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While we continue to be encouraged by firming natural gas prices, we will maintain the current pace of our drilling program over the next year in order to grow production into the Northern Access capacity as efficiently as possible. This strategy should result in steady, but significant, growth across our upstream and midstream businesses. DISCUSSION OF THIRD QUARTER RESULTS BY SEGMENT The following discussion of the earnings of each segment is summarized in a tabular form on pages 9 through 12 of this report. It may be helpful to refer to those tables while reviewing this discussion. Upstream Business Exploration and Production Segment The Exploration and Production segment operations are carried out by Seneca Resources Corporation (“Seneca”). Seneca explores for, develops and produces natural gas and oil reserves, primarily in Pennsylvania and California. 4,262 The quarter over quarter variance in the Exploration and Production segment’s net loss is mainly due to lower impairment charges that were recorded to write down the value of Senecas oil and natural gas reserves under the full cost method of accounting. The non-cash, pre-tax impairment charge recorded in the current year’s third quarter was $82.7 million ($47.9 million after-tax) versus $588.7 million ($339.8 million after-tax) in the prior year. The full cost method of accounting requires that Seneca perform a quarterly ceiling test to compare the present value of future revenues from its oil and natural gas reserves based on an unweighted arithmetic average of the first day of the month oil and gas prices for each month within the 12-month period prior to the end of the reporting period (the ceiling) with the book value of those reserves at the balance sheet date. If the book value of the reserves exceeds the ceiling, a non-cash impairment charge must be recorded in order to reduce the book value of the reserves to the calculated ceiling. Unless oil and gas prices improve, Seneca expects to incur an additional impairment charge in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year ending September 30, 2016. Seneca also incurred $3.2 million ($1.8 million after tax) of professional and legal expenses during the third quarter relating to the extension of the joint development agreement that Seneca entered into in June 2016.

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