut, President of Canadian Natural
stated, "Canadian Natural had a solid start to the year, with consistent
organic growth in North America production as expected. North America E&P
crude oil and NGLs production grew by 5% over the previous quarter. Subsequent
to the quarter the acquisition of certain assets closed, the integration of
people is now complete and the integration of those assets is progressing. We
have expanded our strong portfolio, which we will continue to develop in a
prudent and disciplined manner, enabling us to maximize value for our
shareholders. As a result of the recent acquisitions and our ongoing
development opportunities, our 2014 development capital budget has been
increased by $425 million and our 2014 annual production guidance has
increased, with the midpoint of crude oil and NGLs production increasing by 3%
or 15,000 barrels per day, and the midpoint of natural gas production
increasing by 30% or 360 million cubic feet per day. 
Canadian Natural continues to execute on its defined growth plan and achieved
record quarterly production in primary heavy crude oil, Pelican Lake heavy
crude oil and North America light crude oil and NGLs. Additionally, we had
continued strong production at Horizon, with quarterly production averaging
113,000 barrels per day, and April 2014 production of approximately 119,000
barrels per day. Our Kirby South SAGD project is progressing well and we are
targeting a strong ramp up in production to the 40,000 barrel per day facility
capacity by the end of 2014.  
We will continue to focus on execution and capital discipline to deliver on our
defined growth plan. This prudent development of our diverse asset base enables
us to generate increasing free cash flow to allocate to resource development,
sustainable dividends, share purchases, opportunistic acquisitions, and debt
repayment."  
Canadian Natural's Chief Financial Officer, Corey Bieber, continued,
"The solid production growth this quarter combined with strong crude oil
and natural gas pricing, led to an increase in cash flow by 20% over the fourth
quarter of 2013.  
We have demonstrated the value of our large and diverse asset base as we remain
on track to deliver a solid year of cash flow generation. This increase in cash
flow enables us to maximize returns to our shareholders in the form of
sustainable dividends and share purchases. During the first quarter of 2014 we
increased our quarterly dividend to $0.225 per common share from $0.20 per
common share. This is our fourteenth consecutive year of quarterly dividend
increases and represents a year over year increase of 80% in the quarterly
dividend. Subsequent to the quarter, we renewed our Normal Course Issuer Bid.
In 2014, year to date, we have purchased 2,105,000 common shares at an average
price of $37.86 per common share.  
Our disciplined strategy and financial strength will enable us to continue to
execute on the significant growth opportunities which we have in the near, mid
and long-term." 
QUARTERLY HIGHLIGHTS 
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Three Months Ended       
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($ Millions, except per common share            Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31
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Net earnings                                $      622 $      413 $      213
  Per common share - basic                  $     0.57 $     0.38 $     0.19 
- diluted                               $     0.57 $     0.38 $     0.19
Adjusted net earnings from operations (1)   $      921 $      563 $      401
  Per common share - basic                  $     0.85 $     0.52 $     0.37 
- diluted                               $     0.85 $     0.52 $     0.37
Cash flow from operations (2)               $    2,146 $    1,782 $    1,571
  Per common share - basic                  $     1.97 $     1.64 $     1.44 
- diluted                               $     1.97 $     1.64 $     1.44
Capital expenditures, net of dispositions   $    1,893 $    2,091 $    1,736 
Daily production, before royalties                                          
  Natural gas (MMcf/d)                           1,175      1,195      1,150
  Crude oil and NGLs (bbl/d)                   488,788    478,038    489,157
  Equivalent production (BOE/d) (3)            684,647    677,242    680,844
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(1) Adjusted net earnings from operations is a non-GAAP measure that the
Company utilizes to evaluate its performance. The derivation of this measure is
discussed in the Management's Discussion and Analysis
("MD&A").  
(2) Cash flow from operations is a non-GAAP measure that the Company considers
key as it demonstrates the Company's ability to fund capital reinvestment
and debt repayment. The derivation of this measure is discussed in the
MD&A.  
(3) A barrel of oil equivalent ("BOE") is derived by converting six
thousand cubic feet ("Mcf") of natural gas to one barrel
("bbl") of crude oil (6 Mcf:1 bbl). This conversion may be
misleading, particularly if used in isolation, since the 6 Mcf:1 bbl ratio is
based on an energy equivalency conversion method primarily applicable at the
burner tip and does not represent a value equivalency at the wellhead. In
comparing the value ratio using current crude oil prices relative to natural
gas prices, the 6 Mcf:1 bbl conversion ratio may be misleading as an indication
of value.  
- Canadian Natural generated cash flow from operations of approximately $2.15
billion in Q1/14 compared to approximately $1.57 billion in Q1/13 and $1.78
billion in Q4/13. The increase in cash flow from Q4/13 reflects higher North
America crude oil and NGLs and natural gas netbacks, higher North America crude
oil sales volumes and the impact of the weaker Canadian dollar, offset by lower
crude oil sales volumes in the Offshore Africa segment. Due to the nature of
Floating Production, Storage and Offloading ("FPSO") vessel
operations, no crude oil liftings or sales occurred in Offshore Africa
operations during Q1/14. The resulting cash flow from Q1/14 production, to be
realized in Q2/14 once liftings occur, is targeted to be approximately $50
million. 
- Adjusted net earnings from operations for Q1/14 were $921 million, compared
to adjusted net earnings of $401 million in Q1/13 and $563 million Q4/13.
Changes in adjusted net earnings reflect the changes in cash flow from
operations as well as lower depletion, depreciation and amortization expense
from both Q1/13 and Q4/13.  
- Total crude oil and NGLs production for Q1/14 averaged 488,788 barrels per
day ("bbl/d"). The strong production performance was largely driven
by:  
-- record production levels in primary heavy crude oil,  
-- record Pelican Lake heavy crude oil production,  
-- record North America NGLs and light crude oil production,  
-- continued safe, steady and reliable production at Horizon Oil Sands
("Horizon") operations. 
- In Q1/14, primary heavy crude oil operations achieved record quarterly
production of approximately 142,000 bbl/d. Primary heavy crude oil production
increased 7% and 6% from Q1/13 and Q4/13 levels, respectively, due to strong
results from the Company's effective and efficient drilling program.  
- In Q1/14, Pelican Lake operations achieved record quarterly heavy crude oil
production volumes of approximately 48,000 bbl/d, a 26% increase from Q1/13
volumes and a 4% increase from Q4/13 volumes. This is the fifth consecutive
quarter of production increases, which reflects Canadian Natural's
continued success in developing, implementing and optimizing polymer flooding
technology.  
- Kirby South, a 100% owned and operated SAGD project, was completed during
Q3/13 ahead of schedule and on budget. The reservoir is responding as expected
with Q1/14 production averaging 5,000 bbl/d and April 2014 production averaging
approximately 14,000 bbl/d. Kirby South production is targeted to grow to
facility capacity of 40,000 bbl/d by year end.  
- The Kirby North Phase 1 ("Kirby North") project is continuing
toward commencement of construction and regulatory approvals are progressing.
Targeted project capital for Kirby North is $1.45 billion, equating to
approximately $36,000 per flowing barrel at a project capacity of 40,000 bbl/d.
Detailed engineering on the Central Processing Facility is essentially complete
and first steam-in is targeted for Q4/16, subject to regulatory approvals. 
- During Q1/14 Horizon continued to achieve strong and reliable operating
performance, with SCO production averaging approximately 113,000 bbl/d, a 4%
increase from Q1/13 levels and a 1% increase over Q4/13 levels. April 2014 SCO
production averaged approximately 119,000 bbl/d. Horizon production is targeted
to increase in 2014 by 11%, an average increase of 11,000 bbl/d from 2013
levels, as a result of the continued focus on effective and efficient
operations.  
- Q1/14 total natural gas production was 1,175 MMcf/d, an increase of 2% from
Q1/13 levels and a decrease of 2% from Q4/13 levels. The increase in natural
gas production from Q1/13 levels is due to the successful completion of the
Septimus plant expansion, a concentrated liquids-rich natural gas drilling
program, as well as minor property acquisitions. The minor decrease in natural
gas production from Q4/13 was primarily a result of normal production declines. 
- During Q1/14, the Company agreed to acquire certain assets in areas adjacent
or proximal to Canadian Natural's current Canadian operations. These
assets are high quality, concentrated liquids-rich natural gas weighted assets,
with additional light crude oil exposure. The transactions closed in Q2/14 and
include associated key strategic facilities, a royalty revenue stream and
undeveloped land. The integration of people is now complete and Canadian
Natural is working to maximize efficiencies of the integrated operations while
high grading opportunities in the Company's large and diverse portfolio.  
- As expected, heavy crude oil differentials narrowed during Q1/14, resulting
in favorable price realizations for the Company. The WCS heavy oil differential
("WCS differential") as a percent of WTI averaged 24% in Q1/14
compared to 34% in Q1/13 and 33% in Q4/13.  
- Under the Company's Normal Course Issuer Bid, Canadian Natural has
purchased 2,105,000 common shares year to date for cancellation at an average
price of $37.86 per common share, which includes 330,000 common shares
purchased subsequent to March 31, 2014 at a weighted average price of $43.44
per common share. 
- Canadian Natural declared a quarterly cash dividend on common shares of
C$0.225 per share payable on July 1, 2014. 
OPERATIONS REVIEW AND CAPITAL ALLOCATION  
In order to facilitate efficient operations, Canadian Natural focuses its
activities in core regions where the Company owns a substantial land base and
associated infrastructure. Land inventories are maintained to enable continuous
exploitation of play types and geological trends, greatly reducing overall
exploration risk. By owning and operating associated infrastructure, the
Company is able to maximize utilization of production facilities by processing
its own or third party volumes, thereby increasing control over production
costs. Furthermore, the Company maintains large project inventories and
production diversification among each of the commodities it produces; light and
medium crude oil, primary heavy crude oil, Pelican Lake heavy crude oil,
bitumen and SCO (herein collectively referred to as "crude oil"),
natural gas and NGLs. A large diversified project portfolio enables the
effective allocation of capital to higher return opportunities. 
OPERATIONS REVIEW 
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Drilling activity (number of wells)                                          
Three Months Ended Mar 31         
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2014                2013         
Gross      Net      Gross      Net 
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Crude oil                                  300      271        312      300 
Natural gas                                 32       25         18       15 
Dry                                          4        3          6        5 
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Subtotal                                   336      299        336      320 
Stratigraphic test / service wells         330      330        305      305 
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Total                                      666      629        641      625 
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  Success rate (excluding                                                    
stratigraphic test / service                                              
wells)                                            99%                 98%
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North America Exploration and Production                                     
Crude oil and NGLs - excluding Thermal In Situ Oil Sands                     
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2014       2013       2013 
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Crude oil and NGLs production (bbl/d)         266,110    254,162    236,600 
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Net wells targeting crude oil                     263        299        271 
Net successful wells drilled                      260        289        267 
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  Success rate                                     99%        97%        99%
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- North America crude oil and NGLs production averaged 266,110 bbl/d in Q1/14,
an increase of 12% from Q1/13 levels and 5% from Q4/13 levels.  
- In Q1/14, primary heavy crude oil operations achieved record quarterly
production of approximately 142,000 bbl/d. Primary heavy crude oil production
increased 7% and 6% from Q1/13 and Q4/13 levels, respectively, due to strong
results from the Company's effective and efficient drilling program.
Canadian Natural continued with its large and cost efficient drilling program
with 224 net primary heavy crude oil wells completed in Q1/14. Canadian
Natural's primary heavy crude oil assets provide strong netbacks and a
high return on capital in the Company's portfolio of diverse and balanced
assets. 
- In Q1/14, Pelican Lake operations achieved record heavy crude oil quarterly
production volumes of approximately 48,000 bbl/d, a 26% increase from Q1/13
volumes and a 4% increase from Q4/13 volumes. This is the fifth consecutive
quarter of production increases, which reflects Canadian Natural's
continued success in developing, implementing and optimizing polymer flooding
technology. Pelican Lake's industry leading operating costs of $9.65/bbl
in Q1/14 represent a 28% decrease in operating costs from Q1/13. The increasing
polymer flood production response combined with continued optimization and
effective and efficient operations have driven cost improvements.  
- North America light crude oil and NGLs achieved record quarterly production
of approximately 75,900 bbl/d in Q1/14. Production increased 16% from Q1/13
levels and 3% from Q4/13 levels, as a result of a successful Q1/14 drilling
program and increased NGLs production associated with the Septimus project
expansion. The Company drilled 39 net light crude oil wells in Q1/14. Canadian
Natural's light crude oil drilling program will continue to utilize and
advance horizontal multi-frac well technology to access new reserves in pools
across the Company's land base.  
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Thermal In Situ Oil Sands                                                    
Three Months Ended         
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31  
2014       2013       2013 
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Bitumen production (bbl/d)                     82,077     78,069    108,889 
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Net wells targeting bitumen                        11         38         33 
Net successful wells drilled                       11         35         33 
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  Success rate                                    100%        92%       100%
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- Q1/14 thermal in situ production volumes were 82,077 bbl/d, at the high end
of the Company's previously issued guidance of 75,000 to 83,000 bbl/d.  
- Kirby South, a 100% owned and operated SAGD project, was completed during
Q3/13 ahead of schedule and on budget. The reservoir is responding as expected
with Q1/14 production averaging 5,000 bbl/d and April 2014 production averaging
approximately 14,000 bbl/d. At the end of Q1/14, 25 well pairs had been
converted to full SAGD production with a further 4 well pairs converted to
production subsequent to Q1/14. The remaining 20 well pairs are progressing
through the steam circulation phase to initiate the SAGD process. The wells at
Kirby South are performing as expected and production is targeted to grow to
facility capacity of 40,000 bbl/d by year end.  
- The Kirby North project is continuing toward commencement of construction and
regulatory approvals are progressing. Targeted project capital for Kirby North
is $1.45 billion, equating to approximately $36,000 per flowing barrel at a
project capacity of 40,000 bbl/d. The Kirby North project includes 56 well
pairs and expansion infrastructure for future growth. Detailed engineering on
the Central Processing Facility is essentially complete and first steam-in is
targeted for Q4/16, subject to regulatory approvals. 
- During Q2/13, bitumen emulsion was discovered at surface at 4 separate
locations in the Company's Primrose development area, 3 at Primrose East
and 1 at Primrose South. The cleanup of all 4 sites is complete and the
causation review of the bitumen emulsion seepage is nearing completion.
Canadian Natural continues to work collaboratively with the Alberta Energy
Regulator ("AER") on the causation review of the bitumen emulsion
seepage. The Company's near term steaming plan at Primrose has been
modified as a result of the seepages, with steaming being temporarily reduced
in certain areas. Canadian Natural believes that reserves recovered from the
Primrose area over its life cycle will be substantially unchanged and
production guidance for 2014 also remains unchanged.  
- Concurrent with the causation review, Canadian Natural has developed methods
to prevent seepages for all potential failure mechanisms. This includes the
remediation of legacy wellbores, modified steaming strategies, enhanced
monitoring techniques and proactive response strategies.
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Natural Gas                                                                  
Three Months Ended         
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31  
2014       2013       2013 
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Natural gas production (MMcf/d)                 1,147      1,165      1,125 
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Net wells targeting natural gas                    25         11         16 
Net successful wells drilled                       25         11         15 
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  Success rate                                    100%       100%        94%
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- North America natural gas production averaged 1,147 MMcf/d for Q1/14, an
increase of 2% from Q1/13 levels and a decrease of 2% from Q4/13 levels. The
increase in natural gas production from Q1/13 was due to the successful
completion of the Septimus plant expansion, a concentrated liquids-rich natural
gas drilling program, as well as minor property acquisitions. The minor
decrease in natural gas production from Q4/13 was primarily a result of normal
production declines.  
- Subsequent to Q1/14, Canadian Natural completed certain light crude oil and
natural gas property acquisitions in areas adjacent or proximal to the
Company's current operations. Canadian Natural has reviewed the
opportunities across its portfolio and, to maximize value and reduce per unit
production expenses, the Company will increase natural gas capital allocation
by $210 million for 2014. The additional capital will be allocated to recently
acquired assets to consolidate facilities, drill additional wells for land
retention, conduct facility turnarounds and continue with the fabrication of
the Ferrier central processing modules. These activities will enhance
production while reducing the operating costs on the acquired assets. 
International Exploration and Production 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
2014       2013       2013
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Crude oil production (bbl/d)                                                
  North Sea                                     16,715     20,155     18,774
  Offshore Africa                               10,791     13,379     16,112
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Natural gas production (MMcf/d)                                             
  North Sea                                          7          7          1
  Offshore Africa                                   21         23         24
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Net wells targeting crude oil                        -          -          -
Net successful wells drilled                         -          -          -
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  Success rate                                       -          -          -
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- International crude oil production averaged 27,506 bbl/d during Q1/14, an 18%
decrease from Q4/13 levels, and in line with stated guidance of 26,000 to
29,000 bbl/d. This decrease was primarily as a result of a temporary shut-in at
the Baobab field during the quarter, unplanned downtime at the Tiffany field,
as well as the planned permanent cessation of production at Murchison in Q1/14. 
- Due to the nature of FPSO vessel operations, no crude oil liftings or sales
occurred in Offshore Africa operations during Q1/14. The resulting cash flow
from Q1/14 production, to be realized in Q2/14 once liftings occur, is targeted
to be approximately $50 million. 
- Production at the Baobab field was temporarily shut-in during Q4/13 as a
result of a mooring line failure on the FPSO vessel in December 2013. The
Company successfully completed the permanent repairs on the mooring lines in
March 2014.  
- During Q4/13 the Company contracted a drilling rig for a 6 well (3.5 net)
drilling program at the Baobab field in C?te d'Ivoire. This rig is
expected to arrive no later than Q1/15 to commence an approximate 16-month
light crude oil drilling program, which is targeted to add 11,000 BOE/d of net
production when complete. 
- Subsequent to Q1/14, Canadian Natural contracted a drilling rig to undertake
the 12-month light crude oil infill drilling program at Espoir, C?te
d'Ivoire. The development of Espoir is now targeted to commence in the
second half of 2014 with a 10 well (5.9 net) drilling program. This program is
targeted to add 5,900 BOE/d of net production when complete.   
- Canadian Natural previously acquired two blocks in C?te d'Ivoire which
are prospective for deepwater channel/fan structures similar to Jubilee crude
oil discoveries in Offshore Africa. Subsequent to Q1/14, an exploratory well
was drilled on Block CI-514, in which the Company has a 36% working interest.
