Devon Energy Reports Second-Quarter 2014 Results *Delivered U.S. oil production growth of 79 percent year over year *Increased operating cash flow by 47 percent year over year *Achieved outstanding well results in the Delaware Basin *Completed non-core asset divestiture program with excellent results *Reduced debt by $3.2 billion Business Wire OKLAHOMA CITY -- August 6, 2014 Devon Energy Corporation (NYSE:DVN) today reported net earnings of $675 million or $1.65 per common share ($1.64 per diluted share) for the quarter ended June 30, 2014. This compares with second-quarter 2013 net earnings of $683 million or $1.69 per common share ($1.68 per diluted share). Adjusting for items securities analysts typically exclude from their published estimates, the company earned $574 million or $1.40 per diluted share in the second quarter. This represents a 16 percent increase in adjusted earnings compared to the second quarter of 2013. “The second quarter was an outstanding one for Devon as we continued to focus on execution in our core and emerging areas, delivering great results,” said John Richels, president and chief executive officer. “Our drilling programs drove impressive oil production growth in our retained assets, and our disciplined pursuit of high-margin production also improved pre-tax cash margins by 40 percent year over year.” Devon generated cash flow from operations of $2.0 billion in the second quarter, a 47 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. Combined with $2.8 billion of pre-tax proceeds received from the sale of the company’s Canadian conventional gas business, Devon’s total cash inflows for the quarter reached $4.8 billion. “With the announced sale of our U.S. non-core assets in June, the portfolio transformation that we announced late last year is now complete,” Richels said. “Devon emerges with a formidable, more focused portfolio positioned in some of the most attractive North America resource plays. We project liquids to approach 60 percent of our production by year-end and expect to deliver attractive high-margin production growth for many years to come.” Retained Assets Drive Strong Production Growth Total production of oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids averaged 667,000 oil-equivalent barrels (Boe) per day in the second quarter of 2014. Excluding production associated with divestiture properties, production from Devon’s retained, go-forward asset base increased to 620,000 Boe per day in the second quarter. This represents a 14 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. The company’s divestiture assets averaged 47,000 Boe per day in the second quarter, of which 77 percent was natural gas. Growth in oil production drove the increase in second-quarter production from the company’s go-forward assets. Oil production from these retained assets averaged 205,000 barrels per day, a 34 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. The most significant growth came from the company’s U.S. operations, where oil production increased a substantial 79 percent year over year. This dramatic increase in U.S. oil production is largely attributable to growth from Devon’s Permian Basin and Eagle Ford operations. Reconciliations of retained and non-core asset production are provided later in this release. Key Operating Highlights Permian Basin – Net production averaged a record 95,000 Boe per day in the second quarter, a 25 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. Light-oil production accounted for nearly 60 percent of Devon’s total Permian production. The Bone Spring play in the Delaware Basin was a significant contributor to the company’s growth in the Permian. Devon added 22 new Bone Spring wells to production in the second quarter, with initial 30-day rates averaging 660 Boe per day, exceeding the company’s type-curve expectations. Devon has identified 3,500 risked, undrilled locations across its Bone Spring acreage position and expects to generate additional inventory increases over time. Also in the Delaware Basin, Devon commenced production on two high-rate oil wells targeting the Delaware Sands in Lea County, New Mexico. Initial 30-day production from each of these two wells averaged about 1,000 Boe per day, which was nearly 70 percent light oil. The company has approximately 80,000 net acres prospective for the Delaware Sands within Southeast New Mexico. In the Southern Midland Basin, Devon delivered another quarter of strong results from its oil