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Range Resources Corporation, Company Intelligence Report

  • ID: 2051236
  • May 2012
  • 111 pages
  • GlobalData

Range Resources Corporation, Company Intelligence Report

Summary

Range Resources Corporation (Range Resources) is an independent energy company engaged in the exploration, development and acquisition of crude oil and natural gas assets in several regions of the US. The company’s operations can be divided into four areas: Midcontinent, Marcellus shale, Appalachian and Southwest. The Midcontinent division consists of areas such as Mississippian, Cana-Woodford, St. Louis, Ardmore Woodford and Granite Wash, with a combined estimated resource potential of 6 to 9 trillion cubic feet equivalent (tcfe). The resource potential of its Marcellus shale assets are anticipated by the company to be 24 to 32tcfe and the areas included under the Marcellus division are the southwest and northeast areas. The other divisions have an expected combined resource potential of 14 to 19tcfe and these include areas such as Upper Devonian shale, Wolfcamp, Penn Shale, Avalon/Bone Springs, Berea, Big Lime and Huron Shale. As of December 2011, the company had a total reserve base of 842.3 MMboe, of which around 47.5% came from developed oil and gas reserves.

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1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Range Resources Corporation, Company Overview
3 Range Resources Corporation, Key Highlights
3.1 Strongly Positioned in Marcellus to Map Long-term Production Growth
3.2 Streamlining the Operations by Selling Non-core Assets to Fund its Capex Plans and Reduce Costs
3.3 Multiple Exploration Potential in Nora Area; Can Emerge as a New Driver for Growth
4 Range Resources Corporation, SWOT Analysis
4.1 Strengths
4.1.1 Strong and Solid Presence in Marcellus Shale
4.1.2 Consistent Increase in Reserve Base led to Higher Reserve Replacement Ratio Compared to Peer Group Average
4.2 Weaknesses
4.2.1 High Dependence on Natural Gas Imbalance in Upstream Portfolio
4.2.2 Limited Geographical Presence
4.3 Opportunities
4.3.1 Growth through Joint Ventures and Strategic Acquisitions
4.4 Threats
4.4.1 Over Reliance on Marcellus Shale Resources could Adversely Impact Future Cash Flow Generation
5 Range Resources Corporation, Goals and Strategies
5.1 Increase Production at a Low Cost Structure
5.2 Sell Non-core Assets to Fund Capex Plans
5.3 Maintain Flexibility and Look for Strategic Acquisitions
6 Range Resources Corporation, Production Overview
6.1 Production Profile
6.2 Assets Portfolio
6.2.1 Southwestern Region
6.2.2 Appalachian Region
7 Range Resources Corporation, Exploration and Development Overview
7.1 Southwestern Region
7.2 Appalachian Region
8 Capital Expenditure
8.1 Costs Incurred
9 Acreage
10 Range Resources Corporation, Mergers and Acquisitions Highlights
11 Range Resources Corporation, Forecast Production and Financial Statements
11.1 Income Statement (2009–2016)
11.2 Balance Sheet (2009–2016)
11.3 Cash Flow Statement (2009–2016)
11.4 Financial Ratios
12 Range Resources Corporation, Valuation
12.1 Net Asset Value
13 Range Resources Corporation, Peer Comparision
13.1 Share Price Performance
13.2 Operational and Financial Performance
13.3 Key Financial and Operational Ratio
14 Range Resources Corporation, Detailed Operational and Financial Metrics
14.1 Range Resources Corporation, Total Oil and Gas, Reserves and Production
14.1.1 Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production and Reserves Trend, 2007-2011
14.1.2 Total Crude Oil & Natural Gas Production and Reserves By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.1.3 Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserve Changes, 2007-2011
14.2 Range Resources Corporation, Crude Oil/Liquids Production and Reserve
14.2.1 Crude Oil/Liquids Production and Reserve Trend, 2007-2011
14.2.2 Crude Oil Production and Reserves By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.2.3 Crude Oil/Liquids Reserve Changes, 2007-2011
14.3 Range Resources Corporation, Natural Gas Production and Reserve
14.3.1 Natural Gas Production and Reserve Trend, 2007-2011
14.3.2 Natural Gas Production and Reserves, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.3.3 Natural Gas Reserve Changes, 2007-2011
14.4 Range Resources Corporation, Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserves Life Index
14.4.1 Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserves Life Index, 2007-2011
14.4.2 Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserves Life Index, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.5 Range Resources Corporation, E&P Costs Trends
14.5.1 Upstream Capital Expenditure, 2007-2011
14.5.2 Acquisition Costs By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.5.3 Exploration and Development Costs, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.6 Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Cost Per boe, $/boe
14.6.1 Oil and Gas Cost Per boe, $/boe, 2007-2011
14.6.2 Oil and Gas Cost Per boe, $/boe, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.7 Range Resources Corporation, Reserve Replacement Ratio
14.7.1 Oil and Gas Production Replacement Ratio, 2007-2011
14.7.2 Oil and Gas Production Replacement Ratio, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.8 Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses
14.8.1 Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, 2007-2011
14.8.2 Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.9 Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, Per boe
14.9.1 Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, By boe, 2007-2011
14.9.2 Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses Per boe, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.10 Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Performance Metrics
