MCFE

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AcronymDefinition
MCFEThousand Cubic Feet Equivalent (gas exploration)
MCFEManagement Consulting Field Experience (Babson College; Babson Park, MA)
MCFEMaster Certified Food Executive (International Food Service Executives Association)
MCFEMATLAB Central File Exchange
MCFEMitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Europe, BV (joint venture; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and Caterpillar Industrial, Inc.)
MCFEMill Cottage Farm Experience
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Natural gas liquids and oil volumes are recorded in barrels of oil ("Bbl") and are converted to a thousand cubic feet equivalent ("Mcfe") using a ratio of one (1) Bbl to six (6) thousand cubic feet.
Gulfport's realized prices for the first quarter of 2019 were $2.54 per thousand cubic feet of natural gas, $52.35 per barrel of oil and 52 cents per gallon of natural gas liquids, resulting in a total equivalent price of $2.82 per thousand cubic feet equivalent.
Pro forma for these transactions and the previously announced divestiture of the Company's legacy West Virginia properties, Cabot's operating expenses per unit (including interest expense) are expected to decrease by almost 20% to approximately $1.65 per thousand cubic feet equivalent in 2018.
Operating expenses (including financing) decreased to $2.14 per thousand cubic feet equivalent (Mcfe) in the third quarter of 2016, a nine percent improvement compared to $2.35 per Mcfe in the third quarter of 2015.
The average sales price Anadarko received for natural gas in the quarter was $3.88 per thousand cubic feet equivalent, up 80 per cent from a year ago, as inventories have fallen from record highs.
Gulfport's realized prices for the third quarter were $2.44 per thousand cubic feet of natural gas, $51.26 per barrel of oil and $0.57 per gallon of NGL, resulting in a total equivalent price of $2.75 per thousand cubic feet equivalent. Gulfport's realized prices for the third quarter of 2018 include an aggregate non-cash derivative loss of $4.1 million.
The deal, worth $2.95 per thousand cubic feet equivalent (Mcfe) on a proved reserved basis and $4,107 Mcf per day on a production basis, was seen as a "net neutral" to Chesapeake's net asset value, according to research from CapitalOne Southcoast in New Orleans.
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