development program in the Wolfcamp Shale. During the second quarter, the company brought 30 Wolfcamp Shale wells online, increasing average net production in this play to 12,000 Boe per day. This represents year-over-year net production growth of 9,000 Boe per day. Eagle Ford – In the second quarter, Devon’s net production averaged 65,000 Boe per day. This result was in line with the company’s guidance range in spite of production interruptions related to third-party gathering system downtime. These gathering constraints reduced production by approximately 8,000 Boe per day in the quarter. With the acceleration of well tie-ins, Devon’s net production in June increased to an average 73,000 Boe per day, representing an increase of nearly 50 percent from the first-quarter exit rate. The company remains on track to average 70,000 to 80,000 net Boe per day from this world-class asset for its 10 months of ownership in 2014. During the second quarter, the company added 60 new Eagle Ford wells to production, with initial 30-day production rates for these wells approaching 1,200 Boe per day. Included in Devon’s second quarter results was the company’s first operated well in Lavaca County, Texas. Initial 24-hour production from the Ronyn 1H was approximately 1,600 Boe per day, which was 70 percent light oil. In addition to an active upstream program, the company recently completed construction of its Victoria Express Pipeline (VEX) in the Eagle Ford which provides marketing flexibility. VEX is a 56-mile oil pipeline that runs from Devon’s core position in DeWitt County to Port of Victoria terminal on the Texas Gulf Coast. Initial capacity on VEX is 50,000 barrels per day, with invested capital to date totaling $70 million. Devon owns 100 percent of VEX, making this strategic midstream asset a possible candidate for drop down into EnLink Midstream. Canadian Thermal Oil –The significant improvement in Western Canadian Select benchmark pricing during the quarter increased price realizations at Devon’s Jackfish thermal oil projects to $65.88, a 22 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. Gross production from Devon’s Jackfish 1 and Jackfish 2 thermal oil projects averaged 60,000 barrels of oil per day in the second quarter, a 3 percent increase compared to the year-ago period. After accounting for royalties, net production from the company’s Jackfish complex averaged 52,000 barrels per day. Second-quarter results were highlighted by the excellent performance at Jackfish 1, where gross production exceeded name-plate facility capacity, averaging 36,000 barrels per day. Construction of the company’s Jackfish 3 thermal oil project was completed in the second quarter, and first steam commenced in early July. First oil will occur in the third quarter, with production ramping throughout 2015. At peak production, Devon’s three 100 percent-owned Jackfish projects are expected to produce 105,000 barrels per day before royalties and have the potential to generate in excess of $1 billion of free cash flow annually. Also completed in the second quarter was the expansion of Devon’s Access Pipeline. The Access Pipeline system services the company’s growing thermal oil business in Canada by delivering diluent to its production facilities and transporting blended oil to market in Edmonton. The company owns a 50 percent interest in this strategically located pipeline, which has a gross capacity of 340,000 barrels per day. To date, the company has invested approximately $1 billion in this project. Devon has granted EnLink Midstream a right of first offer for its interest in Access Pipeline. Anadarko Basin – Net production in the second quarter averaged a record 93,000 Boe per day. Second-quarter liquids production increased 26 percent compared to the prior-year quarter. Liquids now account for 45 percent of total production in the Anadarko Basin. The Cana-Woodford play in the Anadarko Basin was the most significant contributor to this strong second-quarter production growth. Devon brought 20 Cana-Woodford wells online, with initial 30-day rates averaging 1,250 Boe per day, of which 55 percent was liquids. Driven by an enhanced completion design, these outstanding initial production rates exceeded the company’s Cana-Woodford type curve by more than 35 percent. Given the company’s recent success in the Cana-Woodford, Devon further bolstered its leasehold position in May by acquiring an additional 50,000 net acres in the core of the play. This transaction