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Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies - Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and Benchmarking-2014

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Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies - Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and Benchmarking-2014

Summary

"Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies - Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and Benchmarking-2014" is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that offers comprehensive information on the operational and financial performance of Top 20 North America Independent Exploration & Production (E&P) Companies. The report benchmarks and analyzes Top 20 North America Independent Exploration & Production Companies on various operational and financial parameters. The report is an essential source for key operational data, analysis and strategic insights into companies. It provides detailed information on the key operational and financial parameters for the last five years. It also highlights the top ranked company on various operational and financial parameters such as proved oil and gas reserves, production, costs incurred, acreage & wells, performance metrics, results of oil and gas operations and financial metrics.

Proved oil and gas Reserves of the Top 20 North America Independent Exploration & Production (E&P) Companies increased in 2013, up from 38.14 billion barrels of oil equivalent (boe) in 2009 to 45.10 billion boe in 2013. ConocoPhillips had the highest proved oil and gas reserves of 8,921 mmboe among the Top 20 North America Independent Exploration & Production (E&P) Companies. The company's proved reserves increased at a growth of 3% from 8,642 mmboe in 2012 to 8,921 mmboe in 2013.

Scope

The report provides in-depth analysis and insights into companies' capital spending, revenues, oil and gas reserves, production, and performance measures. Its scope includes -
- Detailed and unique insights information on the key operational and financial parameters. The report provides a comprehensive overview of production, production change, production growth, reserves, reserve changes, reserve growth, capital expenditures, performance metrics, financial metrics and results of oil and gas operations.
- Provides annual information on key operational and financial parameters for the period 2009 to 2013.
- Benchmarks North America Independent (E&P) companies on operational and financial parameters.
- Companies covered include; Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Antero Resources Corporation, Apache Corporation, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, ConocoPhillips, Consol Energy Inc, Continental Resources, Inc., Devon Energy Corporation, EnCana Corporation, EOG Resources, Inc., Hess Corporation, Linn Energy, LLC, Marathon Oil Corporation, Noble Energy, Inc., Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Range Resources Corporation, Southwestern Energy Company, Talisman Energy Inc.
- The top 20 North America Independent Exploration & Production (E&P) Companies: Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and Benchmarking report is based on Company Annual Report, publicly available data filed with the U S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other similar agencies worldwide. This has then been analyzed by GlobalData's in house team of experts.