14.11 Range Resources Corporation, Land Holdings and Well Data
14.11.1 Gross and Net Developed and Undeveloped Acreage, 2007-2011
14.11.2 Gross and Net Developed and Undeveloped Acreage, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.12 Well Statistics
14.12.1 Producible Oil and Gas Well, 2007-2011
14.12.2 Producible Oil and Gas Well, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
14.12.3 Exploration and Development Wells Drilled, 2007-2011
14.12.4 Exploration and Development Wells Drilled, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
15 Appendix
15.1 Abbreviations
15.2 Methodology
15.2.1 Coverage
15.2.2 Secondary Research
15.2.3 Primary Research
15.3 Contact Us
15.4 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Range Resources Corporation, Key Events, 2011–2012
Table 2: Marcellus Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011-
Table 3: Range Resources Corporation, Divestments of Non-core Assets, 2009–2011
Table 4: Range Resources Corporation, Marcellus Shale, Production Forecast, MMboe, 2012–2016
Table 5: Range Resources Corporation, Upstream Growth Profile, MMboe, 2012–2016
Table 6: Range Resources Corporation, Recent Transactions as a Buyer, 2004–2011
Table 7: Range Resources Corporation, Recent Transactions as a Seller, 2007–2011
Table 8: Range Resources Corporation, Forecast Production, 2009–2016
Table 9: GlobalData, Price Forecasts, 2012–2016
Table 10: Range Resources Corporation, Income Statement ($m), 2009–2016
Table 11: Range Resources Corporation, Balance Sheet ($m), 2009–2016
Table 12: Range Resources Corporation, Cash Flow Statement ($m), 2009–2016
Table 13: Range Resources Corporation, Profitability Ratios, 2009–2016
Table 14: Range Resources Corporation, Other Financial Ratios, 2009–2016
Table 15: Range Resources Corporation, Capital Market Ratios, 2010–2012
Table 16: Range Resources Corporation, Net Asset Value, 2012
Table 17: Range Resources Corporation, Prospective Acreage and Non–Proven Reserves, 2011
Table 18: Range Resources Corporation, NPV of Natural Gas Reserves, 2012
Table 19: Range Resources Corporation, NPV of Oil/NGL Reserves, 2012
Table 20: Range Resources Corporation, NPV of Total Oil and Natural Gas Reserves, 2012
Table 21: Range Resources Corporation, Sensitivity Analysis on Fair Value ($ per share), 2012
Table 22: Range Resources Corporation Vs. Peer Group, Operational and Financial Performance, 2011
Table 23: Range Resources Corporation and its Peer Group Comparison, Financial Ratios, 2011
Table 24: Range Resources Corporation, Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas, Production and Reserves, MMboe, 2007-2011
Table 25: Range Resources Corporation, Total Crude Oil & Natural Gas Production and Reserves, By Country/Region, MMboe, 2007-2011
Table 26: Range Resources Corporation, Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserve Changes, MMboe, 2007-2011
Table 27: Range Resources Corporation, Crude Oil Production and Reserves Metrics, MMbbl, 2007-2011
Table 28: Range Resources Corporation, Crude Oil Production and Reserves, By Country/Region, MMbbl, 2007-2011
Table 29: Range Resources Corporation, Crude Oil Reserve Changes, MMbbl, 2007-2011
Table 30: Range Resources Corporation, Natural Gas Production and Reserves Metrics, Bcf, 2007-2011
Table 31: Range Resources Corporation, Natural Gas Production and Reserves, By Country/Region, Bcf, 2007-2011
Table 32: Range Resources Corporation, Natural Gas Reserve Changes, Bcf, 2007-2011
Table 33: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Reserves Life Index, Years, 2007-2011
Table 34: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Reserves Life Index, By Country/Region, Years, 2007-2011
Table 35: Range Resources Corporation, Upstream Capital Expenditure, $m, 2007-2011
Table 36: Range Resources Corporation, Proved and Unproved Acquisition Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Table 37: Range Resources Corporation, Exploration and Development Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Table 38: Range Resources Corporation, Reserves Replacement, Finding and Development Costs, Finding Cost and Proved Acquisition Costs Per boe, $/boe, 2007-2011
Table 39: Range Resources Corporation, Reserves Replacement, Finding and Development Costs, Finding Cost and Proved Acquisition Costs Per boe, $/boe, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
Table 40: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Production Replacement Ratio, %, 2007-2011
Table 41: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt.Avg. Oil and Gas Production Replacement Ratio, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Table 42: Range Resources Corporation, Revenue and Expenses, $m, 2007-2011
Table 43: Range Resources Corporation, Revenue and Expenses, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Table 44: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, $/boe, 2007-2011
Table 45: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, $/boe, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
Table 46: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Performance Metrics, 2007-2011
Table 47: Range Resources Corporation, Land Holdings (Developed and Undeveloped Acreage), Acres, 2007-2011
Table 48: Range Resources Corporation, Land Holdings (Developed and Undeveloped Acreage), By Country/Region, Acres, 2007-2011
Table 49: Range Resources Corporation, Producible Oil and Gas Wells, 2007-2011
Table 50: Range Resources Corporation, Producible Oil and Gas Wells, By Country/Region, 2007-2011
Table 51: Range Resources Corporation, Exploratory and Developed Wells, 2007-2011
Table 52: Range Resources Corporation, Exploratory and Developed Wells, By Country/Region, 2007-2011

