Clayton Williams Falls Short of First-Quarter 2014 Production Estimate

March 2014 Divestiture of Non-Core Eagle Ford and Austin Chalk Assets Contributes to Lower than Forecasted Production
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Clayton Williams production, revenues and operating costs for the first-quarter of 2014 were down compared to the first-quarter of 2013, after two significant divestitures over the course of the last year. Overall production was 250 boe/d below analyst estimates for the first-quarter of 2014 according to company officials.

In March 2014, Clayton Williams sold all of its interests in certain non-core Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford assets. Due to the divestiture, production for the sold assets in the first-quarter of 2014 went down 47% compared to the first-quarter of 2013. Daily production for the sold assets  in the first-quarter of 2014 was 385 boe/d.

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