First question is really around storage. Obviously, what we do when we're actually extracting oil is we're heating the reservoir, and we're actually creating a cabin of heat, which then flows -- allows the oil to flow down and it's extracted. Keith, why don't you take that and talk about what we're seeing in the storage situation in Canada. And I expect as we see global demand and lower 48 demand improve. Obviously, a lot of volatility in all commodity prices right now, condensate exception as producers continue to reduce production, we're seeing some of that condensate come back into the market. And that allows us to retain oil as much as we want within the reservoir and the fluid levels just rise, and that's the dynamic storage. Listen, we've been really clear. The Registered Agent on file for this company is The Corporation Trust Incorporated and is located at 351 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Sure. Or is it relatively stable? KXL obviously came up with the recent announcement and support from the provincial government and construction has started on that pipeline. Market data powered by FactSet and Web Financial Group. Sure. If it's not there, it's really not a big imposition on us. First question, look, it's still over two years before your next bond maturity of USD 500 in second half of '22. I expect you've all seen our news release this morning, so I'm not going to spend a lot of time walking through the numbers. The Registered Agent on file for this company is The Corporation Trust Incorporated and is located at 351 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Cenovus Energy Q1 2020 ... Additional information is available in our annual MD&A and our most recent annual information form and Form 40-F. … So, the market seems to be working. Thanks, Greg. Hi. So, Joe, in reality, market access has been a big challenge for Canadian oil producers historically, at least over the past decade. And I think one observation that everybody is having is maybe we don't need to have all these face-to-face meetings that used to plague our most companies and most industries. OK. And I was also wondering about the strategy on the financing strategy as you look further out. And you'll see in our results, we were still moving about 100,000 barrels a day through the quarter, that will be ramped down or is ramped down as of today. I mean, we've just tailed back some production. It's Jon. Sherry Wendt -- Director, Investor Relations. Alex, you talked a little bit about the liquidity measures from the government. But I think right now, most companies are finding they're able to manage it and without a massive productivity loss. Any kind of hedge that you put on dry bitumen typically has -- it's a dirty hedge, and you're going to have some pieces of that commodity that you can't hedge out. Over the last few years, we've been relentlessly focused on paying down debt, reducing costs and maintaining capital discipline. There's many other industries that have been similarly affected.