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Strata Oil & Gas Inc.
918 16th Avenue NW
Suite 408
Calgary, AB T2M O3K


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Transfer Agent: Holladay Stock Transfer, Inc.
2939 North 67th Place
Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251



About Strata

Leveraging Higher Oil
Our goal is to provide exceptional shareholder returns in a rising petroleum market. Our focus is to provide greater exposure to petroleum prices by maximizing our in-place resource per common share and minimizing shareholder dilution, looking exclusively to projects within North America, as a means to minimize risk. Our emphasis is on full-cycle exploration --- we believe that we can have a greater impact by developing our own exploration projects rather than acquiring advanced projects from others.





Strata Oil & Gas is focused on the exploration and development of heavy oil / oil sands in Western Canada.

For a non-technical overview of our exploration and development strategy, click here.

Heavy oil and oil sands are very viscous and do not flow easily, and are primarily found in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin which extends from the Yukon and Northwest Territories, through northeastern British Columbia, Alberta and central Saskatchewan.

Alberta's oil sands reserves represent approximately 54,363 square miles, and cover 4 main regions Athabasca/Wabasca, Cold Lake, and Peace River.



These deposits contain enough oil that if only 30% were extracted, it could supply the entire needs of North America for over 100 years at current consumption levels. Current established reserves -- defined as those that are recoverable using current technologies -- have placed Canada second only to Saudi Arabia in known economic reserves. The total estimated in-place resource for heavy oil / oil sands in Canada is approximately 2.5 trillion barrels, making it the largest known petroleum resource in the world.

Today, our oil sands land base comprises approximately 72,000 acres. Of that, nearly 71,000 acres (approximately 110 sections) is in the Peace River oil sands region which are estimated to contain more than 188 billion barrels of oil, and an additional 1,280 acres (2 sections) in the Wabasca oil sands which are estimated to contain in excess of 94 billion barrels of oil [Alberta Department of Energy, Cold Heavy Oil Production With Sand In The Canadian Heavy Oil Industry, Dr. Maurice Dusseault, March 2002].

Strata's Peace River oil sands parcels are located in 2 areas. Our Cadotte blocks are located immediately adjacent to Shell Canada's Peace River block and 12 miles to the northwest of Blackrock's Seal project. Our Bearhead blocks are located approximately 35 miles to the southwest of the Seal project and about 40 miles to the south of the Peace River complex.

The Seal leases are estimated to contain 2 billion barrels of bitumen and are producing close to 15,000 bpd, and the Peace River complex is estimated to contain 7 billion barrels of bitumen and is producing 9,000 bpd. Blackrock's Seal project production tends to draw from an average bitumen interval of 5 to 18 meters in thickness, and is Canada's second lowest cost producer, even measured against conventional oil producers, at an average operating cost of around $5-6 CDN per barrel. Development of the Peace River oil sands is still considered early-stage relative to Athabasca. Production is expected to increase in the region.

The oil sands in the Peace River area tend to vary in thickness. Production in the area, which was once thought to require expensive thermal operations, has now been shown to also support a non-thermal (cold) production model (like conventional primary production but with sand) (ex. the Seal project, at approximately 10-11 degrees API).

Strata's Peace River projects are being evaluated and exploration is being carried out.

Strata's Drowned Area oil sands project is to the south of the Brintnell-Pelican Lake oil sands deposit. CNRL's Pelican Lake project (80% CNRL, 20% EnCana) contains more than 3 billion in-place barrels of oil, of which as much as 12% is recoverable using current technologies. Production is in the range of 20,000 bpd, and is expected to increase. Pelican Lake is Canada's lowest cost oil producer, at an average operating cost of less than $5 CDN per barrel. The oil sands in this area are in a thin pool (in the range of 4 to 6 meters) but spread out over a large area, like a vast but shallow underground lake of oil. Although technically oil sands, they are conventional in the sense that non-thermal production methods can be used (cold production, whereby the oil and the sand are all extracted together and sent via pipeline from Pelican Lake to Hardisty for processing.

