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Two weeks ago the details were released about RBC's and Petro-Canada's latest offer and expansion of their partnership. As of today RBC clients can now link their Petro-Points card to any personal or business RBC debit or credit card to instantly receive 3¢ per litre fuel savings and earn 20 per cent more Petro-Points on qualifying purchases made at Petro-Canada. RBC Rewards credit card holders will also earn 20 per cent more RBC Rewards points on their Petro-Canada purchases. Unlike other loyalty programs where the benefits are limited to a specific card, Canadians will be able to use every RBC card in their wallet to save instantly on fuel and earn more rewards points. Clients simply need to link their Petro-Points card to their RBC profile online once by visiting the secure RBC website, rbc.com/petro-canada Compared to the last offer that ended yesterday providing a 2 cents per litre discount the discount now becomes greater however you need to tie your cards together from RBC and Petro-Points unlike the previous offer where you just swiped your card to get the discount. This means you have to become a Petro-Points member and link your RBC Credit or Debit card to that account. We posed a question back on the 18th was whether tying in an RBC card to the Petro-Points card affects other cards tied into Petro-Points like HBC, More Rewards and so on. We received a response from Suncor (Petro-Canada / Petro-Points parent company) Our Question: "currently with Petro-Points you can link multiple other loyalty accounts to your Petro-Points and get the 20% bonus points from each of them and will that be the case with RBC as well? That is if you link your RBC card and your HBC card will you a 20% bonus twice? ” Suncor's Answer: "You will continue to get points on any of our Petro-Points partners that you have linked your cards up on, the points will be calculated on the base spend." It looks like you'll continue to earn all the bonuses and points from all linked cards. Currently I have More Rewards, HBC and SPC linked to my Petro-Points card. I add edmy West Jet RBC World Elite Master Card today and that should mean I'll get the 20% bonus Petro-Points three times (RBC, SPC, HBC) and still collect the More Rewards points as well, not to mention saving 3 cents per litre if I choose to use the West Jet card for those purchases but that may be tough as my American Express Gold Rewards card still provides better value than the 3 cents off especially with the jump in prices at the pump we experienced today. Dana Petroleum plc (“Dana", “the Group” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company (through its subsidiary Dana Petroleum (E&P) Limited) has entered into an agreement to acquire the entire issued share capital of Petro Canada Netherlands BV (“Petro Canada Netherlands”) from Petro Canada (International) Holdings B. (“Suncor”) for an estimated net cash consideration of approximately €328 million (approximately £270 million or US$393 million)2 (the "Adjusted Consideration"), (the “Acquisition”). Petro Canada Netherlands is an upstream oil and gas exploration and production company operating in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. The Acquisition is a Class 1 transaction for Dana under the Listing Rules and is therefore conditional on the approval of Dana shareholders. A notice convening the general meeting of Dana’s shareholders will be set out in the circular to shareholders of Dana (the "Circular"). The Circular is expected to be published in July 2010 with the general meeting taking place approximately three weeks thereafter. Assuming this condition is satisfied, Dana currently expects the Acquisition to complete in the third quarter of 2010, approximately one month following the publication of the Circular to Dana shareholders. In connection with the Acquisition, and as part of a broader corporate refinancing initiative, the Company has agreed terms with the Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC") for the provision of a US$900 million term loan and revolving credit facility to be fully underwritten by RBC (the "Facility"). Key Acquisition highlights The Acquisition represents the Company’s largest acquisition to date and the Dana Board believes that the Acquisition provides significant operational and financial benefits, including: Petro Canada Netherlands has interests in a number of currently producing fields, namely the De Ruyter (54.07%) and Hanze (45%) oil fields which are both operated by Petro Canada Netherlands, the Petro Canada Netherlands operated Hanze gas field (27%) and a number of non-operated gas interests in the L05b&c (30%) and L08b area (25-30%) operated by Wintershall, and the P15 area (9-11%) and P18 area (0.7-4%) operated by the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (“TAQA”). In addition, Petro Canada Netherlands has a 12% equity interest in the Alkmaar ("PGI") gas storage project operated by TAQA. Gas production in the Netherlands has the added benefit of a strong oil price linkage in the commercial gas sales agreements. The Dana Board believes that Petro Canada Netherlands has a proven track record in operations and project development as a self-sufficient operating company. This has been driven by rigorous and well established management systems and health, safety and environment procedures and protocols, and is supported by a highly