Canada-based Marksman serves collision avoidance, wellbore intercept, coalbed methane and other complex drilling markets. Houston-based Scientific Drilling’s passive ranging solution, MagTraC MWD Ranging, has been used around the world.
The geo-consulting business line of Paris-based CGG acquired Calgary, Alberta-based Taurus Reservoir Solutions Ltd. Taurus provides conventional and unconventional reservoir and geomechanical simulation, engineering technology and consulting services.
Global Partners LP will purchase 97 Mobil- and Exxon-branded retail gas stations and seven dealer supply contracts for about $156 million. The stations are in New York and Maryland/Washington D.C.
A French satellite systems operator, Collecte Localisation Satellites SA, bought U.S. Gulf of Mexico-focused Horizon Marine Inc. Horizon provides metocean forecasting services. No transaction details were provided in a press release.
Halliburton Co. will separately sell its fixed cutter and roller cone drillbits, directional drilling and LWD/measurement while drilling businesses. It is currently working to acquire Baker Hughes Inc.
Houston-based Oceaneering will absorb 550 C&C personnel.
In February, Schlumberger said it planned buying a 45.65% stake in Eurasia for about $1.7 billion, potentially becoming sole owner of Russia's most active oilfield services company, Reuters said.
Special meetings determined the shareholders’ votes. The merger of Halliburton and Baker Hughes is scheduled to close in the second half of 2015, subject to regulatory approvals.
Chemical injection systems seller Galenfeha acquired chemical injection pump systems maker Daylight Pumps. The North American chemical injection market share is about $1 billion annually.
C&J Energy Services Ltd. is led by current C&J management and will be based out of Bermuda. The transaction was originally announced June 25, 2014.
Superior is interested in assets Baker Hughes Inc. and Halliburton Co. must sell during their merger, Bloomberg said. Superior, seeking international exposure, will become the fourth-largest oilfield services company.
Several batches of overlapping business lines will be unloaded to win U.S. Justice Department approval for their $34.6 billion combination, according to people with knowledge of the matter, Bloomberg said.
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