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How to apply:

For Field Engineer & Petro-Technical Career, please send your resume to:

recruiter@beijing.oilfield.slb.com

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For REMS positions at Shanghai CMS, please send your resume to:

recruiter@shanghai.oilfield.slb.com

The career for you?

We’ll tell you how it is for us.


Schlumberger is the leading

oilfield services provider, trusted to deliver superior results, including

improved exploration and production performance, for oil and gas

companies around the world. Knowledge, technical innovation and

teamwork are at the center of who we are. Worldwide, our engineers,

scientists and other specialists supply technology, project management

and information solutions to an industry that is vital to the global economy.

The company employs

more than 108,000 people of over 140 nationalities working in more than

80 countries. Our belief that no culture has a monopoly on creativity has

given us access to the best people, no matter where they were born.

Our diversity and our culture

encourage our view of ourselves as global citizens. We place high value

on the quality of our behavior as an employer, a supplier, a client, and as

members of the communities in which we live and work. As such we are

committed to find solutions to climate change, to having a positive

impact on health, safety and the environment opportunities for youth.

For more information, please visit:

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Schlumberger, an extraordinary blend of talented people

From the moment you join us

you will begin with a structured training program that provides you with

the resources and confidence to deliver technology and service to our

client. You might start you career in field engineering and later change

to a petrotechnical role, or vice verse. You might start as a scientist in

the field and then bring the knowledge you’ve gained into the research,

development and manufacturing environment. Working for Schlumberger

is like having multiple careers and experiences—all in one company.

Your career will be anything but static

Over time, you will have the flexibility to move between functions,

technologies and geographies. As your career progresses, we will

provide you with the training needed to continuously develop skills

that will help you pursue further opportunities within Schlumberger.

We promote from within based on merit, and depending on your

drive and performance, you can achieve successes quickly.

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What is a Field Engineer?

Do you want to work with some of the world’s most advanced

technology as an engineer today? Do you want to prepare for a

career as a manager in the near future? Does the thought of

sitting in a cubicle all day sound terribly dull? Schlumberger

Oilfield Services is a recognized technology leader, providing

products, services and solutions to the oil and gas exploration

and production (E&P) industry.

The Growing Need for Engineering Talent

Oil and natural gas supply almost two-thirds of the world’s energy

needs today and are likely to continue to do so for many decades

to come. Even with the rapid development of alternative sources

of energy, more efficient consumption of hydrocarbons, and

necessary mitigation of carbon dioxide emissions, the demand

for oil and gas will strengthen, driven by the world’s developing

economies.

In this landscape, the exploration and production (E&P) industry is

increasingly challenged to bring new supplies on line, on time,

and at acceptable cost.

While the world is not running out of oil and gas reserves anytime

soon, their future development poses significant challenges for an

industry that has only recently emerged from a long period of

under-investment.

New exploration, some of which has already begun, will be

hampered by the remoteness, inaccessibility, or geological

complexity of many areas.

Reservoirs that have been producing for many years require

increasing effort to sustain, and production levels as performance

declines become progressively more difficult to reserve. To

overcome these challenges, new ways of working, new

technologies, and new business relationships are necessary

components of the E&P industry’s response.

At The Centre of The Action

The Schlumberger Field Engineer position is a demanding,

sometimes physical job involving complex technology utilized

to optimize solutions for our clients. The information and services

the Field Engineer provides help clients locate, evaluate, and

produce oil and gas reservoirs more efficiently. As a Field Engineer,

you will be completely responsible for all aspects of the

Schlumberger operation at the job site, be it a seismic vessel, an

offshore oil rig, or a desert land rig.

Starting positions are available throughout China and internationally,

virtually anywhere oil and gas are found. Field Engineers are given a

great deal of independence and responsibility early in their careers

and must have a high degree of self-sufficiency.

The job requires the ability to work under pressure and thrive in a variety

of outdoor, 24-hour work environments. A sense of adventure is a must!

Do You Have What It Takes?

Schlumberger is looking for individuals who seek challenges, are

self-motivated, and have a high energy level to apply for the Field

Engineer position.