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Range Resources Corporation, US Operations Map, 2012
Figure 2: Range Resources Corporation , Financial and Operational Overview, $m, 2008–2011
Figure 3: Range Resources Corporation, Share Price Movement, May 2011–May 2012
Figure 4: Range Resources Corporation, Marcellus Shale, Production Forecast and its Contribution in Total Production, MMboe and %, 2012–2016
Figure 5: Range Resources Corporation Comparison with Other Major Players by Some Operational Parameters, Marcellus Shale, Latest Reported
Figure 6: Range Resources Corporation, Use of Operating Cash Flow, 2008–2011
Figure 7: Range Resources Corporation, Lease Operating Expenses (LOE), F&D Cost/boe and Reserve Replacement Ratio, 2008-2011
Figure 8: Range Resources Corporation, Nora Area Overview, 2012
Figure 9: Top Five Companies, Marcellus Shale’s Contribution in the Companies’ Total Net Acreage (%), 2011
Figure 10: Range Resources Corporation, Total Proved Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserves, MMboe, 2008–2011
Figure 11: Range Resources Corporation and its Peers, Oil and Gas Reserve Replacement Ratio (%), 2008–2011
Figure 12: Range Resources Corporation, Contribution of Natural Gas in Total Reserves and Production (%), 2008–2011
Figure 13: Range Resources Corporation, Production Forecast, MMboe, 2008–2016
Figure 14: Range Resources Corporation, Production Mix (%), 2008–2011
Figure 15: Range Resources Corporation, Net Productive and Dry Exploratory and Development Wells, 2008–2011
Figure 16: Range Resources Corporation, Net/ Gross Oil and Gas Ratio for Wells, %, 2008–2011
Figure 17: Range Resources Corporation, Net Total Oil & Gas Productive & Dry Exploratory Wells, 2008–2011
Figure 18: Range Resources Corporation, Comparison of Exploration Cost and Organic Reserve Addition, $m and MMboe, 2008–2011
Figure 19: Range Resources Corporation, Comparison of Acquisition Costs and Reserve Additions Through Acquisition, $m and MMboe, 2008–2011
Figure 20: Range Resources Corporation, Capital Expenditure, $m, 2008–2011
Figure 21: Range Resources Corporation, Costs Incurred, $m, 2008–2011
Figure 22: Range Resources Corporation Versus Peers Acreage Comparison (Million Acres), 2011
Figure 23: Range Resources Corporation and Peer Group, Relative Share Price Performance Index, May 2011–May 2012
Figure 24: Range Resources Corporation and its Peers, Per Boe Parameters, 2011
Figure 25: Range Resources Corporation and its Peers, Reserve Life Index, 2011
Figure 26: Range Resources Corporation, Total Reserves and Production, MMboe, 2011
Figure 27: Range Resources Corporation and its Peers, Valuation Ratios, 2011
Figure 28: Range Resources Corporation, Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas, Production and Reserves, MMboe, 2007-2011
Figure 29: Range Resources Corporation, Total Oil & Gas Reserves, End of Period, By Country/Region, MMboe, 2007-2011
Figure 30: Range Resources Corporation, Total Oil & Gas Production, By Country/Region, MMboe, 2007-2011
Figure 31: Range Resources Corporation, Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserve Changes, MMboe, 2011
Figure 32: Range Resources Corporation, Crude Oil Production and Reserves Metrics, MMbbl, 2007-2011
Figure 33: Range Resources Corporation, Oil Reserves, End of Period, By Country/Region, MMbbl, 2007-2011
Figure 34: Range Resources Corporation, Oil Production, By Country/Region, MMbbl, 2007-2011
Figure 35: Range Resources Corporation, Crude Oil Reserve Changes, MMbbl, 2011
Figure 36: Range Resources Corporation, Natural Gas Production and Reserves Metrics, Bcf, 2007-2011
Figure 37: Range Resources Corporation, Gas Reserves, End of Period, By Country/Region, Bcf, 2007-2011
Figure 38: Range Resources Corporation, Gas Production, By Country/Region, Bcf, 2007-2011
Figure 39: Range Resources Corporation, Natural Gas Reserve Changes, Bcf, 2011
Figure 40: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Reserves Life Index, Years, 2007-2011
Figure 41: Range Resources Corporation, Gas Reserve Life Index, By Country/Region, Ratio, 2007-2011
Figure 42: Range Resources Corporation, Oil & Gas Reserve Life Index, By Country/Region, Ratio, 2007-2011
Figure 43: Range Resources Corporation, Oil Reserve Life Index, By Country/Region, Ratio, 2007-2011
Figure 44: Range Resources Corporation, Upstream Capital Expenditure, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 45: Range Resources Corporation, Proved Acquisition Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 46: Range Resources Corporation, Unproved Acquisition Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 47: Range Resources Corporation, Development Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 48: Range Resources Corporation, Exploration Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 49: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt.Avg., Reserves Replacement, Finding and Development Costs, Finding Cost and Proved Acquisition Costs Per boe, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 50: Range Resources Corporation, Oil & Gas Finding & Development Cost/boe, 3-Year Average, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 51: Range Resources Corporation, Oil & Gas Finding Cost per boe, 3-Year Average, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 52: Range Resources Corporation, Reserve Replacement Cost per boe, 3-Year Average, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 53: Range Resources Corporation, Proved Reserves Acquisition Cost per boe, 3-Year Average, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 54: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt.Avg., Oil and Gas Production Replacement Ratio, %, 2007-2011
