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Nabors Industries Ltd.'s Suppliers Performance

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NBR Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Nabors Industries Ltd.'s Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 22.39 % year on year in Q2 2022, sequentially sales grew by 9.25 %, Nabors Industries Ltd.'s cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.34 % in Q2.

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Nabors Industries Ltd.'s Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 22.39 % year on year in Q2 2022, sequentially sales grew by 9.25 %, Nabors Industries Ltd. recorded increase in cost of sales by 29.23 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.34 % in Q2.

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Nabors Industries Ltd.'s Comment on Supply Chain


Land Rigs. A land-based drilling rig generally consists of engines, a drawworks, a mast (or derrick), pumps to circulate drilling fluid under various pressures, blowout preventers, drill string and related equipment. The engines power the different pieces of equipment, including a rotary table or top drive that turns the drill string, causing the drill bit to bore through the subsurface rock layers. Rock cuttings are carried to the surface by the circulating drilling fluid. The intended well depth, bore hole diameter and drilling site conditions are the principal factors that determine the size and type of rig most suitable for a particular drilling job.
Special-purpose drilling rigs used to perform workover services consist of a mobile carrier, which includes an engine, drawworks and a mast, together with other standard drilling accessories and specialized equipment for servicing wells. These rigs are specially designed for major repairs and modifications of oil and gas wells, including standard drilling functions. A well-servicing rig is specially designed for periodic maintenance of oil and gas wells for which service is required to maximize the productive life of the wells. The primary function of a well-servicing rig is to act as a hoist so that pipe, sucker rods and down-hole equipment can be run into and out of a well, although they also can perform standard drilling functions. Because of size and cost considerations, these specially designed rigs are used for these workover services rather than larger drilling rigs typically used for initial drilling.

Land-based drilling rigs are moved between well sites and among geographic areas using our fleet of cranes, loaders and transport vehicles or those of third-party service providers. Well-servicing rigs are typically self-propelled, while heavier capacity workover rigs are either self-propelled or trailer-mounted and include auxiliary equipment, which is either transported on trailers or moved with trucks.


Platform Rigs. Platform rigs provide offshore workover, drilling and re-entry services. Our platform rigs have drilling and/or well-servicing or workover equipment and machinery arranged in modular packages that are transported to, and assembled and installed on, fixed offshore platforms owned by the customer. Fixed offshore platforms are steel tower-like structures that either stand on the ocean floor or are moored floating structures. The top portion, or platform, sits above the water level and provides the foundation upon which the platform rig is placed.


Jackup Rigs. Jackup rigs are mobile, self-elevating drilling and workover platforms equipped with legs that can be lowered to the ocean floor until a foundation is established to support the hull, which contains the drilling and/or workover equipment, jacking system, crew quarters, loading and unloading facilities, storage areas for bulk and liquid materials, helicopter landing deck and other related equipment. The rig legs may operate independently or have a mat attached to the lower portion of the legs in order to provide a more stable foundation in soft bottom areas. Many of our jackup rigs are of cantilever design—a feature that permits the drilling platform to be extended out from the hull, allowing it to perform drilling or workover operations over adjacent, fixed platforms. Our shallow workover jackup rigs are typically limited to a maximum water depth of approximately 125 feet, and some may drill in water depths as shallow as 13 feet. We also have deeper water jackup rigs capable of drilling at depths between eight feet and 150 to 250 feet. The water depth limit of a particular rig is determined by the length of its legs and by the operating environment. Moving a rig from one drill site to another involves lowering the hull down into the water until it is afloat and then jacking up its legs. The rig is then towed to the new drilling site.


Inland Barge Rigs. One of Nabors' barge rigs is a full-size drilling unit. We also own two workover inland barge rigs. These barges are designed to perform plugging and abandonment, well-service or workover services in shallow inland, coastal or offshore waters. Our barge rigs can operate at depths between three and 20 feet.


Nabors Industries Ltd.'s Comment on Supply Chain


Land Rigs. A land-based drilling rig generally consists of engines, a drawworks, a mast (or derrick), pumps to circulate drilling fluid under various pressures, blowout preventers, drill string and related equipment. The engines power the different pieces of equipment, including a rotary table or top drive that turns the drill string, causing the drill bit to bore through the subsurface rock layers. Rock cuttings are carried to the surface by the circulating drilling fluid. The intended well depth, bore hole diameter and drilling site conditions are the principal factors that determine the size and type of rig most suitable for a particular drilling job.
Special-purpose drilling rigs used to perform workover services consist of a mobile carrier, which includes an engine, drawworks and a mast, together with other standard drilling accessories and specialized equipment for servicing wells. These rigs are specially designed for major repairs and modifications of oil and gas wells, including standard drilling functions. A well-servicing rig is specially designed for periodic maintenance of oil and gas wells for which service is required to maximize the productive life of the wells. The primary function of a well-servicing rig is to act as a hoist so that pipe, sucker rods and down-hole equipment can be run into and out of a well, although they also can perform standard drilling functions. Because of size and cost considerations, these specially designed rigs are used for these workover services rather than larger drilling rigs typically used for initial drilling.

