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On Friday, I gave you two signals to watch out for in the energy sector recovery (see “My Two “Forward Indicators' for the Energy Sector,” October 7) – oil field services (OFS) and midstream companies.
Given the spurt taking place in the market today, I want to return to one of these “forward indicators” – the OFS sector – and discuss what has happened there over the past several trading sessions. You'll see why I always keep an eye on these guys… Remember, OFS concerns everything that happens at an oil or gas field before volume comes out of the ground. These companies provide the full range of services, from initial field exploration and seismic services to well construction and completion. OFS companies also provide essential support and well workover services while production is underway. A pop here predicts both a rise in production, and an increase in returns for the broader sector.
To be sure, the prices of both benchmarks have been pushed well below effective prices lately.