Even though the overall deepwater drilling market is in a state of malaise, there are many opportunities for growth.
As Halliburton, Schlumberger NV, and Baker Hughes have been on extensive runs, what are some of the issues that will drive the companies moving forward?
As the shale boom is currently supplying North America with ample LNG, railroad companies are investigating the use of LNG locomotives to reduce costs, improve margins, and comply with stricter emission standards.
Drip-Quip is a small-cap company on the verge of producing excellent returns over the next couple of years. With external catalysts driving revenue and internal structure creating profitability why wouldn't Dril-Quip be a takeover candidate.
With Trinidad Drilling's Management focusing on deep drilling, debt reduction and international revenues they have built a small-cap company on the verge of taking their business to the next level. Is 2014 the breakout year?
As capex in the Norwegian waters is expected to total $220 billion over the next five years, this will create significant opportunities for companies in this sector.