Weatherford International plc - New

NASDAQ: WFRD
$117.67
-$3.01 (-2.5%)
Closing price April 12, 2024
Weatherford International plc, based in Houston, Texas, is a global leader in providing a wide range of equipment and services for the oil, geothermal, and natural gas industries. Its offerings span from drilling and evaluation to well construction, completions, production, and intervention. The company excels in artificial lift systems, pressure pumping, reservoir stimulation, and offers cutting-edge software and automation solutions. Weatherford is also known for its advanced safety and monitoring systems, efficient flow control technologies, and comprehensive services for well optimization, including directional drilling, logging, and remediation services. Established in 1972, Weatherford has cemented its position as a key player in energy services.
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