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DEPARTMENT CONTACTS

Investor Relations
David Sullivan
539.573.9360
Tulsa Headquarters
855.979.2012
Media Relations
Kelly Swan
539.573.4944
Royalty Owners 
Careers at WPX 
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Ethics Action Line
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855.346.5042


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REPORTING A PIPELINE LEAK

WPX Pipeline Emergency Contact
888.615.4561


BASIN FIELD OFFICES

Aztec, N.M.
505.333.1800
New Town, N.D.
701.627.7202
Gillette, Wyo.
307.686.1636
Parachute, Colo.
970.285.9377
Minot, N.D.
701.837.2900
Pittsburgh, Pa.
724.873.3400


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WPX CEO Rick Muncrief appeared on CNBC's Squawk Box to talk about oil prices, exports and the company's performance. Watch an excerpt of the interview??: http://goo.gl/wfO7z0
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Learn how @WPXEnergy is leading the way in water management. Visit our blog: http://wpxcolorado.com http://t.co/6ISdIYaR5N
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At our Hayes Gulch operation in the Piceance Basin, we moved frac fluid via temporary pipelines instead of trucks – eliminating some 12,000 truck trips to the well pad. WPX District Manager Tyler Bittner says, “Cutting truck trips cuts noise and dust, and danger to wildlife.” Read the news story: http://goo.gl/BmX38S


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Grand Junction - When WPX Energy developed 87 natural gas wells from 14 pads at Hayes Gulch east of Parachute, it made use of one centralized facility to
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$725 million capital plan in 2015

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