It's got the world's largest offshore fleet, but Transocean (RIG) looks a little creaky compared to many peers.
The deepwater drilling-services specialist reported its latest results today.
The offshore drilling industry has been hammered recently, with share prices in near freefall. In this article we examine three reasons this painful trend might continue and explore what it means for long-term investors.
Offshore oil drillers have had a devastating year. However, this article explains why this has left companies like Transocean undervalued, and sets up long-term investors for possible market-beating returns in the future.
Whether it's providing real-time data from 25,000 feet below ground level in North Dakota or providing solutions to increase the productive life of a 50-year-old legacy well in Saudi Arabia, this oilfield service company plays a critical role in the exploration and production of oil and natural gas.
Long-term analyst forecasts predict that Transocean will outperform competitors such as Seadrill by as much as 49% annually over the next decade. This article analyzes those predictions to see if now is the time to buy Transocean.
Halliburton strikes gold; profit rises 20% on heightened drilling.
Investors should celebrate when stocks decline since declines often present opportunities to make outsized returns or collect outsized dividend yields. Here is one such opportunity.
Let's see what the numbers say about Atwood Oceanics (ATW).
Compare NOV to Schlumberger or Halliburton or the broader market. By any measure it is really cheap.