Whether it means changes in the company signs in Oklahoma City and other locations across the state, but Schlumberger is no longer Schlumberger.
The Houston-and Paris-based company announced Monday it changed its name to SLB and also rebranded itself as a technology firm going after more clean-energy space work.
The new name of the world’s biggest oilfield services provider, same as the firm’s stock ticker symbol, took effect Monday reported Bloomberg.
“We couldn’t have done it at a better time at a critical juncture in our industry,” Chief Executive Officer Olivier Le Peuch said in a Bloomberg Television interview. “Digital is the future of this industry.”
It raises the question of whether all its oil patch employees wearing those blue-uniforms with the name “Schlumberger” on their back will have to be changed to “SLB.”
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