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Cimarex Reports First Quarter 2020 Results; Issues Abridged Guidance

·14 mins read

DENVER , May 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --

  • Q1 Oil production averaged 89.8 MBbls/d

  • Invested $274 million in the first quarter

Cimarex Energy Co. (NYSE: XEC) today reported a first quarter 2020 net loss of $774.3 million , or $7.77 per share, compared to net income of $26.3 million , or $0.26 per share, in the same period a year ago.  First quarter results were negatively impacted by non-cash charges related to the impairment of oil and gas properties and the impairment of goodwill.  First quarter adjusted net income (non-GAAP) was $59.7 million , or $0.58 per share, compared to first quarter 2019 adjusted net income (non-GAAP) of $117.3 million , or $1.20 per share 1 .  Net cash provided by operating activities was $308.8 million in the first quarter of 2020 compared to $250.1 million in the same period a year ago.  Adjusted cash flow from operations (non-GAAP) was $306.4 million in the first quarter of 2020 compared to $351.1 million in the first quarter a year ago 1 .

Oil production averaged 89.8 thousand barrels (MBbls) per day, up 13 percent from the same period a year ago and down two percent sequentially.  Total company production volumes for the quarter averaged 276.6 thousand barrels of oil equivalent (MBOE) per day.

Realized product prices were down in the first quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago.  Realized oil prices averaged $44.18 per barrel, down 10 percent from the $48.87 per barrel received in the first quarter of 2019.  Realized natural gas prices averaged $0.55 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf), down 71 percent from the first quarter 2019 average of $1.91 per Mcf.  NGL prices averaged $9.84 per barrel, down 40 percent from the $16.44 per barrel received in the first quarter of 2019.

Natural gas prices were negatively impacted by local price differentials.  Cimarex's average differential to Henry Hub on its Permian natural gas production was $1.85 per Mcf in the first quarter of 2020 compared to $1.91 per Mcf in the first quarter of 2019 and $1.67 in the fourth quarter of 2019.  In the Mid-Continent region, the company's average differential to Henry Hub was $0.57 per Mcf versus $0.46 per Mcf in the first quarter of 2019 and $0.74 in the fourth quarter of 2019.  Our realized Permian oil differential to WTI Cushing improved and averaged $2.00 per barrel in the quarter, compared to $6.90 per barrel in the first quarter of 2019 and $2.18 per barrel in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Cimarex invested a total of $274 million during the first quarter, of which $214 million was attributable to drilling and completion activities, $18 million to saltwater disposal assets, and $9 million to midstream assets.  First quarter investments were funded with cash flow from operating activities.  Total debt at March 31, 2020 consisted of $2.0 billion of long-term notes, with no debt maturities until 2024.  Cimarex had no borrowings under its revolving credit facility and a cash balance of $89 million at quarter end.  Debt was 43 percent of total capitalization 2 .

Outlook
Cimarex has taken a number of steps to protect employees in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic including the implementation of remote work for all office staff and the adoption of COVID-19 protocols for field staff.  In addition to the health crisis, the pandemic has caused extreme weakness in oil prices due to lower demand.  Because of price uncertainty and resultant production curtailments, Cimarex will forgo quarterly and annual production guidance as well as guidance on per unit operating costs.  The company withdraws any previous guidance on these measures.

Cimarex Chairman and CEO, Tom Jorden , said, "Investors expect us to be good stewards of capital.  As stated in our April 15th press release, Cimarex's current outlook for capital investment in 2020 is down 55-60% from original plans and expected to be $500 - 600 million."  The table below shows a breakdown of the projected capital by category:

Capital Investment ($MM)


Updated 2020E Guidance


Drilling and Completion (D&C)


$300 - $400


Midstream/Saltwater Disposal (SWD)


~ $40


Other*


~ $160


Total Capital Investment


$500 - $600



* Capitalized overhead, production, NPL, and technology

Mr. Jorden continued, "The low end of our investment range assumes deferring well completions for the remainder of the year and limited drilling activity.  Under this scenario, we estimate Cimarex will have 47 net wells in progress as we enter 2021.  Should conditions warrant, we are prepared to complete additional wells in 2020."