closed in late June, increasing the company’s total Cana-Woodford position to roughly 280,000 net surface acres with stacked-pay potential. This additional acreage further bolsters the thousands of undrilled locations the company’s has in this high-quality, liquids-rich play. The company also commenced production on four high-rate wells in the Granite Wash play. Initial 30-day rates from these wells averaged approximately 1,900 Boe per day, including 1,200 barrels of liquids per day. These results include a Mathers Ranch 167-3H well that achieved an outstanding 30-day rate of nearly 4,000 Boe per day. Barnett Shale – Continuing efforts to optimize existing well performance sustained net production at 1.3 billion cubic feet of natural gas equivalent per day in the second quarter compared to the previous quarter. Liquids production increased 2 percent year over year to an average of 57,000 barrels per day, accounting for 27 percent of total Barnett production. Rockies – Devon’s Powder River Basin oil program continued to deliver encouraging results in the second quarter. The company’s drilling activity was highlighted by two wells targeting the Parkman formation in Campbell County, Wyoming. Initial 30-day production from these wells averaged 950 Boe per day, of which 95 percent was light oil, at an average well cost of roughly $5 million per well. To date, the company has identified approximately 1,000 risked oil locations across its Powder River Basin position, with the Parkman formation accounting for nearly 75 percent of this inventory. Devon expects this drilling inventory to increase over time as the company continues to appraise its 150,000 net acres across the Powder River Basin that is prospective for the Parkman, Turner and Frontier intervals. Mississippian-Woodford Trend – Net production from Devon’s Mississippian-Woodford Trend averaged 18,000 Boe per day in the second quarter, of which approximately 50 percent was light oil. This represents a production growth rate of 13,000 Boe per day compared to the second quarter of 2013. The company commenced production on 55 operated wells within the Sinopec joint-venture area during the quarter. Overall results in the emerging oil opportunity continue to support target economics. Upstream Revenue Increases and Margins Expand Revenue from oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids sales totaled $2.7 billion in the second quarter, a 21 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. This growth in revenue was attributable to the increase in high-margin oil production combined with improved oil price realizations. These factors resulted in second-quarter oil sales increasing to more than 60 percent of Devon’s total upstream revenues. Devon’s marketing and midstream operating profit reached $224 million, which exceeded the company’s guidance and represented a 90 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2013. The year-over-year increase in operating profit was driven by the consolidation of EnLink Midstream and improved marketing margins. Pre-tax cash expenses totaled $1.1 billion in the second quarter, in line with previous guidance. Excluding the costs associated with the consolidation of EnLink Midstream, pre-tax cash costs for the company’s upstream business were 7 percent higher than the second quarter of 2013. The increase in cash costs were attributable to higher production taxes related to strong revenue growth and higher operating costs associated with the company’s rapidly growing high-margin oil production. Overall, the benefits of higher-margin oil production, improved price realizations, and a low cost structure resulted in expanded cash margin for Devon. Pre-tax cash margin reached $30.47 per Boe in the second quarter, a 40 percent increase compared to the year-ago period. Financial Position Remains Strong; Foreign Cash Repatriated With investment-grade credit ratings and cash balances of $1.7 billion at the end of the second quarter, Devon’s financial position remains exceptionally strong. At June 30, the company’s net debt totaled $10.7 billion, of which $1.7 billion was attributable to the consolidation of EnLink Midstream and is non-recourse to Devon. In the second quarter, Devon repatriated $2.8 billion from the sale of its Canadian conventional gas assets. The company utilized these divestiture proceeds, cash on hand, and free cash flow generated during the quarter to reduce debt balances by $3.2 billion. Proceeds from the company’s