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WPX Energy Inc (NYSE:WPX)UPDATED 4:06 PM ON 10/31/2014
  • $19.12
    stock movement0.58 | 1.45%
  • $19.21
  • $26.79
  • $18.76
  • $17.94
  • $16.04
  • $18.54
  • 2276680

Fact Sheet

WPX Energy specializes in producing natural gas, natural gas liquids and oil from non-conventional resources such as tight-sands and shale formations, as well as from coalbed methane reserves.


Spin-Off Tax Information

Effective Dec. 31, 2011, The Williams Companies, Inc. distributed 197,123,778 shares of the common stock of WPX Energy, Inc. owned by Williams. Download the Tax Basis Letter for Investors below.


Information Statement

We invite you to learn more about WPX and our subsidiaries by reviewing our information statement. We look forward to our future as an independent, publicly traded company.


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Meet Michael Fiser

Meet Michael Fiser

Michael is a senior vice president at WPX. His responsibilities include the sales, marketing, transportation management, operations, storage management, trading and hedging of the company’s energy production.



We’re in some of the best natural gas, oil and natural gas liquids basins in the nation.

Our Innovations

Our Innovations

Learn more about some of our innovative technologies—like the split rigs we developed to access tight, narrow canyons in Western Colorado.

Stay Informed

Stay Informed

Keep up-to-date with our latest investor news and events.

A neighbor in your community

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WPX partners with Lindsey House to help provide housing and services that support women and their families as they transition out of homelessness. Our Lindsey House committee has donated time and resources to furnish a sponsored apartment and help support one family's ongoing needs. Watch the video to see how Lindsey House is making a positive impact in the Tulsa community:
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The American Petroleum Institute announced a new report this week, which found fuel prices in 2013 were reduced $0.94 per gallon due to innovations in horizontal drilling and #hydraulicfracturing in the U.S. Read our blog to learn more:

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