"Our top priorities continue to be the health and safety of our employees, commitment to our balance sheet, and returning capital to shareholders through our dividend.  At current prices, with the benefit of our hedge position, Cimarex will generate free cash in 2020.  Our immediate actions were and will continue to be focused on the things we can control to protect our company during these unprecedented times.  In addition to deferring completions and the slowdown in drilling activity, and with final nominations in, we have curtailed approximately 20 percent of our May oil production.  Curtailments will continue should commodity prices remain depressed."

"Another top priority at Cimarex is environmental stewardship including, but not limited to, the reduction of methane emissions and reducing flaring intensity.  These measures are now part of the formula used for determining executive compensation."

He went on to say, "We continue to focus on cost control.  We recently initiated an Early Retirement Incentive Plan which will result in a ten percent reduction to our staff and ultimately save $25 million on an annual basis when completed. We will continue to reduce costs through the redeployment of our workforce, including replacing field contract labor with company employees.  In addition, we have lowered executive salaries and the cash retainer fees paid to our board of directors--a provisionary action in the event the situation improves."

Cimarex previously announced the retirement of Joe Albi , executive vice president and chief operating officer, from the company and as a member of the Board of Directors effective July 1 , 2020.  At the board's request, in order to have ongoing access to his deep knowledge of the industry and of Cimarex operations, Mr. Albi has agreed to serve out the remainder of his board term, which expires May 2021.  At that time, he will not stand for nomination and will retire from the board.

Operations Update
Cimarex invested $274 million during the first quarter, 93 percent in the Permian Basin and 7 percent in the Mid-Continent.  Cimarex brought 54 gross (20 net) wells on production during the quarter.  At March 31 , 98 gross (35 net) wells were waiting on completion.  Cimarex is currently running two drilling rigs (dropping to one by mid-May).

WELLS BROUGHT ON PRODUCTION BY REGION








Three Months Ended
March 31,



2020


2019






Gross wells





Permian Basin


35



12


Mid-Continent


19



26




54



38


Net wells





Permian Basin


20



5


Mid-Continent




3




20



8



Permian Region
Production from the Permian region averaged 203.4 MBOE per day in the first quarter, a 21 percent increase from first quarter 2019.  Oil volumes averaged 79.6 MBbls per day, a 23 percent increase from first quarter 2019 and up two percent sequentially.

Cimarex brought 35 gross (20 net) wells on production in the Permian region during the first quarter.  There were 51 gross (33 net) wells waiting on completion at March 31.  Cimarex currently operates two drilling rigs (dropping to one by mid-May) but no completion crews in the region.

Mid-Continent Region
Production from the Mid-Continent averaged 72.7 MBOE per day for the first quarter, down 20 percent from first quarter 2019 and down 15 percent sequentially.

During the first quarter, Cimarex brought 19 gross (0 net) wells on production in the Mid-Continent region.  At the end of the quarter, 47 gross (2 net) wells were waiting on completion.  Cimarex does not currently operate drilling rigs or completion crews in the Mid-Continent.

Cimarex's average daily production and commodity price by region is summarized below:

DAILY PRODUCTION BY REGION








Three Months Ended
March 31,



2020


2019






Permian Basin





Gas (MMcf)


449.0



340.6


Oil (Bbls)


79,606



64,969


NGL (Bbls)


48,932



46,273


Total Equivalent (MBOE)


203.4



168.0







Mid-Continent





Gas (MMcf)


244.1



297.2


Oil (Bbls)


9,941



14,224


NGL (Bbls)


22,110



26,630


Total Equivalent (MBOE)


72.7



90.4







Total Company





Gas (MMcf)


694.3



639.1


Oil (Bbls)


89,791



79,415


NGL (Bbls)


71,099



72,956


Total Equivalent (MBOE)


276.6



258.9




AVERAGE REALIZED PRICE BY REGION








Three Months Ended
March 31,



2020


2019






Permian Basin





Gas ($ per Mcf)


0.10



1.24


Oil ($ per Bbl)


44.17



48.00


NGL ($ per Bbl)


8.84



15.81







Mid-Continent





Gas ($ per Mcf)


1.38



2.69


Oil ($ per Bbl)


44.15



52.73


NGL ($ per Bbl)


12.03



17.52







Total Company





Gas ($ per Mcf)


0.55



1.91


Oil ($ per Bbl)


44.18



48.87


NGL ($ per Bbl)


9.84



16.44


Other
Cimarex received cash settlements of $11.7 million related to its gas hedges during the quarter.  Settlement of oil hedges resulted in cash receipts of $31.4 million .

