HAL: income jumps 27 percent; 94 cents; in-line; expectations; estimates: 87 to 96 cents; analysts expect improvement of 13 cents over previous quarter's results (81 cents). The company said costs increased for materials, logistics and labor in North America, and project delays in Iraq and the Libyan rebellion slowed down its international operation.
NFX: profit miss; huge disappointment; I am quite surprised; great wells; transcript;
NBL: results; earnings jump 905; wow, $1.31/shre diluted, well above the $1.23 expected; expectations; $1.04, a decline of 18% from last year; down from recent estimate of $1.23; transcript;
SLB: misses by three cents;
NBR: beat expectations by 4 cents; net income 25 cents vs loss last year; about 3/4 of company's North American income is from oil-related operations, compared to about a third in 2009; 75 percent of its US land rigs are on long-term commitments;
QEP: beat by 9 cents; revenues rose 51% y-o-y
NOV: beat by 9 cents; earnings call transcript;
COP: profits down y-o-y but easily beats consensus; taxes a problem;
HES: production/profits/share price all down; production loss in Libya partially offset by the Bakken;
OXY: 48% increase;
XOM: sneak peak;earnings soar;
CVX: 10/28 (before opening); consensus, $3.35/shr; comes in at $3.92/sh; earnings more than double on higher oil;
SM: reports huge earnings;
GEOI: beat Wall Street's expectations;
WMB: misses, revises; sales up; transcript;
MPC (Marathon Petroleum): wow, wow, wow. Profits quadruple. Transcript.
MRO (Marathon Oil): net earnings fall 42 percent. Hmmm.
EOG: wow. Transcript.
MDU: earnings of $63.8 million, or 34 cents per common share, compared with $60.8 million, or 32 cents per common share for the third quarter of 2010.
BHI: misses by 2 cents; revenues up 27%; Rigzone: earnings shine
Revenue for the third quarter 2011 was $5.18 billion, up 27% compared to $4.08 billion for the third quarter 2010 and up 9% compared to $4.74 billion for the second quarter 2011.WLL: awesome; transcript;
Chad C. Deaton, Baker Hughes Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, "The third quarter was a record revenue quarter for Baker Hughes.
CLR: forecast, 67 cents; actual: $2.44 per diluted share; production up 48% year-over-year; up 27% sequential quarter; transcript;
DNR: Consensus estimate is calling for profit of 29 cents a share, a rise from 13 cents per share a year ago. Wow. Earnings of 69 cents vs 7 cents year-over-year.Transcript.
CHK: results here; $1.23 vs $0.75;
KOG: 15 cents vs 0 cents year-over-year; 9 cents on derivative management if I read it correctly;
OAS: 11/07; preliminary guidance; report: 110% increase in production year-over-year for 3Q; 72 cents/share (on derivatives) vs loss; transcript;
USEG: profitable 3Q11;
NOG: sneak peak -- average analysts: 22 cents; actual: 46 cents;
VOG: positive earnings on record production;
ENB: transcript; earnings;
RIG: not good news;
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