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E&P 2Q Earnings Forecast to be ‘At or Above’ Records

Second quarter earnings and cash flow for exploration and production (E&P) companies are forecast to be “at or above record levels, up 0-10% sequentially,” according to a report by CreditSights energy consultants. Earnings are expected to be driven by continued commodity price and refining margin strength.

July 9, 2004

ConocoPhillips’ 4Q Shows Sequential Production Gains But Drop from 4Q02

ConocoPhillips expects to report fourth quarter oil and gas production of about 1.59 MMboe/d, up sequentially from the 1.56 MMboe/d reported in the third quarter, but down from a year earlier when the Houston-based major’s output was 1.62 MMboe/d.

January 12, 2004

ConocoPhillips’ 4Q Shows Sequential Production Gains But Drop from 4Q02

ConocoPhillips expects to report fourth quarter oil and gas production of about 1.59 MMboe/d, up sequentially from the 1.56 MMboe/d reported in the third quarter, but down from a year earlier when the Houston-based major’s output was 1.62 MMboe/d.

January 9, 2004

Majors’ 3Q Earnings Predicted to Fall 25% with 2% Decline in U.S. Gas

Earnings for the majors are expected to fall 25% in the third quarter, both year-over-year and sequentially, pushed by weaker oil and natural gas prices, a pull-back in domestic refining margins from “super-normal levels,” weaker Asian downstream profits and continued pressure on chemicals, according to analysts with Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown. Analysts also see a 2% drop from a year ago in third quarter U.S. natural gas production for the majors overall.

October 22, 2001

Majors’ 3Q Earnings Predicted to Fall 25% with 2% Decline in U.S. Gas Production

Earnings for the majors are expected to fall 25% in the third quarter, both year-over-year and sequentially, pushed by weaker oil and natural gas prices, a pull back in domestic refining margins from “super-normal levels,” weaker Asian downstream profits and continued pressure on chemicals, according to analysts with Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown. Analysts also see a 2% drop from a year ago in third quarter U.S. natural gas production for the majors overall.

October 22, 2001
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