Reasons to buy

- The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner.
- Rank your performance against other top 20 North America Independent Exploration & Production (E&P) Companies using operational and financial benchmarking metrics
- Identify M&A targets from up-to-date information and in-depth analysis on financial and operational parameters of your competitors.
- Formulate your strategies based on in-depth analysis of your competitors in oil and gas markets.
- Improve decision making on the basis of peer comparison.
- Exploit the strengths and weakness of your closest competitors by comparing and analyzing their financial and operational parameters.
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 8
1.2 List of Figures 21
2 Benchmarking Methodology 29
2.1 Company Assessment Parameters 29
3 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Overall Scores 37
4 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Operational Performance 40
4.1 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Operational Performance: Reserves Metrics 40
4.2 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Operational Performance: Production Metrics 50
4.3 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Operational Performance: Costs Incurred Metrics 60
4.4 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Operational Performance: Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics 70
4.5 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Operational Performance: Acreage and Wells Metrics 80
5 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Financial Performance 90
5.1 Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Financial Performance: Financial Metrics 90
6 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 110
6.1 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Overall Rating 110
6.2 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 111
6.3 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 116
6.4 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 119
6.5 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Acreage and Well Metrics, 2009-2013 121
7 Antero Resources Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 124
7.1 Antero Resources Corporation, Overall Rating 124
7.2 Antero Resources Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 125
7.3 Antero Resources Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 130
7.4 Antero Resources Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations, 2009-2013 133
7.5 Antero Resources Corporation, Acreage and Wells, 2009-2013 135
8 Apache Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 138
8.1 Apache Corporation, Overall Rating 138
8.2 Apache Corporation, Reserves and Production, 2009-2013 139
8.3 Apache Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations, 2009-2013 144
8.4 Apache Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations, 2009-2013 147
8.5 Apache Corporation, Acreage and Wells, 2009-2013 149
9 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 152
9.1 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Overall Rating 152
9.2 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Reserves and Production, 2009-2013 153
9.3 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 158
9.4 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 161
9.5 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Acreage and Wells, 2009-2013 163
10 Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 166
10.1 Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Overall Rating 166
10.2 Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Reserves and Production, 2009-2013 167
10.3 Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 172
10.4 Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 175
10.5 Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 177
11 Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 180
11.1 Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Overall Rating 180
11.2 Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 181
11.3 Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 186
11.4 Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 189
11.5 Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Acreage & Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 191
12 ConocoPhillips, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 194
12.1 ConocoPhillips, Overall Rating 194
12.2 ConocoPhillips, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 195
12.3 ConocoPhillips, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 200
12.4 ConocoPhillips, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 203
12.5 ConocoPhillips, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 205
13 Consol Energy Inc., Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 208
13.1 Consol Energy Inc., Overall Rating 208
13.2 Consol Energy Inc., Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 209
13.3 Consol Energy Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 214
13.4 Consol Energy Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 217
13.5 Consol Energy Inc., Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 219
14 Continental Resources Inc., Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 222
14.1 Continental Resources Inc., Overall Rating 222
14.2 Continental Resources Inc., Reserves & Production Metrics, 2009-2013 223
14.3 Continental Resources Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 228
14.4 Continental Resources Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 231
14.5 Continental Resources Inc., Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 233
15 Devon Energy Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 236
15.1 Devon Energy Corporation, Overall Rating 236
15.2 Devon Energy Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 237
15.3 Devon Energy Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 242
15.4 Devon Energy Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 245
15.5 Devon Energy Corporation, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 247
16 Encana Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 250
16.1 Encana Corporation, Overall Rating 250
16.2 Encana Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 251
16.3 Encana Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 256
16.4 Encana Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 259
16.5 Encana Corporation, Acreage & Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 261
17 EOG Resources, Inc., Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 264
17.1 EOG Resources, Inc., Overall Rating 264
17.2 EOG Resources, Inc., Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 265
17.3 EOG Resources, Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 270
17.4 EOG Resources, Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 273
17.5 EOG Resources, Inc., Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 275
18 Hess Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 278
18.1 Hess Corporation, Overall Rating 278
18.2 Hess Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 279
18.3 Hess Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 284
18.4 Hess Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 287
18.5 Hess Corporation, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 289
19 Linn Energy, LLC, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 292
19.1 Linn Energy, LLC, Overall Rating 292
19.2 Linn Energy, LLC, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 293
19.3 Linn Energy, LLC, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 298
19.4 Linn Energy, LLC, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 301
19.5 Linn Energy, LLC, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 303
20 Marathon Oil Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 306
20.1 Marathon Oil Corporation, Overall Rating 306
20.2 Marathon Oil Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 307
20.3 Marathon Oil Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 312
20.4 Marathon Oil Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 315
20.5 Marathon Oil Corporation, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 317
21 Noble Energy, Inc., Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 320
21.1 Noble Energy, Inc., Overall Rating 320
21.2 Noble Energy, Inc., Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 321
21.3 Noble Energy, Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 326
21.4 Noble Energy, Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 329
21.5 Noble Energy, Inc., Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 331
22 Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 334
22.1 Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Overall Rating 334
22.2 Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 335
22.3 Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 340
22.4 Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 343
22.5 Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 345
23 Range Resources Corporation, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 348
23.1 Range Resources Corporation, Overall Rating 348
23.2 Range Resources Corporation, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 349
23.3 Range Resources Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 354
23.4 Range Resources Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 357
23.5 Range Resources Corporation, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 359
24 Southwestern Energy Company, Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 362
24.1 Southwestern Energy Company, Overall Rating 362
24.2 Southwestern Energy Company, Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 363
24.3 Southwestern Energy Company, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 368
24.4 Southwestern Energy Company, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 371
24.5 Southwestern Energy Company, Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 373
25 Talisman Energy Inc., Operational Statistics, 2009-2013 376
25.1 Talisman Energy Inc., Overall Rating 376
25.2 Talisman Energy Inc., Reserves and Production Metrics, 2009-2013 377
25.3 Talisman Energy Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 382
25.4 Talisman Energy Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, 2009-2013 385
25.5 Talisman Energy Inc., Acreage and Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 387
26 Appendix 390
26.1 Abbreviations 390
26.2 Sources 391
26.3 Coverage 396
26.4 Methodology 396
26.5 Primary Research 396
26.6 Secondary Research 397
26.7 Data Sources 398
26.8 Expert Panel Validation 398
26.9 Definition 398
26.10 Total Oil and Gas Reserves 399
26.11 Reserve Life 405
26.12 Total Oil and Gas Production 406
26.13 Reserve Replacement Ratio 409
26.14 Costs Incurred in Oil and Gas Operations 413
26.15 Results of Oil and Gas Operations 417
26.16 Results of Oil and Gas Operations Per Oil and Gas Produced 422
26.17 Contact Us 425
26.18 Disclaimer 425

