Excluding items, the company lost 66 cents per share, while analysts on average had expected loss of 70 cents, according to Thomson Reuters.
Crude inventories fell by 553,000 barrels in the last week, compared with analysts' expectations for an increase of 1.7 million barrels, EIA said.
Exxon said in September the that U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission is the right agency to vet how it books reserves and that it complies with accounting and securities laws, Reuters reported.
Chairman and CEO Paul Rady said the company will continue growing production at a rate between 20% and 25% annually.
The donations, first reported by the British newspaper The Guardian, were made before the U.S. government halted construction on a segment of Energy Transfer Partners' 1,100-mile Dakota Access Pipeline in early September, Reuters reported.
Michael R. Koy began his career in 1995 at BP Plc (NYSE: BP). He also worked for Maersk Oil and for Talisman Energy Inc., which he joined in 2009 as vice president of commercial for the North America organization.
Capex of $62 million rose by $31 million, or 100%, from second-quarter 2016’s amount. That $62 million capex fell, though, by $69 million, or 53%, vs. third-quarter 2015.
The Alberta Energy Regulator had already issued an environmental protection order forcing the company to suspend operations and contain the leak, Reuters said.
Harold L. Hickey, CEO and president, said that Tyler Farquharson has worked at EXCO for 11 years, handling business modeling, banking, hedging, budgeting, economics and strategic planning.
Shippers have not yet diverted ships from Bab al-Mandab waterway, through which nearly four million barrels of oil--and other commercial goods—ship daily to Europe, the U.S. and Asia, Reuters reported.
Blockchain technology works by creating permanent, public, so-called "ledgers" of all transactions that could potentially replace complicated clearing and settlement systems, Reuters said.
Maverick Drilling & Exploration agreed to sell a South Texas oil field to divert much-needed capital to its Eagle Ford acreage, the Houston-based company said Oct. 26.