What We Do

Each day, in more than 80 countries, we help our customers find and produce oil and gas. Through our wellsite operations and in our research and engineering facilities, we are working to develop products, services and solutions that optimize customer performance in a safe and environmentally sound manner.

We aim to do business in a consistent and transparent way with all our clients and do not hold equity stakes in our customers' assets. Customers place a great deal of trust in us, particularly when it comes to handling sensitive and confidential information. Our reputation for integrity and fair dealing is vitally important in winning and retaining this trust.

We're looking for men and women to join our global family in this effort. If you're ambitious, innovative, and hardworking, a Schlumberger career may be for you. You'll follow in the tradition of our founders, Conrad and Marcel Schlumberger, who transformed the energy industry with the revolutionary idea of using electrical measurements to map subsurface rock formations. Schlumberger engineers recorded the first electrical resistivity well log in Pechelbronn, France in September 1927, and wireline logging was born!

The pioneering attitude displayed by our founders has set the tone for the last 85 years. Today Schlumberger is the world's leading oilfield services company, providing the most complete range of oilfield services from surface seismic to drilling, formation evaluation, well completion and stimulation services, production optimization, reservoir studies, well construction and integrated project management.

As the demand for energy continues to increase, new ideas, techniques, and solutions are necessary. We have a multitude of career opportunities that will enable you to prove your abilities from the first day of work. We'll give you the training and support you need to take on our complex engineering and technical challenges.

Schlumberger in 3 Words!

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Three Things I Like Best

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Drill the Undrillable

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