Range Hits Record High 10.3 Tcfe Proved Reserves in 2014

A high level report wrapping up stellar results for 2014 was issued by Range Resources yesterday. Among the things Range is justifiably crowing about: Their proved reserves have increased by 26% to 10.3 trillion cubic feet equivalent (Tcfe). In 2014, it cost Range an average of $0.64 per million cubic feet (Mcf) to find and develop their Marcellus Shale acreage–get it ready to drill. And in 2014, it cost them an average $0.55/Mcf to drill and develop their acreage. That’s a combined $1.19 per Mcf cost to Range to find, drill and product, so you can see they’re still making money on dry gas that sells for less than $3/Mcf (plus they’ve hedged, meaning they get even more for their gas than the going spot price). There’s plenty of other goodies in yesterday’s announcement…

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