Land-based drilling rigs are moved between well sites and among geographic areas using our fleet of cranes, loaders and transport vehicles or those of third-party service providers. Well-servicing rigs are typically self-propelled, while heavier capacity workover rigs are either self-propelled or trailer-mounted and include auxiliary equipment, which is either transported on trailers or moved with trucks.


Platform Rigs. Platform rigs provide offshore workover, drilling and re-entry services. Our platform rigs have drilling and/or well-servicing or workover equipment and machinery arranged in modular packages that are transported to, and assembled and installed on, fixed offshore platforms owned by the customer. Fixed offshore platforms are steel tower-like structures that either stand on the ocean floor or are moored floating structures. The top portion, or platform, sits above the water level and provides the foundation upon which the platform rig is placed.


Jackup Rigs. Jackup rigs are mobile, self-elevating drilling and workover platforms equipped with legs that can be lowered to the ocean floor until a foundation is established to support the hull, which contains the drilling and/or workover equipment, jacking system, crew quarters, loading and unloading facilities, storage areas for bulk and liquid materials, helicopter landing deck and other related equipment. The rig legs may operate independently or have a mat attached to the lower portion of the legs in order to provide a more stable foundation in soft bottom areas. Many of our jackup rigs are of cantilever design—a feature that permits the drilling platform to be extended out from the hull, allowing it to perform drilling or workover operations over adjacent, fixed platforms. Our shallow workover jackup rigs are typically limited to a maximum water depth of approximately 125 feet, and some may drill in water depths as shallow as 13 feet. We also have deeper water jackup rigs capable of drilling at depths between eight feet and 150 to 250 feet. The water depth limit of a particular rig is determined by the length of its legs and by the operating environment. Moving a rig from one drill site to another involves lowering the hull down into the water until it is afloat and then jacking up its legs. The rig is then towed to the new drilling site.


Inland Barge Rigs. One of Nabors' barge rigs is a full-size drilling unit. We also own two workover inland barge rigs. These barges are designed to perform plugging and abandonment, well-service or workover services in shallow inland, coastal or offshore waters. Our barge rigs can operate at depths between three and 20 feet.



NBR's Suppliers Net Income grew by NBR's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q2 to
33.79 % 11.82 %


Nabors Industries Ltd.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q2 2022 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      28.96 %
Suppliers in Aluminum Industry      28.63 %
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry      40.68 %
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -2.57 %   
Suppliers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      18 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry  
Suppliers in Construction & Mining Machinery Industry      14.44 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      6.25 %
Suppliers in Diversified Industry      189.14 %
Suppliers in Oil And Gas Production Industry    
Suppliers in Oil Well Services & Equipment Industry      25.95 %
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -19.49 %   
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry -10.76 %   
Suppliers in Semiconductors Industry      7.85 %
Suppliers in Marine Transportation Industry    
     
• NBR Suppliers Valuation • NBR Segment Rev. Growth • NBR Segment Inc. Growth • NBR Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