experienced and well qualified work force. The Dana Board believes that there is the opportunity to create significant additional value for Dana shareholders from the existing Petro Canada Netherlands portfolio. The Dana Board anticipates that this would be achieved via developments in the core areas and exploration centred around existing infrastructure hubs. Medway in the De Ruyter Area offers near term production through an integrated oil and gas development with start up planned for 2012. The recent L06-B HPHT gas discovery should provide further reserves growth in the L05, L06, L08 areas, whilst the L06-LS5 exploration prospect, which is currently being drilled, should also provide further upside potential. Full details of Petro Canada Netherlands’ reserves and resources, including an independent economic evaluation thereof, will be set out in a Competent Person’s Report on Petro Canada Netherlands to be included within the Circular. Finance for the Acquisition and for the Group’s ongoing corporate requirements will be provided by RBC, through a fully committed and underwritten US$900 million Facility comprising a four year term loan of US$300 million and a five year US$600 million revolving credit facility, which the Dana Board believes have been procured on competitive terms. The Facility, which will be syndicated in due course, has been sized to provide funding for the Company’s anticipated development spend profile over the coming years in connection with the Western Isles and Barbara/Phyllis projects in the UK; to provide capacity to re-finance the Group’s convertible bond should bondholders exercise the investor put in July 2012; to provide for up to $50 million of letters of credit and for general corporate purposes. Availability of the Facility is subject to terms and conditions typical for a facility of this nature, including the finalisation of the Facility documentation and satisfactory conclusion of due diligence by RBC. Commenting on the Acquisition, Tom Cross, Chief Executive Officer of Dana, said: “This transaction represents Dana’s fourth international acquisition in the past three years and is the most significant and exciting development in the Company’s history. It builds upon our portfolio approach to the E&P business and provides a significant production and reserve growth step for the Group. In addition, the Acquisition adds considerably to our operating capability in the North Sea, better positioning Dana to capitalise on the operated developments emerging from our own organic portfolio and to pursue further operated opportunities in the future. It also extends our existing UK gas business, providing a European gas context and a first time exposure to gas storage technology and opportunities. Together with the Dana’s emerging gas development potential in the Nile Delta and offshore Morocco, the Group will, following completion of the Acquisition, be more balanced with an approximately oil:gas ratio in terms of 2P reserves and approximately oil:gas ratio in terms of near term production. We are also further developing our relationship with RBC, first established with the Bow Valley acquisition in 2009. RBC has agreed to underwrite the debt facility for the Acquisition. This facility will address our financing needs for the foreseeable future, whilst allowing us to drive forward our exploration programme and to continue to review selected value-adding growth opportunities. RBC Capital Markets is joint financial advisor on the transaction alongside RBS Hoare Govett. Going forward, RBS Hoare Govett and RBC Capital Markets will be joint brokers to Dana and we look forward to building upon these relationships.” Background to and reasons for the Acquisition Dana’s strategy is to build a balanced portfolio of assets at all stages in the exploration and production life-cycle. As at 31 December 2009, the Group had proven and probable reserves of 223 million barrels of oil equivalent and is producing from 36 oil and gas fields across four countries. In addition, Dana has a full and ongoing programme of field development opportunities and an active exploration drilling programme, with a total of 18 exploration wells planned for 2010, offering the potential for material additions to the Group’s reserves and resources base. As part of this strategy, and alongside the Group’s commitment to achieving organic growth through development and exploration activities, the Dana Board seeks to identify opportunities to acquire reserves and production on a commercially attractive basis. The Board believes that the Acquisition represents an important step in the execution of this strategy. The Acquisition will significantly add to the Group’s reserves and production, introduce further diversity into Dana’s existing portfolio and provide a focused growth step in The Netherlands with immediate scale, existing infrastructure and operating capability. Information on Petro Canada Netherlands Petro Canada Netherlands is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Petro Canada (International) Holdings BV, which in turn is a wholly owned subsidiary of Suncor, the Canadian integrated energy company, and includes all of Suncor’s assets in The Netherlands. This sale is part of Suncor’s publicly announced divestment programme following its merger with Petro Canada in 2009. Each of Petro Canada Netherlands’ principal areas of operation are described in more detail