Done Deals

Cameron, LeTourneau, Joy Global, Dell, Force10, Emerson, Net Safety Monitoring, SensorTran, Halliburton, HP, Autonomy, Lawson Software, Approva, Intertek, QinetiQ, Lufkin, Pentagon Optimization Services, Nova Metrix, Sensornet, Tendeka, SGI, OpenCFD, Spectraseis, VSG, Noesis.

Cameron is to buy LeTourneau Technologies drillings systems and offshore products divisions from Joy Global for approximately $375 million in cash.

Dell is to acquire data center networking company Force10 Networks.

Emerson Process Management has acquired Calgary-based Net Safety Monitoring, a provider of toxic and combustible gas detectors, flame detectors, and safety systems.

Distributed temperature sensing (DTS) systems producer SensorTran, has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Halliburton. DTS will become a component of Halliburton’s fiber optic center of excellence in Houston.

HP is to acquire enterprise information management software house Autonomy Corporation for £25.50 per share cash.

Infor affiliate Lawson Software Americas has acquired continuous controls monitoring software developer Approva.

Safety solutions provider Intertek has acquired the QinetiQ fuels and lubricants testing business.

Lufkin Industries is to buy Canadian well optimization company Pentagon Optimization Services.

Nova Metrix has completed the acquisition of UK based asset monitoring solutions provider Sensornet. Sensornet’s in-well oil and gas business is being retained by its former owner, Tendeka.

SGI has completed its acquisition of open source computational fluid dynamics company OpenCFD.

Spectraseis has received new investment of CHF 2.8 million from SVC-Ltd, a wholly owned Credit Suisse Group unit.

Visualization Sciences Group is to acquire image processing and analysis software provider Noesis.

This article originally appeared in Oil IT Journal 2011 Issue # 9.

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