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  2. Schlumberger Faces Federal Bribery Probe - AOL

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    Schlumberger compliance officers became aware of the matter in 2008 and carried out investigations. Internal reviews found that Zonic did provide some services, but not others.

  3. For the full fiscal year EPS are expected to come in at $3.62 on revenues of $21.75 billion. The main difference between Schlumberger and Baker Hughes or Halliburton Co. (NYSE: HAL), which ...

  4. Schlumberger Warns on Earnings - AOL

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    The world's largest oil field services firm, Schlumberger Ltd. (NYSE: SLB) issued an update on fourth-quarter operations that lowers the company's earnings per share (EPS) forecast by $0.05 to $0 ...

  5. Schlumberger - Wikipedia

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    Schlumberger complex in Sugar Land, Texas. Schlumberger was founded in 1926 by two brothers Conrad and Marcel Schlumberger from the Alsace region in France as the Electric Prospecting Company ( French: Société de prospection électrique ). The company recorded the first-ever electrical resistivity well log in Merkwiller-Pechelbronn, France in ...

  6. Talk:Schlumberger - Wikipedia

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    "The Web" runs as a service on top of the Internet. In any case, the actual text from Schlumberger's history page is, "Registered slb.com as an Internet domain name". That's slb.com, not www.slb.com, so I've corrected the text of the article to match the actual history. Cheers —Travis talk 02:40, 12 May 2009 (UTC) Australia corruption

  7. 5 Tips for Energy Investors - AOL

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    I'm not just talking about how oil stocks tank at the slightest hint of bad economic news, either. The expanding role of the national oil company and shifting world energy policy will affect energy...

  8. Schlumberger brothers - Wikipedia

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    The Schlumberger company then tried to expand their activities to many other countries, but the attempts were hindered by the worldwide depression. On 15 September 1934, Schlumberger's subsidiary in the United States became Schlumberger Well Surveying Corporation (SWSC) with offices in Houston, Texas. Conrad was the chairman, and Marcel was the ...

  9. Smith International - Wikipedia

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    Smith International. Smith International was a Fortune 500 company headquartered in the Greenspoint district and in unincorporated Harris County, Texas. Smith International ceased to exist as an independent company following the merger with Schlumberger. This company supplies products to gas and oil production and exploration companies.