recently announced U.S. non-core asset sale will be used to further reduce net debt in the third quarter. Divestiture Program Complete Last November, Devon announced an initiative to monetize non-core assets in both the U.S. and Canada, sharpening its focus on retained, high-growth assets. Since that announcement the company has sold or agreed to sell $5.1 billion in non-core assets. In April, the company completed the sale of its largest divestiture package, the Canadian conventional gas business, for $2.8 billion (C$3.125 billion). In June, Devon announced an agreement to sell all of its non-core U.S. oil and gas properties for $2.3 billion. The agreement covers the company’s remaining assets targeted for divestiture and completes the divestiture program. Non-GAAP Reconciliations Pursuant to regulatory disclosure requirements, Devon is required to reconcile non-GAAP financial measures to the related GAAP information (GAAP refers to generally accepted accounting principles). Adjusted earnings, net debt and pre-tax cash margin are non-GAAP financial measures referenced within this release. Reconciliations of these non-GAAP measures are provided later in this release. Conference Call to be Webcast Today Devon will conduct a conference call webcast (with associated slides) today at 10 a.m. Central (11 a.m. Eastern). The webcast will feature discussion of the company’s second-quarter results. To listen to the webcast, including synchronized slides, visit www.devonenergy.com. Additionally, the slides will be available via the website for printing or download approximately 10 minutes before the webcast. A replay of the webcast will be available on our website. This press release includes "forward-looking statements" as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Such statements are those concerning strategic plans, expectations and objectives for future operations. All statements, other than statements of historical facts, included in this press release that address activities, events or developments that the company expects, believes or anticipates will or may occur in the future are forward-looking statements. Such statements are subject to a number of assumptions, risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the control of the company. Statements regarding future drilling and production are subject to all of the risks and uncertainties normally incident to the exploration for and development and production of oil and gas. These risks include, but are not limited to, the volatility of oil, natural gas and NGL prices; uncertainties inherent in estimating oil, natural gas and NGL reserves; the extent to which we are successful in acquiring and discovering additional reserves; unforeseen changes in the rate of production from our oil and gas properties; uncertainties in future exploration and drilling results; uncertainties inherent in estimating the cost of drilling and completing wells; drilling risks; competition for leases, materials, people and capital; midstream capacity constraints and potential interruptions in production; risk related to our hedging activities; environmental risks; political changes; changes in laws or regulations; our limited control over third parties who operate our oil and gas properties; our ability to successfully complete mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; and other risks identified in our Form 10-K and our other filings with the SEC. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and that actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements in this press release are made as of the date of this press release, even if subsequently made available by Devon on its website or otherwise. Devon does not undertake any obligation to update the forward-looking statements as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. The SEC permits oil and gas companies, in their filings with the SEC, to disclose only proved, probable and possible reserves that meet the SEC's definitions for such terms, and price and cost sensitivities for such reserves, and prohibits disclosure of resources that do not constitute such reserves.This release may contain certain terms, such as resource potential andexploration target size.These estimates are by their nature more speculative than estimates of proved, probable and possible reserves and accordingly are subject to substantially greater risk of being actually realized. The SEC guidelines strictly prohibit us from including these estimates in filings with the SEC. U.S. investors are urged to consider closely the disclosure in our Form 10-K, available at www.devonenergy.com. You can also obtain this form from the SEC by calling 1-800-SEC-0330 or from the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov. Devon Energy Corporation is an Oklahoma City-based independent energy company engaged in oil and gas exploration and production. Devon is a leading U.S.