I can tell you we have begun our capital planning process and that it’s well under way. Many of you will recall the description of our capital allocation as a brutally competitive process. The ultimate goal of that process is a perfect balance of that competitive spirit and the full accountability of delivering on these promises. We expect this process to run its normal course this fall and we will communicate the status of that work as it progresses. Let’s turn to slide 6 and take a look at our flagship asset in the Delaware Basin. As I’ve mentioned before, in conversations about acquisitions in the Delaware Basin people would often ask me what I’m most excited about. Without hesitation, my response was and still is the vast upside of this incredible stack of rocks in the Wolfcamp, Bone Spring, Avalon, and Delaware sands. As we approach the one-year anniversary of operating this asset, my confidence in that upside continues to significantly increase. I’d like to start with an update of how we view that upside. As Rick mentioned, our estimated resource potential has increased from 1.1 billion barrels to over 2.4 billion barrels and we have increased the gross location count by more than 50% to 5,500 wells.
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