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    US-based Oilfield Service & Supply Companies

    US-based Oilfield Service & Supply Companies

    Ranked by total gross revenue. Drilling contractors ranked separately.

    Schlumberger Ltd. (NYSE: SLB)

    Principal offices: Houston, Paris, The Hague
    Top executives: Paal Kibsgaard, CEO; Robert Drummond, president, North America
    Primary focus: Schlumberger supplies technology, information solutions, and integrated project management that optimize reservoir performance for customers working in the global oil and gas industry.
    Total gross revenue: $42.2 billion (2012) – up 14% from 2011
    Net income: $5.6 billion (2012)

    Halliburton (NYSE: HAL)

    Headquarters: Houston and Dubai
    Top executive: Dave Lesar, chairman, president, CEO
    Primary focus: Production enhancement, drilling systems, drill bits, logging and perforating, completion tools, cementing, fluid services, and integrated exploration and software services
    Total gross revenue: $28.5 billion (2012) – up 15% from 2011
    Net income: $2.6 billion (2012)

    Baker Hughes Inc. (NYSE: BHI)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Chad Deaton, chairman; Martin Craighead, president and CEO (Deaton will retire from Baker Hughes effective April 25, 2013, and Craighead will become chairman in addition to his current role as president and CEO.)
    Primary focus: A leading supplier of oilfield services, products, technology and systems to the worldwide oil and natural gas industry. The company also provides industrial and other products and services to the downstream refining, process, and pipeline industries.
    Total gross revenue: $20.9 billion (2012) – up 8% from 2011
    Net income: $1.3 billion (2012)

    Weatherford International Ltd. (NYSE: WFT)

    Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
    Main operations: Houston
    Top executive: Bernard J. Duroc-Danner, chairman, president, and CEO
    Primary focus: Weatherford is one of the largest global providers of products and services that span the drilling, evaluation, completion, production, and intervention cycles of oil and natural gas wells.
    Total gross revenue: N/A
    Net income: N/A
    NOTE: Financial results from Weatherford International Ltd. were not available at press time.

    National Oilwell Varco Inc. (NYSE: NOV)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executives: Pete Miller, chairman and CEO; Clay Williams, president and COO
    Primary focus: Designs, manufactures, and sells equipment and components used in oil and gas drilling and production operations. Provides oilfield services and supply-chain integration services to the upstream oil and gas industry.
    Total gross revenue: $20.0 billion (2012) – up 36%
    Net income: $2.5 billion (2012)

    Cameron (NYSE: CAM)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Jack B. Moore, chairman and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides flow equipment products, systems, and services to worldwide oil, gas, and process industries.
    Total gross revenue: $8.5 billion (2012) – up 22% over 2011
    Net income: $938 million (2012)

    FMC Technologies Inc. (NYSE: FTI)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: John Gremp, chairman, president, and CEO
    Primary focus: Designs, manufactures, and services technologically sophisticated systems and products such as subsea production and processing systems, surface wellhead systems, high-pressure fluid control equipment, measurement solutions, and marine loading systems for the oil and gas industry.
    Total gross revenue: $5.1 billion (2011) -- up approx. 24% over 2010
    Net income: $619 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Oil States International Inc. (NYSE: OIS)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Cindy B. Taylor, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Oil States provides remote site accommodations with prominent market positions in the Canadian oil sands and the Australian mining regions. Oil States also manufactures products for deepwater production facilities and subsea pipelines, and provides completion-related rental tools, oil country tubular goods distribution, and land drilling services to the oil and gas industry.
    Total gross revenue: $3.5 billion (2011) – up approx. 44% over 2010
    Net income: $323 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Oceaneering International Inc. (NYSE: OII)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: M. Kevin McEvoy, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides engineered services and products, primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry, with a focus on deepwater applications. Oceaneering also serves the defense and aerospace industries.
    Total gross revenue: $2.2 billion (2011) – up approx. 15% from 2010
    Net income: $236 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Superior Energy Services Inc. (NYSE: SPN)

