Done deals

Argus, Jim Jordan, Foster Wheeler, Ingen, NorthAm, Genscape, VesselTracker, Invensys, Spiral, Savage, Ft. Worth Pipe Services, Wireless Seismic, Antech, Aramco, Calculus, GE, Salof, SeisWare.

Price reporting agency Argus has acquired Jim Jordan & Associates, provider of market intelligence on methanol and transportation fuels.

Clariant has invested in Ultimate EOR Services, a provider of enhanced oil recovery solutions.

Foster Wheeler has acquired Aberdeen-based upstream consultancy Ingen Ideas and NorthAm Engineering of Monterrey, Mexico.

Energy information provider Genscape has acquired, a provider of real time data on ship movements, ownership and management. A free trial of the service is on offer.

Invensys revealed that it paid £38 million to acquire planning, scheduling and crude oil management software house Spiral Software last year.

Supply chain solutions specialist Savage is to acquire Fort Worth Pipe Services.

Wireless Seismic has a completed a $12.5 million funding round. Anchor share-holders Chesapeake Energy and Aramco’s Energy Ventures unit were joined by Total’s Energy Ventures arm.

AnTech has secured a ‘substantial’ investment from Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures and London-based Calculus Capital. The cash will be used to launch AnTech’s new directional drilling solutions.

GE Oil & Gas has completed its acquisition of nearly all of the assets of the Salof Companies, a designer and manufacturer of small–scale liquefied natural gas technologies based in Schertz, Texas.

SeisWare has completed its acquisition of 3DSEIS, a seismic interpretation package developed by Vest Exploration Services.

This article originally appeared in Oil IT Journal 2013 Issue # 6.

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