EXCO 2Q15: Marcellus Production Down 23%; Net Income Down 1,991%

EXCO Resources is a driller with operations in four different regions: North Louisiana, East Texas, South Texas, and the Marcellus/Utica region. Today EXCO posted their second quarter 2015 financial and operating results. During the first quarter EXCO sidelined any new Marcellus activity (see EXCO Resources Continues Marcellus Drilling Moratorium in 1Q15). That trend continued in 2Q15–EXCO drilled no new Marcellus wells during the quarter. In fact, MDN told you in May that EXCO is shopping its 150,000 Marcellus Shale acres (see EXCO Looks to “Restructure” (Sell?) 150K Marcellus Acres). Overall the company’s revenues dropped, like other drillers, in 2Q15. Year over year EXCO revenues dropped 49%. Factoring in expenses, EXCO’s net income was a massive loss, dropping 1,991% (they show a net loss for 2Q15 of minus $454.2 million). EXCO’s Marcellus production, because they haven’t drilled any new wells, decreased 23% from 2Q14. Below is the portion of the update dealing with the Marcellus…

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