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Cabot Oil & Gas Marcellus Operations Surpass One Bcf of Gross Production/Day

Cabot Oil & Gas (NYSE: COG) today announced that for the first time in its history, the Company's Marcellus operations surpassed one Bcf of gross production per day. The achievement of this milestone resulted in Cabot's total Company net production simultaneously exceeding the one Bcfe per day level, also a new record high.

"The successful collaboration of our employees and members of the Williams' team made this accomplishment possible," said Dan O. Dinges, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Throughout the month of December we have been gaining production momentum and month-to-date our total Company average net production rate is 930 Mmcfe per day, which is above our exit rate expectation expressed in our third quarter call." Dinges added, "Clearly, production will vary day to day due to field logistics, but our new baseline for production has moved significantly higher and we will work to build on this throughout 2013."

This record was primarily the result of new Marcellus wells and additional infrastructure. Specifically, a recent turned-in-line two-well pad illustrates the production potential of the Company's Marcellus assets. This pad has wells with lateral

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