The well encountered a series of sands approximately 350 metres thick which
contain a hydrocarbon column of approximately 40 metres of light oil with 34
degree API gravity. The well, which demonstrated the presence of a working
petroleum system, was plugged and the data gathered will be evaluated to
determine the extent of the accumulation and the future appraisal plan. These
results enhance the prospectivity of Canadian Natural's Block CI-12,
located approximately 35 km west of Canadian Natural's current production
at Espoir and Baobab.  
- In Block 11B/12B, in South Africa, the operator is targeting to commence
drilling the first exploration well in Q3/14. Canadian Natural has a 50%
interest in an exploration right located in the Outeniqua Basin, approximately
175 kilometers off the southern coast of South Africa. 
- Banff/Kyle, with combined net production of approximately 3,500 bbl/d, was
suspended in Q1/11 after suffering storm damage. The FPSO has been repaired, is
back in the field and is currently being tied in to the subsea system, with
production targeted to resume early in Q3/14.  
- International capital guidance increased by $100 million for 2014, largely as
a result of foreign exchange rate fluctuations, and, to a lesser extent, an
increase in the targeted cost to drill in Offshore South Africa, in excess of
Canadian Natural's carried costs.  
North America Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading - Horizon 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
2014       2013       2013
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Synthetic crude oil production (bbl/d)         113,095    112,273    108,782
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- During Q1/14 Horizon continued to achieve strong and reliable operating
performance, with SCO production averaging approximately 113,000 bbl/d, a 4%
increase from Q1/13 levels and a 1% increase over Q4/13 levels. April 2014 SCO
production was approximately 119,000 bbl/d. Horizon production is targeted to
increase in 2014 by 11%, an average increase of 11,000 bbl/d from 2013 levels,
as a result of the continued focus on effective and efficient operations.  
- In Q1/14 Horizon generated strong operating cash flow due to high SCO sales
volumes supported by higher realized SCO pricing. Horizon operating costs are
targeted to decline with the phased expansion of production capacity.  
- Canadian Natural continues to deliver on its strategy to transition to a
longer life, low decline asset base while providing significant and growing
free cash flow. Canadian Natural's staged expansion to 250,000 bbl/d of
SCO production capacity continues to progress on track and within sanctioned
cost estimates.  
- The staged Phase 2/3 expansion at Horizon continues to progress in Q1/14:  
-- Overall Horizon Phase 2/3 expansion is 37% physically complete.  
-- Reliability - Tranche 2 is 97% physically complete. This phase will increase
performance, overall production reliability and the Gas Recovery Unit will
recover additional SCO barrels in 2014.  
-- Directive 74 includes technological investment and research into tailings
management. This project remains on track and is physically 26% complete.  
-- Phase 2A is a coker expansion which will utilize pre-invested infrastructure
and equipment to expand the Coker Plant and alleviate the current bottleneck.
The expansion is 84% physically complete with current progress tracking ahead
of schedule. The coker tie-in was originally scheduled to be completed in
mid-2015; however, due to strong construction performance and the early
completion of the coker installation, the Company has accelerated the tie-in to
September 2014. An increase in Horizon SCO production capacity of approximately
12,000 bbl/d is targeted to occur subsequent to the completion of the coker
tie-in.  
-- Phase 2B is 28% physically complete. This phase expands the capacity of
major components such as gas/oil hydrotreatment, froth treatment and the
hydrogen plant. This phase is targeted to add another 45,000 bbl/d of
production capacity in 2016.  
-- Phase 3 is on track and on schedule. This phase is 26% physically complete,
and includes the addition of supplementary extraction trains. This phase is
targeted to increase production capacity by 80,000 bbl/d in 2017 and will
result in additional reliability, redundancy and significant operating cost
savings.  
-- The projects currently under construction continue to progress on track and
within sanctioned cost estimates.  
- On the Phase 2/3 expansion Canadian Natural has committed to approximately
63% of the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contracts. Over 57% of the
construction contracts have been awarded to date, with 85% being lump sum,
ensuring greater cost certainty.   
MARKETING 
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2014       2013       2013 
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Crude oil and NGLs pricing                                                  
  WTI benchmark price (US$/bbl) (1)         $   98.61  $   97.50  $   94.34 
  WCS blend differential from WTI (%) (2)          24%        33%        34%
  SCO price (US$/bbl)                       $   96.45  $   88.37  $   95.24 
  Condensate benchmark pricing (US$/bbl)    $  102.53  $   94.30  $  107.18 
  Average realized pricing before risk                                       
management (C$/bbl) (3)                  $   79.68  $   69.38  $   60.87 
Natural gas pricing                                                         
  AECO benchmark price (C$/GJ)              $    4.52  $    2.99  $    2.92 
  Average realized pricing before risk                                       
management (C$/Mcf)                      $    5.69  $    3.62  $    3.51 
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(1) West Texas Intermediate ("WTI").  
(2) Western Canadian Select ("WCS").  
(3) Average crude oil and NGLs pricing excludes SCO. Pricing is net of blending
costs and excluding risk management activities.  
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SCO  Dated Brent   Condensate  
WTI    WCS Blend  Differential Differential Differential 
Benchmark      Pricing Differential      from WTI     from WTI     from WTI 
 Pricing      (US$/bbl)  from WTI (%)    (US$/bbl)    (US$/bbl)    (US$/bbl)
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2014                                                                        
 January        $94.86           31%       $(7.12)      $13.40        $3.35 
 February      $100.68           19%        $1.97        $8.19        $5.15 
 March         $100.51           21%       $(0.95)       $7.04        $3.37 
 April         $102.03           22%       $(2.56)       $5.59        $1.91 
 May(i)         $99.50           19%        $4.09        $8.78        $3.36 
 June(i)        $98.79           17%        $3.00        $9.18        $2.04 
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(i)Based on current indicative pricing as at May 2, 2014. 
- The Company average realized pricing increased in Q1/14 over Q1/13 and Q4/13
pricing due to strong benchmark pricing, narrow WCS differentials and the
weakening of the Canadian dollar relative to the US dollar.  
- Overall Q1/14 was a strong quarter for commodity pricing:  
-- the WCS differential narrowed to 24% in Q1/14 from 33% in Q4/13,  
-- the SCO price increased by 9% in Q1/14 over Q4/13 pricing to $96.45, and  
-- AECO natural gas prices for Q1/14 increased 51% to $4.52 over Q4/13 prices.  
- The WCS differential averaged 24% during Q1/14 compared with 34% in Q1/13 and
33% in Q4/13. During Q1/14 the WCS differential due to the reinstatement of
third party refinery operations after planned and unplanned maintenance,
increased demand as a result of third party refinery expansion and higher
refinery utilization. The Company anticipates less volatility in the WCS
differential in the latter half of 2014 as additional heavy crude oil
conversion and pipeline capacity come on stream.  
- Subsequent to Q1/14, the WCS differential averaged 22% in April 2014, and the
indicative WCS differential for May 2014 is approximately 19% and June 2014 is
approximately 17%. The WCS differential is directionally tightening due to
increased demand for heavier crudes, as a result of third party refinery
expansion and higher refinery utilization.  
- Canadian Natural contributed 172,000 bbl/d of its heavy crude oil stream to
the WCS blend in Q1/14. The Company remains the largest contributor to the WCS
blend, accounting for over 55% of the total blend this quarter.  
- SCO pricing during Q1/14 was comparable to Q1/13 and increased 9% from Q4/13,
reflecting increased demand, benchmark pricing, prevailing differentials and
the alleviation of logistical constraints between Cushing, Oklahoma and the
U.S. Gulf Coast.  
- During Q1/14, AECO natural gas prices increased 55% over Q1/13 levels and 51%
from Q4/13 levels. Natural gas prices increased due to increased winter weather
related natural gas demand. The colder than normal winter resulted in natural
gas storage inventories falling below five-year lows in the US and Canada.  
NORTH WEST REDWATER UPGRADING AND REFINING  
The North West Redwater refinery, upon completion, will strengthen the
Company's position by providing a competitive return on investment and by
adding 50,000 bbl/d of bitumen conversion capacity in Alberta which will help
reduce pricing volatility in all Western Canadian heavy crude oil. The Company
has a 50% interest in the North West Redwater Partnership. Work is progressing
and site preparation and deep underground construction is underway. 
FINANCIAL REVIEW   
The Company continues to implement proven strategies and its disciplined
approach to capital allocation. As a result, the financial position of Canadian
Natural remains strong. Canadian Natural's cash flow generation, credit
facilities, US commercial paper program, diverse asset base and related capital
expenditure programs and commodity hedging policy all support a flexible
financial position and provide the appropriate financial resources for the
near-, mid- and long-term.  
- The Company's strategy is to maintain a diverse portfolio balanced
across various commodity types. The Company achieved production of 684,647
BOE/d for Q1/14 with approximately 98% of production located in G8 countries.  
- During Q1/14 Canadian Natural entered into an agreement to acquire certain
Canadian crude oil and natural gas properties. The acquired asset package
includes a royalty revenue stream which is targeted to earn approximately $75
million in pre-tax cash flow during 2014. Canadian Natural is reviewing the
options to combine the acquired royalty revenue stream with its own royalty
revenue portfolio for either the creation of a new vehicle to provide steady
cash flow to current shareholders or monetization through a sale package later
in 2014. The targeted pre-tax cash flow from the combined royalty revenue
streams is expected to be between $140 million and $150 million in 2014.  
- Canadian Natural has a strong balance sheet with debt to book capitalization
of 28% and debt to EBITDA of 1.1x at March 31, 2014. On April 1, 2014,
following the acquisition of certain properties for cash consideration of
approximately $3.1 billion, the Company's debt to book capitalization was
34%.   
- Canadian Natural maintains significant financial stability and liquidity
represented by bank credit facilities. As at March 31, 2014, the Company had in
place bank credit facilities of $5,803 million, of which $4,561 million, net of
commercial paper issuances of $553 million, was available. Credit facilities at
March 31, 2014 included a $1,000 million non-revolving term credit facility
arranged in connection with the acquisition of certain producing Canadian crude
oil and natural gas properties announced in Q1/14.   
- During Q1/14, the Company issued US$500 million of three-month London
Interbank Offered Rate ("LIBOR") plus 0.375% notes due March 2016,
and concurrently, entered into cross currency swaps to fix the foreign currency
exchange rate risk at three-month Canadian Dealer Offered Rate
("CDOR") plus 0.309% and $555 million. In addition, the Company
issued US$500 million of 3.80% notes due April 2024. Proceeds from the
securities were used to repay bank indebtedness. At March 31, 2014, the Company
had maturities of long-term debt aggregating $945 million over the next 12
months (US$500 million due November 2014 and US$350 million due December 2014). 
- The Company's commodity hedging program protects investment returns,
ensures ongoing balance sheet strength and supports the Company's cash
flow for its capital expenditure programs. Details of the Company's
commodity hedging program can be found on the Company's website at
www.cnrl.com.  
- Subsequent to Q1/14, Toronto Stock Exchange accepted notice of Canadian
Natural's Normal Course Issuer Bid through facilities of Toronto Stock
Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. The notice provides that Canadian
Natural may, during the 12 month period commencing April 2014 and ending April
2015, purchase for cancellation on Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York
Stock Exchange up to 54,596,899 common shares.  
- Under the Company's Normal Course Issuer Bid, Canadian Natural has
purchased 2,105,000 common shares year to date for cancellation at an average
price of $37.86 per common share, which includes 330,000 common shares
purchased subsequent to March 31, 2014 at a weighted average price of $43.44
per common share.  
- Canadian Natural's Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash
dividend on common shares of C$0.225 per share payable on July 1, 2014. This
represents fourteen consecutive years of dividend increases since the Company
first paid a dividend in 2001, with a compound annual growth rate of 34% from
2009 when Horizon first commenced production.  
OUTLOOK  
The Company forecasts 2014 production levels before royalties to average
between 537,000 and 574,000 bbl/d of crude oil and NGLs and between 1,530 and
1,570 MMcf/d of natural gas. The 2014 production guidance has been revised to
reflect certain crude oil and natural gas property acquisitions which have
closed to date. Q2/14 production guidance before royalties is forecast to
average between 519,000 and 546,000 bbl/d of crude oil and NGLs and between
1,620 and 1,660 MMcf/d of natural gas. Detailed guidance on production levels,
capital allocation and operating costs can be found on the Company's
website at www.cnrl.com 
MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS  
Forward-Looking Statements  
Certain statements relating to Canadian Natural Resources Limited (the
"Company") in this document or documents incorporated herein by
reference constitute forward-looking statements or information (collectively
referred to herein as "forward-looking statements") within the
meaning of applicable securities legislation. Forward-looking statements can be
identified by the words "believe", "anticipate",
"expect", "plan", "estimate", "target",
"continue", "could", "intend", "may",
"potential", "predict", "should",
"will", "objective", "project",
"forecast", "goal", "guidance",
"outlook", "effort", "seeks",
"schedule", "proposed" or expressions of a similar nature
suggesting future outcome or statements regarding an outlook. Disclosure
related to expected future commodity pricing, forecast or anticipated
production volumes, royalties, operating costs, capital expenditures, income
tax expenses and other guidance provided throughout this Management's
Discussion and Analysis ("MD&A"), constitute forward-looking
statements. Disclosure of plans relating to and expected results of existing
and future developments, including but not limited to the Horizon Oil Sands
operations and future expansions, Primrose thermal projects, Pelican Lake water
and polymer flood project, the Kirby Thermal Oil Sands Project, the
construction and future operations of the North West Redwater bitumen upgrader
and refinery, construction by third parties of new or expansion of existing
pipeline capacity or other means of transportation of bitumen, crude oil,
natural gas or synthetic crude oil ("SCO") that the Company may be
reliant upon to transport its products to market also constitute
forward-looking statements. This forward-looking information is based on annual
budgets and multi-year forecasts, and is reviewed and revised throughout the
year as necessary in the context of targeted financial ratios, project returns,
product pricing expectations and balance in project risk and time horizons.
These statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to
certain risks. The reader should not place undue reliance on these
forward-looking statements as there can be no assurances that the plans,
initiatives or expectations upon which they are based will occur.  
In addition, statements relating to "reserves" are deemed to be
forward-looking statements as they involve the implied assessment based on
certain estimates and assumptions that the reserves described can be profitably
produced in the future. There are numerous uncertainties inherent in estimating
quantities of proved and proved plus probable crude oil, natural gas and
natural gas liquids ("NGLs") reserves and in projecting future rates
of production and the timing of development expenditures. The total amount or
timing of actual future production may vary significantly from reserve and
production estimates.  
The forward-looking statements are based on current expectations, estimates and
projections about the Company and the industry in which the Company operates,
which speak only as of the date such statements were made or as of the date of
the report or document in which they are contained, and are subject to known
and unknown risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual results,
performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any
future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such
forward-looking statements. Such risks and uncertainties include, among others:
general economic and business conditions which will, among other things, impact
demand for and market prices of the Company's products; volatility of and
assumptions regarding crude oil and natural gas prices; fluctuations in
currency and interest rates; assumptions on which the Company's current
guidance is based; economic conditions in the countries and regions in which
the Company conducts business; political uncertainty, including actions of or
against terrorists, insurgent groups or other conflict including conflict
between states; industry capacity; ability of the Company to implement its
business strategy, including exploration and development activities; impact of
competition; the Company's defense of lawsuits; availability and cost of
seismic, drilling and other equipment; ability of the Company and its
subsidiaries to complete capital programs; the Company's and its
subsidiaries' ability to secure adequate transportation for its products;
unexpected disruptions or delays in the resumption of the mining, extracting or
upgrading of the Company's bitumen products; potential delays or changes
in plans with respect to exploration or development projects or capital
expenditures; ability of the Company to attract the necessary labour required
to build its thermal and oil sands mining projects; operating hazards and other
difficulties inherent in the exploration for and production and sale of crude
oil and natural gas and in mining, extracting or upgrading the Company's
bitumen products; availability and cost of financing; the Company's and
its subsidiaries' success of exploration and development activities and
their ability to replace and expand crude oil and natural gas reserves; timing
and success of integrating the business and operations of acquired companies;
production levels; imprecision of reserve estimates and estimates of
recoverable quantities of crude oil, natural gas and NGLs not currently
classified as proved; actions by governmental authorities; government
regulations and the expenditures required to comply with them (especially
safety and environmental laws and regulations and the impact of climate change
initiatives on capital and operating costs); asset retirement obligations; the
adequacy of the Company's provision for taxes; and other circumstances
affecting revenues and expenses.  
The Company's operations have been, and in the future may be, affected by
political developments and by federal, provincial and local laws and
regulations such as restrictions on production, changes in taxes, royalties and
other amounts payable to governments or governmental agencies, price or
gathering rate controls and environmental protection regulations. Should one or
more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should any of the
Company's assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary in material
respects from those projected in the forward-looking statements. The impact of
any one factor on a particular forward-looking statement is not determinable
with certainty as such factors are dependent upon other factors, and the
Company's course of action would depend upon its assessment of the future
considering all information then available.  
Readers are cautioned that the foregoing list of factors is not exhaustive.
Unpredictable or unknown factors not discussed in this report could also have
material adverse effects on forward-looking statements. Although the Company
believes that the expectations conveyed by the forward-looking statements are
reasonable based on information available to it on the date such
forward-looking statements are made, no assurances can be given as to future
results, levels of activity and achievements. All subsequent forward-looking
statements, whether written or oral, attributable to the Company or persons
acting on its behalf are expressly qualified in their entirety by these
cautionary statements. Except as required by law, the Company assumes no
obligation to update forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new
information, future events or other factors, or the foregoing factors affecting
this information, should circumstances or Management's estimates or
opinions change. 
Management's Discussion and Analysis  
This MD&A of the financial condition and results of operations of the
Company should be read in conjunction with the unaudited interim consolidated
financial statements for the three months ended March 31, 2014 and the MD&A
and the audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended December
31, 2013.  
All dollar amounts are referenced in millions of Canadian dollars, except where
noted otherwise. The Company's unaudited interim consolidated financial
statements for the period ended March 31, 2014 and this MD&A have been
prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards
("IFRS") as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board.