-based independent oil and gas producer and is included in the S&P 500 Index. For more information about Devon, please visit our website at www.devonenergy.com. DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION PRODUCTION (net of royalties) Quarter Ended Six Months Ended June 30, June 30, Average Daily Production: 2014 2013 2014 2013 Natural Gas (MMcf) United States - Core 1,691 1,678 1,641 1,667 Canada - Core 23 32 23 35 Non-Core 217 730 397 730 Total Natural Gas 1,931 2,440 2,061 2,432 Oil / Bitumen (MBbls) United States - Core 128 71 112 67 Canada - Core 77 82 78 82 Non-Core 4 16 10 17 Total Oil / Bitumen 209 169 200 166 Natural Gas Liquids (MBbls) United States - Core 130 105 125 103 Non-Core 6 17 11 18 Total Natural Gas Liquids 136 122 136 121 Oil Equivalent (MBoe) United States - Core 539 456 511 448 Canada - Core 81 87 81 88 Non-Core 47 155 87 156 Total Oil Equivalent 667 698 679 692 KEY OPERATING STATISTICS BY REGION Quarter Ended June 30, 2014 Avg. Gross Operated Production Wells Rigs at (MBOED) Drilled June 30, 2014 Permian Basin 95 71 23 Eagle Ford 65 90 2 Canadian Heavy Oil 81 13 3 Barnett Shale 212 29 2 Anadarko Basin 93 21 2 Mississippian-Woodford Trend 18 53 8 Rockies 21 6 4 Other Assets 35 - - Core & Emerging Assets - Total 620 283 44 Rockies (Non-Core) 24 - - Gulf Coast (Non-Core) 16 - - Mid-Continent (Non-Core) 7 - - Devon - Total 667 283 44 DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION BENCHMARK Quarter Ended Six Months Ended PRICES (average June 30, June 30, prices) 2014 2013 2014 2013 Natural Gas ($/Mcf) – $ 4.68 $ 4.10 $ 4.81 $ 3.72 Henry Hub Oil ($/Bbl) – West Texas $ 103.09 $ 94.14 $ 100.87 $ 94.29 Intermediate (Cushing) REALIZED Quarter Ended June 30, 2014 PRICES Oil / Gas NGLs Total Bitumen (Per Bbl) (Per Mcf) (Per (Per Boe) Bbl) United States $ 95.71 $ 4.19 $ 25.22 $ 41.06 Canada ^(1) $ 69.45 $ 1.56 N/M $ 65.96 Realized price without $ 86.00 $ 4.15 $ 25.13 $ 44.12 hedges Cash $ (4.17 ) $ (0.16 ) $ - $ (1.78 ) settlements Realized price, including $ 81.83 $ 3.99 $ 25.13 $ 42.34 cash settlements Quarter Ended June 30, 2013 Oil / Gas NGLs Total Bitumen (Per Bbl) (Per Mcf) (Per (Per Boe) Bbl) United States $ 91.56 $ 3.49 $ 24.80 $ 32.19 Canada ^(1) $ 61.84 $ 3.44 $ 43.68 $ 43.02 Realized price without $ 75.23 $ 3.48 $ 26.29 $ 35.00 hedges Cash $ 1.94 $ (0.07 ) $ 0.10 $ 0.23 settlements Realized price, including $ 77.17 $ 3.41 $ 26.39 $ 35.23 cash settlements Six Months Ended June 30, 2014 Oil / Gas NGLs Total Bitumen (Per Bbl) (Per Mcf) (Per (Per Boe) Bbl) United States $ 93.96 $ 4.26 $ 27.34 $ 40.30 Canada ^(1) $ 65.37 $ 3.97 $ 50.17 $ 53.26 Realized price without $ 82.10 $ 4.23 $ 28.11 $ 42.61 hedges Cash $ (3.19 ) $ (0.25 ) $ - $ (1.70 ) settlements Realized price, including $ 78.91 $ 3.98 $ 28.11 $ 40.91 cash settlements Six Months Ended June 30, 2013 Oil / Gas NGLs Total Bitumen (Per Bbl) (Per Mcf) (Per (Per Boe) Bbl) United States $ 89.64 $ 3.15 $ 25.53 $ 30.29 Canada ^(1) $ 51.21 $ 3.24 $ 45.54 $ 37.34 Realized price without $ 67.88 $ 3.17 $ 27.16 $ 32.13 hedges Cash $ 2.06 $ 0.08 $ 0.11 $ 0.80 settlements Realized price, including $ 69.94 $ 3.25 $ 27.27 $ 32.93 cash settlements ^(1) The reported Canadian gas volumes include volumes that are produced from certain of our leases and then transported to our Jackfish operations where the gas is used as fuel. However, the revenues and expenses related to this consumed gas are eliminated in our consolidated financials. DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS (in millions, except per share Quarter Ended Six Months Ended amounts) June 30, June 30, 2014 2013 2014 2013 Oil, gas and NGL $ 2,679 $ 2,222 $ 5,236 $ 4,026 sales Oil, gas and NGL (399 ) 366 (719 ) 46 derivatives Marketing and midstream 2,230 500 3,718 987 revenues Total operating 4,510 3,088 8,235 5,059 revenues Lease operating 582 559 1,180 1,084 expenses Marketing and midstream 2,006 382 3,311 745 operating expenses General and administrative 189 167 400 317 expenses Production and 150 125 287 238 property taxes Depreciation, depletion