——————————————————————————– Clay Gaspar, WPX Energy, Inc. – SVP & COO  ——————————————————————————– I would say the average is something less than 2,000 feet — 1,500 to 2,000 feet. I know we have done some of both. On the drawing board are 2,500 feet — 2,500 pounds per foot and then we are watching closely some of our neighbors, specifically to the south, that have put a heck of a lot more sand in the ground than that. So we are certainly not done. We haven’t finalized where we are at from there. We are starting — we think we might be seeing the point of diminishing returns, but every time we see that something like commodity price or well costs or productivity changes and you have to kind of rework the equation. ——————————————————————————– Derrick Whitfield, GMP Securities – Analyst  ——————————————————————————– Thanks, that’s all for me. ——————————————————————————– David Heikkinen, Heikkinen Energy Advisors – Analyst  ——————————————————————————– Good morning, guys.
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Although few things are, perhaps, less British than admitting to ambition, Grant actually worked hard at his craft. He toured pubs with his own comedy revue. He spent a year doing repertory, and starred in “Coriolanus,” “Lady Windermere’s Fan” and an avant-garde production of “Hamlet.” “We all wore ‘Star Trek’ costumes,'” he said. “That’s been the low point in my so-called career, I think. So far.” Grant still affects a certain wry, upper-class boredom about his work. But don’t be misled. Pretending not to care is merely another role, and one he’s been playing for a long time. In fact, preparing for “Florence Foster Jenkins” in which he co-stars with Meryl Streep, “one of the world’s greatest actresses” — forced him to really push himself. “I had to make a great effort,” Grant admits. “I’ve always gone to enormous trouble, studying the text, writing a biography of the character, all these little triggers.
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