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DEF 14A
QEP RESOURCES, INC. filed this Form DEF 14A on 04/05/2018
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COMPENSATION TABLES

Summary Compensation Table

The following table summarizes the total compensation paid to our NEOs for services rendered during the fiscal years ended 2017, 2016 and 2015, except that (i) only 2017 compensation is summarized for Ms. Fiala, as she was not an NEO in 2015 and 2016, and (ii) only 2016 and 2017 compensation is summarized for Mr. Thompson, as he was not an NEO in 2015:
Name and 
Principal
Position
Year
Salary
Bonus
Stock
Awards
1
Option
Awards
2
Non-Equity
Incentive
Plan
Compen-
sation
3
Change in
Pension Value
and
Nonqualified
Deferred
Compen-sation
Earnings
4

All Other
Compen-
sation
5
Total6
(a)
(b)
($)
($)
($)
($)
($)
($)
($)
($)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
Charles B. Stanley
Chairman, President,
and CEO
2017
850,000

 

3,840,010

 
871,757

 
670,208

844,491

154,703

7,231,169

2016
850,000

 

3,780,013

 
534,319

 
1,105,000

726,980

100,300

7,096,612

2015
850,000

 

4,486,966

 
859,218

 
680,000

543,636

145,180

7,565,000

Richard J. Doleshek
Executive Vice President, CFO
2017
576,458

 

1,888,023

 
428,618

 
394,957

503,763

104,972

3,896,791

2016
563,000

 

1,858,508

 
262,707

 
724,581

388,479

66,602

3,863,877

2015
563,000

 

2,498,059

 
422,451

 
405,360

322,467

93,355

4,304,692

Jim E. Torgerson
Executive Vice President, QEP Energy
2017
511,667

 

1,760,028

 
399,559

 
350,694


111,531

3,133,479

2016
499,000

 

1,575,006

 
222,633

 
583,830


77,162

2,957,631

2015
499,000

 

1,600,028

 
358,009

 
359,280


108,779

2,925,096

Christopher K. Woosley
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
2017
375,500

 

800,030

 
181,621

 
386,064


73,224

1,816,439

2016
347,000

 

708,754

 
100,185

 
315,770


51,806

1,523,515

2015
347,000

 

975,031

 
201,381

 
194,320


68,906

1,786,638

Margo D. Fiala7
Vice President, Human Resources
2017
285,917

 

380,012

 
86,273

 
154,829


55,249

962,280

2016

 


 

 




2015

 


 

 




Matthew T. Thompson
Vice President, Energy
2017
244,070

8 


575,734

9 
98,349

10 


479,862

1,398,015

2016
305,625

 

437,508

 
61,844

 
241,800


43,631

1,090,408

2015

 


 

 





1.
Amounts in column (e) include awards of PSUs granted under the CIP and restricted stock granted under the LTSIP, in each case calculated based on the grant date fair values determined in accordance with FASB ASC Topic 718 (excluding the effect of estimated forfeitures), as follows for 2017
Name
Performance Share Unitsa,b
($)
Restricted Stockb
($)
Mr. Stanley
2,400,004

1,440,006

Mr. Doleshek
1,180,008

708,015

Mr. Torgerson
1,100,015

660,013

Mr. Woosley
400,015

400,015

Ms. Fiala
190,006

190,006

Mr. Thompsonc
241,521

334,213


a.
The maximum grant date values of the PSUs (based upon QEP's common stock price on the date of issuance, and assuming that each individual ultimately earns 200% of the total number of PSUs granted) are as follows: Mr. Stanley, $4,800,008; Mr. Doleshek, $2,360,016; Mr. Torgerson, $2,200,030; Mr. Woosley, $800,030; Ms. Fiala $380,012; and Mr. Thompson $483,042.
b.
The grant date fair values for the 2017 PSU and restricted stock awards were determined pursuant to FASB ASC Topic 718 (excluding the effect of estimated forfeitures) by multiplying the number of units/shares awarded times the QEP stock price on the date of grant.

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