Figure 55: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt. Avg. Gas F&D Production Replacement, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 56: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt. Avg. Gas RRC Production Replacement, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 57: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt. Avg. Oil & Gas F&D Production Replacement, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 58: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt. Avg. Oil & Gas RRC Production Replacement, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 59: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt. Avg. Oil F&D Production Replacement, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 60: Range Resources Corporation, 3-Year Wt. Avg. Oil RRC Production Replacement, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 61: Range Resources Corporation, Revenue and Expenses, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 62: Range Resources Corporation, Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization From Upstream Oil & Gas Operations, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 63: Range Resources Corporation, Exploration Expenses, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 64: Range Resources Corporation, Income Tax Provision (Benefit) From Upstream Oil & Gas Operations, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 65: Range Resources Corporation, Net Income/ Loss From Upstream Oil & Gas Operations, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 66: Range Resources Corporation, Oil & Gas Revenue, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 67: Range Resources Corporation, Profit (loss) Before Taxation From Upstream Oil & Gas Operations, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 68: Range Resources Corporation, Production Costs, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 69: Range Resources Corporation, Total Expenses From Upstream Oil & Gas Operations, By Country/Region, $m, 2007-2011
Figure 70: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Revenue and Expenses, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 71: Range Resources Corporation, Exploration Expenses per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 72: Range Resources Corporation, Income Tax/(Benefit) per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 73: Range Resources Corporation, Lifting Cost per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 74: Range Resources Corporation, Annual Net Income per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 75: Range Resources Corporation, Oil & Gas Revenue per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 76: Range Resources Corporation, Total DD&A per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 77: Range Resources Corporation, Total Revenue per boe, By Country/Region, $/boe, 2007-2011
Figure 78: Range Resources Corporation, Oil and Gas Performance Metrics, 2007-2011
Figure 79: Range Resources Corporation, Land Holdings (Developed and Undeveloped Acreage), Acres, 2007-2011
Figure 80: Range Resources Corporation, Total Gross Undeveloped Acreage, By Country/Region, Acres, 2007-2011
Figure 81: Range Resources Corporation, Total Net Undeveloped Acreage, By Country/Region, Acres, 2007-2011
Figure 82: Range Resources Corporation, Total Gross Developed Acreage, By Country/Region, Acres, 2007-2011
Figure 83: Range Resources Corporation, Total Net Developed Acreage, By Country/Region, Acres, 2007-2011
Figure 84: Range Resources Corporation, Producible Oil and Gas Wells, 2007-2011
Figure 85: Range Resources Corporation, Gross Productive Gas Wells, By Country/Region, Number, 2007-2011
Figure 86: Range Resources Corporation, Gross Productive Oil & Gas Wells, By Country/Region, Number, 2007-2011
Figure 87: Range Resources Corporation, Gross Productive Oil Wells, By Country/Region, Number, 2007-2011
Figure 88: Range Resources Corporation, Net/Gross Oil & Gas Ratio, By Country/Region, %, 2007-2011
Figure 89: Range Resources Corporation, Net Productive Gas Wells, By Country/Region, Number, 2007-2011
Figure 90: Range Resources Corporation, Net Productive Oil & Gas Wells, By Country/Region, Number, 2007-2011
Figure 91: Range Resources Corporation, Net Productive Oil Wells, By Country/Region, Number, 2007-2011
Figure 92: Range Resources Corporation, Exploratory and Developed Wells, 2007-2011

