Technology Is the Future for Oil and Gas Service Firms

The oil and gas services industry traditionally realizes increased revenue in line with global rig growth. However, over the past several years, increased technology has allowed service firms an opportunity to increase revenue intensity through state-of-the-art drilling and 3-D seismic technology. As more integrated majors move to increasingly more difficult locales, the most advanced service firms are primed to earn a greater piece of the drilling pie.

Halliburton and Schlumberger are Joel's top two service firms in the energy sector, but there are plenty of other exciting opportunities. Our analysts have uncovered an under-the-radar company that's dominating its industry. It's a leading provider of equipment and components used in drilling and production operations and is poised to profit in a big way from it. To get the name and detailed analysis of this company that will prosper for years to come, check out our special free report: "The Only Energy Stock You'll Ever Need." Don't miss out on this limited-time offer and your opportunity to discover this company before the market does. Click here to access your report -- it's totally free.

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