Done deals

Schlumberger, National Oilwell, Recon Technology, Intertek, ATI, Jee, Hexarus, Bureau Veritas, TH Hill, Acorn Energy, US Seismic Systems, Pansoft, Pelican, Fugro, BB Visual, SIGMA3.

Schlumberger has entered into an agreement with National Oilwell Varco to sell its Wilson distribution business. Schlumberger acquired Wilson along with Smith International in 2010.

Chinese non-state-owned oil and gas automation services provider Recon Technology has returned to compliance with all Nasdaq listing rules.

Intertek has acquired California-based ATI, a provider of asset integrity management software.

Absoft has completed its ‘seven-figure’ purchase of UK-based Hexarus Consulting, provider of performance management and business intelligence solutions based on SAP BusinessObjects.

Bureau Veritas is to acquire TH Hill, a provider of oil and gas drilling failure prevention and analysis services.

Acorn Energy has now ‘fully funded’ an additional $5 million investment in US Seismic Systems.

Chinese ERP software house Pansoft has acquired, at no cost, the remaining 20% stake in its Japanese unit from joint venture partners Management Information Center and Seven Colors Corp. following their ‘failure to meet the terms of the joint-venture agreement.’

SIGMA3 Integrated Reservoir Solutions has acquired APEX Petroleum

Engineering, APEXHiPoint and HiPoint Reservoir Imaging.

Private equity fund Pelican Energy Partners has raised $103.6 million. Partners include Mike Scott, Philip Burguières and John Huff.

Fugro has acquired EMU, an independent marine survey and environmental consultancy specialist with annual revenues of over € 20 million.

BB Visual Group has acquired OilTeams SRL, a provider of WITSML-based tools and services for well monitoring.

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