Strongly Positioned in Marcellus to Map Long-term Production Growth

The Marcellus shale is one of the most progressive unconventional gas shales in the US. The shale is located in some of the most prosperous states of the US, close to the major natural gas consuming markets in the US, which provides it with an edge over other developing gas plays in the country. Furthermore, it is estimated that there is around 4,359tcf of natural gas under the Marcellus shale play, and from this, around 262tcf of natural gas is recoverable. As a result, several oil and gas companies are undertaking investments on a large scale in this shale in order to drive their future production growth.

Range Resources is one of the major companies operating in this shale. The company has been continuously developing and capturing Marcellus Shale potential since 2004. The company reported large investments in last three years to accelerate its Marcellus shale operations. In 2011, the company drilled 142.6 net development wells and 24.1 net exploratory wells in the Marcellus Shale. Furthermore, the company reported around 626 proven drilling locations in the shale in 2011. The company’s production from the shale increased by 88.6% in 2011 compared to 2010 primarily due to aggressive development activities. The company’s production from this shale in 2009, 2010 and 2011 was 20,969 MMcfe, 55,802 MMcfe and 105,264 MMcfe, respectively. The contribution of this shale in the Range Resources’ total production increased from around 3.7% in 2008 to 55.7% in 2011, demonstrating the increasing importance of the shale in the company’s production growth. Additionally, the company planned to drill 177 wells in the shale in 2012 and allocated 86% of its 2012 capex for the development of this shale. The company estimates a resource potential of 24-32tcfe. Range Resources expects the operations in the Marcellus Shale to become cash-flow positive and self-funding by 2013. According to GlobalData estimates, the company’s production from the shale are expected to increase from 17.5 MMboe in 2011 to 94.4 MMboe in 2016, increasing at a CAGR of 40.0% during 2011–2016. It is also estimated that the contribution of the shale in the company’s total production is expected to increase from around 55.7% in 2011 to around 81.0% in 2016.

Apart from Range Resources, there are several other oil and gas companies operating in this shale. The several parameters considered in this comparative analysis are net acreage, proved oil and gas reserves, total production, number of operated rigs, cost per well, and Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR) per well. The various companies along with Range Resources included in this analysis are Chesapeake Energy Corporation, CONSOL Energy Inc., National Fuel Gas Company, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Chevron Corporation, Statoil ASA, Talisman Energy Inc. and others.

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