Where Has FMC Technologies Been? Where Is It Going?

FMC Technologies (NYSE: FTI  ) is a company poised for a ride in what Motley Fool energy analyst, Taylor Muckerman, believes will be a strong sector in the energy industry for several years to come. In this video, he takes a look at the company's past year and examines if it will be able to build on a positive run and ride the wave of offshore drilling growth to new heights. 

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