This MD&A includes references to financial measures commonly used in the
crude oil and natural gas industry, such as adjusted net earnings from
operations, cash flow from operations, and cash production costs. These
financial measures are not defined by IFRS and therefore are referred to as
non-GAAP measures. The non-GAAP measures used by the Company may not be
comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The Company uses
these non-GAAP measures to evaluate its performance. The non-GAAP measures
should not be considered an alternative to or more meaningful than net
earnings, as determined in accordance with IFRS, as an indication of the
Company's performance. The non-GAAP measures adjusted net earnings from
operations and cash flow from operations are reconciled to net earnings, as
determined in accordance with IFRS, in the "Financial Highlights"
section of this MD&A. The derivation of cash production costs and
depreciation, depletion and amortization are included in the "Operating
Highlights - Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading" section of this MD&A. The
Company also presents certain non-GAAP financial ratios and their derivation in
the "Liquidity and Capital Resources" section of this MD&A.  
A Barrel of Oil Equivalent ("BOE") is derived by converting six
thousand cubic feet ("Mcf") of natural gas to one barrel
("bbl") of crude oil (6 Mcf:1 bbl). This conversion may be
misleading, particularly if used in isolation, since the 6 Mcf:1 bbl ratio is
based on an energy equivalency conversion method primarily applicable at the
burner tip and does not represent a value equivalency at the wellhead. In
comparing the value ratio using current crude oil prices relative to natural
gas prices, the 6 Mcf:1 bbl conversion ratio may be misleading as an indication
of value. In addition, for the purposes of this MD&A, crude oil is defined
to include the following commodities: light and medium crude oil, primary heavy
crude oil, Pelican Lake heavy crude oil, bitumen (thermal oil), and SCO.  
Production volumes and per unit statistics are presented throughout this
MD&A on a "before royalty" or "gross" basis, and
realized prices are net of blending costs and exclude the effect of risk
management activities. Production on an "after royalty" or
"net" basis is also presented for information purposes only.  
The following discussion refers primarily to the Company's financial
results for the three months ended March 31, 2014 in relation to the first
quarter of 2013 and the fourth quarter of 2013. The accompanying tables form an
integral part of this MD&A. Additional information relating to the Company,
including its Annual Information Form for the year ended December 31, 2013, is
available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com, and on EDGAR at www.sec.gov. This MD&A
is dated May 8, 2014. 
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS  
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Three Months Ended       
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
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Product sales                               $    4,968 $    4,330 $    4,101
Net earnings                                $      622 $      413 $      213
  Per common share - basic                  $     0.57 $     0.38 $     0.19 
- diluted                               $     0.57 $     0.38 $     0.19
Adjusted net earnings from operations (1)   $      921 $      563 $      401
  Per common share - basic                  $     0.85 $     0.52 $     0.37 
- diluted                               $     0.85 $     0.52 $     0.37
Cash flow from operations (2)               $    2,146 $    1,782 $    1,571
  Per common share - basic                  $     1.97 $     1.64 $     1.44 
- diluted                               $     1.97 $     1.64 $     1.44
Capital expenditures, net of dispositions   $    1,893 $    2,091 $    1,736
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(1) Adjusted net earnings from operations is a non-GAAP measure that represents
net earnings adjusted for certain items of a non-operational nature. The
Company evaluates its performance based on adjusted net earnings from
operations. The reconciliation "Adjusted Net Earnings from
Operations" presents the after-tax effects of certain items of a
non-operational nature that are included in the Company's financial
results. Adjusted net earnings from operations may not be comparable to similar
measures presented by other companies.  
(2) Cash flow from operations is a non-GAAP measure that represents net
earnings adjusted for non-cash items before working capital adjustments. The
Company evaluates its performance based on cash flow from operations. The
Company considers cash flow from operations a key measure as it demonstrates
the Company's ability to generate the cash flow necessary to fund future
growth through capital investment and to repay debt. The reconciliation
"Cash Flow from Operations" presents certain non-cash items that are
included in the Company's financial results. Cash flow from operations may
not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies.  
Adjusted Net Earnings from Operations 
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Net earnings as reported                    $      622 $     413  $     213 
Share-based compensation, net of tax (1)           143        65         71 
Unrealized risk management loss (gain), net                                 
 of tax (2)                                         38       (26)        51 
Unrealized foreign exchange loss, net of                                    
 tax (3)                                           118       111         78 
Realized foreign exchange gain on repayment                                 
 of US dollar debt securities, net of tax                                   
 (4)                                                 -         -        (12)
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Adjusted net earnings from operations       $      921 $     563  $     401 
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(1) The Company's employee stock option plan provides for a cash payment
option. Accordingly, the fair value of the outstanding vested options is
recorded as a liability on the Company's balance sheets and periodic
changes in the fair value are recognized in net earnings or are capitalized to
Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading construction costs.  
(2) Derivative financial instruments are recorded at fair value on the
Company's balance sheets, with changes in the fair value of non-designated
hedges recognized in net earnings. The amounts ultimately realized may be
materially different than reflected in the financial statements due to changes
in prices of the underlying items hedged, primarily crude oil and natural gas.  
(3) Unrealized foreign exchange gains and losses result primarily from the
translation of US dollar denominated long-term debt to period-end exchange
rates, partially offset by the impact of cross currency swaps, and are
recognized in net earnings.  
(4) During the first quarter of 2013, the Company repaid US$400 million of
5.15% notes.  
Cash Flow from Operations 
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Mar 31    Dec 31     Mar 31 
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Net earnings                                $      622 $     413  $     213 
Non-cash items:                                                             
  Depletion, depreciation and amortization       1,011     1,272      1,142 
  Share-based compensation                         143        65         71 
  Asset retirement obligation accretion             45        46         42 
  Unrealized risk management loss (gain)            49       (30)        62 
  Unrealized foreign exchange loss                 118       111         78 
  Realized foreign exchange gain on                                          
repayment of US dollar debt securities            -         -        (12)
  Equity loss from joint venture                     1         1          2 
  Deferred income tax expense (recovery)           157       (96)       (27)
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Cash flow from operations                   $    2,146 $   1,782  $   1,571 
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SUMMARY OF CONSOLIDATED NET EARNINGS AND CASH FLOW FROM OPERATIONS  
Net earnings for the first quarter of 2014 were $622 million compared with $213
million for the first quarter of 2013 and $413 million for the fourth quarter
of 2013. Net earnings for the first quarter of 2014 included net after-tax
expenses of $299 million compared with $188 million for the first quarter of
2013 and $150 million for the fourth quarter of 2013 related to the effects of
share-based compensation, risk management activities, and fluctuations in
foreign exchange rates including the impact of a realized foreign exchange gain
on repayment of long-term debt. Excluding these items, adjusted net earnings
from operations for the first quarter of 2014 were $921 million compared with
$401 million for the first quarter of 2013 and $563 million for the fourth
quarter of 2013.  
The increase in adjusted net earnings for the first quarter of 2014 from the
first quarter of 2013 was primarily due to: 
- higher crude oil and NGLs and natural gas netbacks in the North America
segment;  
- higher SCO sales volumes and realized SCO prices in the Oil Sands Mining and
Upgrading segment;  
- lower depletion, depreciation and amortization expense; and  
- the impact of a weaker Canadian dollar relative to the US dollar;  
partially offset by: 
- lower crude oil sales volumes in the Offshore Africa segment.  
The increase in adjusted net earnings for the first quarter of 2014 from the
fourth quarter of 2013 was primarily due to: 
- higher crude oil and NGLs and natural gas netbacks in the North America
segment;  
- higher realized SCO prices;  
- lower depletion, depreciation and amortization expense; and  
- the impact of a weaker Canadian dollar relative to the US dollar;  
partially offset by: 
- lower crude oil sales volumes in the Offshore Africa segment.  
The impacts of share-based compensation, risk management activities and
fluctuations in foreign exchange rates are expected to continue to contribute
to quarterly volatility in consolidated net earnings and are discussed in
detail in the relevant sections of this MD&A.  
Cash flow from operations for the first quarter of 2014 was $2,146 million
compared with $1,571 million for the first quarter of 2013 and $1,782 million
for the fourth quarter of 2013. The fluctuations in cash flow from operations
from the comparable periods were primarily due to the factors noted above
relating to the fluctuations in adjusted net earnings, excluding depletion,
depreciation and amortization expense, as well as due to the impact of cash
taxes.  
Total production before royalties for the first quarter of 2014 averaged
684,647 BOE/d and was comparable with the first quarter of 2013 and increased
1% from 677,242 BOE/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. 
SUMMARY OF QUARTERLY RESULTS  
The following is a summary of the Company's quarterly results for the
eight most recently completed quarters: 
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($ millions, except per common       Mar 31     Dec 31     Sep 30     Jun 30
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Product sales                    $    4,968 $    4,330 $    5,284 $    4,230
Net earnings                     $      622 $      413 $    1,168 $      476
Net earnings per common share                                               
  - basic                        $     0.57 $     0.38 $     1.07 $     0.44
  - diluted                      $     0.57 $     0.38 $     1.07 $     0.44
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($ millions, except per common       Mar 31     Dec 31     Sep 30     Jun 30
 share amounts)                        2013       2012       2012       2012
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Product sales                    $    4,101 $    4,059 $    3,978 $    4,187
Net earnings                     $      213 $      352 $      360 $      753
Net earnings per common share                                               
  - basic                        $     0.19 $     0.32 $     0.33 $     0.68
  - diluted                      $     0.19 $     0.32 $     0.33 $     0.68
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Volatility in the quarterly net earnings over the eight most recently completed
quarters was primarily due to: 
- Crude oil pricing - The impact of fluctuating demand, inventory storage
levels and geopolitical uncertainties on worldwide benchmark pricing, the
impact of the WCS Heavy Differential from the West Texas Intermediate reference
location at Cushing, Oklahoma ("WTI") in North America and the impact
of the differential between WTI and Dated Brent benchmark pricing in the North
Sea and Offshore Africa.  
- Natural gas pricing - The impact of fluctuations in both the demand for
natural gas and inventory storage levels, and the impact of increased shale gas
production in the US.  
- Crude oil and NGLs sales volumes - Fluctuations in production due to the
cyclic nature of the Company's Primrose thermal projects, the results from
the Pelican Lake water and polymer flood projects, the strong heavy crude oil
drilling program, and the impact of the turnaround/suspension and subsequent
recommencement of production at Horizon. Sales volumes also reflected
fluctuations due to timing of liftings and maintenance activities in the North
Sea and Offshore Africa.  
- Natural gas sales volumes - Fluctuations in production due to the
Company's allocation of capital to higher return crude oil projects, as
well as natural decline rates, shut-in natural gas production due to pricing
and the impact and timing of acquisitions.  
- Production expense - Fluctuations primarily due to the impact of the demand
for services, fluctuations in product mix, the impact of seasonal costs that
are dependent on weather, production and cost optimizations in North America,
and the turnaround/suspension and subsequent recommencement of production at
Horizon.  
- Depletion, depreciation and amortization - Fluctuations due to changes in
sales volumes, proved reserves, asset retirement obligations, finding and
development costs associated with crude oil and natural gas exploration,
estimated future costs to develop the Company's proved undeveloped
reserves, fluctuations in depletion, depreciation and amortization expense in
the North Sea due to the planned decommissioning of the Murchison platform, and
the impact of the turnaround/suspension and subsequent recommencement of
production at Horizon.  
- Share-based compensation - Fluctuations due to the determination of fair
market value based on the Black-Scholes valuation model of the Company's
share-based compensation liability.  
- Risk management - Fluctuations due to the recognition of gains and losses
from the mark-to-market and subsequent settlement of the Company's risk
management activities.  
- Foreign exchange rates - Changes in the Canadian dollar relative to the US
dollar that impacted the realized price the Company received for its crude oil
and natural gas sales, as sales prices are based predominately on US dollar
denominated benchmarks. Fluctuations in realized and unrealized foreign
exchange gains and losses are also recorded with respect to US dollar
denominated debt, partially offset by the impact of cross currency swap hedges. 
- Income tax expense - Fluctuations in income tax expense include statutory tax
rate and other legislative changes substantively enacted in the various
periods.  
- Gains on corporate acquisition/disposition of properties - Fluctuations due
to the recognition of gains on corporate acquisitions/dispositions in the third
quarter of 2013.  
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 
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2014       2013       2013 
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WTI benchmark price (US$/bbl)               $   98.61  $   97.50  $   94.34 
Dated Brent benchmark price (US$/bbl)       $  108.20  $  109.29  $  112.43 
WCS blend differential from WTI (US$/bbl)   $   23.27  $   32.21  $   31.79 
WCS blend differential from WTI (%)                24%        33%        34%
SCO price (US$/bbl)                         $   96.45  $   88.37  $   95.24 
Condensate benchmark price (US$/bbl)        $  102.53  $   94.30  $  107.18 
NYMEX benchmark price (US$/MMBtu)           $    4.89  $    3.63  $    3.35 
AECO benchmark price (C$/GJ)                $    4.52  $    2.99  $    2.92 
US/Canadian dollar average exchange rate                                    
 (US$)                                      $  0.9064  $  0.9529  $  0.9917 
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Commodity Prices  
Crude oil sales contracts in the North America segment are typically based on
WTI benchmark pricing. WTI averaged US$98.61 per bbl for the first quarter of
2014, an increase of 5% from US$94.34 per bbl for the first quarter of 2013,
and was comparable with the fourth quarter of 2013.  
Crude oil sales contracts for the Company's North Sea and Offshore Africa
segments are typically based on Dated Brent ("Brent") pricing, which
is representative of international markets and overall world supply and demand.
Brent averaged US$108.20 per bbl for the first quarter of 2014, a decrease of
4% from US$112.43 per bbl for the first quarter of 2013, and was comparable
with the fourth quarter of 2013.  
WTI and Brent pricing continued to reflect volatility in supply and demand
factors and geopolitical events. The Brent differential from WTI tightened for
the first quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods in 2013 due to a
continued debottlenecking of logistical constraints from Cushing to the US Gulf
Coast.  
The WCS Heavy Differential averaged 24% for the first quarter of 2014, compared
with 34% for the first quarter of 2013, and 33% for the fourth quarter of 2013.
The WCS Heavy Differential tightened in the first quarter of 2014 from the
comparable periods due to the reinstatement of third party refinery operations,
increased demand as a result of third party refinery expansion and higher
refinery utilization in the first quarter of 2014. To partially mitigate its
exposure to fluctuating heavy crude oil differentials, as at March 31, 2014,
the Company entered into physical crude oil sales contracts with weighted
average fixed WCS differentials as follows: 10,000 bbl/d in the second quarter
of 2014 at US$21.69 per bbl; and 10,000 bbl/d in the third and fourth quarters
of 2014 at US$20.81 per bbl. Subsequent to March 31, 2014, the WCS Heavy
Differential narrowed in April 2014 to average US$22.47 per bbl and in May 2014
to average US$19.07 per bbl.  
The SCO price averaged US$96.45 per bbl for the first quarter of 2014,
comparable with the first quarter of 2013, and increased 9% from US$88.37 per
bbl for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase in SCO pricing for the first
quarter of 2014 from the fourth quarter of 2013 was primarily due to an
increase in demand as well as tightening differentials from WTI benchmark
pricing as a result of pipeline constraints being alleviated from Cushing to
the US Gulf Coast.  
The WCS Heavy Differential is expected to continue to reflect seasonal demand
fluctuations, changes in transportation logistics, and refinery utilization and
shutdowns.  
NYMEX natural gas prices averaged US$4.89 per MMBtu for the first quarter of
2014, an increase of 46% from US$3.35 per MMBtu for the first quarter of 2013,
and an increase of 35% from US$3.63 per MMBtu for the fourth quarter of 2013.  
AECO natural gas prices for the first quarter of 2014 averaged $4.52 per GJ, an
increase of 55% from $2.92 per GJ for the first quarter of 2013, and an
increase of 51% from $2.99 per GJ for the fourth quarter of 2013.  
Natural gas prices increased for the first quarter of 2014 from the comparable
periods due to increased winter weather related natural gas demand. The colder
than normal winter resulted in natural gas storage inventories falling to below
five-year lows in the US and Canada as at March 31, 2014.  
DAILY PRODUCTION, before royalties 
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Crude oil and NGLs (bbl/d)                                                  
North America - Exploration and Production    348,187    332,231    345,489 
North America - Oil Sands Mining and                                        
 Upgrading                                    113,095    112,273    108,782 
North Sea                                      16,715     20,155     18,774 
Offshore Africa                                10,791     13,379     16,112 
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Natural gas (MMcf/d)                                                        
North America                                   1,147      1,165      1,125 
North Sea                                           7          7          1 
Offshore Africa                                    21         23         24 
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Total barrels of oil equivalent (BOE/d)       684,647    677,242    680,844 
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Product mix                                                                 
Light and medium crude oil and NGLs                15%        16%        15%
Pelican Lake heavy crude oil                        7%         7%         5%
Primary heavy crude oil                            20%        20%        20%
Bitumen (thermal oil)                              12%        11%        16%
Synthetic crude oil                                17%        17%        16%
Natural gas                                        29%        29%        28%
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Percentage of product sales (1)                                             
(excluding Midstream revenue)                                               
Crude oil and NGLs                                 86%        89%        89%
Natural gas                                        14%        11%        11%
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(1) Net of blending costs and excluding risk management activities.  
DAILY PRODUCTION, net of royalties 
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Crude oil and NGLs (bbl/d)                                                  
North America - Exploration and Production     280,826    285,594    289,992
North America - Oil Sands Mining and                                        
 Upgrading                                     106,891    106,358    104,203
North Sea                                       16,662     20,106     18,706
Offshore Africa                                  9,762     11,351     13,603
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414,141    423,409    426,504
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Natural gas (MMcf/d)                                                        
North America                                    1,017      1,101      1,092
North Sea                                            7          7          1
Offshore Africa                                     18         19         20
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1,042      1,127      1,113
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Total barrels of oil equivalent (BOE/d)        587,737    611,245    612,062
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The Company's business approach is to maintain large project inventories
and production diversification among each of the commodities it produces;
namely light and medium crude oil and NGLs, primary heavy crude oil, Pelican
Lake heavy crude oil, bitumen (thermal oil), SCO and natural gas.  