The following table summarizes the company's current open hedge positions:




2Q20


3Q20


4Q20


1Q21


2Q21


3Q21


4Q21

















Gas Collars:

PEPL (3)
















Volume (MMBtu/d)


63,297



80,000



80,000



60,000



50,000



30,000



30,000



Wtd Avg Floor


$

1.89



$

1.75



$

1.75



$

1.72



$

1.69



$

1.73



$

1.73



Wtd Avg Ceiling


$

2.28



$

2.17



$

2.17



$

2.12



$

2.08



$

2.14



$

2.14



















El Paso Perm (3)
















Volume (MMBtu/d)


33,297



70,000



70,000



50,000



50,000



30,000



30,000



Wtd Avg Floor


$

1.41



$

1.36



$

1.36



$

1.36



$

1.36



$

1.51



$

1.51



Wtd Avg Ceiling


$

1.82



$

1.64



$

1.64



$

1.63



$

1.63



$

1.80



$

1.80



















Waha (3)
















Volume (MMBtu/d)


33,297



50,000



50,000



50,000



50,000



30,000



30,000



Wtd Avg Floor


$

1.56



$

1.32



$

1.32



$

1.32



$

1.32



$

1.50



$

1.50



Wtd Avg Ceiling


$

1.95



$

1.58



$

1.58



$

1.58



$

1.58



$

1.75



$

1.75


















Oil Collars:

WTI (4)
















Volume (Bbl/d)


34,341



41,000



41,000



33,000



23,000



14,000



14,000



Wtd Avg Floor


$

48.29



$

40.91



$

40.91



$

38.71



$

34.00



$

29.71



$

29.71



Wtd Avg Ceiling


$

58.96



$

49.84



$

49.84



$

46.70



$

41.33



$

36.86



$

36.86


















Oil Basis Swaps:

WTI Midland (5)
















Volume (Bbl/d)


27,648



32,000



32,000



24,000



18,000



13,000



13,000



Wtd Avg Differential


$

0.38



$

0.18



$

0.18



$



$

(0.19)



$

(0.65)



$

(0.65)


















Oil Swaps:

WTI (4)
















Volume (Bbl/d)


4,692















Wtd Avg Fixed


$

20.73



$



$



$



$



$



$


















Conference call and webcast
Cimarex will host a conference call tomorrow, May 7 , at 11:00 a.m. EDT ( 9:00 a.m. MDT ).  The call will be webcast and accessible on the Cimarex website at www.cimarex.com .  To join the live, interactive call, please dial 866-367-3053 ten minutes before the scheduled start time (callers in Canada dial 855-669-9657 and international callers dial 412-902-4216).  A replay will be available on the company's website.

Investor Presentation
For more details on Cimarex's first quarter 2020 results, please refer to the company's investor presentation available at www.cimarex.com .

About Cimarex Energy
Denver -based Cimarex Energy Co. is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company with principal operations in the Permian Basin and Mid-Continent areas of the U.S.

This press release contains forward-looking statements, including statements regarding projected results and future events. In particular, the disclosures under the heading "Outlook" contain projections for certain 2020 operational and financial metrics.  These forward-looking statements are based on management's judgment as of the date of this press release and include certain risks and uncertainties.  Please refer to the company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2019, filed with the SEC, and other filings including our Current Reports on Form 8-K and Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, for a list of certain risk factors that may affect these forward-looking statements.

