Ex-Halliburton Chairman Dave Lesar to Start New Oil-Services Company
The stock is down about 86 percent since Petrello became CEO in October 2011.
Texas Snaps 2-Year Streak of Oilfield Job Growth
Groomed by Dick Cheney, Halliburton's Lesar Exits After 25 Years
Drillers Lay Down U.S. Rigs With Oil Volatility Crushing Plans
The new rules would target how much and at what pressure briny water that emerges from oil wells is injected back into the ground.
Investors Press Oil Industry to Oppose Trump Methane Rollbacks
Schlumberger Delivers Lump of Coal With Year-End Frack Forecast
GE will sell as many as 166.2 million shares in the oilfield-services provider through a secondary offering.
More Permian Pipelines Are Coming. Will There Be Enough Workers?
End Is Near for ‘Frack Holiday’ While Permian Readies 2019 Boom
Halliburton CEO Expects Permian Bottlenecks Gone By End of '19
Oil Explorers Hold Course on Drilling as Prices Signal Growth
Halliburton Has Made a Habit of Calling the Bottom of Oil Slump
Halliburton's Outlook Overshadowed by Weak End to 2018
Ex-Schlumberger Chief to Acquire Biggest Shale Pipe Servicer
Big Oil's Hired Hands Chase Foreign Boom as U.S. Shale Moderates
Oil Majors Offload Gulf of Mexico Fields to Hunt Bigger Finds
Power to the Permian? Spotty at Best, Outrun by a Fracking Boom
Deepwater Oil Rigs on Brink of Recovery After Years in Doldrums
Transocean May Reactivate 3 Rigs a Year as Recovery Takes Hold