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Hunting Reports HY Underlying Core Profit Of $77.4 Mln Vs $72.6 Mln
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Hunting PLC is an international energy services provider to upstream oil and gas companies. The Company's segments include Well Construction, Well Completion, Well Intervention, and Exploration and Production. The Well Construction segment provides products and services used by customers during the drilling phase of oil and gas wells, along with associated equipment used by the underground construction industry for telecommunication infrastructure build-out and precision machining services for the energy, aviation and power generation sectors. The Well Completion segment provides products and services used by customers during the completion phase of oil and gas wells. The Well Intervention segment provides products and services used by customers during the production, maintenance and restoration of existing oil and gas wells. The Exploration and Production segment includes its oil and gas exploration and production activities in the Southern United States and offshore Gulf of Mexico.
Oil Well Services & Equipment
5 Hanover Square
John F. Glick
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Arthur James Johnson
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Finance Director, Executive Director
Chief Operating Officer
Managing Director – Europe Operations
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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 <HTG.L> 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.
Oilfield services provider Hunting Plc <HTG.L> on Thursday reinstated its dividend and reported a profit for the first half of 2018 on stronger demand on the back of rising crude prices, sending its shares up more than 11 percent.
Hunting Plc, a U.S. shale-focused oilfield services provider, reported a profit for the first half of 2018, compared with a year-earlier loss, as demand picked up on the back of rising crude prices.
* HUNTING SIGNS COLLABORATION AGREEMENT WITH TITAN OIL RECOVERY INC.
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc <HTG.L> said its chairman, Richard Hunting, would step down next month after nearly three decades at the helm.
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc <HTG.L> reported an 82 percent fall in first-half loss as U.S. shale companies drilled more wells, boosting demand for equipment and services.
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc reported an 82 percent fall in first-half loss as U.S. shale companies drilled more wells, boosting demand for equipment and services.
* Promotion and appointment of Arthur James (Jim) Johnson as chief executive with effect from 1 September 2017
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc <HTG.L> said on Tuesday its revenue for the first half was boosted by onshore drilling in the United States, particularly in shale oil regions such as the Permian basin in West Texas.
* Performance in first half of 2017 has benefited from increase in onshore drilling in US, particularly in shale oil regions such as permian basin in west texas
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc <HTG.L> said on Wednesday its revenue for the first quarter had been ahead of management's expectations due continued higher activity levels in US shale sector.
Oilfield services company Hunting Plc said its chief executive Dennis Proctor will retire later this year after a successor has been appointed.
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