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March 19, 2014
04:55 EDTBBG, BBG, BCEI, BCEI, MWE, MWE, NBL, NBL, PDCE, PDCE, SYRG, SYRG, DPM, DPM, APC, APCCredit Suisse to hold a field trip
Energy Field Trip travels throughout Denver, Colorado on March 19-20.
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February 25, 2015
08:05 EDTBBGBill Barrett plans to reduce development activity with FY15 CapEx $240M-$280M
The company plans to reduce its development activity with total capital expenditures between $240-$280 million. The company expects to drill and complete approximately 30-35 wells and participate in non-operated wells in the Northeast Wattenberg and Uinta Basin. The company intends to fund its capital expenditure program with cash flows from operations and from its available cash balance.
08:04 EDTBBGBill Barrett reports 2014 total production of 9.1 MMBoe
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February 24, 2015
17:08 EDTDPMDCP Midstream reports Q4 EPS 49c, consensus 55c
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15:21 EDTMWENotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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12:22 EDTSYRGOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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08:20 EDTMWE, APC, DPMEnterprise, Anadarko, DCP, MarkWest form joint venture for Panola
Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), Anadarko Petroleum (APC), DCP Midstream Partners (DPM) and MarkWest Energy Partners (MWE) announced the formation of a joint venture under which Enterprise will assign 45% ownership interest in its wholly owned Panola Pipeline Company. The interest will be evenly divided among Anadarko’s affiliate, WGR Asset Holding Company, DCP Midstream Partners and MarkWest. Enterprise will continue to serve as operator of the Panola Pipeline and own the remaining 55% interest. The Panola Pipeline, which transports natural gas liquids, originates in Carthage, Texas and extends 181 miles to Mont Belvieu, Texas. Incremental capacity is expected to be available in 1Q16. This corrects the symbol for Enterprise Products Partners.
07:50 EDTSYRGSynergy Resources initiated with an Overweight at Stephens
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February 23, 2015
07:37 EDTNBL, BCEICredit Suisse to hold a summit
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February 19, 2015
11:18 EDTPDCEPDC Energy sees FY15 adjusted EPS $1.47-$1.62, consensus $1.30
Sees FY15 adjusted revenue $551M-$590M, consensus $658.03M. Sees FY15 adjusted EBITDA $386M-$413M. Guidance from slides for Q4 earnings conference call.
08:07 EDTPDCEPDC Energy widens FY15 production view to 13.5-14.5 MMBoe from 13.8-14.5 MMBoe
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08:05 EDTPDCEPDC Energy reports Q4 adjusted EPS ($1.11), may not compare to consensus 21c
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07:42 EDTNBLNoble Energy sees FY15 total sales volume to average 295-315 MBoe/d
Liquids volumes are expected to represent 43% of the total volume, with the remaining product split estimated to be 33% U.S. natural gas and 24% international gas. Approximately 70% of global crude oil production and 48% of U.S. natural gas production is hedged. Sales volumes are projected to be up more than 5% in the DJ Basin and 40% in the Marcellus Shale. In the Gulf of Mexico, volumes are anticipated to be slightly down on average for the year. In the fourth quarter of 2015, the Big Bend field is anticipated to come on production, followed by Dantzler around the end of 2015 and Gunflint by mid-2016. Sales volumes in Israel are projected to increase 10%, driven by an increase in demand. West Africa volumes are expected to be down around 15%, with approximately half of the decrease due to natural declines at the Alba and Aseng fields. Planned facility downtime associated with the ongoing compression project at Alba and a plant turnaround at the methanol facilities account for the remainder of the decrease.
07:41 EDTNBLNoble Energy sees FY15 capital investments of $2.9B
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07:39 EDTNBLNoble Energy reports Q4 total production costs averaged $9.01 Boe
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07:37 EDTNBLNoble Energy reports Q4 total sales volumes averaged 315K MBoe/d
Total sales volumes were up primarily as a result of the Company's continued horizontal development of the DJ Basin and Marcellus Shale resource plays. Noble Energy's onshore horizontal production was 50 percent higher in the fourth quarter of 2014 versus the same period in 2013. Liquids comprised 44% of total company fourth quarter 2014 volumes, with natural gas the remaining 56%. U.S. volumes for the quarter totaled 192 MBoe/d, while International sales volumes were 123 MBoe/d. Total sales volumes were higher than produced volumes by more than three thousand barrels per day due to the timing of liftings in Equatorial Guinea, primarily at the Alba field.
07:36 EDTNBLNoble Energy reports Q4 EPS excl items 38c, consensus 34c
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07:31 EDTSYRGEnerCom to hold a conference
The Oil & Services Conference (TOSC) 2015 is being held in San Francisco on February 18-19 with webcasted company presentations to begin on February 19 at 11 am; not all company presentations may be webcasted. Webcast Link
February 18, 2015
15:35 EDTNBLNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
Notable companies reporting before tomorrow's market open, with earnings consensus, include Wal-Mart (WMT), consensus $1.54... Priceline (PCLN), consensus $10.10... DIRECTV (DTV), consensus $1.40... Noble Energy (NBL), consensus 35c... Host Hotels & Resorts (HST), consensus 39c... Hormel Foods (HRL), consensus 64c... Discovery Communications (DISCA), consensus 41c... SCANA (SCG), consensus 73c... Quanta Services (PWR), consensus 51c... Patterson (PDCO), consensus 59c... Denbury Resources (DNR), consensus 23c... T-Mobile (TMUS), consensus 5c... Linn Energy (LINE), consensus 6c... Linn Co (LNCO), consensus 39c... Bloomin' Brands (BLMN), consensus 27c... Huntington Ingalls (HII), consensus $1.98.
07:38 EDTSYRGSynergy Resources provides operations update
Synergy is finalizing the completion schedule for its 29 wells previously drilled, commencing mid- to late-March with the 13 wells on the Kiehn/Weis Pad. These wells are on the western flank of the Wattenberg Field where gathering line pressures have been lower and midstream-processing capacity has been more conducive to efficient well production than in the northern section of the field. Synergy plans to begin the completion of the 8 Geis and 8 Weideman wells in May and bring the wells into production by mid-June and late-July, respectively. The Wiedeman pad includes 4 Extended Reach Lateral wells which will take longer to complete. The Company expects the Geis and Weideman wells will be brought into production after midstream processing capacity in the area is enhanced with the startup of the Lucerne II plant in May. Synergy is utilizing sliding sleeve completion designs on 19 of the aforementioned wells, and will use plug and perf completions for the remaining 10 wells. Of the 10 plug and perf designs, 4 will be utilized on the Extended Reach Lateral, or ERL, wells located on the Wiedeman pad. The 29 wells are comprised of 19 Niobrara wells, including a well targeting the Niobrara A bench, and 10 Codell wells. Drilling on the 11 well Cannon Pad is progressing as planned. The drilling plan comprises 6 Codell wells and 5 Niobrara wells. The completion plan contemplates utilizing sliding sleeves in all the wells. A batch drilling process is being utilized and surface casing has been set on all eleven wells. The rig is currently drilling the lateral section on the third well. Synergy plans to finish drilling the Cannon wells by late May and begin the completion phase in June. Synergy feels that if all 40 wells are on line before its fiscal year end at August 31, its production exit rate could exceed 13,000 BOED, as previously guided.
07:36 EDTSYRGSynergy Resources announces increased position in NE Wattenberg Extension Area
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