Many of the smaller e&ps will need to raise cash to pay back loans based on asset valuations. However EPE benefits from the fact that the only borrowings subject to asset revaluation due to lower oil prices is the 2.75B revolver which is only 31% drawn down. That and the great hedge position will mean that no equity offerings will be needed.
LPI is one that has already anticipated the problem of lower asset valuations and has sold new equity to pay off debt.
Cramer's TheStreet headlined that LPI's production for 2015 would be lower. I believe their guidance is that the rate of growth will be lower--ie.; only a 12% increase. Some of these "experts" are morons or they don't proof read what their underlings write---stupid in itself.