Crude oil and NGLs production for the first quarter of 2014 averaged 488,788
bbl/d, comparable with the first quarter of 2013 and increased 2% from 478,038
bbl/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase in production for the first
quarter of 2014 from the fourth quarter of 2013 was due to increased production
in the North America segment, primarily related to the impact of a strong heavy
crude oil drilling program, as well as the impact of strong and reliable
production in Horizon, partially offset by lower production in North Sea and
Offshore Africa. Crude oil and NGLs production in the first quarter of 2014 was
within the Company's previously issued guidance of 469,000 to 495,000
bbl/d.  
Natural gas production for the first quarter of 2014 increased 2% to 1,175
MMcf/d from 1,150 MMcf/d for the first quarter of 2013 and decreased 2% from
1,195 MMcf/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase in natural gas
production from the first quarter of 2013 was primarily a result of the
completion of the Septimus drilling program and plant facility expansion in the
third quarter of 2013, as well as the completion of minor acquisitions during
2013. The decrease in natural gas production from the fourth quarter of 2013
was primarily a result of normal production declines as the Company allocated
capital to higher return crude oil projects. Natural gas production in the
first quarter of 2014 was within the Company's previously issued guidance
of 1,166 to 1,186 MMcf/d.  
For 2014, annual production guidance is targeted to average between 537,000 and
574,000 bbl/d of crude oil and NGLs and between 1,530 and 1,570 MMcf/d of
natural gas. Second quarter 2014 production guidance is targeted to average
between 519,000 and 546,000 bbl/d of crude oil and NGLs and between 1,620 and
1,660 MMcf/d of natural gas.  
North America - Exploration and Production  
For the first quarter of 2014, crude oil and NGLs production averaged 348,187
bbl/d, comparable with the first quarter of 2013 and increased 5% from 332,231
bbl/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase for the first quarter of
2014 from the fourth quarter of 2013 reflected strong production growth across
the asset base, including heavy crude oil. First quarter 2014 production of
crude oil and NGLs was within the Company's previously issued guidance of
335,000 to 351,000 bbl/d. Second quarter 2014 production guidance is targeted
to average between 378,000 and 396,000 bbl/d for crude oil and NGLs.  
Natural gas production increased 2% to 1,147 MMcf/d for the first quarter of
2014 compared with 1,125 MMcf/d in the first quarter of 2013 and decreased 2%
from 1,165 MMcf/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase in natural gas
production for the first quarter of 2014 from the first quarter of 2013 was
primarily a result of the completion of the Septimus drilling program and plant
facility expansion in the third quarter of 2013, as well as the completion of
minor acquisitions during 2013. The decrease in natural gas production from the
fourth quarter of 2013 was primarily a result of normal production declines as
the Company allocated capital to higher return crude oil projects.  
North America - Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading  
For the first quarter of 2014, SCO production increased 4% to 113,095 bbl/d
from 108,782 bbl/d for the first quarter of 2013 and increased 1% from 112,273
bbl/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. Production increased for the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods, reflecting a continued focus on
reliable and efficient operations. First quarter 2014 production of SCO was
within the Company's previously issued guidance of 108,000 to 115,000
bbl/d. Second quarter 2014 production guidance is targeted to average between
114,000 and 119,000 bbl/d.  
North Sea  
First quarter 2014 crude oil production decreased 11% to 16,715 bbl/d from
18,774 bbl/d for the first quarter of 2013, and decreased 17% from 20,155 bbl/d
for the fourth quarter of 2013. The decrease in production for the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods was primarily due to the cessation
of production of approximately 1,300 bbl/d related to the planned
decommissioning of the Murchison platform, unplanned downtime on the Tiffany
platform, and natural field declines in other North Sea fields. The Company
commenced drilling in the Ninian field late in the fourth quarter of 2013 with
expected production in the second quarter of 2014.  
In December 2011, the Banff Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Vessel
("FPSO") and subsea infrastructure suffered storm damage. Operations
at Banff/Kyle, with combined net production of approximately 3,500 bbl/d, were
suspended. The FPSO has been repaired, is back in the field and is currently
being tied in to the subsea system, with production targeted early in the third
quarter of 2014.  
Offshore Africa  
First quarter 2014 crude oil production averaged 10,791 bbl/d, decreasing 33%
from 16,112 bbl/d for the first quarter of 2013 and decreasing 19% from 13,379
bbl/d for the fourth quarter of 2013. The decrease in production volumes for
the first quarter of 2014 was due to a temporary shut in of the Baobab field in
December 2013 due to a FPSO mooring line failure and natural field declines.
Turnaround activities were advanced into this timeframe and production in the
Baobab field was reinstated in late January 2014. The Company successfully
completed the permanent repairs on the mooring lines in March 2014.  
International Guidance  
The Company's North Sea and Offshore Africa first quarter 2014 crude oil
production was 27,506 bbl/d and was within the Company's previously issued
guidance of 26,000 to 29,000 bbl/d. Second quarter 2014 production guidance is
targeted to average between 27,000 and 31,000 bbl/d of crude oil. 
Crude Oil Inventory Volumes  
The Company recognizes revenue on its crude oil production when title transfers
to the customer and delivery has taken place. Revenue has not been recognized
on crude oil volumes that were stored in various tanks, pipelines, or FPSOs, as
follows: 
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North America - Exploration and Production   1,069,537    830,673    811,181
North America - Oil Sands Mining and                                        
 Upgrading (SCO)                             1,693,887  1,550,857  1,334,054
North Sea                                      311,457    385,073    409,333
Offshore Africa                              1,156,700    185,476    829,793
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4,231,581  2,952,079  3,384,361
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Crude oil and NGLs ($/bbl) (1)                                              
Sales price (2)                             $    79.68 $    69.38 $    60.87
Transportation                                    2.49       1.84       2.37
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Realized sales price, net of transportation      77.19      67.54      58.50
Royalties                                        14.05       8.82       8.76
Production expense                               19.18      18.59      17.56
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Netback                                     $    43.96 $    40.13 $    32.18
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Natural gas ($/Mcf) (1)                                                     
Sales price (2)                             $     5.69 $     3.62 $     3.51
Transportation                                    0.30       0.28       0.29
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Realized sales price, net of transportation       5.39       3.34       3.22
Royalties                                         0.62       0.21       0.12
Production expense                                1.61       1.37       1.53
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Netback                                     $     3.16 $     1.76 $     1.57
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Barrels of oil equivalent ($/BOE) (1)                                       
Sales price (2)                             $    63.14 $    53.30 $    47.90
Transportation                                    2.29       1.83       2.21
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Realized sales price, net of transportation      60.85      51.47      45.69
Royalties                                        10.42       6.23       6.05
Production expense                               15.82      15.04      14.74
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Netback                                     $    34.61 $    30.20 $    24.90
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
(2) Net of blending costs and excluding risk management activities.  
PRODUCT PRICES - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION 
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Crude oil and NGLs ($/bbl) (1)(2)                                           
North America                               $    77.54 $    62.70 $    55.68
North Sea                                   $   121.38 $   113.84 $   114.28
Offshore Africa                             $        - $   108.25 $   113.70
Company average                             $    79.68 $    69.38 $    60.87 
Natural gas ($/Mcf) (1)(2)                                                  
North America                               $     5.56 $     3.46 $     3.37
North Sea                                   $     6.05 $     5.05 $     3.65
Offshore Africa                             $    12.18 $    11.13 $    10.24
Company average                             $     5.69 $     3.62 $     3.51 
Company average ($/BOE) (1)(2)              $    63.14 $    53.30 $    47.90
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
(2) Net of blending costs and excluding risk management activities.  
North America  
North America realized crude oil prices averaged $77.54 per bbl for the first
quarter of 2014 and increased 39% compared with $55.68 per bbl for the first
quarter of 2013 and increased 24% compared with $62.70 per bbl for the fourth
quarter of 2013. The increase in realized crude oil prices for the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods was due to higher WTI benchmark
pricing, tightening WCS Heavy Differentials and the impact of a weaker Canadian
dollar relative to the US dollar. The Company continues to focus on its crude
oil blending marketing strategy and in the first quarter of 2014 contributed
approximately 172,000 bbl/d of heavy crude oil blends to the WCS stream.  
North America realized natural gas prices increased 65% to average $5.56 per
Mcf for the first quarter of 2014 compared with $3.37 per Mcf in the first
quarter of 2013, and increased 61% compared with $3.46 per Mcf for the fourth
quarter of 2013. The increase in realized natural gas prices for the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods was primarily due to increased
winter weather related natural gas demand resulting in natural gas storage
inventories falling to below five-year lows in the US and Canada as at March
31, 2014. 
Comparisons of the prices received in North America Exploration and Production
by product type were as follows: 
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Wellhead Price(1) (2)                                                       
Light and medium crude oil and NGLs ($/bbl) $    83.57 $    70.91 $    73.77
Pelican Lake heavy crude oil ($/bbl)        $    79.94 $    60.19 $    54.41
Primary heavy crude oil ($/bbl)             $    77.78 $    61.75 $    51.45
Bitumen (thermal oil) ($/bbl)               $    69.73 $    57.97 $    50.42
Natural gas ($/Mcf)                         $     5.56 $     3.46 $     3.37
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
(2) Net of blending costs and excluding risk management activities.  
North Sea  
Realized crude oil prices increased 6% to average $121.38 per bbl for the first
quarter of 2014 from $114.28 per bbl for the first quarter of 2013, and
increased 7% from $113.84 per bbl for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase
in realized crude oil prices for the first quarter of 2014 from the comparable
periods was primarily the result of the timing of liftings and the impact of a
weaker Canadian dollar relative to the US dollar. 
Offshore Africa  
Due to the timing of scheduled liftings from the various fields, the Company
had no crude oil liftings during the first quarter of 2014. Accordingly, no
crude oil revenue was recognized. Realized crude oil prices averaged $113.70
per bbl for the first quarter of 2013 and $108.25 per bbl for the fourth
quarter of 2013. 
ROYALTIES - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION 
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Crude oil and NGLs ($/bbl) (1)                                              
North America                               $    14.75 $     8.66 $     8.65
North Sea                                   $     0.38 $     0.28 $     0.41
Offshore Africa                             $        - $    16.41 $    17.71
Company average                             $    14.05 $     8.82 $     8.76 
Natural gas ($/Mcf) (1)                                                     
North America                               $     0.60 $     0.17 $     0.09
Offshore Africa                             $     2.06 $     2.04 $     1.57
Company average                             $     0.62 $     0.21 $     0.12 
Company average ($/BOE) (1)                 $    10.42 $     6.23 $     6.05
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
North America  
North America crude oil and natural gas royalties for the first quarter of 2014
reflected movements in benchmark commodity prices and the fluctuations of the
WCS Heavy Differential.  
Crude oil and NGLs royalties averaged approximately 20% of product sales for
the first quarter of 2014 compared with 16% for the first quarter of 2013 and
14% for the fourth quarter of 2013. The increase in royalties in the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods was primarily due to the increase
in realized crude oil prices. Crude oil and NGLs royalties per bbl are
anticipated to average 19% to 21% of product sales for 2014.  
Natural gas royalties averaged approximately 11% of product sales for the first
quarter of 2014 compared with 3% for the first quarter of 2013 and 5% for the
fourth quarter of 2013. The increase in natural gas royalty rates in the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods was primarily due to the increase
in realized natural gas prices. Natural gas royalties are anticipated to
average 10% to 11% of product sales for 2014.  
Offshore Africa  
Under the terms of the various Production Sharing Contracts, royalty rates
fluctuate based on realized commodity pricing, capital and operating costs, the
status of payouts, and the timing of liftings from each field.  
Royalty rates as a percentage of product sales averaged approximately 17% for
the first quarter of 2014 and related to natural gas sales only. Royalty rates
as a percentage of product sales averaged approximately 16% for the first
quarter of 2013 and 15% for the fourth quarter of 2013.  
Offshore Africa royalty rates are anticipated to average 4.5% to 6.5% of
product sales for 2014. 
PRODUCTION EXPENSE - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION 
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Crude oil and NGLs ($/bbl) (1)                                              
North America                               $    16.31 $    14.46 $    14.61
North Sea                                   $    75.51 $    65.41 $    74.65
Offshore Africa                             $        - $    29.31 $    25.72
Company average                             $    19.18 $    18.59 $    17.56 
Natural gas ($/Mcf) (1)                                                     
North America                               $     1.54 $     1.32 $     1.52
North Sea                                   $     5.83 $     4.81 $     3.77
Offshore Africa                             $     3.64 $     2.73 $     2.24
Company average                             $     1.61 $     1.37 $     1.53 
Company average ($/BOE) (1)                 $    15.82 $    15.04 $    14.74
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
North America  
North America crude oil and NGLs production expense for the first quarter of
2014 increased 12% to $16.31 per bbl from $14.61 per bbl for the first quarter
of 2013 and increased 13% from $14.46 per bbl for the fourth quarter of 2013.
The increase in production expense for the first quarter of 2014 from the
comparable periods was primarily the result of higher energy costs, as well as
higher servicing costs related to heavy oil activities, and cyclic timing of
thermal oil production. North America crude oil and NGLs production expense is
anticipated to average $13.00 to $15.00 per bbl for 2014.  
North America natural gas production expense for the first quarter of 2014
averaged $1.54 per Mcf, comparable with the first quarter of 2013 and increased
17% from $1.32 per Mcf for the fourth quarter of 2013. Natural gas production
expense increased for the first quarter of 2014 from the fourth quarter of 2013
due to lower production volumes along with the impact of seasonal conditions.
North America natural gas production expense is anticipated to average $1.35 to
$1.45 per Mcf for 2014. 
North Sea  
North Sea crude oil production expense for the first quarter of 2014 averaged
$75.51 per bbl, comparable with the first quarter of 2013 and increased 15%
from $65.41 per bbl for the fourth quarter of 2013. Production expense
increased on a per barrel basis from the fourth quarter of 2013 due to the
impact of the cessation of production from the Murchison platform in the first
quarter of 2014, production declines on relatively fixed costs in other North
Sea fields and the impact of a weaker Canadian dollar. North Sea crude oil
production expense is anticipated to average $60.00 to $64.00 per bbl for 2014
as new drilling activities are expected to result in additional production from
the Ninian fields, and as the Banff FPSO is targeted to return to service early
in the third quarter of 2014.  
Offshore Africa  
As there were no crude oil liftings during the first quarter of 2014, no crude
oil production expense was recognized during the first quarter of 2014.
Offshore Africa crude oil production expense averaged $25.72 per bbl for the
first quarter of 2013 and $29.31 per bbl for the fourth quarter of 2013.
Offshore Africa crude oil production expense is anticipated to average $38.50
to $42.50 per bbl for 2014 due to timing of liftings from various fields, which
have different cost structures.  
DEPLETION, DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION 
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Expense ($ millions)                        $      879 $    1,133 $    1,023
  $/BOE (1)                                 $    17.55 $    21.20 $    19.99
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Depletion, depreciation and amortization expense decreased for the first
quarter of 2014 from the comparable periods due to the increase in the North
America proved reserves, lower sales volumes in Offshore Africa and lower
depletion, depreciation and amortization expense from the Murchison field in
the North Sea due to the cessation of production.  
ASSET RETIREMENT OBLIGATION ACCRETION - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION 
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Expense ($ millions)                        $       33 $       38 $       34
  $/BOE (1)                                 $     0.67 $     0.71 $     0.66
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Asset retirement obligation accretion expense represents the increase in the
carrying amount of the asset retirement obligation due to the passage of time. 
OPERATING HIGHLIGHTS - OIL SANDS MINING AND UPGRADING  
OPERATIONS UPDATE  
During the first quarter of 2014 the Company continued to focus on reliable and
efficient operations, leading to production of 113,095 bbl/d, which was within
stated guidance.  
PRODUCT PRICES, ROYALTIES AND TRANSPORTATION - OIL SANDS MINING AND UPGRADING 
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SCO sales price                             $   107.82 $    92.05 $    96.19
Bitumen value for royalty purposes (2)      $    66.27 $    55.45 $    60.47
Bitumen royalties (3)                       $     5.06 $     5.06 $     3.81
Transportation                              $     1.96 $     1.51 $     1.58
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
(2) Calculated as the quarterly average of the bitumen valuation methodology
price.  
(3) Calculated based on actual bitumen royalties expensed during the period;
divided by the corresponding SCO sales volumes.  
Realized SCO sales prices averaged $107.82 per bbl for the first quarter of
2014, an increase of 12% compared with $96.19 per bbl for the first quarter of
2013 and an increase of 17% compared with $92.05 per bbl for the fourth quarter
of 2013, reflecting benchmark pricing, prevailing differentials and the impact
of a weaker Canadian dollar relative to the US dollar.  
CASH PRODUCTION COSTS - OIL SANDS MINING AND UPGRADING  
The following tables are reconciled to the Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading
production costs disclosed in the Company's unaudited interim consolidated
financial statements. 
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Cash production costs, excluding natural                                    
 gas costs                                  $      375 $      362 $      349
Natural gas costs                                   37         27         28
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Total cash production costs                 $      412 $      389 $      377
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($/bbl) (1)                                       2014       2013       2013
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Cash production costs, excluding natural                                    
 gas costs                                  $    37.39 $    36.31 $    36.95
Natural gas costs                                 3.72       2.74       2.98
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Total cash production costs                 $    41.11 $    39.05 $    39.93
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Sales (bbl/d)                                  111,506    108,163    105,000
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Cash production costs for the first quarter of 2014 averaged $41.11 per bbl, an
increase of 3% compared with $39.93 per bbl for the first quarter of 2013 and
an increase of 5% compared with $39.05 per bbl for the fourth quarter of 2013
primarily reflecting higher energy costs including natural gas and mine diesel
fuel. Cash production costs are anticipated to average $36.00 to $39.00 per bbl
for 2014.  
DEPLETION, DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION - OIL SANDS MINING AND UPGRADING 
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Depletion, depreciation and amortization    $      130 $      137 $      117
  $/bbl (1)                                 $    12.95 $    13.75 $    12.35
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Depletion, depreciation and amortization expense for the first quarter of 2014
increased compared to the first quarter of 2013 due to higher sales volumes.
Depletion, depreciation and amortization expense for the first quarter of 2014
was comparable to the fourth quarter of 2013.  
ASSET RETIREMENT OBLIGATION ACCRETION - OIL SANDS MINING AND UPGRADING 
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Expense                                     $       12 $        8 $        8
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Asset retirement obligation accretion expense represents the increase in the
carrying amount of the asset retirement obligation due to the passage of time. 