    Headquarters: New Orleans
    Top executives: Terence Hall, chairman of the board; David Dunlap, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Serves drilling and production
    companies through its rental tools and its integrated well intervention services and tools, supported by an engineering staff who plan and design solutions for customers. Offshore projects are delivered by the company's fleet of marine assets.
    Total gross revenue: $2.1 billion (2011) – up approx. 23% from 2010
    Net income: $143 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    RPC Inc. (NYSE: RES)

    Headquarters: Atlanta, Ga.
    Top executive: Richard A. Hubbell, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides oilfield services and equipment to independent and major oilfield companies in exploration, production, and development of oil and gas properties, domestically and in selected international markets. RPC offers a wide range of oil and gas services required throughout the life cycle of a well.
    Total gross revenue: $2.0 billion (2012) – up 7.5% from 2011
    Net income: $274 million (2012)

    Key Energy Services Inc. (NYSE: KEG)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Dick Alario, chairman, president, and CEO
    Primary focus: Key provides a wide range of well intervention services and has operations in all major onshore oil and gas producing regions of the continental United States and internationally in Mexico, Colombia, the Middle East, Russia, and Argentina.
    Total gross revenue: $1.9 billion (2011) – up approx. 60% from 2010
    Net income: $133 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Helix Energy Solutions (NYSE: HLX)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executives: Owen Kratz, president and CEO
    Primary focus: International offshore energy company that provides development solutions and other life-of-field services to the energy market as well as to its own oil and gas business unit.
    Total gross revenue: $1.4 billion (2011) – up approx. 16% from 2010
    Net income: $130 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Basic Energy Services Inc. (NYSE: BAS)

    Headquarters: Midland, Texas
    Top executive: Ken Huseman, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides a wide range of services to oil and gas producers in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas, Kansas, and the Rocky Mountain and Appalachian regions.
    Total gross revenue: $1.2 billion (2011) – up approx. 71% from 2010
    Net income: $47.2 million (2011)
    Total gross revenue: $728.2 million (2010) – 2011 results not available
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Tidewater Inc. (NYSE: TDW)

    Headquarters: New Orleans
    Top executive: Jeffrey M. Platt, president, CEO, and director
    Primary focus: Tidewater is one of the largest providers of large offshore service vessels (OSVs) to the global energy industry.
    Total gross revenue: $1.1 billion (2012) – up approx. 1% from 2011
    Net income: $87.4 million (2012) – down from $105.6 million in 2011

    Robbins & Myers Inc. (NYSE: RNB)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Peter C. Wallace, president, CEO
    Primary focus: Supplies engineered equipment and systems for critical applications in global energy, industrial, chemical, and pharmaceutical markets.
    Total gross revenue: $1.0 billion (fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2012)
    Net income: $150 million (fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2012)
    NOTE: Robbins & Myers announced Dec. 27, 2012, that its shareholders have approved a merger with National Oilwell Varco. Pending customary approvals, the company will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of NOV.

    Core Laboratories (NYSE: CLB)

    Headquarters: Houston and Amsterdam
    Top executive: David Demshur, CEO
    Primary focus: Provides proprietary and patented reservoir description, production enhancement, and reservoir management services to optimize petroleum reservoir performance. The company has over 70 offices in more than 50 countries.
    Total gross revenue: $981 million (2012) – up 8% from 2011
    Net income: $216 million (2012)

    DXP Enterprises Inc. (NASDAQ: DXPE)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: David Little, chairman and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides maintenance, repair, operating, and production products and services, including pumping solutions. DXP operates over 90 service centers and more than 70 supply-chain service locations. Also has 3 regional distribution centers and 5 fabrication centers.
    Total gross revenue: $807 million (2011) – up approx. 22% from 2010
    Net income: $31.4 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Geokinetics Inc. (NYSE AMEX: GOK)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: David J. Crowley, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides seismic data acquisition, seismic data processing services, and multi-client seismic data to the oil and gas industry worldwide.
    Total gross revenue: $763.7 million (2011) – up 37% from 2010
    Net loss: $231.3 million (2011)
    NOTE: On Jan. 13, 2012, Geokinetics announced it had entered into a restructuring support agreement regarding the terms of a comprehensive recapitalization of the company. On Dec. 18, 2012, the company received a delisting notification from the NYSE MKT.

