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KEG (Key Energy Services Inc.)
Last Trade 2.18 Dividend/Share 0 PE Ratio -0.48
Date May 24-2019 Dividend Yield 0.000 Return on Assets -19.08
Change -0.02 ExDividend Date 0 Return on Capital null
Bid null Latest EPS -4.38 Price/Sale 0.089
Ask null LatestEPS Date 2018-12-31 Price to Book 1.94
Volume null EPS ttm -4.550 Institutional % 62.5
Avg Volume 0.36M Shares Outstanding 20.4M Insider % 40.7
Open 2.23 Float 12.16M Short Ratio 5.440
Prev Close 2.2 Return On Equity -135.29 5 Year Change % -0.919
High 2.24 Consensus EPS -1.09 2 Year Change % -0.885
Low 2.153 No. of Estimate 3.000 1 Year Change % -0.871
52 Week High 17.765 EPS Surprise $ null YTD Change % -0.005
52 Week Low 1.59 EPS Surprise Percent 0 6 Month Change % -0.691
52 Week Change -87.557 EBITDA 0M 3 Month Change % -0.207
50 Day MA 3.974 Revenue 0M 1 Month Change % -0.509
200 Day MA Gross Profit 0M 5 Day Change % -0.142
Market Cap 44.46M Cash 0M 30 Day Change % -0.411
Beta 3.544844 Debt 0M Stock Exchange New York Stock Exchange
Sector Energy Revenue Per Share 0 Short Interest 1958381
Short Date 2019-04-15 Revenue Per Employee 0 Short Ratio 5.440
Data courtesy of IEX
Company Profile

Key Energy Services, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, operates as an onshore rig-based well servicing contractor. It operates in two segments, Well Servicing and Production Services. The Well Servicing segment offers rig-based services, which include the maintenance, workover, and recompletion of existing oil and gas wells; completion of newly-drilled wells; and plugging and abandonment of wells at the end of their lives. This segment also provides fluid management services, including vacuum truck services, fluid transportation services, and disposal services to collect, transport, and dispose saltwater, as well as supplies frac tanks, which are used for temporary storage of fluids in conjunction with the fluid hauling operations. In addition, it offers equipment trucks; and a fleet of hot oilers for pumping heated fluids that are used to clear soluble restrictions in a well bore. As of December 31, 2009, this segment operated a fleet of 743 rigs. The Production Services segment provides pressure pumping services, which comprise fracturing, nitrogen, acidizing, cementing, and coiled tubing services to oil and natural gas producers, as well as drill pipe, tubulars, handling tools, pressure-controlled equipment, power swivels, and foam air units to recover lost or stuck equipment in the well bore. This segment also offers wireline services that consist of perforating, completion logging, production logging, and casing integrity services, as well as oilfield service equipment controls, data acquisition, and digital information flow services. The company was formerly known as Key Energy Group, Inc. and changed its name to Key Energy Services, Inc. in 1998. Key Energy Services, Inc. was founded in 1977 and is based in Houston, Texas.