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Halliburton warned that its first-quarter earnings would take a hit due to delays on delivery of a key ingredient used to hydraulically fracture shale wells: sand.
Halliburton (HAL) CEO Jeff Miller cited the company’s geographic diversity as part of its key strategy to garner solid growth in 4Q17. In the company’s 4Q17 earnings conference call, he stated that “geographic diversity is also a key component of our strategy and our international business proved resilient. Halliburton makes up 11.5% of the iShares US Oil Equipment & Services ETF (IEZ).
Halliburton's shares fell 2.5 percent after Weber's comments during a webcast presentation at the Credit Suisse Energy Summit. Shale drillers blast sand and water into wells to release trapped gas and oil inside the earth. "We got multiple sand operators whose operations in the region were impacted and from which we purchase about one-third of our total sand volumes," Weber said, adding that the delays would have an impact on Halliburton's operating efficiencies and utilization.
Halliburton's first-quarter earnings would be reduced by 10 cents per share due to delays in sand deliveries, a company executive said on Thursday.
Halliburton shares were weighed down on Thursday after the US oilfield services group said it expects a hit to its quarterly earnings from delays in sand deliveries. Halliburton’s chief financial officer, ...
Halliburton's 1Q earnings would be reduced by 10 cents per share due to delays in sand deliveries, a senior company executive says.