Dave Lesar - Halliburton
Last quote by Dave Lesar
North America activity increased rapidly during the first quarter, which was highlighted by our U.S. land revenue growth of nearly 30 percent, outperforming the sequential average U.S. land rig count growth of 27 percent.feedback
NEW Apr 24 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Dave Lesar is associated, including North America and customer. Most recently, Dave Lesar has been quoted saying: “Despite the positive sentiment surrounding the North American land market, it is important to remember that our world is still a tale of two cycles. The North America market appears to have rounded the corner, but the international downward cycle is still playing out.” in the article Halliburton warns of weakness in international markets. An other article where Dave Lesar has been quoted is It's early, but here's why you should be optimistic about earnings.
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Quotes by Dave Lesar
Jan 23 2017
Despite the positive sentiment surrounding the North American land market, it is important to remember that our world is still a tale of two cycles. The North America market appears to have rounded the corner, but the international downward cycle is still playing out.feedback
Oct 19 2016
As we look forward, we expect an increased commodity price to stimulate rig count growth ... things are getting better for us and our customers.feedback
Oct 19 2016
North America results improved as we took advantage of the rig count growth by increasing utilization, working our surface efficiency model and relentlessly managing costs.feedback
May 02 2016
Challenges in obtaining remaining regulatory approvals and general industry conditions that severely damaged deal economics led to the conclusion that termination is the best course of action.feedback
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