PACD earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
News & Analysis: Pacific Drilling
Falling oil prices have given investors plenty of reasons to sell Pacific Drilling.
Surging oil prices and a decent quarterly earnings release will do that.
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Offshore drilling contractor Pacific Drilling reported results that left some investors unimpressed. However, the company looks poised to overcome this and show tremendous growth in 2014.
Offshore drilling contractor Pacific Drilling plans to initiate a dividend in 2015 that would make the company one of the highest yielders on the NYSE. The company can easily afford this dividend and will deliver very high growth even with it, proving that high dividend yields and growth are not mutually exclusive.
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Pacific Drilling's New Rig, Pacific Khamsin, began operations in December, and this rig will significantly increase the company's revenue, cash flow, and EBITDA.