Exterran Holdings Inc
Oilfield Services Gainers: FTK, KEG, BAS, DWSN, and AROC
In the week starting October 2, 2017, Flotek Industries (FTK) is at the top of the list of gainers from the oilfield services group.
Rising Oilfield Service Stocks: BAS, EXH, TESO, WFT, and KEG
In this part of our series, we’ll analyze the top percentage gainers from the oilfield service sector in the United States this week.
Early November 2015 Oil Rig Count Dip Hurt Total US Rig Count
In the week ended November 6, 2015, the total US rig count lost six crude oil rigs but added two natural gas rigs.
How the Late October Oil Rig Count Dip Hurt the Total US Rig Count
By October 30, 2015, the total US rig count fell by 16 crude oil rigs. The number of crude oil rigs has continued to fall in the past nine weeks.
US Oil and Gas Rig Counts Diverged Last Week
In the week ending October 16, 2015, the US rig count decreased by ten crude oil rigs, while the natural gas rig count increased by three rigs.
Crude Oil and Natural Gas Rig Counts Changed Course Last Week
In the week ended July 17, the US rig count decreased by seven active crude oil rigs, which was partially offset by an increase of one natural gas rig.
Crude Oil and Natural Gas Rigs Diverge Further
In the 12 months to July 10, the total US crude oil and natural gas rig count fell by 1,012, or 54%.
Crude Oil Rigs Up and Natural Gas Rigs Down Last Week
In the week ending July 2, the US rig count rose by 12 active crude oil rigs—partially offset by a fall of nine natural gas rigs.
Crude Oil and Natural Gas Rigs Diverged Last Week
In the week ending June 26, the US rig count rose by five active natural gas rigs, partially offset by a fall of three crude oil rigs.
EOG Resources’ Free Cash Flows Turn Negative Again
Despite a 23% fall in 1Q15 capex, EOG Resources’ free cash flow crashed. It was -$585 million in 1Q15 versus $104 million in free cash flow for 4Q14.
Why Are Energy Companies Affected by Falling Rig Counts?
In the 12 months to June 19, the total US crude oil and natural gas rig count fell by 1,001, or 54%. The number of active oil rigs fell by 914, or 59%.
Why the Falling Rig Count Last Week Matters to Investors
In the week ending June 12, the US rig count decreased by seven active crude oil rigs and one natural gas rig.
Why Falling Rig Counts in Week Ending June 5 Matter to Investors
In the June 5 week, the US rig count decreased by four crude oil rigs and three natural gas rigs. In the 12 months to June 5, the total rig count dropped by 992, or 53%.
Rig Counts Dropped 53% in 1 Year: Why It Matters to Investors
In the week ending May 29, the US rig count decreased by 13 active crude oil rigs, partially offset by three additional natural gas rigs.
52% Drop in the Rig Count in 1 Year: Why It Matters to Investors
In the week ending May 22, the US rig count decreased by one active crude oil rig and one natural gas rig. One miscellaneous rig was also idled last week.
C&J Energy Services and RPC: Last Week’s Sectoral Standouts
In our selected set of companies, not one oilfield equipment and services company saw a loss. Within this winning sector, there were two standouts.
Why Is Exterran Partners’ Stock Performance Improving?
After Exterran (EXLP) announced its 4Q14 earnings, its stock jumped from $22.84 to $ 23.42. Since then, its stock performance has mostly been on the rise.
Exterran Partners’ Key 4Q2014 Operational Highlights
According to Exterran’s gross margin for 4Q2014, the company seems to have had a positive operational and financial performance last year.
Why Exterran Partners Keeps Increasing Its Distributions
Exterran (EXLP) has continuously increased its quarterly distributions due to its growth through acquisitions and organic growth.
Exterran Partners Sees Growth in Distributable Cash Flow
Exterran (EXLP) announced its 4Q14 DCF (distributable cash flow) of $53.4 million compared to $37.8 million in 4Q13. This was an increase of ~42.3%.
An Overview of the Natural Gas Compression Industry
Natural gas compression is essential for transporting natural gas. Compression is used several times in the natural gas production and transportation cycle.
Must-know: An introduction to Exterran Partners
EXLP is the largest contract compression provider, with 2.9 million operating horsepower. Of this, ~170,000 operating horsepower was part of its organic growth.
Magnetar decreases stakes in American Airlines
Magnetar reduced its position in AAL in the third quarter. The position accounts for 1.17% of the fund’s total portfolio in the third quarter.
Magnetar reduces stakes in Mallinckrodt Plc
Magnetar reduced its position in MNK in the third quarter. The position accounts for 1.80% of the fund’s total portfolio in the third quarter.
Magnetar raises position in Teekay Corp.
Magnetar increased its position in TK in the third quarter. The position accounts for 7.67% of the fund’s total portfolio in the third quarter.
Why Magnetar Financial disposes position in EQT
The company missed on 4Q13 earnings and revenue back in February.
Why Magnetar Financial exits position in EOG Resources
EOG’s 1Q14 profit was up 34% to $661 million, or $1.21 per share, up from $495 million, or $0.91 per share in the year ago quarter.
Why Magnetar Financial initiates new position in Rowan Companies
First quarter results beat estimates despite a decline in earnings and revenue.
Why Magnetar Financial adds new position in Exterran Holdings
Exterran Holding reported lower 1Q14 profits.
An overview of natural gas compression companies like Exterran
Natural gas compression services are used to transport natural gas. Compression is often used to get natural gas from low-pressure wells to gathering systems, and to maintain production as reservoir pressure declines.
MLP analysis: An investor’s guide to Exterran Partners (EXLP)
An overview of Exterran Partners, a master limited partnership and the largest independent provider of natural gas compression services in the US.