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Author: MarkP28665 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 29  
Subject: 2008 Q1 n Q2 Fincial Results Date: 9/1/2008 8:01 PM
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Linn Energy, LLC.		

Multiply Fig by	1,000	

(Calendar Qtrs)		2008 Q1		2008 Q2 
Operating Results		
Revenues		195,516 	(610,983)
Derivatives		(268,794)	(870,804)
Cost of Revenues	118,744 	118,521 
Depreciation/Amortization 50,470 	50,402 
Interest Rate Swap losses 39,393 	(31,604)
Interest Expense	32,384	 	23,332 
Taxes			209 		(164)
Acct Adjustments		
Net Income		(259,359)	(712,142)
EBIT as NI + T + I	(226,766)	(688,974)
Per Share Data		
Basic EPS		(2.28)		(6.23)
Diluted EPS		(2.28)		(6.23)
Cash Distribution	0.63	 	0.63 
Financial Position		
Cash and Equivalents	1,076 		9,612 
Short-term Investments		
Accounts Receivable	197,342 	274,645 
Inventory		
Current Assets		213,872 	296,148 
Oil & Gas Property	4,097,710 	3,615,908 
Property & Equipment	23,305	 	17,811 
Goodwill		64,419	 	69,674 
Total Assets		4,413,586 	4,574,427 
Accounts Payable	225,764 	197,786 
Current Liabilities	408,560 	626,441 
LTD + Credit Facility	2,065,000 	2,232,398 
Lease/Other Obligations	37,440	 	29,363 
Perferred Stock		
Shareholder Equity	1,712,238 	940,978 
Stock Facts		
Shares Outstanding Avg	113,757,000 	114,252,000 

Figures from 10Q reports

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