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Oilfield, Engineering and Infrastructure Services

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    Wood Group PSN

    Wood Group is an international energy services company comprising three businesses – Wood Group PSN, Engineering, and Wood Group GTS – providing a range of engineering, production support, maintenance management and industrial gas turbine overhaul and repair services to the oil and gas and power generation industries worldwide.

    Wood Group PSN was established in April 2011 through the merger of Wood Group’s production facilities business and PSN, an independent ‘brownfield’ service contractor. Read More

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    Weatherford International is one of the four major global oilfield service providers, with reported revenues of US$ 12.99 billion and net income of US$ 198.5 million in 2011.

    Founded in 1941, the company currently operates in more than 100 countries across the globe and employs more than 58,000 people.  Although its origins are in Texas, Houston, the company recently moved its place of incorporation to Switzerland where it now has its headquarters. Read More

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    Schlumberger is the world’s largest oilfield services provider, with reported revenues of US$ 39.54 billion and net income of US$ 4.97 billion in 2011.

    The company was founded in 1926 by two French brothers and employs more than 115,000 people in approximately 85 countries. Schlumberger has three principal offices in Houston, Paris and the Hague.  It is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Read More

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    The Italian oil company, ENI, is the controlling shareholder (43 percent) in this oil and gas contractor which is headquartered in Milan and listed on the Milan stock exchange. It offers services worldwide in onshore and offshore exploration, construction and drilling.

    Saipem was founded in 1957 through the merger of Snam Montaggi and a drilling contractor, SAIP. The company began by providing services for ENI but from 1960 began operating autonomously and offering services outside the group.  Following the acquisition of several engineering companies over the last decade, (most notably of Snamprogetti, Bouygues Offshore and Sofresid) Saipem has become one of the world’s largest engineering and construction companies in the oil and gas sector. Read More

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    OGEC Cracow

    Oil and Gas Exploration Company Cracow plc was founded in Poland in 1946. It has since grown from servicing the Polish oil industry to partnering with oil companies across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

    An engineering, procurement and contracting firm, OGEC conducts exploration drilling with rigs that are hired out to oil companies, and also offers services such as drill stem testing, mud logging, directional drilling and cementing.  Read More

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    Incorporated in the United States in 1919, Halliburton is a global oilfield service provider with operations in more than 80 countries and over 70,000 employees worldwide.  Halliburton has dual headquarters located in Houston and in Dubai and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.  In 2011 it reported revenues of US$ 28.83 billion and net income of US$ 2.84 billion. Read More

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    Baker Hughes

    Headquartered in Houston, USA, and currently operating in over 90 countries, Baker Hughes is one of the world’s largest oilfield services companies. It provides oil operators all over the world with technical expertise and specialised equipment for a wide range of onshore and offshore projects.  In the three months ending June 29, 2012, the company reported global revenue of US$ 5.32 billion and gross profits of US$ 1.07 billion.

    The company was formed in 1987 by the merger of Baker International and Hughes Tool Company.  Since then, it has incorporated multiple firms that have each developed and introduced new technologies to the petroleum service industry. Read More

  • AOS Orwell

    AOS Orwell is the only African oilfield services provider in the entire African continent. It was established in 2011 through the merger of two Nigerian companies, AOS and Orwell, which previously dealt in different aspects of oilfield services. The merger pooled their areas of specialisation, allowing for expansion through provision of more comprehensive services—although it is not yet in the same league as much bigger oilfield service companies such as Baker Hughes, Schlumberger and Weatherfield. Read More