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by Robert Bellinski, CFA

Bulls Say

Despite weakness in the North American pressure pumping market, Halliburton's fleet remains 100% utilized. When prices do recover, Halliburton stands to benefit the most.
Halliburton's deep-water contract revenue is growing 25% faster than the industry average.
Mature field production offers great opportunity for integrated projects with long lives. Halliburton expects to triple the revenue of this segment to $9 billion annually by 2016. Read more 

Bears Say

Halliburton's industry-leading exposure to the North American pressure pumping market has been a burden, rather than a boon, because of oversupply of capacity.
Halliburton still has unresolved liabilities related to the Macondo disaster, which could result in damages in excess of management's estimates.
Mexico and Brazil have become a challenge because of lower than anticipated activity levels, which are placing pressure on the firm's margins in the Latin American region. Read more 

Management

Halliburton's management team has built considerable value for shareholders, and delivered returns above the firm's cost of capital. In our view, management is a Standard steward of shareholder capital.
Having captured the market leader position in   Read more 

Profile

Halliburton Company, based in Houston, Texas, is an oil service company focused on North American unconventional, deep-water exploration and development, and mature oilfield   Read more 

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