January 29, 2015 2:42 PM ET

Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels

Company Overview of Crestar Energy Inc.

Company Overview

In November 2000, Crestar Energy, Inc. was acquired by Gulf Canada Resources Limited. Previously Crestar Energy, Inc. engaged in the exploration and production in oil and gas reserves in western Canada. It conducted its operations in western region and southern region of western Canada. The company owned and operated 14 natural gas processing plants and 11 oil treating batteries in the western region. It owned and operated five natural gas processing plants and 31 oil treating batteries in the southern region.

333 Seventh Avenue S.W.

Suite 3000

Calgary, AB T2P 4M8


Founded in 1985





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