Range Resources reports outstanding 2013 results

February 2014
World Energy News;2/26/2014, p17
The article focuses on the financial report provided by the oil and gas exploration firm Range Resources Corp. for the year 2013. According to the reports, average daily production of the company has increased by 25 percent whereas its unit cost has reduced by 0.33 dollar and net income increased to 116 million dollars. Views of Jeff Ventura, President of the company, on their performance in 2013 is presented.


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