below. The De Ruyter Area is located in the southern part of the Dutch North Sea and comprises five main blocks, P08c, P10a, P10b, P11b and P14a, all currently operated by Petro Canada Netherlands. The key producing asset in the area is the De Ruyter oil and gas field, which has been developed with a single steel Gravity Based Structure ("GBS") platform and is currently producing from three wells. Oil is stored in the GBS and exported via shuttle tanker. Gas is exported via the Wintershall operated P12-SW and P6-A platforms before onwards export to shore via the NGT pipeline system. Net 2010 production from the De Ruyter Area to end April has averaged 4,664 boepd. A number of oil and gas discoveries have been made in the De Ruyter Area, the most significant being the nearby Van Nes (gas) and the Van Ghent (oil and gas) discoveries that together form the Medway Development Project. This integrated oil and gas project will utilise the existing De Ruyter facilities. Project sanction is expected to be in Q3 2010, with first production in early 2012. A number of discoveries and exploration prospects and leads have also been identified in the greater De Ruyter Area that, once matured as projects, could potentially be developed as satellite fields. The Medway Project is being designed to accommodate the tie-in of any future discoveries. The Hanze Area is located in the northern part of the Dutch continental shelf and consists of the operated F02a and F06b blocks as well as the non-operated B17a licence. Block F02a contains the main producing assets, the Hanze oil field and the F02a Pliocene gas field. Net 2010 production from the Hanze Area to end April has averaged 3,236 boepd. Both fields are produced via the F2-A Hanze GBS platform, which is very similar to De Ruyter, allowing for ongoing operational synergies. Oil is stored in the GBS platform and exported by shuttle tanker, while the gas is exported via the NOGAT pipeline system. The Dana Board anticipates that future growth in the area will come from further development and exploration activity and, following completion of the Acquisition, intends to use the Hanze platform as a central processing hub. Block F06b contains the Huygens prospect that is likely to be drilled later in 2010 or early 2011. In addition, Block B17a currently has a Production Licence Application pending for the B17a Shallow Gas discovery (B17-A). The Dana Board believes that Block F02a also contains additional prospects (with unrisked resource potential of 21 mmboe) in the Jurassic and Chalk reservoirs as well as other shallow gas anomalies highlighted on the processed seismic survey. The L05/L06/L08 Area (“L Area”) is located in the central part of the Dutch Continental Shelf. The L Area comprises six blocks: L05b, L05c, L06a, L06b, L08b and L16a all currently operated by Wintershall. The L Area is managed as a group of fields with central processing of gas on the manned platform L8-P4 and export route via the NGT pipeline. L8-P4 is owned by the L08b licence holders who operate and maintain the platform as per the L8-P4 service agreements. The principal fields in this area are the mature Rotliegendes (dry) gas fields in the L08b/L05c licences and the recently developed deep HPHT Rotliegendes (dry) gas fields in the L05b/L06b licences. The key producing assets are the L05-B and L05-C HPHT fields, the L08-A-West field, the L08-P1 field, and the L08-P3 and L08-P4 unitised fields. Net 2010 production from the L Area to end April has averaged 3,786 boepd. Wintershall has recently applied for a production licence for the area containing the recent L06-B HPHT gas discovery. This field will be tied back to the L8-P4 platform and field development is pending completion of the L06-LS5 well. The scale of the development will be dependent upon the results from this low risk exploration well. The Dana Board believes that future growth from the L Area is likely to come from the L06-B development and drilling up of a number of further, low risk, gas prospects around the area. Total net unrisked resources for the L Area are approximately 25 mmboe. The P15/P18c Area is located in the southern part of the Dutch North Sea and comprises four main blocks: P15a, P15b, P15c and P18c, all currently operated by TAQA. In addition, there are two unitised areas – the P15-E Unit and the P18a-P18c Unit in which Petro Canada Netherlands participates. The P15/P18c Area has seven platforms (three main and four satellites) and three subsea completions. Common gas processing is handled on the P15-D platform which also provides third party gas processing for nearby NAM Q16 field. Gas export is via a dedicated pipeline to Maasvlakte near Rotterdam. Within the licence areas, Petro Canada Netherlands has minority equity interests in three companies which hold participating interests in eight mature gas fields (13 producing wells). Due to the maturity of the assets, the Dana Board believes that any upside potential is likely to come from field extension through well workovers and production optimisation. In addition, the Dana Board understands that the operator of the P15/-18c Area, TAQA, is currently investigating a range of re-use options, including carbon capture and sequestration, which may, in the event these re-use options are implemented, have the dual benefits of generating new income and deferring abandonment. The Petro Canada Netherlands operated Tromp prospect in the