A key priority of the joint venture will be strengthening research and engineering investment, including complementary projects with the parent companies, towards the integration of the complete subsea production system from pore space to the export point, in order to unlock reservoir potential from our customer’s subsea developments.
Credit Suisse acted as financial advisor to Cameron. Goldman, Sachs & Co. acted as financial advisor to Schlumberger.
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