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WPX Energy Overview

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Tulsa, OK
501 to 1000 employees
2012
Company - Public (WPX)
Oil & Gas Exploration & Production
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
WPX Energy invests more than $1 billion annually in its business, which is focused on producing oil and natural gas.

The company is actively drilling in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale, Colorado’s Piceance Basin and New Mexico’s San ... Read more

WPX Energy Reviews

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Rick Muncrief
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    I worked at WPX Energy full-time

    Pros

    Company has great people who enjoy their roles

    Cons

    Company is very supportive of the community but not as engaged as WMB.

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WPX Energy Photos

WPX Energy photo of: CEO Rick Muncrief
WPX Energy photo of: Tulsa Area United Way Day of Caring
WPX Energy photo of: WPX Energy in the Bakken
WPX Energy photo of: Activity in the Williston Basin
WPX Energy photo of: CEO, Rick Muncrief, getting acquainted with some WPX employees.
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WPX Energy Interviews

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    Analyst Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at WPX Energy.

    Interview

    A person called on the phone first for an impromptu interview. When he/she asks if you have time for this surprise interview on the phone, say “no” and ask to reschedule. The reason you reschedule is because the HR person’s first question is “What do you know about WPX Energy?” Since it has likely been a week or two since you submitted your application, go online to find out something about WPX and then when the phone interview comes you will be prepared. Most questions in the phone interview are qualification based (e.g. How proficient are you with Microsoft Word?) whereas the questions in the in-person interview are behavioral based (e.g. tell me about a time when you didn’t get along with someone on your team and how did you deal with it?)

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WPX Energy Awards & Accolades

  • Compass Ethics Award, The Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium, 2014
  • Best Discovery Award, Oil and Gas Investor, 2014
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