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Top 20 Independent E&P Companies, Total Oil and Gas Reserves (mmboe), 2013 36
Table 2: Operational Performance, Weighted Score and Rank, 2013 37
Table 3: Operational Performance Comparison: Reserves Metrics 38
Table 4: Operational Performance Comparison: Production Metrics 38
Table 5: Operational Performance Comparison: Costs Incurred Metrics 39
Table 6: Operational Performance Comparison: Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics 39
Table 7: Operational Performance Comparison: Acreage and Wells Metrics 40
Table 8: Financial Performance Parameters 41
Table 9: Financial Performance Weighted Score and Rank, 2013 42
Table 10: Operational Performance Weighted Score and Rank, 2013 44
Table 11: Financial Performance Weighted Score and Rank, 2013 45
Table 12: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Proved Oil and Gas Reserves, (mmboe), 2009-2013 47
Table 13: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil Reserves as % of Total Oil and Gas Reserves, %, 2009-2013 49
Table 14: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil and Gas Reserve Life Index, (Years), 2009-2013 51
Table 15: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil and Gas Reserve Growth, (%), 2009-2013 53
Table 16: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Reserve Replacement Ratio (Including Sales), (%), 2009-2013 55
Table 17: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil Production, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 57
Table 18: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Gas Production, (bcf), 2009-2013 59
Table 19: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Total Oil and Gas Production, (mmboe), 2009-2013 61
Table 20: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil as % of Total Oil and Gas Production, (%), 2009-2013 63
Table 21: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Total Oil and Gas Production Growth, (%), 2009-2013 65
Table 22: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Reserve Replacement Cost per boe, three-Year Average, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 67
Table 23: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil and Gas Finding and Development Cost per boe, Three-Year Average, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 69
Table 24: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil and Gas Finding Cost per boe, Three-Year Average, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 71
Table 25: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Total Acquisition Cost, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 73
Table 26: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Total Costs Incurred From Upstream Oil and Gas Operations, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 75
Table 27: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Oil and Gas Revenue, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 77
Table 28: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Lifting Cost per boe, Three-Year Average, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 79
Table 29: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net-Back per boe, Three-Year Average, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 81
Table 30: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Recycle Ratio, Three-Year Average, (x), 2009-2013 83
Table 31: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Income per boe, Three-Year Average , (US$/boe), 2009-2013 85
Table 32: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Exploration Drilling Success Ratio (%), 2009-2013 87
Table 33: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Productive Oil and Gas Wells, 2009-2013 89
Table 34: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net/Gross Oil and Gas Ratio (%), 2009-2013 91
Table 35: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Exploratory and Development Wells Drilled, Number, 2009-2013 93
Table 36: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Undeveloped Acreage as % of Total Net Developed and Undeveloped Acreage, (%), 2009-2013 95
Table 37: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Total Operating Revenue, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 97
Table 38: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Income, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 99
Table 39: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, EV/Reserves, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 101
Table 40: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, EV/DACF (Debt Adjusted Cash Flow Multiple), (x), 2009-2013 103
Table 41: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Debt-to-Equity Ratio, (x), 2009-2013 105
Table 42: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Discretionary Cash Flow per Share, (US$/Share), 2009-2013 107
Table 43: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Net Income Margin, (%), 2009-2013 109
Table 44: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Return on Average Equity, (%), 2009-2013 111
Table 45: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Production per Share ('000), 113
Table 46: Top 20 North America Independent E&P Companies, Capex/Cash Flow, (x), 2009-2013 115
Table 47: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 118
Table 48: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 118
Table 49: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 118
Table 50: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 119
Table 51: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 119
Table 52: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics (%), 2009-2013 121
Table 53: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 123
Table 54: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 124
Table 55: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics (US$/boe), 2009-2013 126
Table 56: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 128
Table 57: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 129
Table 58: Antero Resources Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 132
Table 59: Antero Resources Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 132
Table 60: Antero Resources Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 132
Table 61: Antero Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 133
Table 62: Antero Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 133
Table 63: Antero Resources Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 135
Table 64: Antero Resources Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 137
Table 65: Antero Resources Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 138
Table 66: Antero Resources Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 140
Table 67: Antero Resources Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 142
Table 68: Antero Resources Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 143
Table 69: Apache Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 146
