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Gazprom Neft, Schlumberger Partner on Well Logging

April 5, 2019

(Photo: Gazprom Neft)
(Photo: Gazprom Neft)

Gazprom Neft and Schlumberger have agreed to enter technological cooperation in well logging. 

“Gazprom Neft is committed to developing its scientific, intellectual, staffing and technological capabilities, supporting a collaborative ecosystem and building an inclusive innovation-focused environment,” said Gazprom Neft First Deputy CEO Vadim Yakovlev.

The parties will join the expert potential of Schlumberger and hands-on experience of Gazpromneft-Noyabrskneftegazgeofizika (Gazpromneft-NNGGF, a Gazprom Neft subsidiary) and the knowledge of Gazprom Neft R&D centers to integrate the latest logging technologies into the expert geophysics company.

Schlumberger will provide engineering support to its partners and train staff of the operating units of the company.

The document was signed by Vadim Yakovlev, First Deputy CEO, Gazprom Neft, and Sergey Slyusenko, Managing Director, Gazpromneft-Noyabrskneftegazgeofizika and Gokhan Saygi, President of Schlumberger RCA.



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