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maryhecksmen 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 28, 2014 3:28 PM Member since: Jan 31, 2012
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    Halliburton doen't need Nuverra

    by maryhecksmen Mar 28, 2014 2:59 PM
    maryhecksmen maryhecksmen Mar 28, 2014 3:28 PM Flag

    The long-term trends are not on Nuverra's side
    Fracking has actually been around for decades, but its current form is entirely new to the energy scene. It makes sense, then, that the technology being used to extract oil and natural gas has been evolving rapidly. Just two years ago, tons of water was being wasted in fracking. Today, just about every oil service company is working on reducing the need for so much water.

    With that being the long-term trend, the need for such water services could dissipate markedly over the coming years and decades, which would render Nuverra's services unnecessary.

    My take: It's tough for me to get a feel for how this will play out.
    Nuverra's most important partnership moving forward is with Halliburton (NYSE: HAL ) . The two companies are working on a water-recycling program dubbed H20 Forward Service. Being conducted right now in the Bakken Shale region, if the program is successful, Nuverra could benefit from Halliburton's size and scope with future contracts in other shale areas.

    My main problem is, again, that this simply isn't my area of expertise. As someone who's not an engineer working on or following the technology that could lead to less and less water being used in fracking, I simply don't have the insight that leads me to believe Nuverra has a business that will continually draw in customers.

    That being said, I simply think it's time for me to part with my shares of Nuverra.

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  • to implement there clean water system. http://www.halliburton.com/public/common/Case_Histories/H09138.pdf

  • maryhecksmen maryhecksmen Mar 11, 2014 1:07 PM Flag

    Investors should note that NES only has ~$115mm in bank debt (revolver only) which has
    covenants that put limitation on repayment of the company's $400mm in unsecured bonds
    and on returning cash to shareholders

  • maryhecksmen by maryhecksmen Mar 7, 2014 1:49 PM Flag

    has anybody looked at this analysts record? background? good luck with Wunderluck!

  • maryhecksmen by maryhecksmen Jan 29, 2014 10:52 AM Flag

    stock just keeps going lower, value destruction in a bankruptcy, $1.30 penny stock equivalent pre-split

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