Actual results may differ materially from company projections and other forward-looking statements and can be affected by a variety of factors outside the control of the company including among other things: oil, NGL and natural gas price levels and volatility, including those resulting from demand destruction from the COVID-19 pandemic; disruptions to the availability of workers and contractors due to illness and stay at home orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic; disruptions to gathering, pipeline, refining, transportation and other midstream and downstream activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic; disruptions to supply chains and availability of critical equipment and supplies due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the effectiveness of controls over financial reporting; declines in the values of our oil and gas properties resulting in impairments; impairments of goodwill; higher than expected costs and expenses, including the availability and cost of services and materials; our ability to successfully integrate the March 2019 acquisition of Resolute Energy Corporation; compliance with environmental and other regulations; costs and availability of third party facilities for gathering, processing, refining and transportation; risks associated with concentration of operations in one major geographic area; environmental liabilities; the ability to receive drilling and other permits and rights-of-way in a timely manner; development drilling and testing results; the potential for production decline rates to be greater than expected; performance of acquired properties and newly drilled wells; regulatory approvals, including regulatory restrictions on federal lands; legislative or regulatory changes, including initiatives related to hydraulic fracturing, emissions and disposal of produced water; unexpected future capital expenditures; economic and competitive conditions; the availability and cost of capital; the ability to obtain industry partners to jointly explore certain prospects, and the willingness and ability of those partners to meet capital obligations when requested; changes in estimates of proved reserves; derivative and hedging activities; the success of the company's risk management activities; title to properties; litigation; the ability to complete property sales or other transactions; and other factors discussed in the company's reports filed with the SEC.  Cimarex Energy Co. encourages readers to consider the risks and uncertainties associated with projections and other forward-looking statements.  In addition, the company assumes no obligation to publicly revise or update any forward-looking statements based on future events or circumstances.

______________________________________

1

Adjusted net income and adjusted cash flow from operations are non-GAAP financial measures.  See below for reconciliations of the related GAAP amounts.



2

Debt to total capitalization is calculated by dividing the sum of (i) the principal amount of senior notes and (ii) redeemable preferred stock by the sum of (x) the principal amount of senior notes, (y) redeemable preferred stock, and (z) total stockholders' equity.



3

PEPL refers to Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Tex/OK Mid-Continent index, El Paso Perm refers to El Paso Permian Basin index, and Waha refers to West Texas (Waha) Index, all as quoted in Platt's Inside FERC.



4

WTI refers to West Texas Intermediate oil price as quoted on the New York Mercantile Exchange.



5

Index price on basis swaps is WTI NYMEX less the weighted average WTI Midland differential, as quoted by Argus Americas Crude.

RECONCILIATION OF ADJUSTED NET INCOME

The following reconciles net (loss) income as reported under generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to adjusted net income (non-GAAP) for the periods indicated.


Three Months Ended
March 31,


2020


2019


(in thousands, except per share data)





Net (loss) income

$

(774,282)



$

26,316


Impairment of oil and gas properties (1)

333,651




Impairment of goodwill

714,447




Mark-to-market (gain) loss on open derivative positions

(183,826)



106,401


Loss on early extinguishment of debt



4,250


Acquisition related costs



8,318


Asset retirement obligation

2,800




Tax impact (2)

(33,120)



(27,958)


Adjusted net income

$

59,670



$

117,327


Diluted earnings per share

$

(7.77)



$

0.26


Adjusted diluted earnings per share*

$

0.58



$

1.20






Weighted-average number of shares outstanding:




Adjusted diluted**

102,131



97,715


______________________________________

(1)

An additional ceiling test impairment is anticipated in the second quarter.



(2)

Because the goodwill impairment is not deductible for tax purposes, the tax impact in the 2020 period is calculated using an effective tax rate determined by excluding goodwill from the effective tax rate calculation.



Adjusted net income and adjusted diluted earnings per share exclude the noted items because management believes these items affect the comparability of operating results. The company discloses these non-GAAP financial measures as a useful adjunct to GAAP measures because:



a)

Management uses adjusted net income to evaluate the company's operating performance between periods and to compare the company's performance to other oil and gas exploration and production companies.





b)

Adjusted net income is more comparable to earnings estimates provided by research analysts.




