Data as of May 22
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C&J Energy Services, Inc. provides hydraulic fracturing, coiled tubing, and wireline and other complementary services with a focus on technically demanding well completions. The company operates through three segments: Stimulation & Well Intervention Services, Wireline Services and Equipment Manufacturing. The Stimulation and Well Intervention Services segment provides hydraulic fracturing, to enhance the production of oil and natural gas from formations with low permeability, which restricts the natural flow of hydrocarbons. Its coiled tubing services are used by the customers to perform various functions associated with well-servicing operations and to facilitate completion of new and existing wells and also perform other well stimulation services, including pump down services for wireline and coiled tubing. The Wireline Services segment offers cased-hole wireline and other complementary services, including logging, perforating, pipe recovery, pressure testing, and pump down services. The Equipment Manufacturing segment constructs oilfield equipment, including hydraulic fracturing pumps, coiled tubing units, pressure pumping units, and other equipment for its Stimulation and Well Intervention Services and Wireline Services segments, as well as for third-party customers in the energy services industry. This segment also provides equipment repair services and oilfield parts and supplies for customers in the energy services industry. C&J Energy Services was founded by Joshua E. Comstock in 1997 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.
|Joshua E. Comstock||Chairman & Chief Executive Officer|
|Randall C. McMullen, Jr.||President, CFO, Treasurer & Director|
|Donald Jeffrey Gawick||Chief Operating Officer|
|Patrick Bixenman||President-Research & Technology|
|Theodore R. Moore||Secretary, Executive VP & General Counsel|