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    In bet on oil prices, WPX plans to add Bakken rigs

    Reuters – 2:17 PM ET 06/25/2015

    Drilling rigs are coming back to North Dakota. Though only the 11th-largest North Dakota oil producer, trailing Whiting Petroleum Corp (WLL) and others, WPX has effectively staked out a leadership position in the state's Bakken shale formation by saying it will add rigs, slash well completion costs and target a 20 percent boost in output by 2016.

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    WPX Energy Increasing Activity and EURs in the Williston Basin

    Business Wire – 7:15 AM ET 06/25/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) plans to increase its activity in the Williston Basin during the second half of 2015 by resuming completions and increasing its rig count from one to three before year-end.

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    WPX Energy Adds Acreage in Gallup Oil Play

    Business Wire – 7:15 AM ET 06/22/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) has completed the purchase of another 14,300 net acres in the San Juan Basin’s Gallup oil window from an undisclosed seller for approximately $26 million. The acreage purchase represents an estimated 100 gross drilling locations, boosting WPX’s tally in the San Juan Gallup to approximately 500.

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    North Dakota refuses to flinch as OPEC keeps output high

    Reuters – 6:11 PM ET 06/05/2015

    Oil executives in North Dakota, a center of the U.S. shale revolution, say OPEC made a questionable bet when it decided on Friday to stick with a policy that aims to push higher cost American producers out of the market by keeping output high.

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    WPX Energy Completes $200 Million Asset Sale

    Business Wire – 4:05 PM ET 05/27/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) has completed its third divestiture of the year, closing the sale of a package of Marcellus Shale marketing contracts and the release of certain related firm transportation capacity to an undisclosed buyer.

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    WPX Energy would add North Dakota rigs with $65/barrel oil

    Reuters – 12:22 PM ET 05/15/2015

    Oil and gas producer WPX Energy Inc (WPX) would add one or two drilling rigs in North Dakota if oil prices stabilized around $65 per barrel, Chief Executive Rick Muncrief told Reuters on Friday. "If we saw some stability in oil prices around the $65 WTI level, we would probably be more apt to add rigs," Muncrief said in an interview.

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    WPX Energy Posts Third Consecutive Quarterly Profit

    Business Wire – 4:15 PM ET 05/05/2015

    WPX Energy’s first-quarter 2015 results mark the company’s third consecutive quarterly profit. WPX reported unaudited net income of $67 million for first-quarter 2015 vs. WPX’s operational and financial focus on margins helped overcome commodity prices that drove product revenues down $220 million, or 42 percent, vs. a year ago.

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    WPX Energy Continues to Monetize Marcellus Shale Holdings

    Business Wire – 7:15 AM ET 05/04/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) announced today it signed an agreement to sell a package of Marcellus Shale marketing contracts and release certain related firm transportation capacity to an undisclosed buyer for in excess of $200 million cash.

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    WPX Energy’s Clay Gaspar to Speak at IPAA Conference

    Business Wire – 4:15 PM ET 04/13/2015

    WPX Energy Senior Vice President of Operations and Resource development Clay Gaspar is scheduled to speak at the IPAA Oil and Gas Investor Symposium on Monday, April 20.


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