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Previous Close6.07
Bid6.01 x 4000
Ask6.12 x 21500
Day's Range5.93 - 6.16
52 Week Range1.94 - 14.43
Avg. Volume10,679,178
Market Cap3.428B
Beta (5Y Monthly)3.53
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
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  • WPX Energy Inc (WPX) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
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    WPX Energy Inc (WPX) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

    WPX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2020.

  • WPX Energy (WPX) Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues Miss

    WPX Energy (WPX) Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues Miss

    WPX Energy's (WPX) second-quarter earnings surpass expectation. Its strong quarterly oil production is backed by solid contribution from Felix Energy assets.

  • Shale Drillers Signal Bleak 2020 While Trump Champions Oil Patch

    Shale Drillers Signal Bleak 2020 While Trump Champions Oil Patch

    (Bloomberg) -- Three shale explorers signaled a grim rest of 2020 for the U.S. oil patch just hours after President Donald Trump arrived in the Permian Basin championing “American energy dominance.”In second-quarter earnings reports published after the close of trading in New York, QEP Resources Inc. cut its production outlook, WPX Energy Inc. further reduced its capital spending budget, while Concho Resources Inc. stuck with plans to keep crude volumes flat from 2019 levels, ending years of growth. QEP shares dipped as much as 20%.It’s a downbeat reality check for the industry, which is emerging from the worst oil price crash in a generation and another sign that the decade-long, debt-fueled surge of production growth is over. Meanwhile, Trump, speaking in front of an oil rig near Midland, Texas, vowed to defend U.S. shale against “zealots, radicals and extremists trying to shut down your industry.” Never again would America be beholden to foreign nations for energy, he said.All three U.S. shale producers posted net losses that would have been much worse had it not been for their large hedge books, which protect against price declines. Concho takes out some of the industry’s largest hedges, with about three-quarters of its 2020 production insured to some extent against this year’s price declines.That allowed Concho to keep its dividend for the period. Asset sales and other one-off items in a volatile quarter meant that Concho beat estimates for its adjusted earnings by a wide margin.Even so, hedging only protects oil companies against price declines for so long, and at around $40 a barrel, much of U.S. shale is getting less than what’s needed to cover drilling and completion costs in many areas.Elsewhere, TechnipFMC updated its 2020 outlook on Wednesday to tell investors that the global oilfield equipment maker now expects to produce as much as $150 million in free cash flow this year, compared with no expectation for free cash flow before. The Houston-based company reported second-quarter earnings of 9 cents a share, excluding certain items, which beat analysts’ estimates.American shale oil producers are expecting a particularly tough earnings season as the pandemic rips its way through the global economy, depressing demand for crude. Their rapid growth over the past decade was based on borrowed money, which they are struggling to pay back now that prices and production have dropped.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.