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Schlumberger

COMPANY

Oilfield services company, founded 1924.

Official Website:
http://www.slb.com/

Industry:
Industrial Services

Ticker:
NYSE:SLB

Corporate headquarters:
Houston, TX

Sales:
$14.7B (2005)

Employees:
60,000

EXECUTIVES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph R. Bronson
Business
c. 1948   President and COO of Sanmina-SCI
Michael D. Capellas
Business
19-Aug-1955   CEO of First Data
Chad C. Deaton
Business
c. 1952   CEO of Baker Hughes
Andrew Gould
Business
17-Dec-1946   CEO of Schlumberger
Victor E. Grijalva
Business
c. 1939   Vice Chairman of Schlumberger, 1999-2001
Rex C. Ross
Business
c. 1944   Former Schlumberger executive
John Yearwood
Business
c. 1960   CEO of Smith International, 2009-10

CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS OR DIRECTORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Philippe Camus
Business
28-Jun-1948   Partner, Groupe Lagardere
Michael E. Marks
Business
31-Dec-1950   CEO of Flextronics, 1994-2006
Linda G. Stuntz
Attorney
c. 1954   Stuntz, Davis & Staffier

BOARD MEMBERS OR DIRECTORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Deutch
Government
27-Jul-1938   CIA Director, 1995-96
Jamie S. Gorelick
Attorney
6-May-1950   9-11 Commission member
Andrew Gould
Business
17-Dec-1946   CEO of Schlumberger

PAST BOARD MEMBERS OR DIRECTORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William T. McCormick, Jr.
Business
c. 1944   CEO of CMS Energy, 1985-2002
Felix Rohatyn
Business
29-May-1928   Financier, Lazard Frères

EMPLOYMENT

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
René Médori
Business
c. 1958   Finance Director, Anglo American


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