C. Andrew Smith

Patterson-UTI Energy

Executive Vice President Chief Financial Officer

Overview

C. Andrew Smith made an average of $2.9M in compensation at Patterson-UTI Energy between 2017 and 2018.

Annual data

2018

In 2018, C. Andrew Smith earned a total compensation of $2.8M as Executive Vice President Chief Financial Officer at Patterson-UTI Energy.

Ranking2,712 out of 8,301
Percentile67.3%

C. Andrew Smith's 2018 compensation ranked 2,712th out of 8,301 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

C. Andrew Smith earned more than 67.3% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryDrilling oil & gas wells
Ranking9 out of 15
Percentile40.0%

In the industry of drilling oil & gas wells, C. Andrew Smith's 2018 pay ranked 9th out of 15 executive pay records tracked by us.

C. Andrew Smith earned more than 40.0% of executives in this industry.

Bonus$200,000
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$495,000
Salary$450,000
Stock Awards$1,640,644
Other$11,000
Total$2,796,644

Smith received $1.6M in stock awards, which accounts for 58.66% of total compensation.

Smith also received $200K in bonus, $495K in non-equity incentive plan, $450K in salary and $11K in other compensation.

2017

In 2017, C. Andrew Smith earned a total compensation of $3M as Executive Vice President Chief Financial Officer at Patterson-UTI Energy.

Ranking3,375 out of 13,165
Percentile74.4%

C. Andrew Smith's 2017 compensation ranked 3,375th out of 13,165 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

C. Andrew Smith earned more than 74.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryDrilling oil & gas wells
Ranking16 out of 36
Percentile55.6%

In the industry of drilling oil & gas wells, C. Andrew Smith's 2017 pay ranked 16th out of 36 executive pay records tracked by us.

C. Andrew Smith earned more than 55.6% of executives in this industry.

Bonus$250,000
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$984,375
Salary$122,885
Stock Awards$1,599,989
Other$4,154
Total$2,961,403

Smith received $1.6M in stock awards, which accounts for 54.03% of total compensation.

Smith also received $250K in bonus, $984.4K in non-equity incentive plan, $122.9K in salary and $4.2K in other compensation.