Never fall behind on the latest trends in CEO pay ratio with CAP’s CEO Pay Ratio Tracker. The CEO Pay Ratio Tracker uses each company’s most recent pay ratio disclosure.

 

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Sector Breakdown Chart

  • Chart shows the sector breakdown for companies within the selected Revenue and Market Cap scopes
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Pay Ratio – Percentiles Chart

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  • When a sector is selected, bolded bars show data just for that sector and lighter bars show data for all companies within the selected Revenue and Market Cap scopes

For questions or more information, please contact: Ryan Colucci Senior Associate ryan.colucci@capartners.com 646-486-9745 or Joshua Hovden Senior Analyst joshua.hovden@capartners.com 646-512-9135.

Click here to read more about the second year of CEO Pay Ratio disclosures: https://www.capartners.com/cap-thinking/deep-dive-second-year-ceo-pay-ratio-disclosures/.

This summary reports on CEO pay trends affecting oilfield services companies. It provides current and expected trends within the market as companies consider adjustments to executive pay. Base salaries and long-term incentive award values increased year over year while 2018 bonus payments were lower than prior year.

This summary reports on anticipated executive compensation actions affecting oilfield services and drilling companies. It provides current and expected trends within the market as companies consider adjustments to executive pay. Based on our intel, base salary adjustments will be prevalent this year which is an indication of improving market conditions and outlook. However, the fact that 50% of companies expect to pay below target bonuses for 2018 is a reminder that pricing pressures and other conditions have not yet allowed oilfield services and drilling companies to fully experience the oil & gas recovery.

Partner Chris Earnest discusses oil and gas compensation plans.

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