Established in 1926, Schlumberger is a multinational oilfield services company that operates across 120+ countries. The company started in France and soon, became a leading technology innovator in global energy industry. Today, Schlumberger has four main executive offices located in: US, France, UK and Netherlands.
Since 1950s, the company has made many strategic acquisitions to incorporate technological advancements. From year 2000, Schlumberger went on to acquire WesternGeco, Smith Bits, M-I SWACO, Cameron, etc. All of its acquisitions have contributed to digital capabilities in reservoir characterization, drilling, production and R&D departments.
Schlumberger has been present in the list of Fortune Global 500 since more than 19 years. Currently, the company has employed people of 140+ different nationalities and holds offices in 170+ locations worldwide.
- Houston, Texas, US
- Paris, France
- The Hague, Netherlands
- London, UK
- Schlumberger uses a plain logo by the same name in blue color. The company kept it simple to denote its vision of international presence. Also, it has retained the logos of acquired companies and subsidiaries.
- US $ 32.815 billion (2018)
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- Ranked among Fortune Global 500 and Forbes Global 2000 list of companies.
- In 2004, Schlumberger was awarded world's largest 4D seismic project by Brazilian state-run firm Petrobras.
- Gordon Ballard, chairman of Schlumberger UK, received ‘Significant Achievement Accolade’ in 2015.
- In 2017, Schlumberger was declared the winner of ‘Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE)’ study.
- The company was listed among ‘Top 100 Global Energy Leaders’ and ‘Top 100 World’s Most Respected Companies’ in 2017.
- In 2019, Schlumberger became the first company in Upstream E&P services to set a science-based target for emissions reduction.