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Last $35.23 USD
Change Today -0.92 / -2.54%
Volume 5.6M
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As of 8:04 PM 07/31/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Company Description

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1001 Noble Energy Way

Houston, TX 77070

United States

Phone: 281-872-3100

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.S., this effort has captured a 370,000 net acre position (66% fee acreage and remainder federal acreage) in northeast Nevada, prospective for crude oil exploration, which the company identified through basin scale reconnaissance and innovative geoscience concepts. Other Non-Core Onshore Properties: The company also operates in the following onshore U.S. areas: Rocky Mountains and Bowdoin (north central Montana). Deepwater Gulf of Mexico The company has various producing fields, ongoing development projects and a substantial inventory of exploration opportunities. The company holds leases on 143 deepwater Gulf of Mexico blocks, representing approximately 59,000 net developed acres and approximately 465,000 net undeveloped acres. The company is the operator on approximately 70% of its leases. Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Exploration Program The company’s deepwater Gulf of Mexico operations resulted from lease acquisition, expansion of its 3D seismic database, and an active drilling program. The company has an inventory of identified prospects, which are a combination of both high impact subsalt prospects and smaller, high value tie-back opportunities. Katmai: During 2014, the company announced successful final well results at the Katmai exploratory well. Katmai was drilled to a total depth of 27,900 feet in 2,100 feet of water. Atwater Valley: During 2014, the company acquired working interests in 17 deepwater exploration leases in the Atwater Valley protraction area, providing further opportunities to expand its exploration portfolio. The company acquired a 50% working interest in 13 leases and an average 26% working interest in 4 leases. Madison: During 2014, the company drilled an exploratory well at the Madison prospect. The well was drilled to a total depth of 16,859 feet, reaching the targeted Upper and Middle Miocene objectives, but did not encounter commercial quantities of hydrocarbons. The well has been plugged and abandoned. Ongoing Major Development Projects Rio Grande (Mississippi Canyon Block 698, 699, 738 and 782): The Rio Grande area represents several exploration successes in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Big Bend (54% operated working interest) is a 2012 crude oil discovery, Troubadour (60% operated working interest) is a 2013 natural gas discovery, and Dantzler (45% operated working interest) is a 2013 crude oil discovery. International The company’s international business focuses on offshore opportunities in various countries and diversifies its portfolio. During 2014, the company continued to advance its major development projects, including the Tamar field compression project and the Leviathan development project. Operations in Cyprus, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Sierra Leone are conducted in accordance with the terms of Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs). In Cameroon, the company operates in accordance with the terms of a PSC and a mining concession. Operations in Israel, the Falkland Islands, and other foreign locations are conducted in accordance with concession agreements, permits or licenses. West Africa (Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Sierra Leone and Gabon): West Africa is one of its core operating areas and includes the Alba field, Blockand Block I offshore Equatorial Guinea, the YoYo mining concession and Tilapia PSC, offshore Cameroon, two blocks offshore Sierra Leone, and one block offshore Gabon. The company held approximately 118,000 net developed acres and 30,000 net undeveloped acres in Equatorial Guinea, 695,000 net undeveloped acres in Cameroon, 414,000 net undeveloped acres in Sierra Leone and 403,000 net undeveloped acres in Gabon, as of December 31, 2014. Aseng Project: Aseng is a crude oil field on Block I (40% operated working interest), offshore Equatorial Guinea, which began producing in 2011. The development includes five horizontal wells flowing to the Aseng floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) where the crude oil is stored until sold, and natural gas and water are reinjected into the reservoir to maintain pressure and maximize crude oil recoveries. Alen Project: Alen, is a natural gas and condensate field pri

 

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