Table of Contents Recent Achievements Our current strategy has enhanced our future outlook and includes: additional Permian Basin bolt-on acquisitions; improvement in the DJ Basin regulatory and legislative environment; exchange of acreage in the DJ Basin which increased our contiguous acreage position; and dissolution of the Marcellus Shale joint venture, providing increased flexibility and control over our investment. Operational Accomplishments, Including: increased production with less capital investment; improved returns with technology advancements and structural cost savings; and delivery of major offshore projects on budget and on schedule. Financial Strength, Including: strong liquidity position including cash on hand and unused borrowing capacity; portfolio management and midstream strategy, which increase our future financial capacity; reduction of our outstanding debt through cash on hand; and maintenance of our investment grade credit rating. In summary, during 2016 we maintained our operational momentum, investment flexibility, and strong financial liquidity which we expect to carry over to 2017. net loss attributable to Noble Energy of $998 million, as compared with net loss of $2.4 billion for 2015; net loss on commodity derivative instruments of $139 million (including $708 million non-cash loss), as compared with $501 million net gain (including $508 million non-cash loss) for 2015; dry hole expense of $579 million, as compared with $266 million for 2015; undeveloped leasehold impairment expense of $93 million, as compared with $21 million for 2015; Table of Contents reduced lease operating expense of $3.59 per BOE, as compared with $4.43 per BOE for 2015, a reduction of 19%; reduced general and administrative expense of $2.64 per BOE, as compared with $3.11 per BOE for 2015, a reduction of 15%; asset impairment expense of $92 million, as compared with $533 million for 2015; diluted loss per share attributable to Noble Energy of $2.32, as compared with diluted loss per share of $6.07 for 2015; cash flows provided by operating activities of $1.4 billion, as compared with $2.1 billion in 2015; and capital expenditures of $1.6 billion, as compared with $2.9 billion, excluding the Rosetta Merger, in 2015. Significant Events Impacting Liquidity Included: proceeds of $1.2 billion from asset sales; and prepayment of $850 million of borrowings under our Term Loan Facility.
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