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Another New Born Idiot born on Jan. 23, 2016.
Why don`t you get a room with OnwaytoNoWhere!
" Sounds like you haven't looked at one piece of info on BP lol "
It certainly appears that you did for obvious reasons, Jerk!
Now read on and learn!
Of course you only provided the information to intentionally skew your deceptive intentions, right!
As of 9/30/15
Total Assets *...........$ 273B
Total Liabilities **......$ 171B
Net Equity.................$ 102B
* Includes Cash of 31B and Receivables of 25B or $56B
** Includes LT Debt of 48B
Better yet, get a life and quit your daily B$.
This is Real BP News! Don`t listen to the CRACKHEAD GOATS Pumping their Hallucinating Garbage!
BP's Lower 48 Onshore oil and gas business has expanded its operations in the San Juan Basin for the first time in seven years.
The Houston-based company announced today that it has acquired all of Devon Energy's regional assets in the basin. The purchase price was not disclosed.
In a statement, BP Lower 48 Onshore CEO David Lawler reiterated his commitment to the company's investment in the San Juan Basin.
"This acquisition clearly demonstrates the importance of New Mexico and the San Juan Basin to our future,” Lawler said in the press release. “It’s also consistent with our strategy of selectively expanding in BP’s existing onshore basins, where we can link our innovative well design capability with our extensive subsurface expertise to generate industry leading capital efficiency.”
The acquisition, called the Northeast Blanco Unit, includes 480 natural gas wells spread across 33,000 gross acres in San Juan and Rio Arriba counties, according to the release.
BP spokeswoman Lisa Houghton said the acquisition elevates the company from a "minority" working interest in the wells to a "majority" operating ownership stake.
Pending approval, the sale means BP now has a majority, or 70 percent, working interest in the unit, Houghton said. There can only be one named operator of a well under permits from the state, she said. Prior to the sale, BP had a 40 percent non-operated working interest in the unit as one of several "minority" owners.
BP holds more than 550,000 net acres and produces approximately 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent each day in the San Juan Basin, according to the release.
The added assets will be folded into BP's west business unit. BP manages five onshore business units in the U.S., Houghton said.
BP plc's Lower 48 onshore business on Friday snapped up all of Devon Energy Corp.'s natural-gas rich San Juan Basin assets, including 480 wells spread across 33,000 gross acres, in the "first major acquisition" by the business in seven years.
Congratulations to Boeing`s Management and Employees!
Hey elonmusk0121........You called it! Congratulations!
Boeing Board Raises Share Repurchase Authorization to $14 Billion, Increases Dividend 20 Percent to $1.09/Share Quarterly!!!!!
I`m was happy with 7-8% and we got 20%!
Thanks Boeing! :)
Hi Printwasher............Here is my post dtd. 12/6/15 for your perusal.
I heard that he met stevefairchildes and that was a match made in heaven.
That was the last we heard of FredJames. How could we all be so lucky.
Stevefairchild........now there is a real loser!
One other poster asked about the where abouts of a fredjames.
Who might that be? Not Stevefairchild. Oh My!
Now that divvy increase would be nice. Best of Luck to you!
The thumbs down nomads are unfortunately sorry #$%$ shorts.
Some never learn!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Boeing: Expect Another Double-Digit Dividend Raise In December on or about 12/15/15 in the range of
15 - 20% according to an article on SA.
Google the header..................
I would be happy with 7-8%. That`s alot more that I receive from my bank!