MIDSTREAM 
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Revenue                                     $       31 $       26 $       27
Production expense                                   9          8          8
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Midstream cash flow                                 22         18         19
Depreciation                                         2          2          2
Equity loss from joint venture                       1          1          2
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Segment earnings before taxes               $       19 $       15 $       15
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Midstream operating results were consistent with the comparable periods.  
The Company has a 50% interest in the North West Redwater Partnership
("Redwater Partnership"). Redwater Partnership has entered into
agreements to construct and operate a 50,000 barrel per day bitumen upgrader
and refinery (the "Project") under processing agreements that target
to process 12,500 barrels per day of bitumen feedstock for the Company and
37,500 barrels per day of bitumen feedstock for the Alberta Petroleum Marketing
Commission ("APMC"), an agent of the Government of Alberta, under a
30 year fee-for-service tolling agreement. During 2012, the Project received
board sanction from Redwater Partnership and its partners.  
As at March 31, 2014, Redwater Partnership had interim borrowings of $955
million under credit facilities totaling $1,200 million maturing on November
28, 2014. These facilities are secured by a floating charge on the assets of
Redwater Partnership with a mandatory repayment required from future financing
proceeds. At maturity or at such later date as mutually agreed to by the
lenders and Redwater Partnership, the Company will be obligated to repay its
25% pro rata share of any amount outstanding under the facility. As at May 7,
2014, interim borrowings under the facilities were $883 million.  
In April 2014, Redwater Partnership, the Company and APMC amended certain terms
of the processing agreements. In conjunction with these amendments, the
Company, along with APMC, each committed to provide additional funding up to
$350 million to attain Project completion based on the revised Project cost
estimate of approximately $8,500 million. The additional funding is to be in
the form of subordinated debt bearing interest at prime plus 6%, which is
anticipated to form part of the equity toll. As at May 7, 2014, the Company and
APMC had each provided $113 million of funding of subordinated debt. Should
final Project costs exceed the revised cost estimate, the Company and APMC have
agreed, subject to the Company being able to meet certain funding conditions,
to fund any shortfall in available third party commercial lending required to
attain Project completion.  
Redwater Partnership has entered into various agreements related to the
engineering, procurement and construction of the Project. These contracts can
be cancelled by Redwater Partnership upon notice without penalty, subject to
the costs incurred up to and in respect of the cancellation.  
ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE 
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Expense                                     $       90 $       93 $       79
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Administration expense for the first quarter of 2014 increased from the first
quarter of 2013 primarily due to higher staffing and general corporate costs,
and was comparable with the fourth quarter of 2013.  
SHARE-BASED COMPENSATION  
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31
($ millions)                                      2014       2013       2013
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Expense                                     $      143 $       65 $       71
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The Company's stock option plan provides current employees with the right
to receive common shares or a cash payment in exchange for stock options
surrendered.  
The Company recorded a $143 million share-based compensation expense for the
three months ended March 31, 2014, primarily as a result of remeasurement of
the fair value of outstanding stock options at the end of the period related to
an increase in the Company's share price, together with the impact of
normal course graded vesting of stock options granted in prior periods and the
impact of vested stock options exercised or surrendered during the period. For
the three months ended March 31, 2014, the Company capitalized $26 million of
share-based compensation expense to property, plant and equipment in the Oil
Sands Mining and Upgrading segment (March 31, 2013 - $11 million expense).  
For the three months ended March 31, 2014, the Company paid $4 million for
stock options surrendered for cash settlement (March 31, 2013 - $1 million). 
INTEREST AND OTHER FINANCING EXPENSE 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
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Expense, gross                              $     115  $     113  $     113 
Less: capitalized interest                         47         53         36 
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Expense, net                                $      68  $      60  $      77 
  $/BOE (1)                                 $    1.13  $    0.94  $    1.27 
Average effective interest rate                   4.3%       4.4%       4.5%
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(1) Amounts expressed on a per unit basis are based on sales volumes.  
Gross interest and other financing expense for the first quarter of 2014 was
consistent with the comparable periods. Capitalized interest of $47 million for
the three months ended March 31, 2014 was primarily related to the Horizon
Phase 2/3 expansion.  
The Company's average effective interest rate for first quarter of 2014
decreased from the first quarter of 2013 primarily due to an increase in the
utilization of the lower cost US commercial paper program that was implemented
in March 2013 as well as the repayment of $400 million of 4.50% medium-term
notes and US$400 million of 5.15% notes during the first quarter of 2013. The
Company's average effective interest rate for the first quarter of 2014
was comparable with the fourth quarter of 2013. 
RISK MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES  
The Company utilizes various derivative financial instruments to manage its
commodity price, interest rate and foreign currency exposures. These derivative
financial instruments are not intended for trading or speculative purposes. 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
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Crude oil and NGLs financial instruments    $       -  $       5  $       - 
Foreign currency contracts                        (75)       (41)       (83)
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Realized gain                                     (75)       (36)       (83)
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Crude oil and NGLs financial instruments           (3)       (10)        24 
Natural gas financial instruments                  45         (5)         - 
Foreign currency contracts                          7        (15)        38 
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Unrealized loss (gain)                             49        (30)        62 
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Net gain                                    $     (26) $     (66) $     (21)
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Complete details related to outstanding derivative financial instruments at
March 31, 2014 are disclosed in note 13 to the Company's unaudited interim
consolidated financial statements.  
The Company recorded a net unrealized loss of $49 million ($38 million
after-tax) on its risk management activities for the three months ended March
31, 2014 (December 31, 2013 - unrealized gain of $30 million; $26 million
after-tax; March 31, 2013 - unrealized loss of $62 million; $51 million
after-tax). 
FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
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Mar 31      Dec 31    Mar 31 
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Net realized (gain) loss                    $      (1) $        3 $     (32)
Net unrealized loss (1)                           118         111        78 
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Net loss                                    $     117  $      114 $      46 
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(1) Amounts are reported net of the hedging effect of cross currency swaps.  
The net realized foreign exchange gain for the three months ended March 31,
2014 was primarily due to foreign exchange rate fluctuations on settlement of
working capital items denominated in US dollars or UK pounds sterling. The net
unrealized foreign exchange loss for the three months ended March 31, 2014 was
primarily related to the impact of a weaker Canadian dollar with respect to US
dollar debt. The net unrealized loss for each of the periods presented included
the impact of cross currency swaps (three months ended March 31, 2014 -
unrealized gain of $100 million, December 31, 2013 - unrealized gain of $85
million, March 31, 2013 - unrealized gain of $49 million). The US/Canadian
dollar exchange rate at March 31, 2014 was US$0.9047 (December 31, 2013 -
US$0.9402; March 31, 2013 - US$0.9846). 
INCOME TAXES 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
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North America (1)                           $     192  $     133  $     122 
North Sea                                         (15)         5         (7)
Offshore Africa                                     4         55         35 
PRT (recovery) expense- North Sea                 (61)         5        (13)
Other taxes                                         6          4          4 
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Current income tax expense                        126        202        141 
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Deferred income tax expense (recovery)             91        (36)        (4)
Deferred PRT expense (recovery) - North Sea        66        (60)       (23)
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Deferred income tax expense (recovery)            157        (96)       (27)
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$     283  $     106  $     114 
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 earnings from operations (2)                    23.5%      21.4%      28.1%
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(1) Includes North America Exploration and Production, Midstream, and Oil Sands
Mining and Upgrading segments.  
(2) Excludes the impact of current and deferred PRT expense and other current
income tax expense.  
The Company files income tax returns in the various jurisdictions in which it
operates. These tax returns are subject to periodic examinations in the normal
course by the applicable tax authorities. The tax returns as prepared may
include filing positions that could be subject to differing interpretations of
applicable tax laws and regulations, which may take several years to resolve.
The Company does not believe the ultimate resolution of these matters will have
a material impact upon the Company's results of operations, financial
position or liquidity.  
For 2014, based on forward commodity prices and the current availability of tax
pools, the Company expects to incur current income tax expense of $950 million
to $1,050 million in Canada and recoveries of $95 million to $115 million in
the North Sea and Offshore Africa.  
NET CAPITAL EXPENDITURES (1) 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31
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Exploration and Evaluation                                                  
Net expenditures                            $      117 $        7 $       77
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Property, Plant and Equipment                                               
Net property acquisitions                          (4)         61         11
Well drilling, completion and equipping            641        600        555
Production and related facilities                  415        444        537
Capitalized interest and other (2)                  23         34         28
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Net expenditures                                 1,075      1,139      1,131
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Total Exploration and Production                 1,192      1,146      1,208
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Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading                                              
Horizon Phase 2/3 construction costs               444        597        355
Sustaining capital                                  60         28         51
Turnaround costs                                     2          2         17
Capitalized interest and other (2)                  73         56         38
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Total Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading               579        683        461
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Midstream                                           25        185          5
Abandonments (3)                                    87         71         55
Head office                                         10          6          7
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Total net capital expenditures              $    1,893 $    2,091 $    1,736
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By segment                                                                  
North America                               $    1,087 $    1,001 $    1,093
North Sea                                           88         95         85
Offshore Africa                                     17         50         30
Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading                     579        683        461
Midstream                                           25        185          5
Abandonments (3)                                    87         71         55
Head office                                         10          6          7
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(1) Net capital expenditures exclude adjustments related to differences between
carrying amounts and tax values, and other fair value adjustments.  
(2) Capitalized interest and other includes expenditures related to land
acquisition and retention, seismic, and other adjustments.  
(3) Abandonments represent expenditures to settle asset retirement obligations
and have been reflected as capital expenditures in this table.  
The Company's strategy is focused on building a diversified asset base
that is balanced among various products. In order to facilitate efficient
operations, the Company concentrates its activities in core areas. The Company
focuses on maintaining its land inventories to enable the continuous
exploitation of play types and geological trends, greatly reducing overall
exploration risk. By owning associated infrastructure, the Company is able to
maximize utilization of its production facilities, thereby increasing control
over production costs.  
Net capital expenditures for the first quarter of 2014 were $1,893 million
compared with $1,736 million for the first quarter of 2013 and $2,091 million
for the fourth quarter of 2013.  
The increase in capital expenditures for the first quarter of 2014 from the
first quarter of 2013 was primarily due to increased well drilling and
completions spending as well as Horizon Phase 2/3 site construction activity
partially offset by decreased production and related facilities spending. The
decrease in capital expenditures for the first quarter of 2014 from the fourth
quarter of 2013 was primarily due to reduced capital spending in Horizon Phase
2/3 site construction activity as well as lower Midstream pipeline activity,
partially offset by higher exploration and evaluation activities in North
America.  
During the first quarter of 2014, the Company entered into an agreement to
acquire certain producing Canadian crude oil and natural gas properties,
together with undeveloped land. In connection with the agreement, the Company
arranged an additional $1,000 million unsecured non-revolving bank credit
facility maturing March 2016 and with terms similar to the Company's
current syndicated credit facilities, available upon closing. Subsequently, the
Company completed the acquisition of these properties on April 1, 2014, for
preliminary cash consideration of approximately $3,092 million, subject to
final closing adjustments. 
Drilling Activity (number of wells) 
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Three Months Ended         
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31  
2014       2013       2013 
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Net successful natural gas wells                   25         11         15 
Net successful crude oil wells (1)                271        324        300 
Dry wells                                           3         13          5 
Stratigraphic test / service wells                330         54        305 
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Total                                             629        402        625 
Success rate (excluding stratigraphic test                                  
 / service wells)                                  99%        96%        98%
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(1) Includes bitumen wells.  
North America  
North America, excluding Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading, accounted for
approximately 62% of the total capital expenditures for the three months ended
March 31, 2014 compared with approximately 66% for the three months ended March
31, 2013.  
During the first quarter of 2014, the Company targeted 25 net natural gas
wells, including 11 wells in Northeast British Columbia, 13 wells in Northwest
Alberta and 1 well in Northern Plains. The Company also targeted 274 net crude
oil wells. The majority of these wells were concentrated in the Company's
Northern Plains region where 224 primary heavy crude oil wells, 11 bitumen
(thermal oil) wells and 1 light crude oil well were drilled. Another 38 wells
targeting light crude oil were drilled outside the Northern Plains region.  
Overall thermal oil production for the first quarter of 2014 averaged
approximately 82,000 bbl/d compared with approximately 109,000 bbl/d for the
first quarter of 2013 and approximately 78,000 bbl/d for the fourth quarter of
2013. Production volumes were in line with expectations due to the cyclic
nature of thermal oil production at Primrose and the ramp up of production at
Kirby South.  
In the second quarter of 2013, the Company discovered bitumen emulsion at
surface in areas of the Primrose field. The Company continues to work with the
regulator on the causation review of the bitumen emulsion seepage. The
Company's near term steaming plan at Primrose has been modified, with
steaming being reduced in certain areas. 
The next planned phase of the Company's in situ Oil Sands assets expansion
is the Kirby South Project. Site construction is complete and first steam
injection was achieved in September 2013. As at March 31, 2014, 25 well pairs
had been fully converted to the production stage.   
Development of the tertiary recovery conversion projects at Pelican Lake
continued and 3 horizontal injection wells were drilled during the first
quarter of 2014. Pelican Lake production averaged approximately 48,000 bbl/d
for the first quarter of 2014 compared with 38,000 bbl/d for the first quarter
of 2013 and 46,000 bbl/d for the fourth quarter of 2013.  
In order to expand its pipeline infrastructure the Company has participated in
the expansion of the Cold Lake pipeline with construction anticipated to be
completed by 2016.  
For the second quarter of 2014, the Company's overall planned drilling
activity in North America is expected to be 139 net crude oil wells, 3 net
bitumen wells and 14 net natural gas wells, excluding stratigraphic and service
wells. 
Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading  
Phase 2/3 expansion activity in the first quarter of 2014 was focused on field
construction of the gas recovery unit, sulphur recovery unit, butane treatment
unit, coker expansion, tank farms, cooling water tower, tailings,
hydrotransport, froth treatment, tailings pumphouse, and extraction trains 3
and 4, along with engineering related to the froth treatment plants, extraction
retrofit of trains 1 and 2, hydrogen unit, hydrotreater unit, vacuum
distillation unit and distillation recovery unit. 
North Sea  
The Company commenced drilling in the Ninian field late in the fourth quarter
of 2013 with expected production in the second quarter of 2014. The
decommissioning activities at the Murchison platform commenced in the fourth
quarter of 2013 and the Company estimates the decommissioning efforts will
continue for approximately 5 years.  
Offshore Africa  
During the fourth quarter of 2013, the Company contracted a drilling rig for a
6 gross well drilling program at the Baobab field in Cote d'Ivoire. This
rig is expected to arrive in country no later than the first quarter of 2015.
In April 2014, at the Espoir field, the Company contracted a drilling rig for a
10 gross well development drilling program to commence in the latter half of
2014.  
Exploration activities continue to progress in both Cote d'Ivoire and
South Africa. In Cote d'Ivoire, the operator in Block CI-514 commenced
drilling 1 exploratory well in March 2014. Subsequently, the operator completed
drilling and encountered the presence of light oil. The well was plugged and
the data gathered will now be evaluated to determine the extent of the
accumulation and the forward plan for appraisal. In South Africa, the operator
is targeting to commence drilling 1 exploratory well in the third quarter of
2014.  
LIQUIDITY AND CAPITAL RESOURCES 
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Mar 31     Dec 31     Mar 31 
($ millions, except ratios)                      2014       2013       2013 
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Working capital deficit (1)                 $   1,025  $   1,574  $   1,178 
Long-term debt (2) (3)                      $  10,354  $   9,661  $   9,322  
Share capital                               $   4,100  $   3,854  $   3,742 
Retained earnings                              22,193     21,876     20,564 
Accumulated other comprehensive income             44         42         68 
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Shareholders' equity                        $  26,337  $  25,772  $  24,374  
Debt to book capitalization (3) (4)                28%        27%        28%
Debt to market capitalization (3) (5)              18%        20%        21%
After-tax return on average common                                          
 shareholders' equity (6)                          11%         9%         7%
After-tax return on average capital                                         
 employed (3) (7)                                   8%         7%         6%
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(1) Calculated as current assets less current liabilities, excluding the
current portion of long-term debt.  
(2) Includes the current portion of long-term debt.  
(3) Long-term debt is stated at its carrying value, net of fair value
adjustments, original issue discounts and transaction costs.  
(4) Calculated as current and long-term debt; divided by the book value of
common shareholders' equity plus current and long-term debt.  
(5) Calculated as current and long-term debt; divided by the market value of
common shareholders' equity plus current and long-term debt.  
(6) Calculated as net earnings for the twelve month trailing period; as a
percentage of average common shareholders' equity for the period.  
(7) Calculated as net earnings plus after-tax interest and other financing
expense for the twelve month trailing period; as a percentage of average
capital employed for the period.    
At March 31, 2014, the Company's capital resources consisted primarily of
cash flow from operations, available bank credit facilities and access to debt
capital markets. Cash flow from operations and the Company's ability to
renew existing bank credit facilities and raise new debt is dependent on
factors discussed in the "Risks and Uncertainties" section of the
Company's annual MD&A for the year ended December 31, 2013. In
addition, the Company's ability to renew existing bank credit facilities
and raise new debt is also dependent upon maintaining an investment grade debt
rating and the condition of capital and credit markets. The Company continues
to believe that its internally generated cash flow from operations supported by
the implementation of its ongoing hedge policy, the flexibility of its capital
expenditure programs supported by its multi-year financial plans, its existing
bank credit facilities, and its ability to raise new debt on commercially
acceptable terms will provide sufficient liquidity to sustain its operations in
the short, medium and long term and support its growth strategy.  
The Company established a US commercial paper program in 2013. Borrowings of up
to a maximum US$1,500 million are authorized. The Company reserves capacity
under its bank credit facilities for amounts outstanding under this program.  
As at March 31, 2014, the Company had in place bank credit facilities of $5,803
million, of which $4,561 million, net of commercial paper issuances of $553
million, was available. Credit facilities at March 31, 2014 included a $1,000
million non-revolving term credit facility arranged in connection with the
acquisition of certain producing Canadian crude oil and natural gas properties
announced in the first quarter of 2014. On April 1, 2014, the Company completed
the acquisition of the crude oil and natural gas properties for preliminary
cash consideration of $3,092 million, before final purchase adjustments.  
