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Pacific Drilling Sa Company Snapshot
Pacific Drilling Sa operates in the Drilling oil and gas wells sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Pacific Drilling Sa with three other Oil and Gas Field Services in Europe: Ocean Yield ASA of Norway (2018 sales of 2.61 billion Norwegian Kroner [US$285.81 million] of which 33% was FPSO), Lamprell Plc of the United Kingdom (£175.93 million [US$231.18 million] of which 43% was Engineering, Procurement,), and Rosetti Marino SpA which is based in Italy (253.89 million Euro [US$280.85 million] of which 85% was Oil and Gas).

Sales Analysis. Pacific Drilling Sa reported sales of 224.80 million Euro (US$248.67 million) for the year ending December of 2018. This represents a decrease of 19.9% versus 2017, when the company's sales were 280.67 million Euro.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Pacific Drilling Sa
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (12/6/2019): 2.85
(Figures in Euro)
1 Week 10.2%   13 Weeks -10.2%  
4 Weeks -48.9%   52 Weeks -78.5%  
Pacific Drilling Sa Key Data:
  Ticker: PACD Country: Luxembourg
  Exchanges: OTC Major Industry: Energy
    Sub Industry: Drilling Oil & Gas Wells
  2018 Sales 224,796,120
(Year Ending Jan 2019).
Employees: 722
  Currency: Euro Market Cap: 213,913,963
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 75,007,000
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 3,842,729
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