Table 70: Apache Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics,(mmbbl), 2009-2013 146
Table 71: Apache Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics,(bcf), 2009-2013 146
Table 72: Apache Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 147
Table 73: Apache Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 147
Table 74: Apache Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 149
Table 75: Apache Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 151
Table 76: Apache Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 152
Table 77: Apache Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 154
Table 78: Apache Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 156
Table 79: Apache Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 157
Table 80: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 159
Table 81: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 160
Table 82: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics(bcf), 2009-2013 160
Table 83: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 160
Table 84: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 161
Table 85: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 163
Table 86: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics ,(US$ mil), 2009-2013 165
Table 87: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics (US$/boe), 2009-2013 166
Table 88: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 168
Table 89: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 170
Table 90: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 171
Table 91: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics (mmboe), 2009-2013 174
Table 92: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Oil Reserves Metrics (mmbbl), 2009-2013 174
Table 93: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Gas Reserves Metrics (bcf), 2009-2013 174
Table 94: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 175
Table 95: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 175
Table 96: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 177
Table 97: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 179
Table 98: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 180
Table 99: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics (US$/boe), 2009-2013 182
Table 100: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 184
Table 101: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 185
Table 102: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 188
Table 103: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics,(mmbbl), 2009-2013 188
Table 104: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 188
Table 105: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 189
Table 106: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 189
Table 107: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 191
Table 108: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 193
Table 109: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 194
Table 110: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics (US$/boe), 2009-2013 196
Table 111: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 198
Table 112: Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 199
Table 113: ConocoPhillips, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 202
Table 114: ConocoPhillips, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 202
Table 115: ConocoPhillips, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 202
Table 116: ConocoPhillips, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 203
Table 117: ConocoPhillips, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 203
Table 118: ConocoPhillips, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 205
Table 119: ConocoPhillips, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 207
Table 120: ConocoPhillips, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 208
Table 121: ConocoPhillips, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 210
Table 122: ConocoPhillips, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 212
Table 123: ConocoPhillips, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 213
Table 124: Consol Energy Inc., Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 216
Table 125: Consol Energy Inc., Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 216
Table 126 Consol Energy Inc., Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 216
Table 127: Consol Energy Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 217
Table 128: Consol Energy Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 217
Table 129: Consol Energy Inc., Reserve Replacement Ratio, Excluding Sales Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 219
Table 130: Consol Energy Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 221
Table 131: Consol Energy Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 222
Table 132: Consol Energy Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 224
Table 133: Consol Energy Inc., Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 226
Table 134: Consol Energy Inc., Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 227
Table 135: Continental Resources Inc., Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 230
Table 136: Continental Resources Inc., Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 230
Table 137: Continental Resources Inc., Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 230
Table 138: Continental Resources Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 231
Table 139: Continental Resources Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 231
Table 140: Continental Resources Inc., Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, Excluding Sales Metrics ,(%), 2009-2013 233
Table 141: Continental Resources Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 235
Table 142: Continental Resources Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 236
Table 143: Continental Resources Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 238
Table 144: Continental Resources Inc., Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 240
Table 145: Continental Resources Inc., Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 241
Table 146: Devon Energy Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics,(mmboe), 2009-2013 244
Table 147: Devon Energy Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 244
Table 148: Devon Energy Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 244
Table 149: Devon Energy Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 245
Table 150: Devon Energy Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 245
Table 151: Devon Energy Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 247
Table 152: Devon Energy Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 249
Table 153: Devon Energy Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 250
Table 154: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics,(US$/boe), 2009-2013 252
Table 155: Devon Energy Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 254
Table 156: Devon Energy Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 255