neighbouring P14a licence also extends into P15a licence. The TAQA operated Bergen II Concession is located near the city of Alkmaar in the Netherlands. The concession includes nine developed gas fields and the Heiloo discovery. Given the maturity of the area, only three of the nine fields are still producing. Net 2010 production from the P15/P18c Area and the onshore Bergen area to the end of April has averaged 375 boepd. The Alkmaar field was converted to storage in 1996 and is the most significant asset in the area. The asset is now known as the Peak Gas Installation (“PGI”) storage facility. The PGI storage facility generates a cashflow that is not linked to commodity prices. Transport, processing and compression services for the Bergen II Concession are provided by the Bergen Drying Facility in Koedijk with evacuation into the Gasunie gas grid. The PGI storage facility is expected to continue to generate steady cashflow until March 2017 when the current contract (fixed fee capacity agreement) expires. The PGI storage facility offers the opportunity for expansion of the current facility and capacity as well as the possibility of an extension of the current contract beyond March 2017. The Dana Board believes that Petro Canada Netherlands has a strong technical and operational management team with extensive experience in the upstream oil and gas industry, operating from the company’s office located in The Hague. The Petro Canada Netherlands management team is assisted by an experienced administrative and support team. In total, Petro Canada Netherlands employs 165 members of staff, of whom 83 are permanent staff, 22 are contractors and 60 are service provider contractors. In addition, the current Petro Canada Netherlands workforce includes three employees with a UK-based employment contract. These individuals are currently employed by another Suncor group company. For a period of six months after completion of the Acquisition, Suncor will continue to provide these three individuals to Dana. Petro Canada Netherlands’ management systems, and in particular the company’s HSE systems, have been recognised as ‘best in class’ both within the Suncor group and by the Dutch authorities. For the year ended 31 December 2009, Petro Canada Netherlands’ average daily production was 14,589 boepd and this generated profits before tax of €123.4 million. As at 31 December 2009, Petro Canada Netherlands had gross assets of €166.8 million. This financial information has been extracted directly from the annual report of Petro Canada Netherlands for the year ended 31 December 2009 which is stated as being prepared in accordance with Part 9, Book 2 of the Dutch Civil Code and Dutch GAAP. Gross assets are stated at historical cost and do not reflect the fair value accounting undertaken by Suncor in connection with its acquisition of the Petro Canada group during 2009. A full three year pro forma financial track record for Petro Canada Netherlands, prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards as adopted by the EU and using the accounting policies adopted by Dana, will be set out in the Circular. For the reasons outlined, the Dana Board notes that the financial information on Petro Canada Netherlands presented in the Circular could differ materially to the financial information set out above. Terms of the Acquisition The Acquisition will be effected through a sale and purchase agreement (“SPA”) between Dana Petroleum (E&P) Limited, as the buyer, and Petro Canada (International) Holdings B. The SPA contains customary provisions for a transaction of this nature in the oil and gas sector. The obligations of Dana Petroleum (E&P) Limited and Petro Canada (International) Holdings B. are guaranteed in the SPA by Dana and Suncor respectively. The Adjusted Consideration will be a cash payment by Dana at completion of approximately €328 million. The Adjusted Consideration is calculated by taking the headline consideration amount of €445 million at 1 January 2010 and deducting an amount equal to the sum of the debt owed by Suncor to Petro Canada Netherlands as at 31 December 2009 and the post tax cashflow generated by Petro Canada Netherlands between 1 January 2010 and the date of completion of the Acquisition. Certain other adjustments will also be taken into account in determining the Adjusted Consideration payable on completion of the Acquisition. The total adjustments are currently estimated to be approximately €117 million (approximately £96 million or US$ 140 million), resulting in the Adjusted Consideration payable at completion to Petro Canada (International) Holdings B. being €328 million (approximately £270 million or US$ 393 million) assuming completion occurs at the end of July 2010. The SPA is conditional upon approval of the Acquisition by Dana shareholders. Dana will be liable to pay a break fee of €8 million in the event that Dana shareholder approval is not received or Dana is otherwise in material breach of its obligations under the SPA and there has been no other event which would have otherwise caused the Acquisition not to complete. In the event that a material adverse change event occurs, defined in the SPA as an event affecting the key operated assets of the De Ruyter and Hanze Areas and where such event results in certain financial thresholds being breached, Dana has the ability to terminate the SPA. The SPA also contains customary provisions and protections for Dana