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Last €2.78 EUR
Change Today +0.059 / 2.17%
Volume 0.0
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As of 3:44 PM 09/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

pacific rubiales energy corp (3PY1) Snapshot

Open
€2.70
Previous Close
€2.72
Day High
€2.86
Day Low
€2.68
52 Week High
09/5/14 - €15.42
52 Week Low
03/18/15 - €1.80
Market Cap
877.5M
Average Volume 10 Days
153.0
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
316.1M
EX-Date
03/16/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
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Dividend Yield
9.37%
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pacific rubiales energy corp (3PY1) Details

Pacific Exploration & Production Corporation engages in the exploration, development, and production of natural gas and crude oil in Colombia, Peru, Guatemala, Brazil, Guyana, Belize, and Papua New Guinea. It owns a 100% interest in the Rubiales, Piriri, and Quifa heavy oil fields in the Llanos Basin; and the La Creciente natural gas field in the northwestern area of Colombia. The company also holds a 50% interest in the CPE-6 block, which is part of the same heavy oil belt that includes the Rubiales and Quifa fields. It has interest in 88 blocks comprising 63 blocks in Colombia, 9 blocks in Peru, 2 blocks in Guatemala, 8 blocks in Brazil, 2 blocks in Papua New Guinea, 3 blocks in Guyana, and 1 block in Belize; and operates pipelines in Colombia. The company was formerly known as Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. and changed its name to Pacific Exploration & Production Corporation in August 2015. Pacific Exploration & Production Corporation was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

2,975 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/18/15
Founded in 1985

pacific rubiales energy corp (3PY1) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: C$1.4M
President, Director, Member of Reserves Commi...
Total Annual Compensation: C$1.4M
Executive Co-Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: C$1.4M
Executive Co-Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: C$1.4M
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$887.7K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

pacific rubiales energy corp (3PY1) Key Developments

Pacific Exploration & Production Corp. Announces Start of Operations of Puerto Bahía Port Facilities in Cartagena, Colombia

Pacific Exploration & Production Corp. announced the start of operations of Puerto Bahía port facilities in Cartagena, Colombia. The terminal officially commenced liquid and general bulk transport operations on August 28, 2015, opening a multi-modal and specialized port for the public. The port, built at a cost of approximately USD 600 million, consists of two terminals: a hydrocarbon terminal and a dry cargo terminal. The hydrocarbon terminal has an initial storage capacity of 2.4 million barrels, in eight storage tanks for both naphtha and crude oil and has the capacity to load Suezmax tankers (up to a one million barrels capacity). In addition, it has a truck loading/unloading station and a barge terminal offering complete flexibility in hydrocarbon transportation logistics. The bulk loading terminal has a 300 meter long dock and can handle post-Panamax ships. It has an area of 12 hectares available for storage with room for future expansion. The port is accessed by sea, river, and land in the Bay of Cartagena, on the north side of Barú Island and has a natural draft of 20 meters.

Pacific Exploration & Production Corp. Announces Board Changes

Pacific Exploration & Production Corp. announced that the company has entered into an agreement (nomination agreement) with: ALFA, S.A.B. de C.V.; and Alejandro Betancourt, O'Hara Administration Co., S.A. and the various shareholders they represent, with respect to the appointment of four new directors to the Board of Directors. Pursuant to the terms of the nomination agreement, ALFA and the O'Hara Group will each be entitled to nominate two individuals to the Board of Directors. ALFA will nominate Messrs. José de Jesús Valdez Simancas and Raul Millares and O'Hara will nominate Messrs. Alejandro Betancourt and Orlando Alvarado, as members of the Board of Directors, subject to applicable regulatory approvals. Mr. Valdez joined ALFA in 1976 and is currently the President of Alpek. Mr. Millares is the Energy Manager for ALFA. With more than thirty years of experience at ALFA, Mr. Millares has held different executive positions including Chief Financial Officer of Alpek, manager of planning and development of Alpek, manager of Europe and Asia of Nemak, manager of planning and corporate development of Nemak, Chief Executive Officer of Indelpro, Chief Executive Officer of Akra Nylon and Chief Executive Officer of Polioles. Mr. Betancourt is Chairman and Founder of Derwick Associates. In this regard, Messrs. Miguel Rodriguez, Neil Woodyer, Victor Rivera and German Efromovich have resigned from the Board of Directors, effective immediately.

Pacific Exploration & Production Corp. Announces Executive Changes

Pacific Exploration & Production Corp. announced the retirement of Mr. José Francisco Arata as President and director of the company effective immediately. Mr. Ronald Pantin will be taking over the responsibilities of President in addition to his present responsibilities as Chief Executive Officer. The company announced the appointment of Ms. Mónica De Greiff as an independent director to the Board of Directors effective immediately and subject to applicable regulatory approvals. Ms. De Greiff is an attorney specializing in administrative law and has more than twenty years of experience. She is currently the president of the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce and her past experience includes being President of Grupo Energía de Bogotá (Energy Group of Bogota) and Vice-President, Legal and Public Affairs of Shell Colombia. Ms. De Greiff has also had a distinguished political career in Colombia, having served as Minister of Mines and Energy and later serving as Minister of Justice.

 

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