Halliburton Co (HAL.N)
17 Jun 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||$40,012.44|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||932.04|
May 21 - Halliburton Co, the world's second-largest oilfield services company, said on Tuesday that Mexican state oil company Pemex was delaying any significant activity at its Burgos and Chicontepec projects until next year. Chief Financial Officer Mark McCollum said Halliburton's Latin American margins would be weighed down this year by the reduction in activity at the projects. He added that Pemex, ahead of a July tender on the projects, was also reducing rigs run by Schlumberge
- Halliburton Co is in "advanced" talks to settle private claims against it in a trial to determine blame for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill, the oilfield services company said on Monday, as it booked a $1 billion pretax charge for a possible deal.
* First phase of BP spill trial ended last week * BP had sought to shift blame for 2010 disaster * Excluding charge, Halliburton earnings top estimates * Believes worst of fracking pricing pressure behind it * Halliburton shares rise 5.6 percent By Braden Reddall and Kathy Finn April 22 - Halliburton Co is in "advanced" talks to settle private claims against it in a trial to determine blame for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill, the oilfield services company said
April 22 - Halliburton Co : * COO says believes worst of the pricing pressure for hydraulic fracturing is
April 22 - Halliburton Co said on Monday that it was in court-facilitated talks to settle private claims against it in the trial to determine blame for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill at a BP well where it performed work.
NEW YORK, April 22 - Halliburton Co : * Shares up 4.8 percent in premarket trading after results
LONDON, March 18 - San Leon Energy PLC : * Strategic relationship with Halliburton to prove unconventional gas
Feb 11 - A seven-year dispute between U.S. engineering company KBR Inc and a Brazilian client over an oil project off the coast of the country settled last month with a $219 million payment by Halliburton Co, KBR's former parent.
- Haliburton Co's overseas business lifted fourth-quarter earnings above expectations, belying how tough the market is for North American oilfield services due to the glut of natural gas.
* Earnings of $0.63 a share versus Wall Street view of $0.60 * Sees 2013 E. Hemisphere margins averaging "upper teens" * Shares up nearly 5 percent, at highest for more than a year By Braden Reddall Jan 25 - Haliburton Co's overseas business lifted fourth-quarter earnings above expectations, belying how tough the market is for North American oilfield services due to the glut of natural gas. Shares of Halliburton, the world's second-largest oilfield services compan
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