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February 20, 2013
17:43 EDTAXASAbraxas reports proved reserves up 0.84 MMBoe to about 30.1 MMBoe
December 31, 2012 reserves consisted of approximately 58% oil, 9% NGLs and 34% natural gas versus December 31, 2011 reserves of approximately 46% oil, 8% NGLs and 46% natural gas. Proved oil reserves increased approximately 30% in 2012. 48% of proved reserves as of December 31, 2012 and December 31, 2011 were classified as proved developed. The present value, using a 10% discount rate, of future net cash flows before income taxes of Abraxas' proved reserves was approximately $316.9M, using 2012 average prices of $2.86/mcf of natural gas and $95.14/bbl of oil. The lower average natural gas price of $2.86/mcf in 2012 versus $4.16/mcf in 2011 resulted in the removal of 3.1 mmboe of previously proved undeveloped natural gas reserves, which were uneconomic to drill at 2012 average natural gas prices. The independent reserve engineering firm DeGloyer and MacNaughton prepared a complete engineering analysis on 98.9% of Abraxas' proved reserves on a BOE basis.
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July 28, 2015
16:41 EDTAXASAbraxas Petroleum reports Q2 production averaged 5,471boepd
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July 23, 2015
11:22 EDTAXASAbraxas Petroleum 'unaware' of reason for recent stock price underperformance
Abraxas Petroleum Corporation commented on recent market conditions. Aside from weakness in the general commodity markets, Abraxas is unaware of any fundamental reason for the company’s recent stock price underperformance. Abraxas notes that the company exited June 30, 2015 $108 million borrowed on the company’s $165 million borrowing base. With an additional nine well completions during the quarter, and only bank deb in the Company’s capital structure, the company is very comfortable with its asset coverage. Additionally, with a $55 million capital program that approximates forecasted cash flow, the company remains comfortable this strong financial positioning should continue through 2015. Moreover, the company reiterates that in outer years, it currently forecasts it can hold production at over 7,000 boepd running a one rig Bakken program, which approximates a $50-$60 million capital program. Abraxas also reiterates the company’s 2015 production guidance of 6,500-7,000 boepd. Abraxas plans to close out the company’s second quarter production and financial results the week of July 27, 2015. In the coming week Abraxas will also have 30 day rates for the company’s four Bakken and two Eagle Ford completions. When these results are available, Abraxas will furnish them to the Street.

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