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Liberty Oilfield Services: Cash Flow And Margin Concerns Offset Demand Recovery

Aug. 02, 2021 1:14 PM ETLiberty Energy Inc. (LBRT)1 Comment
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Badsha Chowdhury


  • LBRT's pricing for its services is likely to improve in the short term, although it expects utilization to remain challenging.
  • I think the company's revenue will increase in Q3, while the pressure on the margin will be limited as it incorporated the compensation hike ahead of its time.
  • The company’s low leverage is an advantage over many of its peers.
  • I do not think the stock has many upsides in the near term.

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LBRT Clears Its Way Up

In 2021, energy demand has improved while the frac equipment supply remains unchanged, leaving room for gradual frac pricing recovery. With this tailwind, Liberty Oilfield Services (NYSE:LBRT) will benefit

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I have more than 14 years of experience in analyzing and writing on stocks. I write on both long and short sides in an unbiased manner. I have been covering the energy sectors for the past 7 years, with the primary focus on the oilfield equipment services sector. I also cover the Industrial Supply industry. I occasionally co-author with Seeking Alpha contributor Thomas Prescott.

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