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  2. Schlumberger - Wikipedia

    Schlumberger is incorporated in Willemstad, Curaçao as Schlumberger N.V. and trades on the New York Stock Exchange, Euronext Paris, the London Stock Exchange and SIX Swiss Exchange. Schlumberger is a Fortune Global 500 company, ranked 287 in 2016, and also listed in Forbes Global 2000, ranked 176 in 2016.

  3. Soil resistivity - Wikipedia

    Schlumberger method. In the Schlumberger method the distance between the voltages probe is a and the distances from voltages probe and currents probe are c (see figure above). Using the Schlumberger method, if b is small compared to a and c, and c>2a, the apparent soil resistivity value is:

  4. Schlumbergera - Wikipedia

    Schlumbergera is a small genus of cacti with six to nine species found in the coastal mountains of south-eastern Brazil.These plants grow on trees or rocks in habitats that are generally shady with high humidity, and can be quite different in appearance from their desert-dwelling cousins.

  5. Well logging - Wikipedia

    Conrad developed the Schlumberger array, which was a technique for prospecting for metal ore deposits, and the brothers adapted that surface technique to subsurface applications. On September 5, 1927, a crew working for Schlumberger lowered an electric sonde or tool down a well in Pechelbronn, Alsace, France creating the first well log.

  6. Baker Hughes - Wikipedia

    Joint venture with Schlumberger (2000-2006) In 1999, the only new seismic technology that was being introduced was the 4-dimensional seismic survey monitoring. In 2000, during a downturn in the petroleum industry, the company merged its Western Geophysical division with Schlumberger's Geco (Geophysical Company of Norway) to form WesternGeco.

  7. Schlumbergera russelliana - Wikipedia

    Schlumbergera russelliana is a species of plant in the family Cactaceae.It is endemic to a small area of the coastal mountains of south-eastern Brazil where its natural habitat is moist forest.

  8. Sao - Wikipedia

    Places. Sao civilisation, in Middle Africa from 6th century BC to 16th century AD; Sao, a town in Boussé Department, Burkina Faso; Saco Transportation Center (station code SAO), a train station in Saco, Maine, U.S.

  9. Waterloo Hydrogeologic - Wikipedia

    Waterloo Hydrogeologic is a company that specializes with groundwater modelling software, training, and consulting services. The company was started by Nilson Guiguer and Thomas Franz, who were developing software for their research at the University of Waterloo in 1988.