Done deals

Cach for ArkEx, Cisco buys Composite, Emerson and Groveley, Enoia bags Babcock Borsig, IHS acquires PFC Energy, Invensys and Sarla, Schlumberger buys Gushor, UtiliPoint shuts up shop.

ArkEx has raised $15 million in equity from Paris-based 4D Global Energy Advisors. The monies will be used to expand ARKeX’ full tensor gravity gradiometry data library and services.

Cisco is to acquire data virtualization specialist Composite Software in a $180 million deal involving cash and retention-based incentives. Composite’s data virtualization offering will be rolled into Cisco’s SolveDirect integration platform.

Emerson Process Management has acquired UK-based Groveley Detection, provider of ultrasonic gas leak detection solutions for oil and gas installations. Groveley will integrate Emerson’s Rosemount business unit.

Netherlands-headquartered Enoia has acquired Chennai, India-based Babcock Borsig Softech Engineering, a multi-disciplinary design and engineering consultancy.

IHS has acquired PFC Energy, a provider of energy information and research and advisory services to the global oil and gas industry.

Invensys has acquired the SmartGlance mobile reporting technology from Sarla Analytics. SmartGlance provides KPIs of operational data sources to mobile devices leveraging a software as a service model. SmartGlance will integrate Invensys’ Wonderware brand.

Schlumberger has acquired Gushor, a Canadian-based petroleum geochemistry and fluid analysis company that provides innovative production and exploration solutions in the heavy oil and oil sand (HOOS) industry.

UtiliPoint has rolled down its services globally and is to finalize all its operations this month.

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