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California Resources’ Debt and Production: Chart in Focus

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Sep. 20 2016, Updated 10:04 a.m. ET

California Resources’ debt normalized to quarterly production

For 2Q16, California Resources (MRO) reported total debt of ~$466 per boe (barrel of oil equivalent) of production, ~5% higher than 2Q15.

As the chart above shows, California Resources’ total debt normalized to quarterly production has been rising since 1Q16, mainly due to falling production. Although California Resources is actively working to reduce its debt load, in 2Q16, California Resources reported its highest total debt of ~$466 per boe of production since it started trading on the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) in 4Q14.

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Other upstream players

Upstream companies Denbury Resources (DNR), Devon Energy (DVN) and Diamondback Energy (FANG) have total debt normalized to quarterly production of ~$525 per boe, ~$217 per boe, and ~$139 per boe, respectively.

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