WPX’s proved reserves at Dec. 31, 2019, were 527.6 MMboe. Fifty-six percent of the company’s proved reserves are oil. In 2018, reserves were 479.3 MMboe.4Q PRESS RELEASE
Delaware Basin production increased 23 percent year-over-year, rising from an average of 78.2 Mboe/d in 2018 to 96 Mboe/d in 2019.2019 SUMMARY
WPX is revising its plan for 2020, cutting $400 million – or approximately 25 percent – of its capital budget, with the flexibility to cut further.
“We will continue to assess the market and adjust our activity levels as necessary. You can expect us to be flexible and focused on generating free cash flow” said WPX Chairman and CEO Rick Muncrief.
For 2020, WPX has 95,978 bbl/d of oil hedged with fixed price swaps at a weighted average price of $56.27 per barrel and 20,000 bbl/d with fixed price collars at a weighted average floor price of $53.33.
The revised capital plan of $1,275-$1,400 million maintains WPX’s current oil production of roughly 150,000 bbl/d for the balance of the year, which benefits from the March 6 acquisition of Felix Energy.
Based on the revised capital plan and today’s strip pricing, WPX expects to generate at least $150 million of free cash flow in 2020, not including savings for potential service price deflation.
Discussions with vendors about service costs are actively occurring, which presents known opportunities for WPX to lower capital further and increase its free cash flow target.
WPX plans to provide additional details and updates during its first-quarter 2020 press release and investor webcast.
Oil & NGL sales of $583 million accounted for 97% of WPX’s 4Q total product revenues of $601 million. Quarterly oil revenue grew 20% vs. the same period in 2018
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