During the first quarter of 2014, the Company issued US$500 million of
three-month LIBOR plus 0.375% notes due March 2016, and concurrently, entered
into cross currency swaps to fix the foreign currency exchange rate risk at
three-month CDOR plus 0.309% and $555 million. In addition, the Company issued
US$500 million of 3.80% notes due April 2024. Proceeds from the securities were
used to repay bank indebtedness. At March 31, 2014, the Company had maturities
of long-term debt aggregating $945 million over the next 12 months (US$500
million due November 2014, US$350 million due December 2014).  
Long-term debt was $10,354 million at March 31, 2014, resulting in a debt to
book capitalization ratio of 28% (December 31, 2013 - 27%; March 31, 2013 -
28%). This ratio is within the 25% to 45% internal range utilized by
management. This range may be exceeded in periods when a combination of capital
projects, acquisitions, or lower commodity prices occurs. The Company may be
below the low end of the targeted range when cash flow from operations is
greater than current investment activities. The Company remains committed to
maintaining a strong balance sheet, adequate available liquidity and a flexible
capital structure. The Company has hedged a portion of its production for 2014
and 2015 at prices that protect investment returns to ensure ongoing balance
sheet strength and the completion of its capital expenditure programs. Further
details related to the Company's long-term debt at March 31, 2014 are
discussed in note 6 to the Company's unaudited interim consolidated
financial statements.  
The Company's commodity hedge policy reduces the risk of volatility in
commodity prices and supports the Company's cash flow for its capital
expenditure programs. This policy currently allows for the hedging of up to 60%
of the near 12 months budgeted production and up to 40% of the following 13 to
24 months estimated production. For the purpose of this policy, the purchase of
put options is in addition to the above parameters. As at May 7, 2014, an
average of approximately 297,000 bbl/d of currently forecasted 2014 crude oil
volumes and 50,000 bbl/d of currently forecasted 2015 crude oil volumes were
hedged using price collars and physical crude oil sales contracts with fixed
WCS differentials. An additional 500,000 MMBtu/d of natural gas volumes were
hedged for April 2014 to October 2014 using AECO basis swaps and 200,000 GJ/d
of natural gas volumes were hedged for April 2014 to December 2014 using price
collars. Further details related to the Company's commodity derivative
financial instruments outstanding at March 31, 2014 are discussed in note 13 to
the Company's unaudited interim consolidated financial statements.  
Share Capital  
As at March 31, 2014, there were 1,092,120,000 common shares outstanding (March
31, 2013 - 1,092,264,000 common shares) and 68,304,000 stock options
outstanding. As at May 7, 2014, the Company had 1,093,271,000 common shares
outstanding and 66,377,000 stock options outstanding.  
On March 5, 2014, the Company's Board of Directors approved an increase in
the annual dividend to $0.90 per common share (previous annual dividend rate of
$0.80 per common share), beginning with the quarterly dividend payable on April
1, 2014 at $0.225 per common share. This represents a 13% increase from the
previous quarterly dividend, reflecting the stability of the Company's
cash flow and providing a return to shareholders. The dividend policy undergoes
periodic review by the Board of Directors and is subject to change.  
In April 2014, the Company announced a Normal Course Issuer Bid to purchase
through the facilities of the Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSX") and the
New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE"), during the twelve month period
commencing April 2014 and ending April 2015, up to 54,596,899 common shares.
The Company's Normal Course Issuer Bid announced in 2013 expired April
2014.  
For the three months ended March 31, 2014, the Company purchased for
cancellation 1,775,000 common shares at a weighted average price of $36.83 per
common share, for a total cost of $65 million. Retained earnings were reduced
by $59 million, representing the excess of the purchase price of common shares
over their average carrying value. Subsequent to March 31, 2014, the Company
purchased 330,000 common shares at a weighted average price of $43.44 per
common share for a total cost of $14 million. 
COMMITMENTS AND OFF BALANCE SHEET ARRANGEMENTS  
In the normal course of business, the Company has entered into various
commitments that will have an impact on the Company's future operations.
The following table summarizes the Company's commitments as at March 31,
2014: 
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Remaining                                        
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Product transportation                                                      
 and pipeline             $      238 $  307 $  238 $  212 $  176 $     1,324
Offshore equipment                                                          
 operating leases and                                                       
 offshore drilling        $      119 $  247 $   84 $   63 $   57 $        18
Long-term debt (1)        $    1,493 $  400 $1,221 $1,386 $  442 $     5,476
Interest and other                                                          
 financing expense (2)    $      367 $  432 $  408 $  349 $  300 $     4,032
Office leases             $       29 $   44 $   45 $   48 $   50 $       343
Other                     $      239 $  173 $   72 $    1 $    1 $         1
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(1) Long-term debt represents principal repayments only and does not reflect
fair value adjustments, original issue discounts or transaction costs.  
(2) Interest and other financing expense amounts represent the scheduled fixed
rate and variable rate cash interest payments related to long-term debt.
Interest on variable rate long-term debt was estimated based upon prevailing
interest rates and foreign exchange rates as at March 31, 2014.  
In addition to the commitments disclosed above, the Company has entered into
various agreements related to the engineering, procurement and construction of
subsequent phases of Horizon. These contracts can be cancelled by the Company
upon notice without penalty, subject to the costs incurred up to and in respect
of the cancellation. 
LEGAL PROCEEDINGS AND OTHER CONTINGENCIES  
The Company is defendant and plaintiff in a number of legal actions arising in
the normal course of business. In addition, the Company is subject to certain
contractor construction claims. The Company believes that any liabilities that
might arise pertaining to any such matters would not have a material effect on
its consolidated financial position.  
CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING POLICIES  
For the impact of new accounting standards, refer to the unaudited interim
consolidated financial statements for the three months ended March 31, 2014. 
CRITICAL ACCOUNTING ESTIMATES  
The preparation of financial statements requires the Company to make estimates,
assumptions and judgments in the application of IFRS that have a significant
impact on the financial results of the Company. Actual results could differ
from estimated amounts, and those differences may be material. A comprehensive
discussion of the Company's significant critical accounting estimates is
contained in the MD&A and the audited consolidated financial statements for
the year ended December 31, 2013. 
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS 
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As at                                                      Mar 31     Dec 31
(millions of Canadian dollars, unaudited)         Note       2014       2013
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ASSETS                                                                      
Current assets                                                              
  Cash and cash equivalents                            $       19 $       16
  Accounts receivable                                       1,918      1,427
  Inventory                                                   748        632
  Prepaids and other                                          174        141
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2,859      2,216
Exploration and evaluation assets                  3        2,680      2,609
Property, plant and equipment                      4       47,299     46,487
Other long-term assets                             5          410        442
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$   53,248 $   51,754
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LIABILITIES                                                                 
Current liabilities                                                         
  Accounts payable                                     $      822 $      637
  Accrued liabilities                                       2,653      2,519
  Current income taxes                                         22        359
  Current portion of long-term debt                6        1,498      1,444
  Current portion of other long-term liabilities   7          387        275
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5,382      5,234
Long-term debt                                     6        8,856      8,217
Other long-term liabilities                        7        4,307      4,348
Deferred income taxes                                       8,366      8,183
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26,911     25,982
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SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY                                                        
Share capital                                      9        4,100      3,854
Retained earnings                                          22,193     21,876
Accumulated other comprehensive income             10          44         42
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26,337     25,772
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$   53,248 $   51,754
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Commitments and contingencies (note 14).                                     
Approved by the Board of Directors on May 8, 2014                            
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS                                          
Three Months Ended  
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(millions of Canadian dollars, except per common           Mar 31     Mar 31
 share amounts, unaudited)                       Note        2014       2013
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Product sales                                          $    4,968 $    4,101
Less: royalties                                             (572)      (346)
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Revenue                                                     4,396      3,755
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Expenses                                                                    
Production                                                  1,211      1,135
Transportation and blending                                   831        855
Depletion, depreciation and amortization           4        1,011      1,142
Administration                                                 90         79
Share-based compensation                           7          143         71
Asset retirement obligation accretion              7           45         42
Interest and other financing expense                           68         77
Risk management activities                        13         (26)       (21)
Foreign exchange loss                                         117         46
Equity loss from joint venture                     5            1          2
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3,491      3,428
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Earnings before taxes                                         905        327
Current income tax expense                         8          126        141
Deferred income tax expense (recovery)             8          157       (27)
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Net earnings                                           $      622 $      213
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Net earnings per common share                                               
  Basic                                           12   $     0.57 $     0.19
  Diluted                                         12   $     0.57 $     0.19
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME                              
Three Months Ended  
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Mar 31     Mar 31 
(millions of Canadian dollars, unaudited)                   2014       2013 
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Net earnings                                           $     622  $     213 
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Items that may be reclassified subsequently to net                          
 earnings                                                                   
  Net change in derivative financial instruments                             
designated as cash flow hedges                                            
Unrealized income during the period, net of taxes                        
of $nil (2013 - $2 million)                               1         16  
Reclassification to net earnings, net of taxes of                        
$nil (2013 - $nil)                                        3         (1)
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4         15 
  Foreign currency translation adjustment                                    
Translation of net investment                             (2)        (5)
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Other comprehensive income, net of taxes                       2         10 
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Comprehensive income                                   $     624  $     223 
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CHANGES IN EQUITY                                 
Three Months Ended   
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Mar 31     Mar 31 
(millions of Canadian dollars, unaudited)        Note       2014       2013 
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Share capital                                      9                        
Balance - beginning of period                          $   3,854  $   3,709 
Issued upon exercise of stock options                        195         30 
Previously recognized liability on stock options                            
 exercised for common shares                                  57          7 
Purchase of common shares under Normal Course                               
 Issuer Bid                                                   (6)        (4)
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Balance - end of period                                    4,100      3,742 
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Retained earnings                                                           
Balance - beginning of period                             21,876     20,516 
Net earnings                                                 622        213 
Purchase of common shares under Normal Course                               
 Issuer Bid                                        9         (59)       (28)
Dividends on common shares                         9        (246)      (137)
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Balance - end of period                                   22,193     20,564 
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Accumulated other comprehensive income            10                        
Balance - beginning of period                                 42         58 
Other comprehensive income, net of taxes                       2         10 
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Balance - end of period                                       44         68 
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Shareholders' equity                                   $  26,337  $  24,374 
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS                                        
Three Months Ended  
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Mar 31     Mar 31 
(millions of Canadian dollars, unaudited)                   2014       2013 
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Operating activities                                                        
Net earnings                                           $     622  $     213 
Non-cash items                                                              
  Depletion, depreciation and amortization                 1,011      1,142 
  Share-based compensation                                   143         71 
  Asset retirement obligation accretion                       45         42 
  Unrealized risk management loss                             49         62 
  Unrealized foreign exchange loss                           118         78 
  Realized foreign exchange gain on repayment of US                          
dollar debt securities                                      -        (12)
  Equity loss from joint venture                               1          2 
  Deferred income tax expense (recovery)                     157        (27)
Other                                                         31         38 
Abandonment expenditures                                     (87)       (55)
Net change in non-cash working capital                      (737)      (389)
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1,353      1,165 
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Financing activities                                                        
(Repayment) issue of bank credit facilities and                             
 commercial paper, net                                      (661)     1,256 
Repayment of medium-term notes                                 -       (400)
Issue (repayment) of US dollar debt securities, net        1,100       (398)
Issue of common shares on exercise of stock options          195         30 
Purchase of common shares under Normal Course Issuer                        
 Bid                                                         (65)       (32)
Dividends on common shares                                  (217)      (115)
Net change in non-cash working capital                        (5)        (6)
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347        335 
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Investing activities                                                        
Net expenditures on exploration and evaluation assets       (117)       (77)
Net expenditures on property, plant and equipment         (1,689)    (1,604)
Net change in non-cash working capital                       109        162 
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(1,697)    (1,519)
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Increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents               3        (19)
Cash and cash equivalents - beginning of period               16         37 
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Cash and cash equivalents - end of period              $      19  $      18 
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Interest paid                                          $     135  $     142 
Income taxes paid                                      $     455  $     213 
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NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
(tabular amounts in millions of Canadian dollars, unless otherwise stated,
unaudited) 
1. ACCOUNTING POLICIES  
Canadian Natural Resources Limited (the "Company") is a senior
independent crude oil and natural gas exploration, development and production
company. The Company's exploration and production operations are focused
in North America, largely in Western Canada; the United Kingdom
("UK") portion of the North Sea; and Cote d'Ivoire, Gabon, and
South Africa in Offshore Africa.  
The Horizon Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading segment ("Horizon")
produces synthetic crude oil through bitumen mining and upgrading operations.  
Within Western Canada, the Company maintains certain midstream activities that
include pipeline operations, an electricity co-generation system and an
investment in the North West Redwater Partnership ("Redwater
Partnership"), a general partnership formed in the Province of Alberta.  
The Company was incorporated in Alberta, Canada. The address of its registered
office is 2500, 855-2 Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  
These interim consolidated financial statements and the related notes have been
prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards
("IFRS") as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board
("IASB"), applicable to the preparation of interim financial
statements, including International Accounting Standard ("IAS") 34,
"Interim Financial Reporting", following the same accounting policies
as the audited consolidated financial statements of the Company as at December
31, 2013, except as discussed in note 2. These interim consolidated financial
statements contain disclosures that are supplemental to the Company's
annual audited consolidated financial statements. Certain disclosures that are
normally required to be included in the notes to the annual audited
consolidated financial statements have been condensed. These interim
consolidated financial statements should be read in conjunction with the
Company's audited consolidated financial statements and notes thereto for
the year ended December 31, 2013. 
2. CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING POLICIES  
Effective January 1, 2014, the Company adopted IFRS 9 "Financial
Instruments". IFRS 9 replaces the sections of IAS 39 "Financial
Instruments: Recognition and Measurement" that relate to the
classification and measurement of financial instruments and hedge accounting.  
IFRS 9 replaces the multiple classification and measurement models for
financial assets with a new model that has only two measurement categories:
amortized cost and fair value through profit or loss. This determination is
made at initial recognition. For financial liabilities, the new standard
retains most of the IAS 39 requirements. The main change arises in cases where
the Company chooses to designate a financial liability as fair value through
profit or loss. In these situations, the portion of the fair value change
related to the Company's own credit risk is recognized in other
comprehensive income rather than net earnings. As a result of adopting IFRS 9,
all of the Company's financial assets as at December 31, 2013 have been
reclassified from loans and receivables at amortized cost to financial assets
at amortized cost. There were no changes to the classifications of the
Company's financial liabilities. In addition, there were no changes in the
carrying values of the Company's financial instruments as a result of the
adoption of IFRS 9. The classification and measurement guidance was adopted
retrospectively in accordance with the transition provisions of IFRS 9.  
The Company also adopted the new hedge accounting guidance in IFRS 9. The new
hedge accounting guidance replaces strict quantitative tests of effectiveness
with less restrictive assessments of how well the hedging instrument
accomplishes the Company's risk management objectives for financial and
non-financial risk exposures. IFRS 9 also allows the Company to hedge risk
components of non-financial items which meet certain measurability or
identifiable characteristics.  
Upon adoption of IFRS 9, all of the Company's existing hedging
relationships that qualified for hedge accounting under IAS 39 were reassessed
with respect to the new hedge accounting requirements in IFRS 9. The hedging
relationships have been continued under IFRS 9. The hedge accounting
requirements in IFRS 9 have been applied prospectively in accordance with the
transition provisions of IFRS 9.  
After adoption of IFRS 9, the Company's accounting policies are
substantially the same as at December 31, 2013, except for the change in
financial asset categories as discussed above.  
3. EXPLORATION AND EVALUATION ASSETS  
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Oil Sands           
Mining and          
Exploration and Production     Upgrading   Total 
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North      North   Offshore                      
America        Sea     Africa                     
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Cost                                                                        
At December 31, 2013    $   2,570  $       - $       39 $         - $ 2,609 
Additions                     100          -         17           -     117 
Transfers to property,                                                      
 plant and equipment          (47)         -          -           -     (47)
Foreign exchange                                                            
 adjustments                    -          -          1           -       1 
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At March 31, 2014       $   2,623  $       - $       57 $         - $ 2,680 
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4. PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT                                             
Exploration and Production        
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Offshore 
North America        North Sea          Africa
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Cost                                                                        
At December 31, 2013        $        53,810  $         5,200 $         3,356
Additions                               998               88               -
Transfers from E&E assets                47                -               -
Disposals/derecognitions                (76)               -               -
Foreign exchange                                                            
 adjustments and other                    -              205             131
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At March 31, 2014           $        54,779  $         5,493 $         3,487
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Accumulated depletion and                                                   
 depreciation                                                               
At December 31, 2013        $        28,315  $         3,467 $         2,551
Expense                                 811               57               5
Disposals/derecognitions                (76)               -               -
Foreign exchange                                                            
 adjustments and other                    5              135             118
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At March 31, 2014           $        29,055  $         3,659 $         2,674
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Net book value                                                              
- at March 31, 2014         $        25,724  $         1,834 $           813
- at December 31, 2013      $        25,495  $         1,733 $           805
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Oil Sands                                       
Mining and                    Head               
Upgrading   Midstream      Office        Total 
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Cost                                                                        
At December 31, 2013      $     19,366 $       508 $       308  $    82,548 
Additions                          579          25          10        1,700 
Transfers from E&E assets            -           -           -           47 
Disposals/derecognitions           (7)           -          (1)         (84)
Foreign exchange                                                            
 adjustments and other               -           -           -          336 
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At March 31, 2014         $     19,938 $       533 $       317  $    84,547 
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Accumulated depletion and                                                   
 depreciation                                                               
At December 31, 2013      $      1,414 $       111 $       203  $    36,061 
Expense                            130           2           6        1,011 
Disposals/derecognitions           (7)           -          (1)         (84)
Foreign exchange                                                            
 adjustments and other               2           -           -          260 
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At March 31, 2014         $      1,539 $       113 $       208  $    37,248 
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Net book value                                                              
- at March 31, 2014       $     18,399 $       420 $       109  $    47,299 
- at December 31, 2013    $     17,952 $       397 $       105  $    46,487 
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Project costs not subject to depletion and                 Mar 31     Dec 31
 depreciation                                                2014       2013
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Horizon                                                $    4,568 $    4,051
Kirby Thermal Oil Sands                                $      389 $    1,532
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/T/ 
During the first quarter of 2014, the Company entered into an agreement to
acquire certain producing Canadian crude oil and natural gas properties,
together with undeveloped land. In connection with the agreement, the Company
arranged an additional $1,000 million unsecured non-revolving bank credit
facility maturing March 2016 and with terms similar to the Company's
current syndicated credit facilities, available upon closing. Subsequently, the
Company completed the acquisition of these properties on April 1, 2014, for
preliminary cash consideration of approximately $3,092 million, subject to
final closing adjustments.  
