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RPC's business segments are: Technical Services and Support Services. Our operating business units include Cudd Pressure Control, Patterson Services, and ThruTubing Solutions.

Technical Services

· Pressure Pumping - ~55% of total revenues. The largest and fastest-growing service line at RPC, this service line provides hydraulic fracturing and acid treatment services, which serve to increase production in existing land wells. This service line is increasingly important in the growing percentage of service-intensive horizontal and directional wells. On the Web at www.cuddpumping.com.

· Coiled Tubing - ~11% of total revenues. Coiled Tubing units are long tubes of thin pipe (4 inches and less in diameter) coiled on a reel that can be lowered into a live well to perform maintenance services. Increasingly, Coiled Tubing is used for completion of directional and horizontal wells. On the Web at www.cudd.com.

· Thru Tubing Solutions - ~12% of total revenues. Dedicated to the coiled tubing and snubbing industry, specializing in working downhole tools under pressure during various fishing and drilling operations. Includes a proprietary downhole motor design. On the Web at www.thrutubing.com.

· Snubbing - ~4% of total revenues. Snubbing units are run by experienced professionals to perform maintenance on the well without depressurizing, or "killing," the well. On the Web at www.cudd.com.

· Bronco Oilfield Services - ~4% of total revenues. Bronco Oilfield Services. 4% of RPC revenues. Bronco Oilfield Services is an RPC service line that provides flowback, well testing, surface control, and pumping equipment services to the oil and gas industry. On the web at www.broncoservices.com.

· Nitrogen Units - ~4% of total revenues. Used in several different oilfield operations as a drilling fluid and in gravel packing operations, nitrogen is employed in the well for its inflammability. On the Web at www.cudd.com.

· Wireline - A production tool, staffed by experienced RPC employees, that is used to remove downhole obstructions and for various other purposes. On the Web at www.cudd.com.

· Well Control - Cudd Well Control is a Cudd service line that provides professional live well services including blowouts and firefighting. On the Web at www.cuddwellcontrol.com.

Support Services

· Patterson Rental Tools - ~6% of total revenues. Patterson Rental Tools offers a variety of rental equipment including drill pipe and blowout preventers. On the Web at www.pattersonservices.com.

· Patterson Tubular Services - Performs Tubular inspections, and stores and inventories a wide variety of pipe for customers. On the Web at www.pattersontubular.com.

· Well Control School - Less that 1% of total revenues. Provides industry and government-accredited training to industry personnel, including System 21 training solutions. System 21 is the only interactive CD-ROM-based blowout prevention program that has been approved by the Mineral Management Service (a division of the Department of the Interior) and awarded full accreditation from the International Association of Drilling Contractors WellCap Committee. It allows students to complete certification in Drilling, Well Completion/Workover, Well Servicing and Subsea. On the Web at www.wellcontrol.com.

· Energy Personnel International - This team of engineers and consultants provides experienced project management personnel to field workover programs and optimization projects. On the Web at www.epiconsultants.com.

Certain statements and information found on this website constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including all statements that look forward in time or express managementís beliefs, expectations or hopes. In particular, such statements include, without limitation, our belief that our balance sheet allows us to take advantage of any strategic opportunities that may arise. These statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of RPC to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied in such forward-looking statements. Such risks include changes in general global business and economic conditions; drilling activity and rig count; risks of reduced availability or increased costs of both labor and raw materials used in providing our services; the impact on our operations if we are unable to comply with regulatory and environmental laws; turmoil in the financial markets and the potential difficulty to fund our capital needs; the potentially high cost of capital required to fund our capital needs; the impact of the level of unconventional exploration and production activities may cease or change in nature so as to reduce demand for our services, the ultimate impact of current and potential political unrest and armed conflict in the oil-producing regions of the world, which could impact drilling activity; adverse weather conditions in oil or gas producing regions, including the Gulf of Mexico; competition in the oil and gas industry; an inability to implement price increases; risks of international operations; and our reliance upon large customers. Additional discussion of factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from management's projections, forecasts, estimates and expectations is contained in RPC's Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the year ended December 31, 2013.

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