in relation to the manner in which Petro Canada Netherlands may conduct the business in the period between signing the SPA and completion of the Acquisition. A more detailed summary of the SPA will be set out in the Circular. Financing of the Acquisition In connection with the Acquisition, and as part of a broader corporate refinancing initiative, RBC will provide a committed and fully underwritten US$900 million term loan and revolving credit facility. The Facility comprises a four year term loan of US$300 million and a five year US$600 million revolving credit facility. The Facility, which will be syndicated in due course, has been sized to provide funding for the Company’s anticipated development spend profile over coming years in connection with the Western Isles and Barbara/Phyllis projects in the UK, to provide capacity to re-finance the Group’s convertible bond should bondholders exercise the investor put in July 2012, and to provide for up to US$50 million of letters of credit and for general corporate purposes. The Facility will be utilised to re-pay and re-finance the Company’s existing revolving credit and letter of credit facilities. Availability of the Facility is subject to terms and conditions typical for a facility of this nature, including the finalisation of the Facility documentation and satisfactory conclusion of due diligence by RBC. Financial effects of the Acquisition The Dana Board expects the Acquisition will enhance earnings per Dana share in the first full year following the Acquisition, and that the enlarged group capital expenditure will increase to approximately £253 million for 2010 and £350 million for 2011. Advisors In connection with the Acquisition, RBS Hoare Govett and RBC Capital Markets are acting as joint financial advisors to Dana and Allen & Overy LLP are acting as legal advisors to Dana. Mc Grigors LLP advised Dana on legal aspects of the new Facility. In addition, Dana has been assisted by Ernst & Young LLP, for financial and tax advice, and by Aon Energy, in respect of insurance advice. 14 June, 2010 1 This figure assumes the Acquisition completes on 31 July 2010 and takes into account certain agreed adjustments to be made to the Acquisition price pursuant to the Sale and Purchase Agreement entered into by the parties. 2 Using a €/£ exchange rate of 0.825 and €/$ exchange rate of 1.199 as at 10 June 2010 3 This statement does not constitute a profit forecast and should not be interpreted to mean that earnings in the first full year following the Acquisition, nor in any subsequent period, will necessarily match or be greater than those for the relevant preceding financial year. NOTES TO EDITORS: Dana Petroleum plc is a leading independent oil and gas, exploration and production company listed on the London Stock Exchange (symbol: DNX), and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. The Group currently produces from 36 oil and gas fields across four countries and holds more than 100 interests in exploration and production licences spanning nine countries. Dana's activities are focused within its two core areas of Europe (North Sea) and Africa (North & West). In Africa, Dana has production, development and exploration interests across Egypt, oil and gas discoveries offshore Mauritania and Morocco, and additional exploration opportunities offshore Senegal and Guinea. In Europe, Dana's producing interests are currently focused on oil and gas in the UK North Sea, oil offshore Norway and gas offshore The Netherlands. Dana also has significant development and exploration opportunities across the North Sea and in the West of Shetland region. For further information please refer to our website at danapetroleum.RBS Hoare Govett Limited is acting exclusively for Dana and for no-one else in relation to the Acquisition, and will not be responsible to any other person for providing the protections afforded to clients of RBS Hoare Govett Limited nor for providing advice in connection with the Acquisition. Royal Bank of Canada is acting exclusively for Dana and for no-one else in relation to the Acquisition, and will not be responsible to any other person for providing the protections afforded to clients of Royal Bank of Canada nor for providing advice in connection with the Acquisition. Forward-looking statements Certain statements in this announcement are forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve a number of risks, uncertainties or assumptions that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. These risks, uncertainties or assumptions could adversely affect the outcome and financial effects of the plans and events described herein. Forwardlooking statements contained in this announcement regarding past trends or activities should not be taken as a representation that such trends or activities will continue in the future. Undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this announcement. Except as required by law or regulation, Dana is not under an obligation to update or keep current the forward-looking statements contained in this announcement or to correct any inaccuracies which may become apparent in such forwardlooking statements. Lier petro canada rbc royal bank westjet mastercard Vous pouvez échanger vos Petro-Points chez Petro-Canada en utilisant votre carte RBC liée. Chaque fois que vous utilisez votre carte RBC liée pour acheter toute qualité d’essence ou de diesel à un établissement