It's hard to get excited about a rig owner when rig activity is at its lowest in 17 years.
While the company is gearing for a rebound in 2016, its stock could still get cheaper before that happens.
The oil-field equipment maker will likely feel the pressure of falling oil prices.
There aren't a whole lot of things to like about 2016 if you 'e a Schlumberger investor. Beyond that, though...
A case could be made either way.
The oil-field service company’s margins in North America actually improved.
Margins, mergers, and markets will be the key focuses this quarter for the oil-field service giant.
Same theme, different energy stocks taking the plunge, with Nabors Industries, CARBO Ceramics, Enbridge Energy Partners, and MPLX among those down double digits today
Investors should be looking for business results from outside North America, whisperings of 2016, and integrating Cameron International's results this coming quarter.
GE's oil and gas business has been a millstone around the company's neck. Wouldn't buying Halliburton's drilling unit just be throwing money away?