* Does not include adjustments resulting from application of the "two-class method" used to determine earnings per share under GAAP.


** Reflects the weighted-average number of common shares outstanding during the period as adjusted for the dilutive effects of outstanding stock options.

RECONCILIATION OF ADJUSTED CASH FLOW FROM OPERATIONS, FREE CASH FLOW AND
FREE CASH FLOW AFTER DIVIDEND

The following table provides a reconciliation from generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) measures of net cash provided by operating activities to adjusted cash flows from operations (non-GAAP), free cash flow (non-GAAP) and free cash flow after dividend (non-GAAP) for the periods indicated.


Three Months Ended
March 31,


2020


2019


(in thousands)

Net cash provided by operating activities

$

308,791



$

250,091


Change in operating assets and liabilities

(2,370)



100,971






Adjusted cash flow from operations

306,421



351,062






Oil and gas expenditures

(266,070)



(332,742)


Other capital expenditures

(26,425)



(17,828)


Free cash flow

13,926



492






Dividends paid

(21,593)



(17,179)


Free cash flow after dividend

$

(7,667)



$

(16,687)


Management uses the non-GAAP financial measures of adjusted cash flow from operations, free cash flow and free cash flow aver dividend as means of measuring our ability to fund our capital program and dividends, without fluctuations caused by changes in current assets and liabilities, which are included in the GAAP measure of net cash provided by operating activities. Management believes these non-GAAP financial measures provide useful information to investors for the same reason, and that they are also used by professional research analysts in providing investment recommendations pertaining to companies in the oil and gas exploration and production industry.

OIL AND GAS CAPITALIZED EXPENDITURES




Three Months Ended
March 31,


2020


2019


(in thousands)

Acquisitions:




Proved

$

7,250



$

692,600


Unproved



1,050,782



7,250



1,743,382






Exploration and development:




Land and seismic

13,924



9,527


Exploration and development

234,728



358,491



248,652



368,018






Property sales:




Proved



4,030


Unproved

(830)



(3,501)



(830)



529







$

255,072



$

2,111,929






CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS AND COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS) (unaudited)








Three Months Ended
March 31,



2020


2019



(in thousands, except per
share information)

Revenues:





Oil sales


$

360,980



$

349,306


Gas and NGL sales


98,481



217,915


Gas gathering and other


13,369



9,736




472,830



576,957


Costs and expenses:





Impairment of oil and gas properties


333,651




Depreciation, depletion, amortization, and accretion


219,810



192,466


Impairment of goodwill


714,447




Production


87,236



78,404


Transportation, processing, and other operating


54,922



59,575


Gas gathering and other


8,298



5,182


Taxes other than income


30,961



33,694


General and administrative


25,509



29,084


Stock compensation


6,394



6,713


(Gain) loss on derivative instruments, net


(226,940)



115,452


Other operating expense, net


251



8,326




1,254,539



528,896







Operating (loss) income


(781,709)



48,061







Other (income) and expense:





Interest expense


23,181



20,405


Capitalized interest


(13,182)



(8,742)


Loss on early extinguishment of debt




4,250


Other, net


(871)



(2,241)







(Loss) income before income tax


(790,837)



34,389


Income tax (benefit) expense


(16,555)



8,073


Net (loss) income


$

(774,282)



$

26,316







Earnings (loss) per share to common stockholders:





Basic


$

(7.77)



$

0.26


Diluted


$

(7.77)



$

0.26







Dividends declared per common share


$

0.22



$

0.20







Weighted-average number of shares outstanding:





Basic


99,842



95,922


Diluted


99,842



95,932







Comprehensive (loss) income:





Net (loss) income


$

(774,282)



$

26,316


Other comprehensive income:





Change in fair value of investments, net of tax of $0 and $339, respectively




1,149


Total comprehensive (loss) income


$

(774,282)



$

27,465










CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS (unaudited)








Three Months Ended
March 31,



2020


2019



(in thousands)

Cash flows from operating activities:





Net (loss) income


$

(774,282)



$

26,316


Adjustments to reconcile net (loss) income to net cash





provided by operating activities:





