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Last €78.94 EUR
Change Today -0.98 / -1.23%
Volume 0.0
As of 4:58 AM 05/7/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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1201 Lake Robbins Drive

The Woodlands, TX 77380

United States

Phone: 832-636-1000

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Anadarko Petroleum Corporation operates as an independent exploration and production company. The company had approximately 2.9 billion barrels of oil equivalent of proved reserves, as of December 31, 2014. Segments The company’s three segments include Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, Midstream, and Marketing. Oil and Gas Exploration and Production This segment explores for and produces natural gas, crude oil, condensate, and natural gas liquids (NGLs), and plans for the development and operation of the company’s liquefied natural gas project. United States This segment’s operations include oil and natural-gas exploration and production onshore in the Lower 48 states, the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, and onshore Alaska. Rocky Mountains Region (Rockies) The company’s Rockies properties include oil and natural-gas plays located in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming where the company operates approximately 14,500 wells and owns an interest in approximately 8,000 nonoperated wells. It operates fractured-carbonate/shale reservoirs, tight-gas assets, coalbed-methane (CBM) natural-gas assets, and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects within the region. The company drilled 569 wells and completed 487 wells in the Rockies during 2014. Wattenberg: The company operates approximately 5,800 vertical wells and 750 horizontal wells in the Wattenberg field. The field contains the Niobrara and Codell formations, which are naturally fractured formations that hold liquids and natural gas. During 2014, the company’s drilling program focused entirely on horizontal development, drilling 369 horizontal wells. Greater Natural Buttes: The Greater Natural Buttes area in eastern Utah is the company’s major tight-gas assets. The company utilizes both refrigeration and cryogenic processing facilities in this area to extract NGLs from the natural-gas stream. The company operates approximately 2,800 wells in the Greater Natural Buttes area and drilled 133 wells in 2014. Powder River Deep: The company drilled 10 horizontal wells in the Powder River basin during 2014 as part of a multi-objective horizontal exploration program targeting oil opportunities. The company controls approximately 350,000 acres of deep mineral rights within the Powder River basin. Coalbed Methane Properties: The company operates approximately 2,300 CBM wells and owns an interest in approximately 2,500 nonoperated CBM wells in the Rockies, primarily located in the Powder River basin in Wyoming and the Helper and Clawson fields in Utah. Anadarko controls approximately 640,000 acres of shallow rights within the Powder River basin. CBM is natural gas that is generated and stored within coal seams. Salt Creek and Monell: During 2014, the company continued the development of its Rockies EOR assets in the Salt Creek and Monell fields in Wyoming. The company’s EOR operations use carbon dioxide to stimulate oil production from mature reservoirs after primary and water-flood recovery methods have been completed. Laramie County, Wyoming: The company holds ownership in approximately 100,000 mineral-interest acres in this emerging liquids-rich play, targeting the Niobrara and Codell formations in the northern DJ Basin. In 2014, the company participated in approximately 70 nonoperated wells testing the Niobrara and Codell formations. Greater Green River Basin: The company operates approximately 1,400 wells in the Wamsutter and Moxa fields, which are primarily dry-gas assets. The company also carries a nonoperated position in 2,600 wells between the 2 fields. In January 2014, Anadarko sold its interest in the Pinedale/Jonah assets in Wyoming. Southern and Appalachia Region The company’s Southern and Appalachia Region properties are primarily located in Texas, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Kansas. The region includes the Eagleford shale in south Texas, the Delaware basin in west Texas, the Marcellus shale in north-central Pennsylvania, and the Haynesville shale in east Texas and Louisiana. Operations in these areas are focused on finding and developing both natural gas and liquids from shales, tight sands, and fractured-reservoir plays. The compan

 

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