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July 25, 2014
09:01 EDTRSPPRSP Permian agrees to acquire Midland Basin assets for $259M
SP Permian announced it has entered into definitive agreements in separate transactions with multiple sellers to acquire certain undeveloped acreage and oil and gas producing properties located in Glasscock County for an approximate aggregate price of $259M in cash, subject to certain adjustments. the acquisition consists of 7,680 gross surface acres or 21,440 gross effective horizontal acres in Glasscock County. It has an aggregate current net production of approximately 1,106 Boe/d with 13 vertical wells drilled to date and net proved reserves of approximately 22M Boe with over 125 million Boe of resource potential based on internal estimates.
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January 27, 2015
10:00 EDTRSPPOn the Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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January 26, 2015
16:26 EDTRSPPMarathon Oil, Cobalt, RSP Permian downgraded at UBS
UBS lowered its Brent and WTI forecasts to $52.50 and $49 from $67.50 and $62.50, respectively, and downgraded a number of names in the energy space in conjunction. Along with making changes to its oil price forecasts, UBS downgraded Marathon Oil (MRO), Cobalt (CIE) and RSP Permian (RSPP), all to Neutral from Buy. The firm also identified ConocoPhillips (COP), Devon Energy (DVN), Murphy Oil (MUR), Ultra Petroleum (UPL), Range Resources (RRC), Denbury Resources (DNR), and Magnum Hunter (MHR) as having high valuations, slowing growth and wide free cash flow deficits and said it was cautious on all of those names as well.
16:22 EDTRSPPRSP Permian downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS
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January 20, 2015
07:10 EDTRSPPRSP Permian approves $400M-$450M capital budget for 2015
RSP Permian announced its Board of Directors has approved a $400M-$450M capital budget for 2015.
07:10 EDTRSPPRSP Permian sees FY15 production up 49%-57% YoY
In 2015, RSP expects production to average between 17,500 and 18,500 Boe/d, or a 49% to 57% year-over-year growth rate from the mid-point of its previously provided 2014 expected production range. The outlook for 2015 reflects the impact of severe winter storms that hit the Permian Basin and affected the Company's production and drilling operations in early 2015. The weather had a minimal impact on fourth quarter 2014 production.

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