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  2. Schlumberger - Wikipedia,_Inc.

    Schlumberger Limited(French: [ʃlum.bɛʁˈʒe, ʃlœ̃-]) is an oilfield servicescompany. [2][3]Schlumberger employees represent more than 140 nationalities working in more than 120 countries.[4] Schlumberger has four principal executive offices located in Paris, Houston, London, and The Hague. [5]

  3. Schlumberger brothers - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Conrad Schlumberger (2 October 1878 in Gebweiler ( Alsace-Lorraine) – 9 May 1936 in Stockholm) and Emile Henry Marcel Schlumberger (21 June 1884 in Gebweiler – 9 May 1953 in Val-Richer) were brothers from the region of Alsace-Lorraine, France, then a part of the German Empire.

  4. Anne Gruner Schlumberger - Wikipedia

    Anne Gruner Schlumberger (1905–1993) was a French heiress, philanthropist and patron of arts and science. Her father was Conrad Schlumberger, one of the founders of the oil exploration company Schlumberger and her mother was Louise Schlumberger (née Delpech).

  5. Halliburton - Wikipedia

    it offers a broad array of products and services to upstream oil and gas customers worldwide through fourteen product service lines: artificial lift, cementing, completion tools, multi-chem, pipeline & process services, production enhancement, production solutions[clarification needed], baroid, drill bits & services, landmark software & services,

  6. WesternGeco - Wikipedia

    WesternGeco offices in Westchase, Houston, Texas, U.S. WesternGeco is a geophysical services company. It is headquartered in Schlumberger House on the property of London Gatwick Airport in Crawley, West Sussex, in Greater London . Background The company provides reservoir imaging, monitoring, and development services.

  7. Petrel (reservoir software) - Wikipedia

    Petrel is a software platform used in the exploration and production sector of the petroleum industry. It allows the user to interpret seismic data, perform well correlation, build reservoir models, visualize reservoir simulation results, calculate volumes, produce maps and design development strategies to maximize reservoir exploitation.

  8. John de Menil - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John de Ménil (January 4, 1904 – June 1, 1973) was a Franco-American businessman, philanthropist, and art patron. He was the founding president of the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR) in New York.