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Oct. 29, 2014, 4:19 PM
Jul. 30, 2014, 6:38 PM
- Penn Virginia (NYSE:PVA) -2.1% AH after Q2 earnings and revenues fall well short of expectations.
- Q2 production from Eagle Ford shale operations rose 6% to 15,618 boe/day vs. 14,761 boe/day in the year-ago quarter.
- Lowers 2014 production guidance to 8.8M-9.2M boe, due primarily to less than expected production during H1; raises preliminary guidance for 2015 production growth to 35% Y/Y and 45% for oil.
- Raises guidance for 2014 capex to $762M-$808M ($410M-$456M for H2 of 2014), from $607M-$641M previously.
- Also announces a $150M sale of the rights to construct and operate a crude oil gathering and intermediate transportation system in the Eagle Ford.
Jul. 30, 2014, 4:16 PM
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- Arch Coal (ACI +3.5%) moves higher after its Q2 earnings loss came in better than expected as operating costs per ton fell 7%.
- Q2 sales fell 7% Y/Y to $713.8M, missing analyst consensus, but operating costs per ton fell to $20.55 from $21.19.
- ACI lowers its FY 2014 sales volume targets, including cutting its thermal sales volumes forecast to 124M-130M tons from 124M-132M tons to reflect the effects of transportation bottlenecks and the impact of a fall in steel production.
- Other coal names also are higher: ANR +4.3%, ARLP +2.4%, PVA +1.9%, WLB +1.9%, BTU +1.4%, RNO +0.9%, WLT +0.8%, KOL +0.4%.
May. 12, 2014, 4:10 PM
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Feb. 20, 2014, 3:44 PM
- Penn Virginia (PVA +9%) soars to a new 52-week high despite missing Q4 earnings forecasts as some Eagle Ford wells were brought online later than expected and anticipated 2014 capex is increasing due to increased leaseholds.
- The key takeaway, according to SunTrust analysts, is that Eagle Ford well results continue to materially improve, with the latest 23 wells averaging a 43% higher rate than the prior average.
- Shares have more than tripled in the past year as investors eat up the Eagle Ford growth story, one that appears to remain very much intact.
Feb. 19, 2014, 6:49 PM
- Penn Virginia (PVA) -5.1% AH after Q4 earnings and revenue both come in below Wall Street expectations.
- Q4 production was 1.8M boe, or ~20K boe/day, up 2% Q/Q; Eagle Ford shale production was 13,111 boe/day, up 5%.
- Year-end 2013 proved oil and gas reserves increased 20% Y/Y to 136.3M boe; Eagle Ford reserves rose 189% to 75.6M boe (89% oil and NGLs).
- FY 2014 production is seen at 9.1M-9.8M boe, or 25K-26.8K boe/day, up 34%-43% Y/Y; product revenues, excluding the impact of any hedges, are expected at $587M-$630M, up 36%-46% Y/Y.
- Capital expenditures are expected to be $575M-$640M, up 13%-25% over 2013 capex.
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Oct. 31, 2013, 11:42 AM
- Penn Virginia (PVA +7.8%) is sharply higher after reporting a narrower than expected Q3 loss and a 11% rise in revenues to $121M, driven by Eagle Ford well performance.
- Issues 2014 production guidance of 24.6M-27.4M boe/day (~75% oil and NGLs), topping its earlier forecast of 22.3M; 2014 oil growth guidance of 65%-85% is much stronger than its forecast of 35%-40%.
- PVA says it will have more than sufficient funds for its 2014 capex program, which is expected at $510M-$540M vs. revised 2013 capex guidance of $500M-$530M.
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Penn Virginia Corp is an independent oil and gas company. The Company is engaged in the exploration, development and production of crude oil, natural gas liquids and natural gas in onshore regions of the United States.
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