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What: Shares of W&T Offshore
So what: The oil and natural gas company reversed a loss of $0.02 per share during the same period last year, earning $0.36 per share this time around. Revenue rose 1.5% to $169.6 million.
Now what: Look for the company to be spending some more money. CEO Tracy Krohn says W&T is positioned "to take advantage of acquisition opportunities that we are seeing more frequently both offshore and onshore." In the conference call, he noted that management is evaluating several opportunities both onshore and offshore.
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