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1st executive team assist gone

Will miss RS. As I am sure everyone will. She is/was an awesome co-worker and the lose of her will be felt for a while! What does the board say about so many on that floor jumping ship? You would think at some point they would step in...

Boardwalk Fayetteville revised

Effective Nov 1, 2017, this new agreement is anticipated to offer savings of about $70 million from 2017 through 2020. This takes into account savings of about $45 million in 2018 through the reduction of current excess capacity, while assuring... read more

Amend DEBT REPAYMENT-SEEMS DESPERATE

Southwestern Energy - on Sept 11, co entered into amendment no. 1 to $1,191 million secured term loan facility and $743 million unsecured revolving facility Southwestern Energy Co - amendment modifying mandatory prepayment and commitment reduction... read more

Labor Day

I'm sure Way is resting from all of his hard work over the past year. It takes a lot of energy to destroy so much value and put our share price in the tank. Really, why does he have any days off? Unfortunately, his buffoon style of running a company... read more

Finally Closed Houston Office

Tell me why we receive HSE alerts and near hit alerts every 10 minutes if someone breaks wind on a rig, but when the worst flooding to ever hit Houston occurs we do not close the office early Friday then wait to close Monday until the last minute... read more

Getting out of Dodge

I'm outta here. With BW and JMc running the circus around here, I have had enough and waiting for the next round of severance isn't worth it. Many other options out there and I control the timing. Good luck all.

Strategy?

Do we have a coherent strategy? We are hoping for higher prices to support it. We cannot run 5 rigs next year without adding to debt. So, we will be flat by the end of the year or worse. This will make our challenge and throughout contracts more of a... read more

Debt is looming

My BIG concern $4.4 billiin debt and repeated discussion by SWN reps hope (and pray) can renegotiate term loan due in full in 2020 but footnote in SEC filings says may come due in 2019. Secured by Fayetteville and probably Moorefield which has... read more

SWN's story

This is making its rounds in the Spring office. SWN disguised as Pfizer. Everything else is eerily accurate. https://www.google.com/amp/amp.timeinc.net/fortune/2011/07/28/inside-pfizers-palace-coup/%3fsource=dam

BHP BILLITON FAYETTEVILLE SALE

Has anyone heard updates since April or May when they hired Barclays to assist in sale. "The Fayetteville assets, which BHP acquired for $4.75 billion in 2011, had a book value of $919 million at the end of 2016, according to the company's annual... read more

This week?

How many execs decide to retire this week or next. The Board is meeting this week I think.

Keep the "YES" men close

In this company the "YES" men around Way will help lead the company right into the ground, as long as everyone is kissing Way's a#! and stroking his ego that's all that he cares about. As far as the layoffs, that are coming, I would start looking... read more

SWN 2017/2018 spending

Has anyone heard when SWN is releasing their spending plan for 2018? Last year it seemed like it was during July.

SEECO/SWN Arkansas Settlement on or off?

Swn $45MM Arkansas Settlement Is it cancelled per our SEC filing yesterday? Saw in article a new separate royalty class action trial started yesterday in Arkansas supposed to be valued at $98MM.

No strength at all

If Swn repeats buying into a play at this time seems very puzzling and alarming due to debt and obligations we have, Debt we would incur for Permian and Oklahoma packages in area already picked over and nothing for sale for cheap. We increased debt... read more

Hiring another rig Crew?

Anyone know anything about SWN hiring another rig crew full time? Exciting!
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BUYOUT LOOMING

Some fool, or should I say smart guy, bought short term calls with a $16 strike price. It was the amount he bought that catches your attention. The only way this stock gets to $16, is a buyout.....

Poor results

Any feedback from inside the company with the poor results on earnings -- I think what was biggest surprise was reserve reductions . But discontinuity between capital and reserve growth and previous statements probably hurt . Geigers group is not... read more
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Future plans for arkansas

Has anyone heard anything new on future plans for Arkansas like later this year or in 2018? I know the price is rebounding and I'm wondering if swn will start picking up drilling again in Arkansas

SWN's Human Resources function

I'd like to request feedback from anyone who wants to chime in regarding the HR function at SWN. Our thoughts is that it is dysfunctional and always has been. What will it take for upper management to clean up this company ?

OU Recruiting

Will Southwestern Energy be visiting Oklahoma University? I graduate in 2017.

Rig count cuts?

Is anyone else hearing about staff cuts with likely reduction in rigs going into 2017? Also with natural gas prices weakening

Merger?

If SWN merges or gets bought out, will the stock price increase?

Revenue per employee comparison

So looking at revenue per employee Swn is still trailing peers badly.. Any thought of further cuts ? Swn $976k per employee Chk $2.4 million per Devon $1.68 million per Cabot $2.43 million It would take a 20% cut to get in range -- assuming constant... read more

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