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HAL  // Posts tagged as "HAL"

Oil Patch Alert: Well Service Companies Benefit from Wrath of Hurricane Harvey

Companies:BAS, CAT, CMI, HAL, HP, GE, KEG, NBR, NOV, PTEN, RNGR, SLB By: Janis Johnson Click here to download report (.pdf)   Summary Well service companies are benefiting from fluid hauling and well shut-ins (BAS, KEG, RNGR). Some equipment suppliers may see a bump in orders (CAT, CMI, GE, NOV). Standby rates are not always […]

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Oil Patch: 2H17Demand for Oilfield Services Steady to Up Slightly vs. 1H

Research Question: How will oilfield services demand for the second half of 2017 compare with the first half of the year? Companies: BAS, HAL, HP, KEG, NBR, PTEN, RES, RNGR, SLB Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights Demand and pricing for oilfield services are expected to hold steady or rise slightlyduring the second half […]

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FTS International’s IPO Success Depends on Oil Price, Not the Company’s Strengths or Services (FTSI)

Research Question: Does FTS International possess any strengths or unique services that will ensure a successful IPO? Companies: BAS, CAT, FRAC, FTSI, HAL, NFX, NOV, PUMP, RES, SLB, TSE:CFW, WFT By: David Franklin Click here to download report (.pdf)   Summary of Findings FTS International Inc.’s (or FTSI) IPO success will depend largely on the timing […]

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Demand Up for Fraccing, Well Services and Frac Pumps

Research Question: Are second-quarter market conditions for oilfield services better or worsethan or the same as in the first quarter? Companies: BAS, FTI, GDI, HAL, KEG, LON:WEIR, RES, SLB Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights Although oil pricing per barrel continues to fluctuate, demand for fraccing and well service work has risen in the […]

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Drilling and Completions Demand Up, Engine Orders Lagging

Research Question: How did the recent oil price decline affect demand and pricing for oilfield goods and services? Companies: CAT, CMI, HAL,HP, NBR,PTEN, RES, SLB Click here to download report (.pdf) Highlights The recent oil price pullback to under $50 per barrel had some industry players wondering if demand and pricing for oilfield goods and services […]

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Higher E&P Spending Benefiting Fraccers, Drillers, Steel Mills

Research Question: What effect has higher E&P capex spending had on demand and pricing for oilfield services and supplies? Companies: HAL, HP, NBR, PTEN, RES, SLB, TS, X   Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights E&P companies’ higher spending on services and supplies is benefiting steel mills producing tubular goods for use in the […]

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Higher Upstream Spending to Benefit Fraccing Markets First

Research Question: How will E&P capital spending fare in 2017, and which sectors will benefit first? Companies: BAS, HAL, HP, KEG, NBR, PTEN, RES, SLB, SPN Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights Upstream capital expenditures are expected to grow in the mid- to high single digits year to year, according to 12 drilling and […]

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U.S. Oil Patch Begins to Recover Based on Stable Oil Pricing

Research Question: Have demand and pricing for oilfield services changed now that the price of oil is holding above $50 per barrel? Companies: BAS, HAL, HP, KEG, NBR, PDS, PTEN, RES, SLB, SPN Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights Sources working in the well stimulation, drilling and well services categories said demand had improved […]

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Fraccing Service Price Increase in Marcellus Met With Resistance (HAL, TSE:CFW)

Research Question: Has there been any recent change in service demand or pricing in the Marcellus region? Companies:HAL, TSE:CFW   Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights Some service providers recently have made a pushto raise prices in the Marcellus Shale region’sfraccing category, the first attempt at an increase since the downturn began two years […]

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Stable Oil Price of $55-Plus Needed for Completions Work to Rise (HAL, SLB, SLCA)

Research Question: Which oilfield sectors will benefit first when a recovery in oil pricing occurs? Companies: BAS, HAL, HCLP, HP, NBR, PDS, PES, PTEN, RES, SLB, SLCA, SPN Click here to download report (.pdf)   Highlights Sources in every oilfield service category said oil prices mustmeet or exceed $55 per barrel and then stabilize before any […]

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