What is Extraction Oil & Gas’ ticker symbol and where is it listed?
Our common stock is traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol ‘XOG.’
What year was XOG incorporated and in what state?
XOG was incorporated in Delaware in 2016. Prior to 2016, XOG’s operations were conducted under Extraction Oil & Gas, LLC, which was formed in Delaware in 2012.
How can I invest in XOG?
You can purchase shares of XOG through a brokerage firm of your choice.
Does XOG pay a common stock dividend?
XOG does not currently pay a dividend.
Does XOG have a dividend reinvestment plan?
Since XOG does not currently pay a dividend, there is no dividend reinvestment plan.
Does XOG have a direct stock purchase plan?
No. Our common stock can be purchased through the brokerage firm of your choice.
Has XOG’s stock ever split?
How can I change my address or name on my stockholder account?
If you hold your shares through a brokerage, you can change the address on your account by contacting your brokerage. If you hold your shares directly on the books and records of the Company, you can change you address by contacting XOG’s transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company.
What do I do if I lose my stock certificates?
Please contact the transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company.
When is XOG’s fiscal year-end?
How many employees does XOG have?
How can I obtain an annual report or company packet?
What is a transfer agent? Who is the transfer agent for XOG?
A transfer agent is a professional agency employed by a corporation to handle transfers of stock, conversion of securities, mailings to stockholders, payments of dividends, stock subscriptions and maintaining the stock record books of the corporation. American Stock Transfer & Trust Company is the transfer agent for XOG.
How can I find out about my XOG stock and can I access information online?
Please contact either your broker or our transfer agent American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
How can I get more information about the performance of the stock?
Feel free to reach out to Extraction’s Investor Relations Department via email at IR@extractionog.com
I inherited shares of XOG stock. How can I determine its value and the cost basis of the shares?
Tax consequences may vary, so you are encouraged to consult your personal tax advisor.
What does it mean to be a registered stockholder?
You are a registered stockholder if your name appears in the corporation’s stock transfer records maintained by the transfer agent. If you hold your stock through a brokerage, your broker is the “record holder”. To find out more about your holdings, please contact either your broker or our transfer agent at American Stock Transfer & Trust Company:
What does it mean to be a beneficial stockholder?
Generally, you are a beneficial stockholder if your shares are held through a brokerage account, as opposed to registered directly in your name. This is also referred to as holding shares in "street name."
Who is XOG’s independent public accountant?
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP serves as XOG’s independent public accountant.
Who should I contact with ethics and compliance concerns?
Any concerns regarding accounting irregularities, theft, fraud, unsafe acts or any type of unethical behavior may be reported on a confidential and anonymous basis. You can access this tool either online or by telephone at www.convercent.com/report or toll-free at 1-800-461-9330.