The Company capitalizes construction period interest for qualifying assets
based on costs incurred and the Company's cost of borrowing. Interest
capitalization to a qualifying asset ceases once the asset is substantially
available for its intended use. For the period ended March 31, 2014, pre-tax
interest of $47 million (March 31, 2013 - $36 million) was capitalized to
property, plant and equipment using a capitalization rate of 4.3% (March 31,
2013 - 4.5%). 
5. OTHER LONG-TERM ASSETS 
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Mar 31     Dec 31 
2014       2013
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Investment in North West Redwater Partnership          $      305 $      306
Other                                                         105        136
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$      410 $      442
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Other long-term assets include an investment in the 50% owned Redwater
Partnership. Based on Redwater Partnership's voting and decision-making
structure and legal form, the investment is accounted for as a joint venture
using the equity method. Redwater Partnership has entered into agreements to
construct and operate a 50,000 barrel per day bitumen upgrader and refinery
(the "Project") under processing agreements that target to process
12,500 barrels per day of bitumen feedstock for the Company and 37,500 barrels
per day of bitumen feedstock for the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission
("APMC"), an agent of the Government of Alberta, under a 30 year
fee-for-service tolling agreement. During 2012, the Project received board
sanction from Redwater Partnership and its partners.  
As at March 31, 2014, Redwater Partnership had interim borrowings of $955
million under credit facilities totaling $1,200 million maturing on November
28, 2014. These facilities are secured by a floating charge on the assets of
Redwater Partnership with a mandatory repayment required from future financing
proceeds. At maturity or at such later date as mutually agreed to by the
lenders and Redwater Partnership, the Company will be obligated to repay its
25% pro rata share of any amount outstanding under the facility. As at May 7,
2014, interim borrowings under the facilities were $883 million.  
In April 2014, Redwater Partnership, the Company and APMC amended certain terms
of the processing agreements. In conjunction with these amendments, the
Company, along with APMC, each committed to provide additional funding up to
$350 million to attain Project completion based on the revised Project cost
estimate of approximately $8,500 million. The additional funding is to be in
the form of subordinated debt bearing interest at prime plus 6%, which is
anticipated to form part of the equity toll. As at May 7, 2014, the Company and
APMC had each provided $113 million of funding of subordinated debt. Should
final Project costs exceed the revised cost estimate, the Company and APMC have
agreed, subject to the Company being able to meet certain funding conditions,
to fund any shortfall in available third party commercial lending required to
attain Project completion.  
Redwater Partnership has entered into various agreements related to the
engineering, procurement and construction of the Project. These contracts can
be cancelled by Redwater Partnership upon notice without penalty, subject to
the costs incurred up to and in respect of the cancellation.  
6. LONG-TERM DEBT 
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Mar 31     Dec 31  
2014       2013 
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Canadian dollar denominated debt, unsecured                                 
Bank credit facilities                                 $     562  $   1,246 
Medium-term notes                                          1,400      1,400 
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1,962      2,646 
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US dollar denominated debt, unsecured                                       
Commercial paper (March 31, 2014 - US$500 million;                          
 December 31, 2013 - US$500 million)                         553        532 
US dollar debt securities 
 (March 31, 2014 - US$7,150 million;              
 December 31, 2013 - US$6,150 million)                     7,903      6,541 
Less: original issue discount on US dollar debt                             
 securities (1)                                              (18)       (18)
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8,438      7,055 
Fair value impact of interest rate swaps on US dollar                       
 debt securities (2)                                           6          9 
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8,444      7,064 
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Long-term debt before transaction costs                   10,406      9,710 
Less: transaction costs (1) (3)                              (52)       (49)
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10,354      9,661 
Less: current portion of commercial paper                    553        532 
 current portion of other long-term debt (1) (2) (3)         945        912 
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$   8,856  $   8,217 
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/T/ 
(1) The Company has included unamortized original issue discounts and directly
attributable transaction costs in the carrying amount of the 
outstanding debt.  
(2) The carrying amount of US$350 million of 4.90% notes due December 2014 was
adjusted by $6 million (December 31, 2013 - $9 million) to reflect the fair
value impact of hedge accounting.  
(3) Transaction costs primarily represent underwriting commissions charged as a
percentage of the related debt offerings, as well as legal, rating agency and
other professional fees.  
Bank Credit Facilities and Commercial Paper  
As at March 31, 2014, the Company had in place bank credit facilities of $5,803
million, comprised of: 
- a $200 million demand credit facility;  
- a $75 million demand credit facility;  
- a $1,000 million non-revolving term credit facility maturing March 2016;  
- a $1,500 million revolving syndicated credit facility maturing June 2016;  
- a $3,000 million revolving syndicated credit facility maturing June 2017; and 
- a GBP 15 million demand credit facility related to the Company's North
Sea operations.  
Each of the $1,500 million and $3,000 million facilities is extendible annually
for one-year periods at the mutual agreement of the Company and the lenders. If
the facilities are not extended, the full amount of the outstanding principal
would be repayable on the maturity date. Borrowings under these facilities may
be made by way of pricing referenced to Canadian dollar or US dollar
bankers' acceptances, or LIBOR, US base rate or Canadian prime loans.  
The Company's borrowings under the US commercial paper program are
authorized up to a maximum US$1,500 million. The Company reserves capacity
under its bank credit facilities for amounts outstanding under this program.  
As described in note 4, in connection with the agreement to acquire certain
producing Canadian crude oil and natural gas properties, the Company arranged
an additional $1,000 million unsecured non-revolving bank credit facility
maturing March 2016 and with terms similar to the Company's current
syndicated credit facilities, available upon closing. As at May 7, 2014, the
Company had $1,000 million outstanding under this facility.  
The Company's weighted average interest rate on bank credit facilities and
commercial paper outstanding as at March 31, 2014 was 1.6% (March 31, 2013 -
2.2%), and on long-term debt outstanding for the period ended March 31, 2014
was 4.3% (March 31, 2013 - 4.5%).  
In addition to the outstanding debt, letters of credit and financial guarantees
aggregating $439 million, including a $59 million financial guarantee related
to Horizon and $237 million of letters of credit related to North Sea
operations, were outstanding at March 31, 2014. Subsequent to March 31, 2014,
the financial guarantee related to Horizon was reduced to $56 million. 
Medium-Term Notes  
The Company filed a base shelf prospectus in November 2013 that allows for the
issue of up to $3,000 million of medium-term notes in Canada, which expires in
December 2015. If issued, these securities will bear interest as determined at
the date of issuance. 
US Dollar Debt Securities  
During the first quarter of 2014, the Company issued US$500 million of
three-month LIBOR plus 0.375% notes due March 2016, and concurrently entered
into cross currency swaps to fix the foreign currency exchange rate risk at
three-month CDOR plus 0.309% and $555 million (note 13). In addition, the
Company issued US$500 million of 3.80% notes due April 2024. Proceeds from the
securities were used to repay bank indebtedness. After issuing these
securities, the Company has US$2,000 million remaining on its outstanding
US$3,000 million base shelf prospectus that allows for the issue of US dollar
debt securities in the United States, which expires in December 2015. If
issued, these securities will bear interest as determined at the date of
issuance.  
7. OTHER LONG-TERM LIABILITIES 
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Mar 31     Dec 31 
2014       2013
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Asset retirement obligations                           $    4,183 $    4,162
Share-based compensation                                      368        260
Risk management (note 13)                                      83        136
Other                                                          60         65
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4,694      4,623
Less: current portion                                         387        275
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$    4,307 $    4,348
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Asset Retirement Obligations  
The Company's asset retirement obligations are expected to be settled on
an ongoing basis over a period of approximately 60 years and have been
discounted using a weighted average discount rate of 5.0% (December 31, 2013 -
5.0%). A reconciliation of the discounted asset retirement obligations was as
follows:  
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Mar 31     Dec 31  
2014       2013 
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Balance - beginning of period                          $   4,162  $   4,266 
  Liabilities incurred                                        11         62 
  Liabilities acquired                                         -        131 
  Liabilities settled                                        (87)      (207)
  Asset retirement obligation accretion                       45        171 
  Revision of estimates                                        -        375 
  Change in discount rate                                      -       (723)
  Foreign exchange adjustments                                52         87 
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Balance - end of period                                $   4,183  $   4,162 
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Share-Based Compensation  
As the Company's Option Plan provides current employees with the right to
elect to receive common shares or a cash payment in exchange for stock options
surrendered, a liability for potential cash settlements is recognized. The
current portion represents the maximum amount of the liability payable within
the next twelve month period if all vested stock options are surrendered for
cash settlement. 
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Mar 31     Dec 31  
2014       2013 
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Balance - beginning of period                          $     260  $     154 
  Share-based compensation expense                           143        135 
  Cash payment for stock options surrendered                  (4)        (4)
  Transferred to common shares                               (57)       (50)
  Capitalized to Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading               26         25 
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Balance - end of period                                      368        260 
Less: current portion                                        284        216 
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$      84  $      44 
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8. INCOME TAXES  
The provision for income tax was as follows: 
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Three Months Ended  
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Mar 31     Mar 31  
2014       2013 
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Current corporate income tax - North America           $     192  $     122 
Current corporate income tax - North Sea                     (15)        (7)
Current corporate income tax - Offshore Africa                 4         35 
Current PRT (1) recovery - North Sea                         (61)       (13)
Other taxes                                                    6          4 
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Current income tax expense                                   126        141 
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Deferred corporate income tax expense (recovery)              91         (4)
Deferred PRT (1) expense (recovery) - North Sea               66        (23)
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Deferred income tax expense (recovery)                       157        (27)
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Income tax expense                                     $     283  $     114 
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(1) Petroleum Revenue Tax.  
9. SHARE CAPITAL  
Authorized  
Preferred shares issuable in a series.  
Unlimited number of common shares without par value. 
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Three Months Ended Mar 31, 2014  
Number of shares              
Issued common shares                                (thousands)      Amount 
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Balance - beginning of period                        1,087,322  $     3,854 
Issued upon exercise of stock options                    6,573          195 
Previously recognized liability on stock                                    
 options exercised for common shares                         -           57 
Purchase of common shares under Normal                                      
 Course Issuer Bid                                      (1,775)          (6)
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Balance - end of period                              1,092,120  $     4,100 
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/T/ 
Dividend Policy  
The Company has paid regular quarterly dividends in January, April, July, and
October of each year since 2001. The dividend policy undergoes periodic review
by the Board of Directors and is subject to change.  
On March 5, 2014, the Board of Directors approved the regular quarterly
dividend at $0.225 per common share, an increase from the previous quarterly
dividend of $0.20 per common share, which was approved on November 5, 2013. 
Normal Course Issuer Bid  
In April 2014, the Company announced a Normal Course Issuer Bid to purchase
through the facilities of the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock
Exchange, during the twelve month period commencing April 2014 and ending April
2015, up to 54,596,899 common shares. The Company's Normal Course Issuer
Bid announced in 2013 expired April 2014.  
For the three months ended March 31, 2014, the Company purchased for
cancellation 1,775,000 common shares at a weighted average price of $36.83 per
common share, for a total cost of $65 million. Retained earnings were reduced
by $59 million, representing the excess of the purchase price of common shares
over their average carrying value. Subsequent to March 31, 2014, the Company
purchased 330,000 common shares at a weighted average price of $43.44 per
common share for a total cost of $14 million.  
Stock Options  
The following table summarizes information relating to stock options
outstanding at March 31, 2014: 
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Three Months Ended Mar 31, 2014     
Weighted 
average 
Stock options       exercise 
(thousands)         price
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Outstanding - beginning of period                      72,741  $       34.36
Granted                                                 3,723  $       36.29
Surrendered for cash settlement                          (437) $       29.74
Exercised for common shares                            (6,573) $       29.64
Forfeited                                              (1,150) $       35.52
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Outstanding - end of period                            68,304  $       34.93
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Exercisable - end of period                            20,276  $       37.23
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The Option Plan is a "rolling 9%" plan, whereby the aggregate number
of common shares that may be reserved for issuance under the plan shall not
exceed 9% of the common shares outstanding from time to time.  
10. ACCUMULATED OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME  
The components of accumulated other comprehensive income, net of taxes, were as
follows: 
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Mar 31     Mar 31  
2014       2013 
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Derivative financial instruments designated as cash                         
 flow hedges                                           $      85  $     101 
Foreign currency translation adjustment                      (41)       (33)
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$      44  $      68 
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11. CAPITAL DISCLOSURES  
The Company does not have any externally imposed regulatory capital
requirements for managing capital. The Company has defined its capital to mean
its long-term debt and consolidated shareholders' equity, as determined at
each reporting date.  
The Company's objectives when managing its capital structure are to
maintain financial flexibility and balance to enable the Company to access
capital markets to sustain its on-going operations and to support its growth
strategies. The Company primarily monitors capital on the basis of an
internally derived financial measure referred to as its "debt to book
capitalization ratio", which is the arithmetic ratio of current and
long-term debt divided by the sum of the carrying value of shareholders'
equity plus current and long-term debt. The Company's internal targeted
range for its debt to book capitalization ratio is 25% to 45%. This range may
be exceeded in periods when a combination of capital projects, acquisitions, or
lower commodity prices occurs. The Company may be below the low end of the
targeted range when cash flow from operating activities is greater than current
investment activities. At March 31, 2014, the ratio was within the target range
at 28%.  
Readers are cautioned that the debt to book capitalization ratio is not defined
by IFRS and this financial measure may not be comparable to similar measures
presented by other companies. Further, there are no assurances that the Company
will continue to use this measure to monitor capital or will not alter the
method of calculation of this measure in the future.  
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Mar 31     Dec 31  
2014       2013 
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Long-term debt (1)                                     $  10,354  $   9,661 
Total shareholders' equity                             $  26,337  $  25,772 
Debt to book capitalization                                   28%        27%
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(1) Includes the current portion of long-term debt.  
12. NET EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE 
/T/ 
Three Months Ended  
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Mar 31     Mar 31 
2014       2013
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Weighted average common shares outstanding - basic                          
 (thousands of shares)                                  1,089,929  1,092,431
Effect of dilutive stock options (thousands of shares)      3,298      2,057
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Weighted average common shares outstanding - diluted                        
 (thousands of shares)                                  1,093,227  1,094,488
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Net earnings                                           $      622 $      213
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Net earnings per common share - basic                  $     0.57 $     0.19
  - diluted                                            $     0.57 $     0.19
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13. FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS  
The carrying amounts of the Company's financial instruments by category
were as follows: 
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Mar 31, 2014                        
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Fair                  Financial              
Financial     value                liabilities              
assets at   through   Derivatives           at             
Asset            amortized    profit      used for    amortized             
 (liability)          cost   or loss       hedging         cost       Total 
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Accounts                                                                    
 receivable    $     1,918 $       -  $          - $          -  $    1,918 
Accounts                                                                    
 payable                 -         -             -         (822)       (822)
Accrued                                                                     
 liabilities             -         -             -       (2,653)     (2,653)
Other long-                                                                 
 term                                                                       
 liabilities             -       (88)            5          (51)       (134)
Long-term debt                                                              
 (1)                     -         -             -      (10,354)    (10,354)
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$     1,918 $     (88) $          5 $    (13,880) $  (12,045)
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Dec 31, 2013                         
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Fair                   Financial              
Financial     value                 liabilities              
assets at   through   Derivatives            at             
Asset          amortized     profit      used for    amortized              
 (liability)         cost   or loss       hedging          cost       Total 
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Accounts                                                                    
 receivable   $     1,427 $       -  $          -  $          -  $    1,427 
Accounts                                                                    
 payable                -         -             -          (637)       (637)
Accrued                                                                     
 liabilities            -         -             -        (2,519)     (2,519)
Other long-                                                                 
 term                                                                       
 liabilities            -       (39)          (97)          (56)       (192)
Long-term                                                                   
 debt (1)               -         -             -        (9,661)     (9,661)
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$     1,427 $     (39) $        (97) $    (12,873) $  (11,582)
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(1) Includes the current portion of long-term debt.  
The carrying amounts of the Company's financial instruments approximates
their fair value, except for fixed rate long-term debt as noted below. The fair
values of the Company's recurring other long-term liabilities and fixed
rate long-term debt were outlined below: 
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Carrying                            
amount          Fair value       
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Asset (liability)(1) (5)                               Level 1      Level 2 
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Other long-term liabilities           $       (83) $         -  $       (83)
Fixed rate long-term debt (2) (3) (4)      (9,239)     (10,305)           - 
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$    (9,322) $   (10,305) $       (83)
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Dec 31, 2013             
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Carrying                            
amount          Fair value       
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Asset (liability) (1) (5)                              Level 1      Level 2 
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Other long-term liabilities           $      (136) $         -  $      (136)
Fixed rate long-term debt (2) (3) (4)      (7,883)      (8,628)           - 
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$    (8,019) $    (8,628) $      (136)
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(1) Excludes financial assets and liabilities where the carrying amount
approximates fair value due to the liquid nature of the asset or liability
(cash and cash equivalents, accounts receivable, accounts payable and accrued
liabilities).  
(2) The carrying amount of US$350 million of 4.90% notes due December 2014 was
adjusted by $6 million (December 31, 2013 - $9 million) to reflect the fair
value impact of hedge accounting.  
(3) The fair value of fixed rate long-term debt has been determined based on
quoted market prices.  
(4) Includes the current portion of fixed rate long-term debt.  
(5) There were no transfers between Level 1 and Level 2 financial instruments.  
The following provides a summary of the carrying amounts of derivative
financial instruments held and a reconciliation to the Company's
consolidated balance sheets.  
/T/ 
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Mar 31,    Dec 31, 
Asset (liability)                                           2014       2013 
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Derivatives held for trading                                                
  Crude oil price collars                              $     (30) $     (33)
  Foreign currency forward contracts                         (10)        (3)
  Natural gas AECO basis swaps                               (34)        (1)
  Natural gas AECO put options, net of put premium                           
financing obligations                                     (14)        (2)
  Natural gas price collars                                    -          - 
Cash flow hedges                                                            
  Foreign currency forward contracts                          (2)        (1)
  Cross currency swaps                                         7        (96)
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$     (83) $    (136)
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Included within:                                                            
  Current portion of other long-term liabilities       $     (82) $     (38)
  Other long-term liabilities                                 (1)       (98)
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$     (83) $    (136)
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For the period ended March 31, 2014, the Company recognized a gain of $nil
(December 31, 2013 - gain of $4 million) related to ineffectiveness arising
from cash flow hedges.  