Impairment of oil and gas properties


333,651




Depreciation, depletion, amortization, and accretion


219,810



192,466


Impairment of goodwill


714,447




Deferred income taxes


(16,357)



8,073


Stock compensation


6,394



6,713


(Gain) loss on derivative instruments, net


(226,940)



115,452


Settlements on derivative instruments


43,114



(9,051)


Loss on early extinguishment of debt




4,250


Amortization of debt issuance costs and discounts


784



719


Changes in non-current assets and liabilities


2,410



2,148


Other, net


3,390



3,976


Changes in operating assets and liabilities:





Accounts receivable


119,605



33,976


Other current assets


(24)



350


Accounts payable and other current liabilities


(117,211)



(135,297)


Net cash provided by operating activities


308,791



250,091


Cash flows from investing activities:





Acquisition of Resolute Energy, net of cash acquired




(284,441)


Oil and gas capital expenditures


(266,070)



(332,742)


Other capital expenditures


(26,425)



(17,828)


Sales of oil and gas assets


830



5,000


Sales of other assets


181



200


Net cash used by investing activities


(291,484)



(629,811)


Cash flows from financing activities:





Borrowings of long-term debt


101,000



1,182,310


Repayments of long-term debt


(101,000)



(1,553,000)


Financing, underwriting, and debt redemption fees


(100)



(10,938)


Finance lease payments


(1,465)



(635)


Dividends paid


(21,593)



(17,179)


Employee withholding taxes paid upon the net settlement of equity-classified stock awards


(165)



(654)


Proceeds from exercise of stock options




80


Net cash used by financing activities


(23,323)



(400,016)


Net change in cash and cash equivalents


(6,016)



(779,736)


Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period


94,722



800,666


Cash and cash equivalents at end of period


$

88,706



$

20,930


CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (unaudited)








March 31,
2020


December 31,
2019

Assets


(in thousands, except share and
per share information)

Current assets:





Cash and cash equivalents


$

88,706



$

94,722


Accounts receivable, net of allowance


329,977



448,584


Oil and gas well equipment and supplies


45,108



47,893


Derivative instruments


200,537



17,944


Other current assets


12,263



12,343


Total current assets


676,591



621,486


Oil and gas properties at cost, using the full cost method of accounting:





Proved properties


20,894,962



20,678,334


Unproved properties and properties under development, not being amortized


1,297,493



1,255,908




22,192,455



21,934,242


Less – accumulated depreciation, depletion, amortization, and impairment


(17,255,321)



(16,723,544)


Net oil and gas properties


4,937,134



5,210,698


Fixed assets, net of accumulated depreciation of $406,388 and $389,458, respectively


527,652



519,291


Goodwill




716,865


Derivative instruments


7,121



580


Other assets


69,848



71,109




$

6,218,346



$

7,140,029


Liabilities, Redeemable Preferred Stock, and Stockholders' Equity



Current liabilities:





Accounts payable


$

56,500



$

49,020


Accrued liabilities


360,790



418,978


Derivative instruments


6,772



16,681


Revenue payable


135,079



207,939


Operating leases


65,958



66,003


Total current liabilities


625,099



758,621


Long-term debt principal


2,000,000



2,000,000


Less—unamortized debt issuance costs and discounts


(14,242)



(14,754)


Long-term debt, net


1,985,758



1,985,246


Deferred income taxes


322,067



338,424


Derivative instruments


16,235



1,018


Operating leases


182,590



184,172


Other liabilities


215,477



214,787


Total liabilities


3,347,226



3,482,268


Redeemable preferred stock - 8.125% Series A Cumulative Perpetual Convertible Preferred Stock, $0.01 par value, 62,500 shares authorized and issued


81,620



81,620







Stockholders' equity:





Common stock, $0.01 par value, 200,000,000 shares authorized, 102,101,878 and 102,144,577 shares issued, respectively


1,021



1,021


Additional paid-in capital


3,254,760



3,243,325


(Accumulated deficit) retained earnings


(466,281)



331,795


Total stockholders' equity


2,789,500



3,576,141




$

6,218,346



$

7,140,029


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