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Open House showcases Schlumberger technologies

Schlumberger Ltd. held an open house recently to showcase a number of the different technologies with which Schlumberger is involved, including complex fluids, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) sensors, gamma ray detectors and reservoir completions systems.

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“Schlumberger is a major technology company that has hired many Princeton students over the years,” said Peter Bogucki, associate dean for undergraduate affairs in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. “Company representatives were on campus for a big event to showcase what 100 countries around the world. They are the world’s leading provider of technology and services to the exploration and production components of the global petroleum industry.

“Because Schlumberger’s businesses do not deal directly with the public, the company is not nearly as well known as many other corporations,” said Larry Schwartz, manager of university relations scientific adviser at Schlumberger.

“However, as an innovative technology company, it is important for Schlumberger to be recognized and understood on university campuses around the world.”

François Auzerais, vice president for product development at Schlumberger, delivered a lecture about technology development in the oil and gas exploration industry.

Photos by Frank Wojciechowski

Above, Delin Zhu, a senior research staff member in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, talks with Schlumberger representative Irina Mododetsky.

Below, Roopa Gir, business development manager at Schlumberger, talks with Raffaella Montelli, a postdoctorate student in Geosciences.


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