Investor Relations

FAQS

What happened to C&J Energy Services’ prior common stock (NYSE: CJES / OTCPNK: CJESQ)?

Under the terms of the Restructuring Plan, upon C&J’s emergence from the Chapter 11 proceeding on January 6, 2017, the common stock (CUSIP# G3164Q 101) of our predecessor, C&J Energy Services Ltd. (“Legacy C&J”) was cancelled.  Pursuant to the Restructuring Plan, we (C&J Energy Services, Inc. or “New C&J”) issued seven-year warrants (the “Warrants”) convertible into New C&J’s common stock (CUSIP# 12674R 100) to the former stockholders of Legacy C&J, based on their pro rata share of Legacy C&J common stock as of January 6, 2017.  Those Warrants are exercisable for a period of seven years from the date of issuance at a strike price of $1.55 billion, or approximately $27.95 per share.  The Warrants were issued based on a conversion rate of 0.00994747 per Legacy C&J share.

The distribution of the Warrants to former stockholders of Legacy C&J should now be complete.  Please consult with your broker-dealer if you have not received your warrants in your brokerage account or would like to know more about the process for exercising your Warrants.  Additionally, a summary of the Warrant Agreement under which the Warrants were issued, as well as the full text of the Warrant Agreement, is available on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov, in a Current Report on Form 8-K filed on January 6, 2017.   

I am a C&J stockholder. How do I obtain more information about my C&J Stock?

American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC, the transfer agent and registrar for C&J’s common stock , will address any question you might have regarding the transfer of stock ownership requirements, changes of address, account status and year-end tax statements. You can contact them directly at 1-800-937-5449 or visit them on the web at www.amstock.com. 

You can access our financial reports and other corporate information through the U.S. Securities & Exchange Comission ("SEC") website at www.sec.gov/edgar or by clicking on the "SEC Filings" subtab in the Investor Relations section of our corporate website.

For other questions, you can contact our Investor Relations Team at: 

C&J Investor Relations Team
3990 Rogerdale
Houston, TX 77042
Investors@cjenergy.com 
Phone: 713-260-9986 
Fax: 713-260-9980 

I am not a stockholder. Where can I obtain more information about C&J?

We’re here to help. You can contact us at anytime by using the form available here.You may also contact a member of our Investor Relations Team at: 

C&J Investor Relations Team
3990 Rogerdale
Houston, TX 77042
Investors@cjenergy.com
Phone: 713-260-9986 
Fax: 713-260-9980 

Who is the transfer agent for C&J stock?

American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC is the transfer agent and registrar for C&J's common stock and their contact information is as follows: 

Mailing address for stockholders:
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Toll Free Number:
1-800-937-5449

Website:
www.amstock.com

What is Direct Registration and what are the benefits of book-entry through Direct Registration?

Direct Registration is a method of recording shares of stock in what is known as “book-entry” form. Instead of being represented by a physical share certificate, your C&J shares are held in your name and recorded electronically in "book-entry" in our records, which are maintained by American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC, the transfer agent and registrar for C&J’s common stock. A physical stock certificate can be issued to you upon request. Shares held in book-entry have all the traditional rights and privileges of shares held in certificate form. 

The primary benefit of Direct Registration is a safe and convenient method of maintaining your C&J shares. Shares can be electronically transferred into or out of your account simply by contacting AST. Additionally, you can sell all or a portion of shares held in your book-entry account either through AST or by electronically transferring your shares to your brokerage account. For more information on the sale of stock held in book-entry, contact AST directly at 1-800-937-5449 or visit them on the web at www.amstock.com.

I recently moved. Whom should I contact?

To change your mailing address of record, contact American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC, the transfer agent and registrar for C&J’s common stock. You may contact them directly at 1-800-937-5449 or visit them on the web atwww.amstock.com.

I receive duplicate mailings. How can I receive just one mailing?

When a stockholder owns shares in more than one account or when stockholders live at the same address duplicate mailings may result. If you receive duplicate reports, you can help eliminate the added expense by requesting that only one copy be sent. To eliminate duplicate mailings, contact American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC, the transfer agent and registrar for C&J’s common stock. You can contact them directly at 1-800-937-5449 or visit them on the web at www.amstock.com.

I own my shares in a brokerage account. Whom should I contact for account information?

Stockholders who own shares through a brokerage or bank arrangement must contact their broker or bank.

Is C&J stock an American Depository Receipt (A.D.R.)?

No.

Does C&J pay dividends?

No, C&J does not pay dividends at this time.

Does C&J have a Direct Purchase Plan or Dividend Reinvestment Plan?

No, C&J does not have a Direct Purchase Plan or Dividend Reinvestment Plan at this time. C&J stock must be bought and sold through a licensed stockbroker.

How can I get historical stock quotes for C&J?

To obtain a historical stock quote, please click here.

How C&J stock traded and what is the ticker symbol?

C&J’s common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") under the ticker symbol “CJ”.

What is C&J’s fiscal year?

C&J’s fiscal year is January 1st to December 31st.


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