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#1994  Sticky Note Strata Oil Presentation wshaw14 08/13/14 02:03:47 PM
#2035   Gotcha, and agree. wshaw14 01/06/15 07:09:21 PM
#2034   I am aware. That is why I Mrbush33 01/06/15 07:04:22 PM
#2033   Cost of oil production does not include all wshaw14 01/06/15 04:47:31 PM
#2032   Shaw, Our cold production cost is anticipated to be Mrbush33 01/06/15 04:32:37 PM
#2031   It is probably going to be a little wshaw14 01/05/15 04:43:43 PM
#2030   I am surprised this is holding up as wshaw14 12/28/14 01:20:45 AM
#2029   The price of oil will have more to wshaw14 12/16/14 10:16:18 AM
#2028   http://www.transcanada.com/docs/Key_Projects/wolverine-river-fact-sheet.pdf wshaw14 12/16/14 10:12:57 AM
#2027   Can you tell us more about the pipeline? TCLW 12/15/14 03:11:51 PM
#2026   No. Wolverine pipeline is, though. Will be Mrbush33 12/12/14 09:30:13 PM
#2025   I'm new here..what's up with the keystone pipeline Oilfieldjunky 12/10/14 01:43:24 PM
#2024   Lol, nice paint job at the end of wshaw14 12/06/14 12:17:09 AM
#2023   You could very well be correct. I had wshaw14 11/24/14 07:28:50 PM
#2022   I think there is a good probability that Mrbush33 11/24/14 04:03:10 PM
#2021   Truthfully, I dont think Keystone has any bearing wshaw14 11/15/14 08:09:06 PM
#2020   What could the keystone mean for Strata? TCLW 11/13/14 11:05:32 AM
#2019   If the following is successful,(meaning cold prod.) it wshaw14 11/06/14 10:15:07 PM
#2018   If cold production did not prove feasible (which wshaw14 10/18/14 05:22:26 PM
#2017   By 2020. I have 20/20 vision through rose welljc 10/17/14 12:49:51 PM
#2016   Whom ever is painting this thing up with wshaw14 10/16/14 07:07:47 PM
#2015   Interesting article. http://dailyreckoning.com/oil-shale-reserves/ wshaw14 10/09/14 02:17:33 AM
#2014   The following pretty much sums it up. http://www.strataoil.com/investors/presentation/?agree wshaw14 09/28/14 09:12:32 PM
#2013   Is there anything else you can tell me yaya88888888888 09/28/14 06:44:57 PM
#2012   Just MHO is yes. I will hold part wshaw14 09/28/14 06:39:13 PM
#2011   Very interesting is it long term stock buy yaya88888888888 09/28/14 04:29:39 PM
#2010   The tech is well on its way to wshaw14 09/22/14 08:53:34 PM
#2009   Unfortunately... To date, no company has managed to commercially ss0722 09/21/14 10:05:00 PM
#2008   Somebody is obviously painting this thing up. The wshaw14 09/21/14 03:26:23 PM
#2007   Newton is the chief executive officer of Strata buccaneer1961 09/20/14 11:33:33 PM
#2006   Sleeping giant: Can Canada’s other mammoth bitumen deposit wshaw14 09/20/14 01:53:18 AM
#2005   Agree TCLW 09/16/14 01:44:40 PM
#2004   Strata is holding up pretty well without news. wshaw14 09/16/14 11:03:23 AM
#2003   Lol, I looked at the close and thought wshaw14 09/03/14 05:06:51 PM
#2002   Well, so far so good. Looks like no wshaw14 09/02/14 10:40:44 PM
#2001   This is just the kind of thing that wshaw14 08/31/14 02:51:19 AM
#2000   I think that what we longs need is saulucy20 08/30/14 09:53:32 AM
#1999   Somebody that does not have the patience to wshaw14 08/30/14 02:35:58 AM
#1998   Who in the hell would sell now? Ha Wheatbuck 08/29/14 10:37:44 PM
#1997   Yes, I tend to agree. Strata Oil Appoints wshaw14 08/24/14 09:47:26 PM
#1996   The new vice president of operations, David Mahowich TCLW 08/24/14 03:39:09 PM
#1995   I think Strata simmers and trends lower until wshaw14 08/18/14 12:22:55 PM
#1994   Strata Oil Presentation wshaw14 08/13/14 02:03:47 PM
#1993   Dear Shareholders & Friends buccaneer1961 08/08/14 12:53:34 AM
#1992   08-09-2014 Strata Oil Engages Firm to Assist in wshaw14 08/07/14 11:56:14 PM
#1991   Nice. ! Wheatbuck 07/30/14 12:08:11 PM
#1990   I also got the following e-mail. wshaw14 07/30/14 02:19:19 AM
#1989   Dear Shareholders & Friends buccaneer1961 07/30/14 02:15:08 AM
#1988   Strata Oil Identifies Multiple Drilling Locations to Test wshaw14 07/30/14 02:11:35 AM
#1987   Wheatbuck, that is definitely the missing piece of wshaw14 07/24/14 10:47:55 PM
#1986   My last Peace River Oil play took a wshaw14 07/24/14 10:40:11 PM