Schlumberger buys rest of WesternGeco
Acquisition of Baker Hughes’ 30 percent interest in $2.4 billion deal puts Schlumberger firmly at top of seismic industry
For Petroleum News
Schlumberger will be firmly at the head of the world’s largest seismic company based on Baker Hughes’ agreement to sell its 30 percent minority stake in WesternGeco to the oilfield services giant for $2.4 billion in cash. The deal was expected to close by the end of April.
Schlumberger already owned....
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