The oil services giant is planning more changes to deal with sharply lower oil prices and drilling activity as demand fell from COVID-19 pandemic impacts.
News & Analysis: Schlumberger
Oil prices rose and so did shares of energy services companies, as investors hope the worst is over in the oil patch.
The recovery among these oilfield services stocks was tepid. Here's why.
Yields are high and one company looks better than the other, but don't jump in without looking.
SLB earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
The energy industry is crashing. Is it time to get greedy with two of the industry's largest service providers?
The coronavirus-driven oil price decline hasn't been helpful to Schlumberger Limited, and investors are worried.
It's not easy being an oil services company, but this one is built to last and is gaining ground on its peers.
For the three biggest companies in the sector, lackluster earnings and tumbling prices ruled the day.
The oilfield services giant may not be out of the woods yet. However, you shouldn't miss these key positive factors.