Petro-Canada, vous économisez trois cents 0,03 $ le litre au moment de l’opération. Not all RBC debit or credit cards earn RBC Reward points. Each time you use your linked Eligible RBC Rewards Credit Card to pay for purchases at a Retail Petro-Canada Location, you will earn a bonus of twenty percent 20% more RBC Rewards points than you normally earn for every $1 in purchases in accordance with the RBC Rewards Terms and Conditions. To participate in this offer, you must have an RBC debit or credit card which is issued by Royal Bank of Canada (excluding RBC commercial credit cards) (“RBC Card”). RBC Business Clients will only be able to link up to two (2) Business Credit Cards and one Business Debit Card to a Petro-Points card. Any/every/your card means an RBC Card that is linked to a Petro-Points card. A linked RBC Member means you have an RBC debit or credit card issued by Royal Bank of Canada (excluding RBC commercial credit cards) (“RBC Card”) that is linked to a Petro-Points card. You must be enrolled in RBC Online Banking or RBC Mobile app in order to link your RBC Card to your Petro-Points card. Card linking may take up to 2 business days to process before savings and bonus points can be applied to purchases. A Linked RBC Card means an RBC Card linked to a Petro-Points Account. Your Linked RBC Card acts as your Petro-Points card. You will automatically earn Petro-Points when you pay for qualifying purchases with your Linked RBC card at Petro-Canada Locations and you do not need to swipe your Petro-Points card before you pay. You can redeem your Petro-Points at Petro-Canada using your Linked RBC Card. Each time you use your Linked RBC Card to purchase any grade of gasoline, or diesel, at a Petro-Canada Location, you will save three cents ($0.03) per litre at the time of the transaction. Each time you use your Linked RBC Card to pay for qualifying purchases at a Petro-Canada Location, you will earn a bonus of twenty percent (20%) more Petro-Points than you normally earn, in accordance with the Petro-Points terms and conditions available at https:// Petro-Points are not awarded on tobacco products, vaping products, gift cards, transit tickets and taxes on non-petroleum purchases. Only certain RBC credit cards earn RBC Rewards points. Each time you use your Linked RBC Card that earns RBC Rewards points to pay for purchases at a Petro-Canada Location, you will earn a bonus of twenty percent (20%) more RBC Rewards points than you normally earn for every $1 in purchases in accordance with the RBC Rewards Terms and Conditions. Please allow up to ninety (90) days from the date the transaction is posted on your credit card statement for the bonus points to be deposited into RBC Rewards account. To be eligible for this offer, your application for the RBC Rewards credit card must be received between July 1, 2019 and Sept 23, 2019 and it must be approved by us. To receive the $50 statement credit (“credit”) (i) your application must be approved by us, (ii) you must spend $500 or more with your new credit card before December 31, 2019, (iii) your credit card account must be in good standing since your account open date and (iv) the credit will be posted to your account on your January 2020 statement if the spend criteria has been met. Additional cardholder(s), as well as existing RBC Avion Visa Infinite or RBC Avion Visa Platinum, RBC Cathay Pacific Visa Infinite, RBC Rewards Visa Preferred, RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege and RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege for Private Banking cardholders, applying for or transferring to an RBC Rewards card as of the offer eligibility period, are not eligible for this offer. This offer is eligible for the RBC Rewards card only and from new applications from and only one credit is applied per account. This offer may not be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer and may be amended or withdrawn without notice at any time, even after acceptance by you. Only certain RBC credit cards earn RBC Rewards points. Each time you use your linked Eligible RBC Card that earns RBC Rewards points to pay for purchases at a retail Petro-Canada location, you will earn a bonus of twenty percent (20%) more RBC Rewards points than you normally earn for every $1 in purchases in accordance with the RBC Rewards terms and conditions: https:// Please allow up to ninety (90) days from the date the transaction is posted on your credit card statement for the bonus points to be deposited into your RBC Rewards account. Petro-Points are not awarded on tobacco, gift cards, transit tickets and taxes on non-petroleum purchases. Suncor, not Royal Bank of Canada, is responsible for this offer and the Petro Points program. Petro-Canada and RBC teamed up so that Canadians can earn more points and save money, helping them move towards what matters most to them. We came together to reinvent how Canadians save on fuel through the Petro-Points program. As sponsor and organizer of the Olympic Torch Relay, we took the Olympic spirit across Canada. In 2006, this fund was renamed the Fuelling Athlete and Coaching Excellence (FACE™) Program. This program has supported over 3,000 athletes and coaches. On July 30, the Petro-Canada Act is passed transferring the government's existing energy assets to the new Crown corporation. Petro-Canada was a product of the world oil crisis in 19. We began operating in an effort to provide more Canadian control over the domestic oil industry, to ensure Canada would receive its fair share of remote energy resources, and to provide the federal government with a better understanding of the country's oil industry.


