Schlumberger's Chief Financial Officer, Simon Avat, said Friday the oilfield services major will likely reduce its employment levels in the coming months, Dow Jones reports.
The world's largest oilfield services company, Schlumberger cut some 5,000, or 6%, of its 84,000 global employees in the first round of layoffs announced in January amid a worldwide downturn in oil and gas activity and weakened crude prices.
In the last five years, Schlumberger, whose principal offices are in Houston, Paris and The Hague, recruited 11,613 engineers from 140 countries and 8,754 specialists, spent $200 million on two new training centers and saw strong overall profits, according to a Dow Jones report.
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