Where We Operate

California is one of the most prolific oil and natural gas producing regions in the world and is the third-largest oil producing state in the nation. It has four of the 12 largest fields in the lower 48 states based on proved reserves as of 2013, and our portfolio includes interests in four of those fields.

California Resources Corporation (CRC) has operations in each of California’s four major oil and gas basins:

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San Joaquin Basin

Approximately 76 percent of CRC’s estimated proved reserves as of year-end 2016 are located in the San Joaquin Basin, where we actively operate and develop 45 fields, including the Elk Hills Field near Bakersfield.

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Los Angeles Basin

Approximately 17 percent of CRC’s estimated proved reserves as of year-end 2016 were located in the Los Angeles Basin, where we actively operate and develop eight fields, including the Wilmington Field in Long Beach.

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Ventura Basin

Approximately 5 percent of CRC’s estimated proved reserves as of year-end 2016 were located in the Ventura Basin, where we actively operate and develop 28 fields.

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Sacramento Basin

Approximately 2 percent of CRC’s estimated proved reserves as of year-end 2016 were located in the Sacramento Basin, where we actively operate and develop 53 natural gas fields.

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