Natural Resources >> Analyst Interviews >> December 12, 2013

Large Oilfield Services Companies Have More Opportunity to Grow Margins

Anderson, David
David Anderson is an Executive Director and a Senior Analyst covering oilfield services and equipment, joining J.P. Morgan in 2010. He spent most of his career at UBS Investment Bank, where he was the Large-Cap Oil Services Analyst, following several years of covering small- and mid-cap exploration and production companies. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Mr. Anderson covered large-cap exploration and production companies at Sterne Agee & Lech, Inc., for a short time. Prior to his sellside research career, Mr. Anderson practiced as a Senior Engineer for five years specializing in ports and harbors, offshore moorings and wave analysis, and is a licensed professional Engineer and commercially certified diver. He earned a bachelor’s in electrical engineering from Lehigh University, a master’s in ocean engineering from the University of Connecticut, and a master’s in civil engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. Profile
TWST: When we talked about two years ago, you said that investor sentiment for the oilfield services and equipment sector was bottoming out. What has transpired since then — has

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