Willbros Group, Inc. (WG)
Last closing price (Mar 10 4:00 EDT):
10.40 (-0.67%) ?
Willbros Group, Inc. provides engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services to the oil and gas, refinery, petrochemical, and electric power industries primarily in the United States and Canada. Its Oil & Gas segment provides integrity testing, management, and maintenance services; EPC, fabrication, and tank services; downstream construction, maintenance, and turnaround services; and stray voltage and gas leak detection, and utility-line locating services, as well as engages in facilities and pipeline construction activities. The companys Utility T&D segment offers electric and natural gas transmission and distribution services. This segment constructs, maintains, and upgrades electric power transmission lines and substations, electric power distribution lines, natural gas transmission lines and distribution pipelines, and overhead and underground telecommunications infrastructure, as well as offers emergency storm response and cable restoration and assessment services. Its Canada segment provides fabrication and facility services, as well as field services to customers located in the oil sands region in Alberta. This segment also offers process modules, pipe spooling, and chromium carbide overlay; specialty services, such as design, supply and installation, maintenance, and revamp of fired heaters and other fabricated assemblies to the oil sands market; and terminal and tank farms, and projects related to production and process facilities. Willbros Group, Inc. was founded in 1908 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
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