The company announced it is launching a review of financial statements of 2014 and the four previous years. Penn West said that its historical financial documents for the years that are under reviews are unreliable.
The voluntary accounting review may force the company to reduce its budget and royalty expense expectations for 2014 while increasing its operating cost expectations. The review may also delay Penn West's second quarter earnings release.
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