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August 5, 2014
10:48 EDTCRR, ROSERosetta switch to sand reduces CARBO visibility, says William Blair
William Blair notes Rosetta Resources (ROSE) said yesterday on its earnings call that it would be changing its completion design for Eagle Ford wells by switching from ceramic proppant to sand. The firm says Rosetta is one of CARBO Ceramics' largest customers. It estimates Rosetta uses between 250M-400M pounds per year of ceramic proppant, and believes CARBO management was surprised by the move. William Blair believes the switch reduces CARBO's forward visibility and it lowered its estimates for the company. The firm keeps a Market Perform rating on the stock. Shares of CARBO are down 10% to $109.37 in morning trading.
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July 30, 2015
05:34 EDTCRRCARBO Ceramics 'cautiously optimistic' on opportunities in tech sales
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05:31 EDTCRRCARBO Ceramics reports Q2 GAAP EPS (74c), consensus 67c
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July 29, 2015
13:34 EDTCRRCARBO Ceramics mentioned cautiously in a Seeking Alpha article
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July 20, 2015
17:13 EDTROSENoble Energy closes acquisition of Rosetta Resources
Noble Energy (NBL) announced that the stockholders of Rosetta Resources (ROSE) overwhelmingly approved the merger of Rosetta into a subsidiary of Noble Energy. The transaction closed following the shareholder meeting and the merger will be effective at the end of the day. In conjunction with the closing, Rosetta will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Noble Energy and Rosetta CEO James Craddock will join the Noble Energy board. Highlights of the acquisition for Noble Energy include: Approximately 50,000 net acres in the Eagle Ford Shale and 56,000 net acres in the Permian; Year-end 2014 proved reserves of 282M barrels of oil equivalent; Current production of approximately 63 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day; More than 1,800 gross horizontal drilling locations identified for development, with net unrisked resource potential of approximately 1B barrels of oil equivalent; Noble Energy anticipates more than 15% annual production growth to an average of more than 100 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2018; Substantial operational synergies expected across the combined onshore U.S. portfolio.
08:25 EDTROSERosetta Resources to host special shareholder meeting
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