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Une carte RBC liée s’entend d’une carte RBC liée à un compte Petro-Points. Vous accumulez automatiquement des Petro-Points quand vous payez des achats admissibles avec votre carte RBC liée dans les établissements Petro-Canada sans avoir besoin de glisser votre carte Petro-Points avant de payer. Vous pouvez échanger vos Petro-Points chez Petro-Canada en utilisant votre carte RBC liée. Chaque fois que vous utilisez votre carte RBC liée pour acheter toute qualité d’essence ou de diesel à un établissement Petro-Canada, vous économisez trois cents (0,03 $) le litre au moment de l’opération. Chaque fois que vous utilisez votre carte RBC liée pour régler des achats admissibles à un établissement Petro-Canada, vous obtenez vingt pour cent (20 %) plus de Petro-Points que vous en obtenez normalement, conformément aux conditions du programme Petro-Points accessibles au https:// Des Petro-Points ne sont pas accordés sur les produits du tabac, les produits de vapotage, les cartes-cadeaux, les billets de transport en commun et les taxes sur les produits non pétroliers. Seulement certaines cartes de crédit RBC permettent d’obtenir des points RBC Récompenses. Chaque fois que vous utilisez votre carte RBC liée qui permet d’obtenir des points RBC Récompenses pour régler des achats à un établissement Petro-Canada, vous obtenez vingt pour cent (20 %) plus de points RBC Récompenses que vous en obtenez normalement pour chaque dollar d’achat, conformément aux conditions du programme RBC Récompenses. Veuillez prévoir jusqu’à quatre-vingt-dix (90) jours à compter de la date à laquelle l’opération est portée à votre relevé de carte de crédit pour que vos points en prime soient déposés dans le compte RBC Récompenses. Pour que vous soyez admissible à cette offre, nous devons avoir reçu et approuvé votre demande de carte de crédit RBC Récompenses entre le 1er juillet et le 23 septembre 2019. Pour que vous receviez le crédit sur relevé de compte de 50 $ (« crédit ») i) nous devons avoir approuvé votre demande, ii) vous devez dépenser au moins 500 $ à l’aide de votre nouvelle carte de crédit avant le 31 décembre 2019, iii) votre compte de carte de crédit doit être en règle depuis sa date d’ouverture et iv) le crédit figurera sur votre relevé de compte de janvier 2020 si le critère relatif au montant minimal d’achats a été satisfait. Les titulaires supplémentaires et les titulaires existants d’une carte Avion Visa Infinite RBC ou Avion Visa Platine RBC, Visa Cathay Pacific RBC, Visa Privilège RBC Récompenses, Avion Visa Infinite Privilège RBC ou Avion Visa Infinite Privilège RBC pour Banque privée qui présentent une demande de carte RBC Récompenses ou effectuent un transfert vers celle-ci pendant la période d’admissibilité de l’offre ne sont pas admissibles à la présente offre. Cette offre s’applique uniquement aux nouvelles cartes RBC Récompenses demandée sur le site et un seul crédit est appliqué par compte. La présente offre ne peut pas être combinée à une autre offre et peut être modifiée ou retirée à tout moment sans préavis, même après que vous l’avez acceptée. Seulement certaines cartes de crédit RBC permettent d’obtenir des points RBC Récompenses. Chaque fois que vous utilisez votre carte RBC admissible liée qui permet d’obtenir des points RBC Récompenses pour régler des achats à un établissement de ventes au détail Petro-Canada, vous obtenez vingt pour cent (20 %) plus de points RBC Récompenses que vous en obtenez normalement pour chaque dollar d’achat, conformément aux conditions du programme RBC Récompenses : https:// Veuillez prévoir jusqu’à quatre-vingt-dix (90) jours à compter de la date à laquelle l’opération est portée à votre relevé de carte de crédit pour que vos points en prime soient déposés dans votre compte RBC Récompenses. Des Petro-Points ne sont pas accordés sur les produits du tabac, les cartes-cadeaux, les billets de transport en commun et les taxes sur les produits non pétroliers. Suncor, et non la Banque Royale du Canada, est responsable de cette offre et du programme Petro-Points. *To participate in this offer, you must have an RBC debit or credit card which is issued by Royal Bank of Canada (excluding RBC commercial credit cards) (“RBC Card”). RBC business clients will only be able to link up to two (2) business credit cards and one business debit card to a Petro-Points card. You must be enrolled in RBC Online Banking or RBC Mobile app in order to link your RBC Card to your Petro-Points card. Card linking may take up to 2 business days to process before savings and bonus points can be applied to purchases. A linked RBC Card means an RBC Card linked to a Petro-Points Account. Your linked RBC Card acts as your Petro-Points card. You will automatically earn Petro-Points when you pay for qualifying purchases with your linked RBC Card at Petro-Canada locations and you do not need to swipe your Petro-Points card before you pay. You can redeem your Petro-Points at Petro-Canada using your linked RBC Card. Each time you use your linked RBC Card to purchase any grade of gasoline, or diesel, at a Petro-Canada location, you will save three cents ($0.03) per litre at the time of the transaction. ‡Each