NBR's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Nabors Industries Ltd. 921.27 2,267.19 -469.59 -
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Ak Steel Holding Corporation 111.45 6,359.40 63.00 8,000
Alamo Group Inc. 1,459.66 1,489.49 89.69 3,070
Altera Infrastructure L p 0.00 1,151.26 -136.45 0
Amerisafe Inc. 903.39 295.02 46.14 449
Astec Industries Inc. 712.71 1,154.40 18.50 3,952
Ati Inc. 3,261.87 3,284.70 31.50 9,700
Basic Energy Services Inc 1.49 377.22 -160.57 0
Briggs and Stratton Corporation 32.41 1,697.15 -212.09 5,480
Baker Hughes Holdings Llc 0.00 20,460.00 -386.00 0
BJ SERVICES COMPANY 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Dmc Global Inc. 309.61 443.57 -0.99 428
Global Brass & Copper Holdings, Inc. 967.78 1,723.90 60.70 1,857
Cameron International Corp 0.00 9,838.40 724.20 28,000
Caterpillar Inc 87,635.13 54,031.00 6,758.00 102,300
Cypress Environmental Partners L p 6.03 117.32 -12.08 1,192
Core Laboratories N.v. 624.38 479.32 9.11 4,600
Concrete Leveling Systems Inc. 0.00 0.00 -0.05 3
Commercial Metals Company 4,356.94 8,537.06 1,080.64 8,388
Columbus Mckinnon Corporation 750.77 913.38 45.31 2,747
Cnh Industrial N v 15,154.26 33,428.00 1,760.00 69,207
Deere and Co 102,070.17 48,368.00 6,170.00 69,600
Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc. 663.72 792.61 -804.69 0
Dover Corp 16,865.51 8,218.12 2,541.60 23,000
Deep Down Inc. 6.39 16.67 1.88 59
Dril quip Inc. 672.97 338.02 -89.08 2,319
Employers Holdings Inc. 960.79 655.40 51.90 716
Enservco Corporation 14.79 15.34 -8.05 249
Eco-stim Energy Solutions, Inc. 0.40 40.71 -87.87 230
Eagle Materials Inc. 4,096.74 1,947.14 383.93 2,000
Forbes Energy Services Ltd 0.00 160.50 -116.58 843
Forum Energy Technologies Inc. 222.62 605.82 -33.33 2,050
Flexible Solutions International Inc 20.59 40.20 4.72 27
Technipfmc Plc 3,864.53 6,375.70 -238.50 20,300
Flotek Industries Inc 124.34 64.59 -20.16 363
Gencor Industries Inc. 130.65 100.45 -1.22 216
Gulfmark Offshore Inc 283.64 123.73 -93.40 900
Generac Holdings Inc. 0.00 4,065.61 523.52 4,202
Halliburton Company 22,379.58 17,495.00 1,448.00 42,500
Haynes International inc. 437.56 441.93 31.31 1,123
Integrated Environmental Technologies, Ltd. 0.00 0.00 0.00 12
Ion Geophysical Corp 9.86 76.07 -44.41 480
Knot Offshore Partners Lp 467.15 281.13 46.98 1
Liquidmetal Technologies Inc 70.17 0.70 -3.19 26
Mueller Industries Inc 3,360.02 4,098.65 665.73 4,244
Arcelormittal 22,060.28 76,571.00 15,565.00 0
Materion Corporation 1,657.84 1,679.60 75.11 2,550
The Manitowoc Company Inc. 275.52 1,858.50 14.40 12,300
Hermitage Offshore Services Ltd 0.00 20.86 -197.29 5
Nuverra Environmental Solutions Inc 34.53 97.31 -25.83 0
Nextier Oilfield Solutions Inc. 1,855.74 2,380.85 44.11 0
Nov Inc. 6,358.74 6,133.00 -87.00 29,593
Newpark Resources Inc. 244.19 701.94 -19.40 1,800
Nucor Corporation 28,215.30 42,965.39 9,517.75 26,800
Originclear Inc. 17.71 6.82 19.76 26
Oceaneering International Inc 807.38 1,901.52 8.33 8,200
Oil States International Inc 236.14 647.73 -47.48 2,821
Profire Energy Inc. 41.40 34.37 0.86 79
Rowan Companies Plc 1,379.14 1,119.70 -49.90 4,051
Rpc inc. 1,478.58 1,153.69 79.62 3,500
Rignet Inc 185.51 207.92 -45.53 503
Ryerson Holding Corporation 991.24 6,601.30 516.70 3,000
Superior Drilling Products Inc. 18.92 16.18 0.73 43
Schlumberger Limited 51,552.40 24,807.00 2,663.00 86,000
Superior Energy Services Inc 2.82 543.68 -291.04 0
Searchlight Minerals Corp. 0.00 0.00 0.00 11
Steel Dynamics Inc 13,320.15 22,181.73 4,417.86 7,780
Correlate Infrastructure Partners Inc. 52.26 0.00 -2.68 0
Tidewater Inc 907.36 360.29 -17.65 0
Tesco Corp 172.99 152.68 -58.98 1,215
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Tht Heat Transfer Technology, Inc. 2.05 68.43 -1.65 576
Timkensteel Corporation 786.45 1,449.70 218.80 2,600
Tetra Technologies Inc. 467.06 424.33 10.78 2,400
Ultrapetrol Bahamas Ltd 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,614
Universal Stainless and Alloy Products inc. 63.80 180.11 3.21 645
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Worthington Industries Inc 1,944.86 5,242.22 399.26 10,500
United States Steel Corp 5,181.68 23,110.00 4,931.00 34,680
Expro Group Holdings N.v. 1,396.08 1,217.21 -110.87 0
Alcoa Corp 6,264.18 13,386.00 1,228.00 61,000
Air Products And Chemicals Inc. 51,782.43 11,969.70 2,292.30 19,275
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Comtech Telecommunications Corp 265.71 486.24 -38.06 1,852
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