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Hunting Reports H1 EBITDA Loss Of 3.6 Million USD
Hunting Plc Says H1 Group EBITDA Is Likely To Report Modest Loss
Hunting Plc FY EBITDA Falls
Hunting PLC is an energy services provider to upstream oil and gas companies. The Company operates through five operating segments: Hunting Titan; US; Canada; Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and Asia Pacific. The Company's range of products and associated services spans the lifecycle of the wellbore, irrespective of whether it is intended for oil, gas, onshore or offshore, conventional or unconventional. It manufactures end tools and components required to extract hydrocarbons across the lifecycle of an oil and gas well. The Company has operations in China, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates and the United States of America.
Oil Well Services & Equipment
5 Hanover Square
John F. Glick
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Arthur James Johnson
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Finance Director, Director
Chief Operating Officer
Managing Director - Europe, Middle East and Africa Operations
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Oilfield services group Hunting Plc said on Wednesday its first-quarter earnings were in line with expectations despite a hit to the company's Texas facilities in February when the U.S. state faced severe cold weather.
Oilfield services group Hunting Plc reported a 63% drop in first-half profit on Thursday as its clients reined in spending due to the coronavirus-led crash in fuel demand, although it expects the market to improve in the fourth quarter.
Oilfield services group Hunting Plc on Thursday reported a 63% plunge in first-half earnings as its clients cut back on spending due to the coronavirus-led crash in fuel demand, but it expects markets to improve in the fourth quarter.
Oilfield services group Hunting Plc has cut its workforce by a fourth as low oil prices and weak demand slammed most of its business units in the second quarter, the company said on Monday.
Oil industry manufacturer and services provider Hunting Plc said on Monday it has cut 25% of its workforce, citing a decline in trading within most of the group's businesses during the second quarter due to lower oil prices.
* HUNTING PLC - RAPID ACTION TO ADDRESS COST BASE IMPLEMENTED, WITH ANNUALISED SAVINGS OF CIRCA.$60M CAPTURED
Oil industry manufacturer and services provider Hunting Plc reported a small drop in its annual core profit on Thursday, as weak North American shale activity countered strong performances in Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
British oilfield services provider Hunting Plc reported a small drop in its annual core profit on Thursday, as strong performance in its Asia Pacific and Middle East operations offset weak North American shale activity.
Oilfield services provider Petrofac Ltd said on Tuesday it expected a more than 5% fall in full-year revenue, as delays in bidding processes hit new orders for its engineering and construction segment during the second half of 2019.
British oilfield services firm Hunting Plc <HTG.L> warned on Tuesday that annual core profit would be at the lower end of market expectations as it grapples with a slowdown in the U.S. onshore drilling market, sending its shares down as much as 7%.
British oilfield services firm Hunting Plc warned on Tuesday its annual core profit would be at the lower end of market expectations as it grapples with a slowdown in the U.S. onshore drilling market.
British oilfield services firm Hunting Plc <HTG.L> posted a slight rise in first-half core profit on Thursday, but a drop in revenue at its biggest unit and shrinking margins sent its shares down nearly 5% to 410 pence.
British oilfield services company Hunting Plc expects oil and gas producers to defer some projects as a recent decline in crude prices could hit their short-term budgets, it said on Monday.
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc said on Monday it expects oil and gas explorers to defer some projects as a recent fall in crude prices is expected to hit their budgets in the short term.
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