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Decided to stick my toes back in the water on the significant drop resulting from disappointment with the Annual report.It is now only about 13% above its 52 week low and should move up significantly from here over the longer term. They announced the settlement of the old China Water suits (at more than they probably should have, but they wanted to get it out of the way) and are selling Thermo Fluids for about 25% less than they bought it for a couple of years ago. They are getting most of the $175M purchase price in cash, and will use it to pay down debt. They are keeping some shares in the company that is buying them, so maybe they will get some of the loss back. The main reason was to be able to concentrate on their core business going forward. Also significant is that the CEO (who is the largest shareholder) is also taking over the position of Chairman, with the retirement of Heckman, and will be able to focus on doing what he knows how to do.It will take some time, but this should start to show improvement in the coming months, and within a year or two, should be up to the $20 to $25 range. They increased their credit facility and are planning to buy back some debt at a discount, as well as add more capabilities to their services. I am in light for the first time since the 1 for 10 reverse split, and will watch for opportunities to add in market corrections, or if there is significant positive news in the future. JMO and worth exactly what I am charging for it.
There is just no way this small cap can compete with the big boys in this space. Unless a buy-out happens I just don't see NES making any money.Also - a reverse split never really brings a lot of confidence from the market
Value stock let's see in 5 year
Halliburton is using NES to make fracking more environmently friendly.
Rev.growth 124.40% eps 0.00% trailing 12 Q's 324.99 M eps ytd -0.10 cash flow (63.98)
Demand. Fracking probably will always be used and cleanup is a must
I'm going out on a limb here; Good business to be in now with tremendous upside. We have yet to unleash the full potential of the fracking boom in America, Nuverra shareholders could be paid a hefty ransome for loyalty if this ever happens. Company says circumstances have caused the lack of profitability. we shall see!
Fracking isn't going to stop anytime soon. With more attention being paid to it and it's environmental side effects, NES is poised to grow along with the industry.
Do they have any competition? They provide a service that is needed by many, but only provided by few.
With an adjusted management, with little or no competition and in the middle of a soaring business environment that really needs its services I find it hard to believe that they will not make it big. Besides, government demand is not against fracking but against polluted water. And they've got the solution. So?
Regardless of whether we believe fracking is environmentally sound or not, it is the way the industry is progressing. With a new fracking operation being set up in NYC and all over the work, this is the company that works to clean up the image of fracking. This company is set to grow larger because of the inevitable trend of the oil industry towards fracking.
Despite what environmentalists think fracking is not going away. This is an enviromental company and has long runway ahead.
Much needed services
First mover in clean up of the frackers, good to be first
we are going to push for naturalized oil development; thus fracking will generate the need for water purification.
First mover in supplying water to fracking.
If they can license their water recycling system to other drilling and mining companies, then I believe it has a good bet of becoming a top stock holding. Unspecified time frame because I want to see this thesis unfold.
The company offers important water related services to the oil exploration industry. HEK also has grown its cash flow and could be a takeover target.
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