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W&T Offshore Ups Production Outlook for 4Q20

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   |    Tuesday,December 08,2020

W&T Offshore Inc. has increased its production outlook for Q4 2020 by 8%.

W&T now expects its fourth quarter production to average between 34,700 and 36,900 BOEPD (34% oil / 11% NGLs / 55% natural gas).

Previously the Company had estimated its fourth quarter production would average 31,500 to 35,000 Boe/d.

The increase was announced after W&T recently restored the vast majority of production that was shut-in due to the series of storms in the Gulf of Mexico. It also restored production at the Magnolia field that was offline due to extended downtime at a third-party operated platform downstream from that field.

Tracy W. Krohn, W&T's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer commented, "This year has been an extraordinary one, from a worldwide pandemic to a record-breaking number of hurricanes, but through it all our team has remained focused on operational excellence and maximizing our free cash flow generation. The operations team has done an outstanding job restoring production in the fourth quarter faster than anticipated and, as a result, we are increasing our fourth quarter production midpoint from 33,250 Boe/d to 35,800 Boe/d. The timing couldn't have been better with the recent uptick in oil pricing and we are well positioned to end the year on a positive note. We look to carry this momentum into 2021 and we firmly believe that we are well-positioned to deliver strong value creation for our shareholders."

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