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Liberty Oilfield Services Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2020 Financial And Operational Results
Liberty Oilfield Says If Deal Is Terminated Under Certain Circumstances Co To Pay Schlumberger U.S. Termination Fee Of $21.9 Mln
Liberty Oilfield Services Q2 Adjusted Loss Per Share $0.55
Liberty Oilfield Services Inc. is a provider of hydraulic fracturing services. The Company provides its services to onshore oil and natural gas exploration and production companies in North America. The Company primarily provides its services in Permian Basin, the Eagle Ford Shale, the Denver-Julesburg Basin, the Williston Basin and the Powder River Basin. The Company performs hydraulic fracturing services to restrict the flow of hydrocarbons in oil and gas production. As of March 2018, the Company had active hydraulic fracturing fleets of 21, representing approximately 885,000 hydraulic horsepower (HHP). As of December 31, 2017 the Company owns and leases properties, which include Odessa, TX, Henderson, CO, Gillette, WY, Williston, ND, and Cibolo, TX.
Oil & Gas - Integrated
950 17th St Ste 2400
Christopher A. Wright
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Michael David Stock
Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer
Ryan T. Gosney
Chief Accounting Officer
Raymond Sean Elliott
Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
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Liberty Oilfield Services <LBRT.N> reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Tuesday and forecast sequential growth in active frac fleets, as producers restore oil volumes, driven by an uptick in prices.
Liberty Oilfield Services posted a quarterly loss on Tuesday compared with a year-ago profit, as demand for its fracking services dropped due to a coronavirus-led crash in crude prices.
Liberty Oilfield Services' acquisition of Schlumberger's shale fracking business will make it the third-largest oilfield services firm by North American revenue, nudging out Baker Hughes Co in a bet on a shale rebound.
Oilfield services firm Schlumberger <SLB.N> agreed to sell its North American shale fracking business to rival Liberty Oilfield Services <LBTR.N>, unloading a unit that underperformed during the shale bust.
Schlumberger said on Tuesday it would combine its North America fracking business with Liberty Oilfield Services Inc and take a 37% stake in the new combined company.
U.S. oilfield services firm Liberty Oilfield Services is cutting 7% of its workforce, according to a state filing, and executives have agreed to reduce their salaries by 30% as shale oil producers grind to a halt amid an energy price collapse.
U.S. shale fracking services provider Liberty Oilfield Services <LBRT.N> activated its 24th hydraulic fleet in January and plans to build an additional fleet, the company said on Thursday.
U.S. shale fracking services provider Liberty Oilfield Services activated its 24th hydraulic fleet in January, and plans to build an additional fleet, the company said on Thursday.
Liberty Oilfield Services <LBRT.N> on Wednesday said a seasonal slowdown in hydraulic fracturing has started early this year, indicating more pain for oilfield services providers facing cuts in customer spending.
Hydraulic fracturing company Liberty Oilfield Services on Wednesday said a seasonal slowdown in activity had started early this year, indicating more pain for an industry already hampered by cuts in customer spending.
Pressure pumper Liberty Oilfield Services Inc will wait to deploy its newest hydraulic fracturing fleet until market conditions improve, Chief Executive Officer Chris Wright said at a conference in Denver on Monday.
Roughly 20 percent of the hydraulic fracturing fleets that were active in mid-2018 have now been idled or are being idled, as lower oil prices prompt producers to tighten their budgets, Liberty Oilfield Services Inc estimated on Tuesday.
Roughly 20 percent of the hydraulic fracturing fleets that were active in mid-2018 have now been idled or are being idled, as lower oil prices prompt producers to tighten their budgets, Liberty Oilfield Services estimated on Tuesday.
Pressure pumper Liberty Oilfield Services <LBRT.N> on Wednesday said it expects the U.S. hydraulic fracturing market to bottom this quarter, amid weaker demand for well completions as shale production outpaced takeaway capacity.
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