Done deals

ALS, Reservoir Group, Epsis, Arild Bøe, Lloyds Register, Senergy, Aker, CEDA, Citec, DrillMap, Flotek, Integrated Mission Solutions, KKR, Nvidia, Aramco Energy Ventures, Sagentia, RigNet.

Australian Laboratory Services (ALS) has acquired Reservoir Group in a $533 million transaction.

Epsis and Arild Bøe have established a new company Production Monitoring.

Lloyd’s Register is acquiring Senergy.

Aker Solutions has acquired asset integrity management specialist International Design Engineering and Services, IDEAS.

CEDA International has acquired the Quality Group, provider of services to energy companies in Alberta.

Citec has bought Norwegian oil and gas engineering company M7 Offshore.

DrillMap has closed a $6.5 million funding round led by Rockport Capital that included ConocoPhillips.

Flotek Industries is planning to acquire enhanced recovery specialist Eclipse IOR Services in a $6.5 million cash and paper deal.

DC Capital Partners affiliate Integrated Mission Solutions is acquiring Michael Baker Corp. for $397 million, a 37% premium on its share price before the deal.

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts has taken a 27% stake in RigNet.

Nvidia is acquiring the Portland Group, provider of compilers and tools for high performance computing—notably Cuda Fortran.

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures has taken a stake in InflowControl AS.

Sagentia Group has acquired OTM Consulting.

Inmarsat has sold its retail energy operations to RigNet for $25 million. The deal includes microwave and WiMAX networks in the Gulf of Mexico, VSAT interests and its worldwide telecommunications systems integration business. 2012 revenues for the unit were $81 million.

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