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Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp., an oil and gas company, explores for, develops, and produces crude oil and natural gas in Colombia, Peru, Guatemala, Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Guyana, and Belize. The company holds interests in the Rubiales, Piriri, and Quifa heavy oil fields in the Llanos Basin, Colombia; and the La Creciente natural gas field in the northwestern area of Colombia. It has an interest in 95 blocks consisting of 74 blocks in Colombia, 9 blocks in Peru, 2 blocks in Guatemala, 8 blocks in Brazil, 1 block in Papua New Guinea, and 1 block in Belize; and operates oil pipelines in Colombia. The company was formerly known as Petro Rubiales Energy Corp. and changed its name to Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. in January 2008. Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

2,877 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/13/14
Founded in 1985

pacific rubiales energy corp (PRE) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: C$995.1K
President, Director, Member of Reserves Commi...
Total Annual Compensation: C$946.3K
Executive Co-Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: C$995.1K
Executive Co-Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: C$995.1K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$635.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

pacific rubiales energy corp (PRE) Key Developments

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. Presents at Credit Suisse Energy Summit 2015, Feb-23-2015

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. Presents at Credit Suisse Energy Summit 2015, Feb-23-2015 . Venue: Vail Cascade Resort & Spa, 1300 Westhaven Drive, Vail, Colorado, United States. Speakers: Jose Francisco Arata, President, Director, Member of Reserves Committee and Member of Sustainability Committee.

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. Announces Successful Sidetrack Drilling Confirms Light Oil Discovery in Offshore Santos Basin, Brazil

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. announced the results from the Kangaroo-2 appraisal well sidetracks drilled in the shallow offshore, Santos Basin, Brazil. The Kangaroo-2 appraisal well drilled in exploration Block S-M-1165, confirmed a 250 meter (820 foot) gross, 135 meter (443 foot) net oil column intersection in Paleocene and Maastrichtian aged reservoirs, as announced November 26, 2014. The Company has a 35% participating interest in the wells and five surrounding blocks. Karoon Gas Australia Ltd. holds the remaining 65% interest and is operator of the block. Two separate extended production tests in the Kangaroo-2 appraisal wellbore, flowed 31° to 38° API light oil at maximum rates of between 2,500 bbl/d and 3,700 bbl/d (stabilized rates of 1,820 bbl/d 3,450 bbl/d, respectively). In early January, production testing in the Kangaroo-2 wellbore was completed and preparations began to commence a side-track drilling program to better define potential resource size and recovery factors. Side-track-1 was drilled to a down-dip location to target potential reservoirs on the eastern side of an interpreted fault. Side-track-2 was drilled in an up-dip location to test reservoir and hydrocarbon potential towards the salt wall seal. The Kangaroo-2 down-dip side-track was drilled to a 2,745 meter depth, and a wireline program was conducted. The down-dip side-track intersected oil bearing Maastrichtian reservoir on the east side of the fault as expected. Five reservoir fluid samples were recovered by wireline from a 50 metre (164 foot) gross oil column in the Maastrichtian section with a net to gross of 36% and an average porosity of 24%. One sample was opened on surface and contained 3 litres of 38° API oil.

Ashmore Interested In Acquiring Assets Of Ecopetrol And Pacific Rubiales

Ashmore Group PLC (LSE:ASHM) has received calls from Ecopetrol SA (BVC:ECOPETROL) and Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. (TSX:PRE) to gauge its interest in acquiring assets from the two oil companies, Ashmore Regional President Camilo Villaveces has informed Mergermarket. According to Villaveces, the two groups reached out to Ashmore through separate calls last week, saying they plan to sell assets as a means of boosting their liquidity. As Villaveces told Mergermarket, Ashmore has serious interest in acquiring assets from Ecopetrol and Pacific Rubiales. After the recent plunge in oil prices, both Ecopetrol and Pacific Rubiales have unveiled intentions to divest non-core assets, Mergermarket said.


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