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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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    WPX Energy to Host May 6 Webcast

    Business Wire – 4:15 PM ET 03/30/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) plans to discuss its first-quarter 2015 financial and operations results during a webcast on Wednesday morning, May 6, beginning at 10 a.m. Eastern.

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    Factbox: U.S. energy companies slash jobs as oil prices weaken

    Reuters – 12:34 PM ET 03/20/2015

    - Oilfield giants Schlumberger Ltd (SLB) and Halliburton Co (HAL) and many others in the oil and gas industry have announced plans to lay off thousands of people in the past few months as global oil prices have halved since June. In March, Brent prices fell to a near six-year low, hurt by a global supply glut and OPEC's decision not to curtail production.

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    WPX CEO to Speak at Scotia Howard Weil Energy Conference

    Business Wire – 7:55 AM ET 03/11/2015

    WPX Energy Chief Executive Officer Rick Muncrief is scheduled to speak at the 43rd annual Scotia Howard Weil energy conference on Monday, March 23, at 2:30 p.m. Central. Muncrief’s presentation will be available at www.wpxenergy.com on the morning of the event.

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    WPX to Layoff 83 Workers, Consolidate Operations -- Update

    DJ Business News – 5:48 PM ET 03/02/2015

    WPX Energy Inc. (WPX) is laying off 83 workers and consolidating operations to its headquarters, citing sharply lower commodity prices. About 120 workers will be receiving offers to relocate to Tulsa, Okla., WPX said, adding it plans to keep fewer than 15 workers at its Denver office. Last month, the exploration and production company said it was slashing its capital plan for the current year to$ 725 million, compared with the $1.8 billion it spent in 2014, given the lower oil and gas prices.

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    WPX to Layoff 83 Workers, Consolidate Operations

    DJ Business News – 5:10 PM ET 03/02/2015

    WPX Energy Inc. (WPX) is laying off 83 workers and consolidating operations to its headquarters, citing sharply lower commodity prices. About 120 workers will be receiving offers to relocate to Tulsa, Okla., WPX said, adding it plans to keep fewer than 15 workers at its Denver office. Last month, the exploration and production company said it was slashing its capital plan for the current year to$ 725 million, about half of spending in 2014, given the lower oil and gas prices.

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    WPX Energy Announces Decisions Affecting Employees

    Business Wire – 4:20 PM ET 03/02/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) is trimming its company-wide workforce by approximately 8 percent and consolidating most of its regional office staff in Denver, Colo., together with personnel at the company’s headquarters in Tulsa, Okla.

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    WPX Energy Reports 2014 Net Income

    Business Wire – 4:15 PM ET 02/25/2015

    WPX Energy’s (WPX) unaudited results for full-year 2014 reflect net income of $164 million and a 74 percent increase in cash margins from continuing operations. WPX’s 2014 financial highlights include $190 million higher oil sales, $106 million higher natural gas sales, and a 68 percent increase in net cash provided by operating activities vs.

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    WPX Aligns Capital Plan with Operating Cash Flow

    Business Wire – 5:11 PM ET 02/12/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) today announced a 2015 capital investment plan of approximately $725 million, in line with the company’s projected operating cash flow. As part of its long-term strategy, WPX will continue to diversify its historically gas-weighted portfolio.

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    Southwestern Energy Closes Previously Announced Transactions With Statoil And WPX Energy

    PR Newswire – 8:15 AM ET 02/02/2015

    HOUSTON, Feb. 2, 2015 Southwestern Energy Company (SWN) today announced the closing of previously announced transactions with subsidiaries of Statoil (STO) and WPX Energy, Inc..  In the Statoil (STO) transaction, Southwestern acquired approximately 30,000 net acres in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania for $365 million, after environmental and title adjustments, and subject to customary post-closing adjust...

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    WPX Completes Sale of Northeast Pennsylvania Assets

    Business Wire – 8:15 AM ET 02/02/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) announced today that it completed the sale of its operations in northeast Pennsylvania, including the release of certain firm transportation capacity, to Southwestern Energy Company (SWN). WPX has received nearly $600 million in cash this year through completing two sales – this one involving Marcellus Shale operations and the exit of its international interests in Argentina and Colombia.

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    WPX Completes Exit of International Interests

    Business Wire – 8:52 AM ET 01/29/2015

    WPX Energy (WPX) announced today that it has completed the disposition of its international interests upon the successful merger of Apco Oil and Gas International (APAGF) with a subsidiary of privately held Pluspetrol Resources Corporation.

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