Tag Archives: halliburton

HAL Took A $3bn Market Cap Hit Before Breakfast On “Temporary” US Onshore Challenges [Live Blog Complete]

We live-blogged our key takeaways from the Halliburton earnings call on Monday morning. There’s a lot more to this story… To read this update and receive our research newsletters, you must be a subscriber. If your free trial has expired, renew here. (Current members login here.) Subscribers get Exclusive research update newsletters High-caliber, data-driven analysis and commentary …

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Halliburton Issues A Rebuttal And An Endorsement

No EPS or EBITDA or financial speak to give you tired-head. Just the market intel that really matters curated from Halliburton’s earnings conference call on Monday April 23. Oh and also the fireworks… lots of fireworks. There’s a lot more to this story… To read this update and receive our research …

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Halliburton Drops A Sand Bomb, But Is It Signal Or Noise?

It’s a sign of the times. Frac sand controversy on Halliburton’s earnings conference call Monday overshadowed everything else, including some interesting points on pressure pumping dynamics, rig count brake tapping, international service pricing trends, and higher wages. We’ll address Big Red’s “non-sand” comments in a separate update later today. These …

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Halliburton’s New CEO Talks Sand, Stage Pricing, Labor Shortage, Frac Newbuilds, Sandbox, One-Stim, Int’l Outlook

Newly minted Halliburton CEO Jeff Miller spoke earlier this morning at the UBS conference in Austin, TX. Although he’s no stranger to the investment community, this was his first presentation since being named Dave Lesar’s successor. In a wide-ranging “fireside chat,” Jeff shared market insight on frac sand availability, logistics, completions …

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