AUT

Aurora Oil & Gas (AUT)

Stock Code

AUT

Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Aurora Oil & Gas (AUT) is an oil and gas company principally engaged in the oil and gas exploration, development and production in North America. Aurora began its operations in the early 2005. Aurora Oil & Gas listed on the ASX on 4 September, 1986. Its operations comprises an onshore Californian oil project, three gas-focused plays onshore in Texas and indirectly, through its shareholding in Gawler Resources Limited, interests in two more oil and gas projects situated in the shallow water of the Texas Gulf Coast Region.

Aurora Oil & Gas $294.8m Revenue FY 2012


Texas focused Oil and Shale gas company, Aurora Oil and Gas (ASX:AUT) have announced its full year financial results for 2012 to its shareholders and investors on the Australian stockmarket.

  • Aurora Oil and Gas have announced revenue of US$295 million for the year, up 293 percent.
  • Aurora Oil & Gas also reported an EBITDAX (earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation, amortisation and exploration) US$167 million up 320 percent.

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