time you use your linked RBC Card to pay for qualifying purchases at a Petro-Canada location, you will earn a bonus of twenty percent (20%) more Petro-Points than you normally earn, in accordance with the Petro-Points terms and conditions available at Petro-Points are not awarded on tobacco products, vaping products, gift cards, transit tickets and taxes on non-petroleum purchases. §Only certain RBC credit cards earn RBC Rewards points. Each time you use your linked RBC Card that earns RBC Rewards points to pay for purchases at a Petro-Canada location, you will earn a bonus of twenty percent (20%) more RBC Rewards points than you normally earn for every $1 in purchases in accordance with the RBC Rewards Terms and Conditions at https:// Please allow up to ninety (90) days from the date the transaction is posted on your credit card statement for the bonus points to be deposited into RBC Rewards account. ® Royal Bank of Canada, RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owner(s). Lier petro canada rbc royal bank rates As a business client, you can select a maximum of 1 Business Client Card and 2 business credit cards. When linking, you can choose to link each of your selected RBC Business cards to either the same Petro-Points card, or assign different Petro-Points card numbers to each card so that each cardholder can collect their own Petro-Points on qualifying purchases at Petro-Canada. Our RBCPetro-Canada program helps you save on fuel and earn points faster. Link your Petro-Points card to all of your eligible RBC debit and credit cards online so you can Save 3¢ per litre on fuel * when you use your linked RBC Card † to buy gas or diesel. Vous pouvez échanger vos Petro-Points chez Petro-Canada en utilisant votre carte RBC liée. Chaque fois que vous utilisez votre carte RBC liée pour acheter toute qualité d’essence ou de diesel à un établissement Petro-Canada, vous économisez trois cents 0,03 $ le litre au moment de l’opération. It is no secret that the cost of living is going up in every aspect and in response, Canadians are looking for new ways to pinch their hard-earned dollars. Whether it is using coupons to cut the cost of groceries, buying summer clothing on seasonal clearance for next year or trying to become a budgeting guru, Canadians are keen on finding a way to save on every day necessities. If there is one thing I love better than a good sale, it is reward and instant saving programs. Nothing is more rewarding than knowing I have saved myself some money or earned some rewards for what I was going to buy anyway! When companies marry the two together, it is a marriage that my money-saving heart never wants to see end up in divorce. I love letting you all know about new and innovative ways to save money. So, when I heard that Royal Bank of Canada (“RBC”) and Petro-Canada teamed up to deliver exclusive savings and innovative loyalty benefits to Canadians, I knew I had to share. Starting on October 31, 2017, Canadians will be able to link your Petro-Points card to any of their RBC debit or credit cards to instantly save 3¢ per litre on fuel! If you think that is good, you will also be able to earn 20% more Petro-Points on qualifying purchases made at Petro-Canada. Those who have a RBC Rewards credit card will also earn 20% more RBC Rewards points on their Petro-Canada purchases. It’s almost an Oprah moment, 3¢ savings for you, 20% more points for you, and you, and you, and you! Those savings and points will add up quickly, meaning more money in your pocket and more rewards to enjoy! Saving money at the pump and earning bonus points has never been this easy and convenient. Unlike some other loyalty programs where benefits are limited to a specific card, the RBC Petro-Canada program allows Canadians to use every linked RBC card in their wallet to save instantly on fuel and earn 20% more points. This means if you are not keen on having a credit card you won’t feel like the black sheep as you still qualify for this program! All you have to do is pick which RBC debit or credit cards that fit your needs, and link your Petro-Points card to your RBC profile by visiting the . Once your cards are linked, simply pay with your RBC debit or credit card at Petro-Canada to instantly save 3¢ per litre on fuel and earn those bonus Petro-Points. If you link your RBC Rewards card, you will also earn bonus RBC Rewards points. To celebrate the new RBC Petro-Canada program, RBC and Petro-Canada have generously offered a $100 Petro-Canada gift card for one of my readers to win! This giveaway is open to residents of Canada who are 18 . The giveaway will run from November 1, 2017 until November 15, 2017 at PM EST. To enter the giveaway complete the mandatory entry option in the giveaway widget below. Once you have completed the mandatory entry you will be offered more non-mandatory options to gain additional entries. Complete as many as you’d like to increase your chances of winning! Disclosure: Although this post is sponsored by RBC and Petro-Canada, the opinions and language are all my own, and in no way, do they reflect RBC or Petro-Canada. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, company, provider or party in question. Aimee is a suburban mom of 3 and resides in Richmond Hill, Ontario. She enjoys sewing clothing for her small handmade clothing business, baking, DIY projects both big and small, travel, and finding creative ways to save her family money.