and 828 674 1,567 1,378 amortization Asset - 40 - 1,953 impairments Restructuring 5 8 42 46 costs Gains and losses (1,057 ) 1 (1,072 ) - on asset sales Other operating 33 32 56 55 items Total operating 2,736 1,988 5,771 5,816 expenses Operating income 1,774 1,100 2,464 (757 ) (loss) Net financing 131 103 243 206 costs Other nonoperating 89 - 107 2 items Earnings (loss) before income 1,554 997 2,114 (965 ) taxes Income tax expense 854 314 1,085 (309 ) (benefit) Net earnings 700 683 1,029 (656 ) (loss) Net earnings attributable to 25 - 30 - noncontrolling interests Net earnings (loss) $ 675 $ 683 $ 999 $ (656 ) attributable to Devon Net earnings (loss) per share attributable to Devon: Basic $ 1.65 $ 1.69 $ 2.45 $ (1.63 ) Diluted $ 1.64 $ 1.68 $ 2.44 $ (1.63 ) Weighted average common shares outstanding: Basic 408 406 408 406 Diluted 411 407 410 406 DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS (in millions) Quarter Ended June 30, 2014 Devon U.S. EnLink Eliminations Total & Canada ^(1) Oil, gas and $ 2,679 $ - $ - $ 2,679 NGL sales Oil, gas and NGL (399 ) - - (399 ) derivatives Marketing and midstream 1,478 927 (175 ) 2,230 revenues Total operating 3,758 927 (175 ) 4,510 revenues Lease operating 582 - - 582 expenses Marketing and midstream 1,454 727 (175 ) 2,006 expenses General and administrative 162 27 - 189 expenses Production and 142 8 - 150 property taxes Depreciation, depletion and 754 74 - 828 amortization Restructuring 5 - - 5 costs Gain on asset (1,057 ) - - (1,057 ) sales Other operating 34 (1 ) - 33 items Total operating 2,076 835 (175 ) 2,736 expenses Operating 1,682 92 - 1,774 income Net financing 117 14 - 131 costs Other nonoperating 94 (5 ) - 89 items Earnings before income 1,471 83 - 1,554 taxes Income tax 836 18 - 854 expense Net earnings 635 65 - 700 Net earnings attributable to 1 24 - 25 noncontrolling interests Net earnings attributable $ 634 $ 41 $ - $ 675 to Devon ^(1) During the second quarter of 2014, Devon had $175 million of inter-segment fee-based revenues and expenses related to EnLink that require elimination. DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS (in millions) Quarter Ended Six Months Ended June 30, June 30, 2014 2013 2014 2013 Cash flows from operating activities: Net earnings $ 700 $ 683 $ 1,029 $ (656 ) (loss) Adjustments to reconcile earnings (loss) to net cash from operating activities: Depreciation, depletion and 828 674 1,567 1,378 amortization Gains and losses on (1,057 ) 1 (1,072 ) - asset sales Asset - 40 - 1,953 impairments Deferred income tax 569 182 777 (441 ) expense (benefit) Derivatives and other 454 (408 ) 761 (103 ) financial instruments Cash settlements on derivatives (191 ) 35 (245 ) 149 and financial instruments Other noncash 106 92 229 176 charges Net cash from operating activities 1,409 1,299 3,046 2,456 before balance sheet changes Net change in working 622 30 470 (128 ) capital Change in long-term 11 28 (77 ) 22 other assets Change in long-term 7 39 20 48 other liabilities Net cash from operating 2,049 1,396 3,459 2,398 activities Cash flows from investing activities: Acquisitions of property, (238 ) - (6,224 ) - equipment and businesses Capital (1,758 ) (1,643 ) (3,341 ) (3,569 ) expenditures Proceeds from property and 2,800 5 2,942 34 equipment divestitures Purchases of short-term - (205 ) - (1,076 ) investments Redemptions of short-term - 562 - 2,550 investments Redemptions of long-term - (1 ) 57 - investments Other (4 ) 85 84 82 Net cash from investing 800 (1,197 ) (6,482 ) (1,979 ) activities Cash flows from financing activities: Proceeds from borrowings of long-term 374 - 3,720 - debt, net of issuance costs Net short-term debt (1,119 ) (2,003 ) (862 ) (1,495 ) borrowings Long-term debt (2,413 ) - (3,990 ) - repayments Proceeds from stock option 72 1 83 1 exercises Proceeds from issuance of 20 - 20 - subsidiary units Dividends paid on common (99 ) (89 ) (189 ) (170 ) stock Distributions to (41 ) - (141 ) - noncontrolling interests Other 12 2 9 5 Net cash from financing (3,194 ) (2,089 ) (1,350 ) (1,659 ) activities Effect of exchange rate 24 (22 ) 13 (34 ) changes on cash Net change in cash and cash (321 ) (1,912 ) (4,360 ) (1,274 ) equivalents Cash and cash equivalents at 2,027 5,275 6,066 4,637 beginning of period Cash and cash equivalents at $ 1,706 $ 3,363 $ 1,706 $ 3,363 end of period DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (in millions) June 30, December 31, 2014 2013 Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents $ 1,706 $ 6,066 Accounts receivable 2,301 1,520 Other current assets 385 419 Total current assets 4,392 8,005 Property and equipment, at cost: Oil and gas, based on full cost accounting: Subject to amortization 75,242 73,995 Not subject to amortization 3,984 2,791 Total oil and gas 79,226 76,786 Other 8,956 6,195 Total property and equipment, at cost 88,182 82,981 Less accumulated depreciation, depletion (51,183 ) (54,534 ) and amortization Property and equipment, net 36,999 28,447 Goodwill 8,408 5,858 Other long-term assets 1,316 567 Total assets $ 51,115 $ 42,877 Current liabilities: Accounts payable $ 1,529 $ 1,229 Revenues and royalties payable 1,581 786 Short-term debt 475 4,066 Other current liabilities 1,094 574 Total current liabilities 4,679 6,655 Long-term debt 11,880 7,956 Asset retirement obligations 1,541 2,140 Other long-term liabilities 1,029 834 Deferred income taxes 5,927 4,793 Stockholders' equity: Common stock 41 41 Additional paid-in capital 3,943 3,780 Retained earnings 16,220 15,410 Accumulated other comprehensive earnings 1,270 1,268 Total stockholders' equity attributable 21,474 20,499 to Devon Noncontrolling interests 4,585 - Total stockholders' equity 26,059 20,499 Total liabilities and stockholders' $ 51,115 $ 42,877 equity Common shares outstanding 409 406 DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION CAPITAL EXPENDITURES (in millions) Quarter Ended June 30, 2014 U.S. Canada Total Exploration $ 65 $ - $ 65 Development 996 192 1,188 Exploration and development capital $ 1,061 $ 192 $ 1,253 Capitalized G&A 91 Capitalized interest 10 Eagle Ford and Cana acquisitions 231 Midstream capital ^(1) 303 Other capital 38 Total Continuing Operations $ 1,926 ^(1) Includes $216 million attributable to EnLink. Six Months Ended June 30, 2014 U.S. Canada Total Exploration $ 138 $ 32 $ 170 Development 1,829 470 2,299 Exploration and development capital $ 1,967 $ 502 $ 2,469 ^(1) Capitalized G&A 174 Capitalized interest 20 Eagle Ford and Cana acquisitions 6,359 Midstream capital ^(2) 463 Other capital 54 Total Continuing Operations $ 9,539 ^(1) Includes $87 million attributable to assets identified for divestiture. ^(2) Includes $284 million attributable to EnLink. DEVON ENERGY CORPORATION FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL INFORMATION NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted disclosure requirements for public companies such as Devon concerning Non-GAAP financial measures. (GAAP refers to generally accepted accounting principles). The Company must reconcile the Non-GAAP financial measure to related GAAP information. Devon’s reported net earnings include items of income and expense that are typically excluded by securities analyst in their published estimates of the company’s financial results. The following table summarizes the effects of these items on second-quarter 2014 earnings. RECONCILIATION TO GAAP INFORMATION (in millions) Quarter Ended June 30, 2014 Before-Tax After-Tax Net earnings attributable to Devon (GAAP) $ 675 Fair value changes in financial instruments 289 181 Gain on asset sales and related repatriation (964 ) (286 ) Restructuring costs 5 4 Adjusted earnings attributable to Devon $ 574 (Non-GAAP) Diluted share count 411 Adjusted diluted earnings per share $ 1.40 attributable to Devon (Non-GAAP) Devon defines net debt as debt less cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments as presented in the following table. Devon believes that netting these sources of cash against debt provides a clearer picture of the future demands on cash to repay debt. RECONCILIATION TO GAAP INFORMATION (in millions) June 30, 2014 2013 Total debt (GAAP) $ 12,355 $ 10,150 Adjustments: Cash and short-term investments 1,706 4,232 Net debt (Non-GAAP) $ 10,649 $ 5,918 Devon defines pre-tax cash margin as revenues from commodity sales, marketing and midstream operations, less expenses for lease operations, marketing and midstream operations, general and administrative, production and property taxes and net financing costs, with the result divided by total production. Devon believes that pre-tax cash margin can facilitate comparisons of our performance between periods and to the performance of our peers. Contact: Devon Energy Corporation Investor Contacts Howard Thill, 405-552-3693 or Scott Coody, 405-552-4735 or Shea Snyder, 405-552-4782 or Media Contact Chip Minty, 405-228-8647
Devon Energy Reports Second-Quarter 2014 Results
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