Tue, Oct. 27, 6:44 PM
- Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) -0.4% AH after reporting a Q3 loss that met Wall Street expectations as total revenue, which includes gains and losses on divestitures, sank to $1.69B from $5.01B a year ago.
- APC lost $2.24B in its Q3 before $2.6B in impairments on the value of its oil producing properties and exploration assets; a year ago, APC earned $1.1B in profits, before the crude oil price collapse.
- In its key Wattenberg field in Colorado, APC says it has cut drilling costs per foot by 15% and reduced drilling times by 20%, and has focused on improving how much oil and gas it can extract; in west Texas, APC’s Wolfcamp Shale wells have started to bring up 1M boe/well, which on average cost ~$7.5M to drill and complete and the company believes it can bring the cost down by $1.5M-$2M/well.
- APC says Q3 total sales volumes of oil and gas averaged 787K boe/day, down from 849K boe/day in the year-ago period.
- Also says its appraisal of the giant Shenandoah discovery in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico was successful, paving the way for large-scale development.
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Tue, Jul. 28, 5:28 PM
- Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) -1.1% AH after reporting better than expected Q2 earnings but revenues fell 40% Y/Y to $2.64B from $4.44B a year ago.
- APC says improved drilling practices and ongoing operating efficiencies helped deliver more than 18K bbl/day of higher-margin oil sales volumes above its guidance during Q2.
- Following Q2 production of 77M boe (846K boe/day), APC says it is adjusting its FY 2015 sales volumes to 298M-302M boe (816K-827K boe/day), and sees Q3 total sales volumes of 71M-73M boe (772K-793K boe/day).
- Improved efficiencies have allowed APC to increase its production by 13%, or 35K bbl/day of oil a day this year, CEO Al Walker, which is “enhancing our relative cash margins and enabling us to drill more than 100 additional wells this year, all while staying within our capital guidance.”
- APC also says its liquefied natural gas project in Mozambique continues to advance, and contractors have been chosen for initial development of onshore facilities.
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Mon, May 4, 5:59 PM
- Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) is little changed after-hours after reporting a wider than expected Q1 loss and a 60% Y/Y drop in revenues, hurt by the collapse in energy prices.
- Excluding one-time items - the largest was a $3.7B writedown of the value of the Greater Natural Buttes field in Utah - APC reported a loss of $0.72/share.
- However, APC says it delivered a quarterly record for sales volumes averaging 920K boe/day, a total of ~83M boe, vs. 789K boe/day in the year-ago period, with gains driven mostly by shale wells in the Wattenberg field in Colorado and the Eagle Ford in Texas.
- In the Wattenberg field, APC's sales volume increase totaled more than 85K boe/day Y/Y and more than 20K boe/day Q/Q, while lowering drilling and completion costs to $3.4M from $4M per well; in the Eagle Ford, APC achieved a new gross processed production record of more than 275K boe/day while reducing average drilling costs per well by 14% Q/Q.
- APC's overall operating expense per boe fell 17% in the quarter.
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Mon, Feb. 2, 5:45 PM
- Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) -0.9% AH as Q4 earnings and revenues fell short of Wall Street expectations.
- Q4 saw divestiture losses of $192M and impairments of $346M, among other costs that added up to $582M.
- APC improved its average daily crude oil output by 13% to 300K bbl/day in Q4, but the average sales price fell 28% to $71.67/bbl vs. a price of $99.20 in Q4 2013; APC's Q4 sales volumes of natural gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids totaled 79M boe, or an average of 854K boe/day, up 6% Y/Y.
- Estimates proved reserves at year-end 2014 totaled 2.86B boe, with 69% of its reserves categorized as proved developed.
- APC says its Heidelberg project in the Gulf of Mexico and its TEN development off Ghana remains on track for first production in 2016, and its LNG project in Mozambique also is moving forward.
- APC says its biggest production gains came from its Wattenberg field in Colorado, where it “enhanced efficiencies in our drilling and completions and leveraged the competitive advantage of our expensive midstream infrastructure to significantly bolster growth.”
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Oct. 28, 2014, 5:46 PM
- Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) +0.4% AH after Q3 earnings fell short of analyst expectations but revenue rose 30% to $5.01B, as stronger sales volume offset the impact of weaker average selling prices.
- Q3 total sales volume of crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids gained 9.5% Y/Y to 849K bbl/day from 775K a year ago.
- APC had sold its China subsidiary along with other assets during Q3, increasing its cash on hand to $8.3B.
- APC raises its full-year sales volume expectations for the third time this year, to a new range of 304M-306M boe, primarily driven by strong results from its Wattenberg horizontal program, where oil volumes doubled from Q3 of last year.
- Separately, P-E firm KKR says it will help APC develop its Eaglebine acreage in south Texas with a non-operated stake in the project; financial terms were not disclosed, but KKR says it expects to participate in 500 wells.
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Jul. 29, 2014, 4:47 PM
- Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) posts a 76% drop in Q2 earnings due in part to the $5.15B Tronox payout to settle environmental pollution charges, but says sales volumes were above the high end of quarterly guidance at ~77M boe, or 845K boe/day, and raises its FY 2014 sales volume outlook.
- APC says record U.S. onshore sales volumes averaged 667K boe/day, up 21% Y/Y, driven primarily by strong results from APC's Wattenberg field, Eagleford shale and Delaware Basin assets.
- Algerian sales volumes totaled ~73K bbl/day, up 70% Y/Y, driven mostly by El Merk, which recently achieved record daily gross volumes of 150K-plus bbl/day.
- Raises its FY 2014 sales volume guidance to 299M-302M boe from earlier guidance of 293M-298M boe.
- APC +0.4% AH.
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