The estimated fair value of derivative financial instruments in Level 1 and
Level 2 at each measurement date have been determined based on appropriate
internal valuation methodologies and/or third party indications. Level 2 fair
values determined using valuation models require the use of assumptions
concerning the amount and timing of future cash flows and discount rates. In
determining these assumptions, the Company primarily relied on external,
readily-observable quoted market inputs including crude oil and natural gas
forward benchmark commodity prices and volatility, Canadian and United States
forward interest rate yield curves, and Canadian and United States foreign
exchange rates, discounted to present value as appropriate. The resulting fair
value estimates may not necessarily be indicative of the amounts that could be
realized or settled in a current market transaction and these differences may
be material. 
Risk Management  
The Company uses derivative financial instruments to manage its commodity
price, interest rate and foreign currency exposures. These financial
instruments are entered into solely for hedging purposes and are not used for
speculative purposes.  
The changes in estimated fair values of derivative financial instruments
included in the risk management liability were recognized in the financial
statements as follows: 
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Three Months                
Ended     Year Ended
Asset (liability)                                Mar 31, 2014   Dec 31, 2013
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Balance - beginning of period                  $        (136) $        (257)
Cost of outstanding put options                            15              9
Net change in fair value of outstanding                                     
 derivative financial instruments recognized                                
 in:                                                                        
  Risk management activities                             (49)           (39)
  Foreign exchange                                         98            165
  Other comprehensive income                                4            (5)
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(68)          (127)
Add: put premium financing obligations (1)               (15)            (9)
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Balance - end of period                                  (83)          (136)
Less: current portion                                    (82)           (38)
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$          (1) $         (98)
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/T/ 
(1) The Company has negotiated payment of put option premiums with various
counterparties at the time of actual settlement of the respective options.
These obligations are reflected in the risk management liability.  
Net (gains) losses from risk management activities were as follows: 
/T/ 
Three Months Ended  
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Mar 31     Mar 31  
2014       2013 
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Net realized risk management gain                      $     (75) $     (83)
Net unrealized risk management loss                           49         62 
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$     (26) $     (21)
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Financial Risk Factors 
a) Market risk  
Market risk is the risk that the fair value or future cash flows of a financial
instrument will fluctuate because of changes in market prices. The
Company's market risk is comprised of commodity price risk, interest rate
risk, and foreign currency exchange risk. 
Commodity price risk management  
The Company periodically uses commodity derivative financial instruments to
manage its exposure to commodity price risk associated with the sale of its
future crude oil and natural gas production and with natural gas purchases. At
March 31, 2014, the Company had the following derivative financial instruments
outstanding to manage its commodity price risk:  
Sales contracts  
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Remaining term        Volume      Weighted average  Index 
price       
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Crude oil                                                                   
Price                                                                       
 collars (1)  Apr 2014 - Jun 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$80.00 - US$123.09  Brent 
Apr 2014 - Dec 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$75.00 - US$121.57  Brent 
Apr 2014 - Dec 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$80.00 - US$120.17  Brent 
Apr 2014 - Dec 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$90.00 - US$120.10  Brent 
Jul 2014 - Sep 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$80.00 - US$122.09  Brent 
Jan 2015 - Dec 2015   8,000 bbl/d  US$80.00 - US$122.53  Brent 
Apr 2014 - Jun 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$80.00 - US$107.84    WTI 
Apr 2014 - Dec 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$75.00 - US$105.54    WTI 
Jul 2014 - Dec 2014  50,000 bbl/d  US$80.00 - US$107.81    WTI
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/T/ 
(1) Subsequent to March 31, 2014, the Company entered into an additional 42,000
bbl/d of US$80.00 - US$120.33 Brent collars for the period January to December
2015.  
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Weighted             
Remaining term          Volume average price       Index
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Natural gas                                                                 
AECO basis                                                                  
 swaps         Apr 2014 - Oct 2014 500,000 MMBtu/d       US$0.50  AECO/NYMEX
Put options    Apr 2014 - Oct 2014    750,000 GJ/d         $3.10        AECO
Price collars  Apr 2014 - Dec 2014    200,000 GJ/d $4.00 - $5.03        AECO
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/T/ 
The cost of outstanding put options and their respective periods of settlement
as at March 31, 2014 were as follows: 
/T/ 
Q2 2014   Q3 2014   Q4 2014
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Cost                                                  $6        $7        $2
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The Company's outstanding commodity derivative financial instruments are
expected to be settled monthly based on the applicable index pricing for the
respective contract month.  
Interest rate risk management  
The Company is exposed to interest rate price risk on its fixed rate long-term
debt and to interest rate cash flow risk on its floating rate long-term debt.
The Company periodically enters into interest rate swap contracts to manage its
fixed to floating interest rate mix on long-term debt. Interest rate swap
contracts require the periodic exchange of payments without the exchange of the
notional principal amounts on which the payments are based. At March 31, 2014,
the Company had no interest rate swap contracts outstanding.  
Foreign currency exchange rate risk management  
The Company is exposed to foreign currency exchange rate risk in Canada
primarily related to its US dollar denominated long-term debt, commercial paper
and working capital. The Company is also exposed to foreign currency exchange
rate risk on transactions conducted in other currencies and in the carrying
value of its foreign subsidiaries. The Company periodically enters into cross
currency swap contracts and foreign currency forward contracts to manage known
currency exposure on US dollar denominated long-term debt, commercial paper and
working capital. The cross currency swap contracts require the periodic
exchange of payments with the exchange at maturity of notional principal
amounts on which the payments are based. At March 31, 2014, the Company had the
following cross currency swap contracts outstanding:  
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Exchange                         
rate    Interest    Interest 
Remaining term    Amount   (US$/C$)  rate (US$)   rate (C$)
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Cross                                                                       
 currency                                                                   
Swaps       Apr 2014 - Mar 2016    US$500      1.109 Three-month Three-month 
LIBOR plus    CDOR (1) 
0.375% plus 0.309% 
Apr 2014 - Aug 2016    US$250      1.116       6.00%       5.40% 
Apr 2014 - May 2017  US$1,100      1.170       5.70%       5.10% 
Apr 2014 - Nov 2021    US$500      1.022       3.45%       3.96% 
Apr 2014 - Mar 2038    US$550      1.170       6.25%       5.76%
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/T/ 
(1) Canadian Dealer Offered Rate ("CDOR").  
All cross currency swap derivative financial instruments designated as hedges
at March 31, 2014, were classified as cash flow hedges.  
In addition to the cross currency swap contracts noted above, at March 31,
2014, the Company had US$2,193 million of foreign currency forward contracts
outstanding, with terms of approximately 30 days or less, including US$500
million designated as cash flow hedges. 
b) Credit risk  
Credit risk is the risk that a party to a financial instrument will cause a
financial loss to the Company by failing to discharge an obligation. 
Counterparty credit risk management  
The Company's accounts receivable are mainly with customers in the crude
oil and natural gas industry and are subject to normal industry credit risks.
The Company manages these risks by reviewing its exposure to individual
companies on a regular basis and where appropriate, ensures that parental
guarantees or letters of credit are in place to minimize the impact in the
event of default. At March 31, 2014, substantially all of the Company's
accounts receivable were due within normal trade terms.  
The Company is also exposed to possible losses in the event of nonperformance
by counterparties to derivative financial instruments; however, the Company
manages this credit risk by entering into agreements with counterparties that
are substantially all investment grade financial institutions and other
entities. At March 31, 2014, the Company had net risk management assets of $3
million with specific counterparties related to derivative financial
instruments (December 31, 2013 - $nil). 
c) Liquidity risk  
Liquidity risk is the risk that the Company will encounter difficulty in
meeting obligations associated with financial liabilities.  
Management of liquidity risk requires the Company to maintain sufficient cash
and cash equivalents, along with other sources of capital, consisting primarily
of cash flow from operating activities, available credit facilities, commercial
paper and access to debt capital markets, to meet obligations as they become
due. The Company believes it has adequate bank credit facilities to provide
liquidity to manage fluctuations in the timing of the receipt and/or
disbursement of operating cash flows.  
The maturity dates for financial liabilities were as follows: 
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1 to less    2 to less              
Less than         than         than              
1 year      2 years      5 years   Thereafter
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Accounts payable         $        822 $          - $          - $          -
Accrued liabilities      $      2,653 $          - $          - $          -
Risk management          $         82 $          9 $          6 $       (14)
Other long-term                                                             
 liabilities             $         21 $         30 $          - $          -
Long-term debt (1)       $      1,493 $        952 $      2,497 $      5,476
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/T/ 
(1) Long-term debt represents principal repayments only and does not reflect
fair value adjustments, interest, original issue discounts or transaction
costs.  
14. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES  
The Company has committed to certain payments as follows: 
/T/ 
Remaining                                         
2014   2015   2016   2017   2018  Thereafter
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Product transportation                                                      
 and pipeline            $       238 $  307 $  238 $  212 $  176 $     1,324
Offshore equipment                                                          
 operating leases and                                                       
 offshore drilling       $       119 $  247 $   84 $   63 $   57 $        18
Office leases            $        29 $   44 $   45 $   48 $   50 $       343
Other                    $       239 $  173 $   72 $    1 $    1 $         1
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/T/ 
In addition to the commitments disclosed above, the Company has entered into
various agreements related to the engineering, procurement and construction of
subsequent phases of Horizon. These contracts can be cancelled by the Company
upon notice without penalty, subject to the costs incurred up to and in respect
of the cancellation.  
The Company is defendant and plaintiff in a number of legal actions arising in
the normal course of business. In addition, the Company is subject to certain
contractor construction claims. The Company believes that any liabilities that
might arise pertaining to any such matters would not have a material effect on
its consolidated financial position. 
15. SEGMENTED INFORMATION 
/T/ 
Exploration and Production                          
Total      
Exploration   
Offshore        and       
North America   North Sea       Africa      Production  
(millions of         Three Months  Three Months  Three Months  Three Months 
 Canadian               Ended         Ended         Ended         Ended     
 dollars,unaudited)     Mar 31        Mar 31        Mar 31        Mar 31     
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2014   2013   2014   2013   2014   2013   2014   2013 
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Segmented product                                                           
 sales               3,657  2,808    198    177     24    208  3,879  3,193 
Less: royalties       (516)  (276)    (1)    (1)    (4)   (33)  (521)  (310)
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Segmented revenue    3,141  2,532    197    176     20    175  3,358  2,883 
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Segmented expenses                                                          
Production             663    605    123    102      7     47    793    754 
Transportation and                                                          
 blending              828    855      2      2      -      -    830    857 
Depletion,                                                                  
 depreciation and                                                           
 amortization          816    871     58    112      5     40    879  1,023 
Asset retirement                                                            
 obligation                                                                 
 accretion              22     23      9      9      2      2     33     34 
Realized risk                          -      -      -      -               
 management                                                                 
 activities            (75)   (83)                               (75)   (83)
Equity loss from                                                            
 joint venture           -      -      -      -      -      -      -      - 
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Total segmented                                                             
 expenses            2,254  2,271    192    225     14     89  2,460  2,585 
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Segmented earnings                                                          
 (loss) before the                                                          
 following             887    261      5    (49)     6     86    898    298 
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Non-segmented                                                               
 expenses                                                                   
Administration                                                              
Share-based                                                                 
 compensation                                                               
Interest and other                                                          
 financing expense                                                          
Unrealized risk                                                             
 management                                                                 
 activities                                                                 
Foreign exchange                                                            
 loss                                                                       
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Total non-segmented                                                         
 expenses                                                                   
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Earnings before                                                             
 taxes                                                                      
Current income tax                                                          
 expense                                                                    
Deferred income tax                                                         
 expense (recovery)                                                         
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Net earnings                                                                
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Oil Sands               Inter-segment                
Mining and               elimination                 
Upgrading     Midstream   and other       Total     
(millions of Canadian  Three Months Three Months Three Months  Three Months 
 dollars,unaudited)       Ended         Ended       Ended         Ended      
Mar 31       Mar 31       Mar 31        Mar 31     
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2014   2013   2014  2013  2014   2013   2014   2013 
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Segmented product                                                           
 sales                 1,082    909     31    27   (24)   (28) 4,968  4,101 
Less: royalties          (51)   (36)     -     -     -      -   (572)  (346)
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Segmented revenue      1,031    873     31    27   (24)   (28) 4,396  3,755 
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Segmented expenses                                                          
Production               412    377      9     8    (3)    (4) 1,211  1,135 
Transportation and                                                          
 blending                 20     15      -     -   (19)   (17)   831    855 
Depletion,                                                                  
 depreciation and                                                           
 amortization            130    117      2     2     -      -  1,011  1,142 
Asset retirement                         -     -     -      -               
 obligation accretion     12      8                               45     42 
Realized risk              -      -      -     -     -      -               
 management activities                                           (75)   (83)
Equity loss from joint                                                      
 venture                   -      -      1     2     -      -      1      2 
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Total segmented                                                             
 expenses                574    517     12    12   (22)   (21) 3,024  3,093 
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Segmented earnings                                                          
 (loss) before the                                                          
 following               457    356     19    15    (2)    (7) 1,372    662 
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Non-segmented expenses                                                      
Administration                                                    90     79 
Share-based                                                                 
 compensation                                                    143     71 
Interest and other                                                          
 financing expense                                                68     77 
Unrealized risk                                                             
 management activities                                            49     62 
Foreign exchange loss                                            117     46 
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Total non-segmented                                                         
 expenses                                                        467    335 
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Earnings before taxes                                            905    327 
Current income tax                                                          
 expense                                                         126    141 
Deferred income tax                                                         
 expense (recovery)                                              157    (27)
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Net earnings                                                     622    213 
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/T/ 
Capital Expenditures (1) 
/T/ 
Three Months Ended             
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Mar 31, 2014               
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Non-cash                
and fair                
Net          value    Capitalized 
expenditures     changes(2)          costs
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Exploration and evaluation                                                  
 assets                                                                     
Exploration and Production                                                  
 North America                  $          100 $         (47) $           53
 North Sea                                   -              -              -
 Offshore Africa                            17              -             17
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$          117 $         (47) $           70
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Property, plant and equipment                                               
Exploration and Production                                                  
 North America                  $          987 $         (18) $          969
 North Sea                                  88              -             88
 Offshore Africa                             -              -              -
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1,075           (18)          1,057
Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading                                              
 (3)                                       579            (7)            572
Midstream                                   25              -             25
Head office                                 10            (1)              9
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$        1,689 $         (26) $        1,663
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Three Months Ended              
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Mar 31, 2013               
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Non-cash                 
and fair                
Net          value    Capitalized 
expenditures     changes(2)          costs
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Exploration and evaluation                                                  
 assets                                                                     
Exploration and Production                                                  
 North America                  $           76 $         (22) $           54
 North Sea                                   -              -              -
 Offshore Africa                             1              -              1
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$           77 $         (22) $           55
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Property, plant and equipment                                               
Exploration and Production                                                  
 North America                  $        1,017 $         (34) $          983
 North Sea                                  85              -             85
 Offshore Africa                            29              -             29
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1,131           (34)          1,097
Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading                                              
 (3)                                       461          (116)            345
Midstream                                    5              -              5
Head office                                  7              -              7
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$        1,604 $        (150) $        1,454
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/T/ 
(1) This table provides a reconciliation of capitalized costs including
derecognitions and does not include the impact of foreign exchange adjustments. 
(2) Asset retirement obligations, deferred income tax adjustments related to
differences between carrying amounts and tax values, transfers of exploration
and evaluation assets, and other fair value adjustments.  
(3) Net expenditures for Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading also include
capitalized interest and share-based compensation.  
Segmented Assets  
/T/ 
Total Assets     
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Mar 31     Dec 31 
2014       2013
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Exploration and Production                                                  
  North America                                        $   29,918 $   29,234
  North Sea                                                 2,059      1,964
  Offshore Africa                                           1,009        981
  Other                                                        50         25
Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading                             19,209     18,604
Midstream                                                     894        841
Head office                                                   109        105
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$   53,248 $   51,754
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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION  
INTEREST COVERAGE RATIOS  
The following financial ratios are provided in connection with the
Company's continuous offering of medium-term notes pursuant to the short
form prospectus dated November 2013. These ratios are based on the
Company's interim consolidated financial statements that are prepared in
accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in Canada. 
/T/ 
Interest coverage ratios for the twelve month period ended March           
 31, 2014:                                                                  
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Interest coverage (times)                                                   
  Net earnings (1)                                                      8.8x
  Cash flow from operations (2)                                        20.0x
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/T/ 
(1) Net earnings plus income taxes and interest expense excluding current and
deferred PRT expense and other taxes; divided by the sum of interest expense
and capitalized interest.  
(2) Cash flow from operations plus current income taxes and interest expense
excluding current PRT expense and other taxes; divided by the sum of interest
expense and capitalized interest.  
CONFERENCE CALL  
A conference call will be held at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time, 11:00 a.m. Eastern
Time on Friday, May 9, 2014. The North American conference call number is
1-877-223-4471 and the outside North American conference call number is
001-647-788-4922. Please call in about 10 minutes before the starting time in
order to be patched into the call.  
A taped rebroadcast will be available until 6:00 p.m. Mountain Time, Friday,
May 16, 2014. To access the rebroadcast in North America, dial 1-800-585-8367.
Those outside of North America, dial 001-416-621-4642. The conference ID number
to use is 58303226. 
WEBCAST  
The conference call will also be broadcast live on the internet and may be
accessed through the Canadian Natural website at www.cnrl.com.  
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: 
Steve W. Laut
President
or
Corey B. Bieber
Chief Financial Officer & Senior Vice-President, Finance
or
Douglas A. Proll
Executive Vice-President
or
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
2500, 855 - 2nd Street S.W.
Calgary, Alberta, T2P 4J8 Canada
Phone: (403) 514-7777
(403) 514-7888
ir@cnrl.com 
INDUSTRY:  Energy and Utilities - Oil and Gas  
SUBJECT:  ERN 
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