Marathon Oil’s 2Q16 cash flow
For 2Q16, Marathon Oil (MRO) reported cash flow of $0.21 per share, which is ~65% lower than it was in 2Q15.
As shown in the above chart, Marathon Oil’s cash flow dropped steeply in 1Q15, mainly due to lower realized crude oil (USO) and natural gas (UNG) prices. In 2015, Marathon Oil reported lower cash flow than it had in preceding years. In 1Q16, Marathon Oil reported cash flow of $0.10 per share, its lowest since 1999. For 2Q16, Marathon Oil reported negative free cash flow of around -$0.14 per share.