    Lufkin Industries Inc. (NASDAQ: LUFK)

    Headquarters: Lufkin, Texas
    Top executive: John F. "Jay" Glick, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Lufkin Industries is an energy-focused company operating in the oilfield and power transmission segments. The oilfield division designs, manufactures, and services a broad suite of artificial lift equipment and automation services to optimize and extend the production life of wells.
    Total gross revenue: $736 million (2011 – Oilfield Division only)
    Net income: $66 million (2011 – entire company)
    NOTE: Founded in 1902, Lufkin became a publicly-traded company in 1990.

    CARBO Ceramics Inc. (NYSE: CRR)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Gary Kolstad, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Major supplier of ceramic proppants. Provides fracture simulation software and fracture design and consulting services. Also provides a broad range of technologies for spill prevention, containment, and countermeasures, along with geotechnical monitoring.
    Total gross revenue: $645.5 million (2012) – up approx. 3% from 2011
    Net income: Declined by $24.2 million (19%) in 2012 compared to 2011

    Dril-Quip Inc. (NYSE: DRQ)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executives: John V. Lovoi, chairman of the board; Blake T. DeBerry, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Manufactures highly engineered offshore drilling and production equipment, which is well suited for use in deepwater, harsh environment, and severe service applications.
    Total gross revenue: $601.3 million (2011) – up approx. 6% from 2010
    Net income: $95.3 million (2011)
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Global Geophysical Services Inc. (NYSE: GGS)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Richard White, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides an integrated suite of geosciences solutions to the global oil and gas industry, including high-resolution RG-3D seismic data acquisition, multi-client data library products, microseismic monitoring, seismic data processing, data analysis, and interpretation services.
    Total gross revenue: $385.4 million (2011) – up 51% from 2010
    Net income: $44.9 million (2011) compared to an operating loss of $11 million in 2010
    NOTE: Financial results from 2012 were not available at press time.

    Dawson Geophysical Company (NASDAQ GS: DWSN)

    Headquarters: Midland, Texas
    Top executive: Stephen Jumper, president and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides US onshore seismic data acquisition services as measured by the number of active data acquisition crews. Founded in 1952, Dawson acquires and processes 2-D, 3-D, and multi-component seismic data solely for its clients, ranging from major oil and gas companies to independent oil and gas operators, as well as providers of multi-client data libraries.
    Total gross revenue: $319.3 million (FY 2012 ended Sept. 30, 2012) – down 4% from previous year
    Net income: $11.1 million (FY2012) – compared to net loss of $3.2 million in previous year

    Exterran Partners LP (NASDAQ: EXLP)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: D. Bradley Childers, president, and CEO
    Primary focus: Provides natural gas contract operations services to customers throughout the US. Exterran Holdings Inc. indirectly holds a majority interest in Exterran Partners.
    Total gross revenue: $308.3 million (2011) – up 29% from 2010
    Net income: $6.1 million (2011) – up from loss of $23.3 million in 2010
    NOTE: Financial results for 2012 were not available at press time.

    Geospace Technologies (NASDAQ: GEOS)

    Headquarters: Houston
    Top executive: Gary D. Owens, chairman, president, and CEO
    Primary focus: Designs and manufactures instruments and equipment used by the oil and gas industry in the acquisition and processing of seismic data as well as reservoir characterization and monitoring activities.
    Total gross revenue: $191.7 million (FY2012 ended Sept. 30, 2012)
    Net income: $35.1 million (FY2012)
    NOTE: OYO Corporation, the company's former owner, sold their remaining 20% stake in the company back in Feb. 2012. This sale prompted the recent change in the company's name from OYO Geospace Corporation to Geospace Technologies Corporation. The company's common stock now trades under the ticker symbol GEOS.

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