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2014-04-23 18:57:00

HALLIBURTON UP

HALLIBURTON UP

Company has growth.

Total revenue growth is from $ 6.9 B to $ 7.3 B, 5%. Net income growth is from $ (16) M to $ 616 M, $ 632 M.

Completion & production revenue: growth from $ 4.100 B to $ 4.420 B, $ 320 M, 7.8%; share is 60.2%, the largest share, rapid growth.

Drilling & evaluation revenue: growth from $ 2.874 B to $ 2.928 B, $ 54 M, 1.8%; share is 39.8%.

By geographic region:

  • North America revenue: growth from $ 3.706 B to $ 3.901 B, $ 195 M, 5.3%; share of region is 53,1%; the largest share, medium growth;
  • Europe/Africa/CIS revenue: growth from $ 1.187 B to $ 1.299 B, $ 112 M, 9.4%; share of region: 17.7%; medium share, the largest growth;
  • Middle East/ Asia revenue: growth from $ 1.136 B to $ 1.289 B, $ 153 M, 13.5%; Share of region: 17.5%; medium share, large growth;
  • Latin America revenue: down from $ 945 M to $ 859 M, $ 86 M, 9.1%; share of region: 11.7%; small share, decrease.

REVENUE:

  • Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 6.974 B to $ 7.348 B, $ 374 M, 5.4 %;
  • Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $ 7.639 B to $ 7.348 B, $ 291 M, 3.8 %;

COMPLETION & PRODUCTION (C & P):

  • Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 4.100 B to $ 4.420 B, $ 320 M, 7.8%;
  • Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $4.542 B to $ 4.420 B, $ 122 M, 2.7%;
  • Share is 60.2%;

DRILLING & EVALUATION (D & E) :

  • Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 2.874 B to $ 2.928 B, $ 54 M, 1.8%;
  • Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $ 3.097 B to $ 2.928 B, $ 169 M, 5.5%;
  • Share is 39.8%;

By geographic region:

NORTH AMERICA:

  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 3.706 B to $ 3.901 B, $ 195 M, 5.3%;
  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: growth from $3.823 B to $ 3.901 B, $ 78 M, 2 %;
  • REVENUE Share of region: 53.1%;
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 2.745 B to $ 2.927 B, $ 182 M, 6.6%;
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: growth from $2.871 B to $ 2.927 B, $ 86 M, 3 %;
  • C & P REVENUE Share of region: 66%;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 961 M to $ 974 M, $ 13 M, 1.3%;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: growth from $ 952 M to $ 974 M, $ 22 M, 3.1 %;
  • D & E REVENUE Share of region: 33.3%;

EUROPE/AFRICA/CIS:

  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 1.187 B to $ 1.299 B, $ 112 M, 9.4%;
  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $1.399 B to $ 1.299 B, $ 100 M, 7.1 %;
  • REVENUE Share of region: 17.7%;
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 532 M to $ 607 M, $ 75 M, 14.1%;
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $647 M to $ 607 M, $ 40 M, 6.2 %;
  • C & P REVENUE Share of region: 13.7 %;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 655 M to $ 692 M, $ 37 M, 5.6%;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $ 752 M to $ 692 M, $ 60 M, 7.9%;
  • D & E REVENUE Share of region: 23.6%;

MIDDLE EAST/ASIA:

  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 1.136 B to $ 1.289 B, $ 153 M, 13.5%;
  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $1.399 B to $ 1.289 B, $ 110 M, 7.8 %;
  • REVENUE Share of region: 17.5%
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 468 M to $ 531 M, $ 63 M, 13.5%;
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $596 M to $ 531 M, $ 65 M, 10.9 %;
  • C & P REVENUE Share of region: 12 %;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ 668 M to $ 758 M, $ 90 M, 13.5%;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $ 803 M to $ 758 M, $ 45 M, 5.6%;
  • D & E REVENUE Share of region: 25.9%;

LATIN AMERICA:

  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: down from $ 945 M to $ 859 M, $ 86 M, 9.1%;
  • REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $1.018 B B to $ 859 M, $ 159 M, 15.6 %;
  • REVENUE Share of region: 11.7%
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: from $ 355 M to $ 355 M, $0, 0.0%;
  • C & P REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $428 M to $ 355 M, $ 73 M, 17 %;
  • C & P REVENUE Share of region: 8 %;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: down from $ 590 M to $ 504 M, $ 86 M, 14.6%;
  • D & E REVENUE Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $ 590 M to $ 504 M, $ 86 M, 14.6%;
  • D & E REVENUE Share of region: 17.2%;

NET INCOME:

  • Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ (16) M to $ 616 M, $ 632 M;
  • Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from $ 795 M to $ 616 M, $ 179 M, 22.5 %;

NET INCOME PER SHARE:

  • Q1-2014 to Q1-2013: growth from $ (0.02) to $ 0.73, $ 0.75;
  • Q1-2014 to Q4-2013: down from 0.93 $ to 0.73 $, $ 0.20, 21.5 %.

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