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|energyi: US Oilfield Services Sector -- Initiating Coverage
We are initiating research coverage of the oilfield services sector this morning with reports on the following 14 companies:
Atwood Oceanics (ATW : NYSE : $55.29 | BUY, $63.00 target price)
Basic Energy Services (BAS : NYSE : $23.77 | HOLD, $28.00 target price)
CARBO Ceramics (CRR : NYSE : $46.52 | HOLD, $44.00 target price)
Complete Production Services (CPX : NYSE : $19.73 | HOLD, $22.00 target price)
Core Laboratories N.V. (CLB : NYSE : $84.03 | HOLD, $76.00 target price)
Helmerich & Payne (HP : NYSE : $30.08 | BUY, $34.00 target price)
Hercules Offshore (HERO : NASDAQ : $25.99 | BUY, $35.00 target price)
Hornbeck Offshore (HOS : NYSE : $27.63 | BUY, $30.00 target price)
Oil States (OIS : NYSE : $31.38 | BUY, $35.00 target price)
OYO Geospace (OYOG : NASDAQ : $67.91 | HOLD, $65.00 target price)
Pioneer Drilling Company (PDC : AMEX : $12.73 | HOLD, $15.00 target price)
RPC (RES : NYSE : $15.66 | BUY, $20.00 target price)
TETRA Technologies (TTI : NYSE : $24.26 | BUY, $28.00 target price)
W-H Energy Services (WHQ : NYSE : $43.59 | BUY, $53.00 target price)
We recommend investors market-weight the oilfield services sector. Over the next twelve months we expect the Philadelphia Oilfield Services Sector Index to trend to the $220.00 level, 11.8x consensus 2007 EPS expectations, as activity levels remain high and, as a result, equipment and services prices remain robust.
Crude oil and natural gas prices, fueled by worldwide economic growth, are the greatest influences on oilfield service companies' share price performance. We expect commodity prices in 2007 to remain high compared to historical levels. The fundamentals of the declining size of exploratory successes and increasingly steep decline rates of established production underpin these positive expectations.
Operationally, the offshore drilling, downhole drilling tools, and well servicing subsectors should be among the best performing sectors in 2007-2008. Our favorite names in our oilfield services research universe are Hercules Offshore, Helmerich & Payne, and TETRA Technologies.|
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