CAMERON A SHLUMBRGER COMPANY OIL & GAS I USA I SINGAPORE I MALAYSIA
Cameron International Corporation is a Schlumberger company and a global provider of pressure control, processing, flow control and compression systems as well as project management and aftermarket services for the oil and gas and process industries. It employs approximately 23,000 people and is headquartered in Park Towers South, Houston, Texas.
Drilling & Production Systems manufactures pressure control equipment and provides aftermarket services for worldwide onshore, offshore and subsea oil & gas drilling and production operations. Also provides system design and project management services for worldwide offshore oil and gas completion operations. Through their acquisition of LeTourneau Technologies drilling, power systems, and offshore divisions, they also manufacture drilling equipment including top drives, drawworks, rotary tables, and mud pumps, as well as designs and components for jackup rigs.
Surface Systems manufactures and designs Wellheads, Fracturing Trees and other wellhead products for onshore and offshore oil production. Over the years Cameron acquired Ingram Cactus, Tundra and McEvoy companies which has grown Cameron's aftermarket knowledge and market share in the wellhead industry.
1987 marked the acquisition of Joy Industrial Compressor Group, founded in 1955 in Buffalo, New York, which was renamed Cooper Turbocompressor as part of Cooper Compression. W-K-M valves company, established in 1905 in Houston, and Demco Valve Company, established in 1947, were both acquired by Cooper Flow Control Division in the same year. One year later, Cooper acquired Enterprise Engine aftermarket services business.
In June 2013, Cameron and Schlumberger announced that, a joint venture to manufacture and develop products, systems and services for the subsea oil and gas market, has received all required regulatory approvals. The parties will close the transaction making OneSubsea operational on June 30, 2013.