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May 19, 2014
06:36 EDTECA, NOV, APA, GE, NBL, HAL, STOFracking companies looking to technology to address complaints, WSJ says
Energy companies are looking into new technologies as a response to the complaints of hydrawulic fracking, reports the Wall Street Journal. Statoil (STO), for example, began rolling out a mobile natural-gas compressor system developed by General Electric (GE) and Ferus Natural Gas. National Oilwell (NOV) signed an agreement for a desalination system that can purify wastewater and Halliburton (HAL) provides a fracking fluid that is still effective when it contains higher concentrations of dissolved solids than typical fracking fluids. Reference Link
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March 23, 2015
15:56 EDTHALSuperior Energy interested in Halliburton, Baker Hughes assets, Bloomberg says
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10:00 EDTAPAOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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08:15 EDTAPAApache downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup
Citigroup downgraded Apache to Neutral after resuming coverage of the stock and cut its price target for shares to $60 from $74.
06:06 EDTGEAres Management, GE Capital invests in package supporting KKR acquisition
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06:03 EDTGEU.S. Multi-Industry sector downgraded to Neutral at Barclays
Barclays downgraded the U.S. Multi-Industry space to Neutral from Overweight saying rising headwinds could limit share upside to mid-single-digit levels in 2015, with only slight improvement in 2016. The firm believes the credit cycle is peaking and views the U.S. Dollar strength along with lower oil prices as headwinds. Concurrent with sector rating change, Barclays downgraded Dover (DOV), Grainger (GWW), Xylem (XYL) and WESCO (WCC) to Equal Weight from Overweight. It also upgraded Tyco (TYC) to Overweight from Equal Weight and Lennox (LII) to Equal Weight from Underweight, calling both defensive names in the space. The firm is also "comfortable" owning General Electric (GE), Honeywell (HON), Sensata (ST) and HD Supply (HDS) at current levels. It prefers waiting for pullbacks to buy shares of 3M (MMM).
March 20, 2015
09:22 EDTHALHalliburton, Baker Hughes to seek buyers for $10B in assets, Bloomberg says
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07:31 EDTSTOOneSubsea delivers first subsea multiphase compressor to Statoil
OneSubsea, a Cameron (CAM) and Schlumberger (SLB) company, has delivered the world's first subsea Multiphase Compressor to Statoil (STO) for the Gullfaks South field in the North Sea. The subsea multiphase compressor enables boosting of unprocessed wet gas production fluids, while eliminating the need for an upstream separation facility or an anti-surge system, making it the industry's only true wet gas compressor. It is expected to increase the recovery rate for the Gullfaks South Brent reservoir by 22M barrels of oil equivalent.
07:19 EDTHALWhite House expected to unveil fracking rules today, WSJ says
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March 19, 2015
11:38 EDTGEGE Marine announces Reinauer purchases two diesel engines, gearboxes
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06:10 EDTGEPhilips planning to spin off lighting business in IPO in 1H16, WSJ reports
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05:40 EDTSTOStatoil reports annual equity production of 1.93 Mboepd in FY14
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March 18, 2015
13:13 EDTNBLAnalyst recommends buying top E&P names before crude finds its bottom
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10:06 EDTGEGE to install water solution during planned outage at Alaska power plant
GE announced it will commission a reverse osmosis mobile water filtration system at the Golden Valley Electric Association coal-fired power plant in Healy, Alaska. The GE system will provide the plant with clean water during a planned outage to upgrade the plant's water treatment system and environmental controls and facilitate the start up of Unit 2. The total power output of the facility once Unit 2 is online will be 80 megawatts. The two-unit station is located approximately 300 miles south of the Arctic Circle. The GVEA Healy plant will require GE's mobile water filtration system for approximately 90 days while work is being completed.
10:00 EDTECAOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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07:21 EDTNBLE&P stocks should be bought on weakness, says Stifel
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07:04 EDTECAEncana upgraded to Buy from Hold at Desjardins
07:02 EDTGEExterran nominates five new directors to board
Exterran Holdings (EXH) announced that its Board of Directors has nominated the following individuals for election to the Exterran Holdings Board at the Company’s 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders on April 28: Anne-Marie N. Ainsworth – former President and CEO of the general partner of Oiltanking Partners, L.P. (OILT); Frances Powell Hawes – independent financial consultant and former CFO of NCI Building Systems (NCS); James H. Lytal – independent energy consultant and former President of Gulfterra Energy Partners LP; Richard R. Stewart- former President and CEO of GE Aero Energy (GE); and Ieda Gomes Yell – Managing Director of Energix Strategy Ltd. and former President of BP Brazil (BP). “In November 2014, we announced a plan to separate Exterran’s international contract operations, international aftermarket services and global fabrication businesses into an independent, publicly traded company in the second half of 2015,” said Mark Sotir, Executive Chairman of the Board. “Our Board has nominated these additional well qualified director candidates in anticipation of certain of Exterran’s directors resigning from the Board at the time of the separation in order to join the board of directors of the new publicly traded company. We have not yet reached a final determination regarding which directors will remain on Exterran’s Board and which directors will join the board of directors of SpinCo at the time of the separation.”
06:51 EDTNBLTamar partners sign deal with Egyptian company, Globes says
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06:43 EDTGEMarket convinced GE is dead money, Reuters columnist says
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06:36 EDTGEBoeing turns to cargo jets to overcome West coast port disruptions, WSJ says
Boeing (GE) and its suppliers -- including General Electric (GE) -- have turned to using large Ukrainian "Antonov" cargo jets to overcome supply disruptions at U.S. West coast ports, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing statements by Boeing Commercial CEO Ray Conner, who said disruptions continued even after the ports reached a deal earlier in March. "We’re still dealing with the congestion of all the things that are stuck in those ports right now," added Conner. A Boeing spokesperson said there had been "no effect" on deliveries to airlines. Reference Link
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