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April 24, 2014
08:50 EDTAPL, PXDAtlas Pipeline Partners and Pioneer Natural expand Permian Basin partnership
Atlas Pipeline Partners (APL) and Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) have entered into an agreement to substantially expand Pioneer's commitment to APL in the burgeoning Permian Basin of West Texas. The amendment extends the contractual term for an additional 10 years through 2032 and extends the area of mutual interest in Martin and Andrews Counties. APL will immediately undertake the construction of a new incremental 200 MMCFD cryogenic processing facility in the northern part of the Permian, scheduled to enter service in 2H15. Construction and installation costs for the plant are expected to be $100M-120M net to the Partnership. The majority of the capital will be invested in 2015.
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August 4, 2015
16:48 EDTPXDPioneer Natural sees compound annual production growth of 15%+ from 2016-18
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16:47 EDTPXDPioneer Natural backs production growth forecast for 2015 of 10%+,
Pioneer Natural is maintaining a production growth forecast for 2015 of 10%+, reflecting an increase in forecasted Spraberry/Wolfcamp production growth from 20%+ to 22%-24%, offset by a reduction in the full-year growth rate for the Eagle Ford Shale. Pioneer's latest plans for 2015 include continuing to protect the company's cash flow through the use of commodity derivatives, including maintaining coverage for 2015 forecasted oil production at approximately 90%, with most of the volumes protected by swaps at $71 per barrel, increasing coverage for 2016 forecasted oil production to approximately 75% using three-way collars and maintaining coverage for forecasted gas production of approximately 85% for 2015 and approximately 65% in 2016 using a combination of swaps and three-way collars to protect volumes in both years; The company said it is maintaining a strong balance sheet, noting net debt-to-book capitalization was 23% at the end of the second quarter and, with the closing of the Eagle Ford Shale Midstream sale in July, cash on hand at the end of July was approximately $700M.
16:45 EDTPXDPioneer Natural reports Q2 adjusted EPS 10c, consensus 5c
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15:13 EDTPXDPioneer Natural technical comments before earnings news
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07:56 EDTPXDPiper Jaffray to hold a conference
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July 22, 2015
08:37 EDTPXDPioneer Natural affirms FY15 production growth forecast of at least 10%
Pioneer is maintaining its full-year 2015 production growth forecast at 10%+. Although production growth in the Eagle Ford Shale is now forecasted to be nominal in 2015, production from the Spraberry/Wolfcamp is forecasted to grow by 22%-24% in 2015 compared to the 20%+ previously forecasted. The reduction in the Eagle Ford Shale growth rate is primarily due to the delays in placing wells on production and performance issues during the first half of 2015, while the increase in the Spraberry/Wolfcamp growth rate reflects the continuing strong performance of the horizontal drilling program, especially in Pioneer’s northern acreage.
08:36 EDTPXDPioneer Natural Resources reports 197,000 BOEPD in Q2
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06:28 EDTPXDPioneer Natural coverage assumed with an Outperform at Credit Suisse
Target $186.

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