Table 157: Encana Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 258
Table 158: Encana Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 258
Table 159: Encana Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics,(bcf), 2009-2013 258
Table 160: Encana Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 259
Table 161: Encana Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 259
Table 162: Encana Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 261
Table 163: Encana Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 263
Table 164: Encana Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 264
Table 165: Encana Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 266
Table 166: Encana Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 268
Table 167: Encana Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 269
Table 168: EOG Resources, Inc., Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 272
Table 169: EOG Resources, Inc., Oil Reserves Metrics,(mmbbl), 2009-2013 272
Table 170: EOG Resources, Inc., Gas Reserves Metrics,( bcf), 2009-2013 272
Table 171: EOG Resources, Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 273
Table 172: EOG Resources, Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 273
Table 173: EOG Resources, Inc., Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 275
Table 174: EOG Resources, Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 277
Table 175: EOG Resources, Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 278
Table 176: EOG Resources, Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 280
Table 177: EOG Resources, Inc., Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 282
Table 178: EOG Resources, Inc., Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 283
Table 179: Hess Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics,(mmboe), 2009-2013 286
Table 180: Hess Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics,(mmbbl), 2009-2013 286
Table 181: Hess Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 286
Table 182: Hess Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 287
Table 183: Hess Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 287
Table 184: Hess Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 289
Table 185: Hess Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 291
Table 186: Hess Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics ,(US$/boe), 2009-2013 292
Table 187: Hess Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 294
Table 188: Hess Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 296
Table 189: Hess Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 297
Table 190: Linn Energy, LLC, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 300
Table 191: Linn Energy, LLC, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 300
Table 192: Linn Energy, LLC, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 300
Table 193: Linn Energy, LLC, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 301
Table 194: Linn Energy, LLC, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 301
Table 195: Linn Energy, LLC, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 303
Table 196: Linn Energy, LLC, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 305
Table 197: Linn Energy, LLC, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 306
Table 198: Linn Energy, LLC, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics (US$/boe), 2009-2013 308
Table 199: Linn Energy, LLC, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 310
Table 200: Linn Energy, LLC, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 311
Table 201: Marathon Oil Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 314
Table 202: Marathon Oil Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 314
Table 203: Marathon Oil Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 314
Table 204: Marathon Oil Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 315
Table 205: Marathon Oil Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 315
Table 206: Marathon Oil Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 317
Table 207: Marathon Oil Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 319
Table 208: Marathon Oil Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 320
Table 209: Marathon Oil Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 322
Table 210: Marathon Oil Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 324
Table 211: Marathon Oil Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 325
Table 212: Noble Energy, Inc., Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 328
Table 213: Noble Energy, Inc., Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 328
Table 214: Noble Energy, Inc., Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 328
Table 215: Noble Energy, Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 329
Table 216: Noble Energy, Inc., Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 329
Table 217: Noble Energy, Inc., Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics,(%), 2009-2013 331
Table 218: Noble Energy, Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 333
Table 219: Noble Energy, Inc., Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 334
Table 220: Noble Energy, Inc., Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 336
Table 221: Noble Energy, Inc., Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 338
Table 222: Noble Energy, Inc., Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 339
Table 223: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 342
Table 224: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 342
Table 225: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics, (bcf), 2009-2013 342
Table 226: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 343
Table 227: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Reserves Reconciliation) Metrics, 2009-2013 343
Table 228: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio Metrics, (%), 2009-2013 345
Table 229: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics, (US$ mil), 2009-2013 347
Table 230: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Costs Incurred In Oil and Gas Operations Metrics,(US$/boe), 2009-2013 348
Table 231: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Results of Oil and Gas Operations per boe Metrics, (US$/boe), 2009-2013 350
Table 232: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Acreage Metrics, 2009-2013 352
Table 233: Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Wells Metrics, 2009-2013 353
Table 234: Range Resources Corporation, Total Oil and Gas Reserves Metrics, (mmboe), 2009-2013 356
Table 235: Range Resources Corporation, Oil Reserves Metrics, (mmbbl), 2009-2013 356
Table 236: Range Resources Corporation, Gas Reserves Metrics,( bcf), 2009-2013 356
Table 237: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Production (Sales Volume) Metrics, 2009-2013 357
Table 238: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Production


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