Leave the business suit behind: Our dress code is coveralls, hardhats,

steel-toed boots, and safety glasses!

Basic Requirements Are:

BS or MS in the following majors:

Engineering & Applied Sciences

Petroleum Engineering

Geology

Geomatics & Geodesy and others

Strong academic record..

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What is a PetroTechnical Expert?

The oil and gas industry is booming as worldwide demand for hydrocarbon takes off.

At Schlumberger, our business is to help oil and gas companies meet today’s massive

exploration and production related (E&P) challenges. Our petrotechnical experts play a

vital role in our success.

As the leading E&P technology services company, Schlumberger has thousands of

petrotechnical experts - geoscientists, petroleum engineers and IT specialists -

providing technical analysis of the world’s oil and gas fields.

A distinctive lifestyle, in a truly multinational community.

If you’re fascinated by the idea of working in the petrotechnical field, join us and

develop your technical talents to the highest level.

Do You Have What It Takes?

As a graduate, with or without a postgraduate qualification, there are several ways to join

the Schlumberger petrotechnical team. You can join as a petrotechnical expert, and work in

a dedicated petrotechnical team based in one of our over 80 countries around the world.

We also recruit people with information technology (IT) background to serve as project

managers, systems engineers, or IT specialists.

Or you can be hired as a field engineer, working outdoors in the oilfields, and discover first

hand how to deliver operational services to our customers. Later, you can cross-train to a

petrotechnical domain.

Your career will be technical, dynamic and multi-dimentional.

You can flourish as an expert in your own field - and go right to the top in terms of

reward and respect - if that’s what suits you. Or you can follow a different route, involving

business, people, or project management. The choice is yours.

You’ll be making a direct input to economic development and technological

progress - helping our customers work smarter and develop more energy efficient solutions.

There are many opportunities to make a broader contribution to society. Our

diversity and our culture lead to our view of ourselves as global citizens. We place high value

on the quality of our behavior as an employer, a supplier, a client and as members of the

communities in which we live and work.

Our people agree:

the work may sometimes be very demanding, the conditions are often extreme, the challenges

are enormous - but Schlumberger is an intensely rewarding, stimulating and fun

place to be!

Basic Requirements Are:

BS, MS, PhD in the following majors:

Earth Sciences

Geology

Geomechanics

Geophysics

Mathematics and Physics

Engineering & Applied Sciences

Petroleum Engineering

Computer Engineering & Science

Information Science

And others.

Strong academic record.

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Field Engineer Career Path

Unlimited Opportunities

Technical Marketing and Sales Personnel

General Field Engineer

Senior Engineer

Field Engineer

Trainee

Orientation

Petrotechnical Career Path

Up to 2 years

30-36 months

Operations Management

After following an initial 30-36 month Structured Career Development Path, Field Engineers spend up

to two years in the field as a General Field Engineer . Field Engineers can then move into a variety of

different jobs over the course of their career within Schlumberger.

18 months

2 weeks

Unlimited Opportunities

Technical Marketing and Sales Operations

General Field Engineer

Senior Engineer

Field Engineer

@ccess @ccess Program

Trainee Trainee

Orientation

Operations Management

Petrotechnical Experts

36 months

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Some Questions We Thought You Might Ask:

Q: What are the living and working conditions like for Field Engineer?

A: Working close to our customers means that you will work in a variety of

environments. Living conditions range from remote villages in the desert

to large capital cities. Wherever you work, you will be connected through

the Schlumberger intranet to a global network providing support and

sharing knowledge.

Q: What about the work schedule for Field Engineer?

A: This is not a typical Monday to Friday, 9 - 5 job. The work is technically

demanding and hours are long for Field Engineers. The work schedule

varies depending on customer requirements. They can spend days or

weeks on assignments. However we recognize the need for rest and

days off.

Q: What possibilities exist for transfers and international assignments?

A: You can either start your career abroad or in your home country. Exposure

to different locations and environments are encouraged (as frequently as

every 2 years)

Q: What is the timing and durations of the training

program for Field Engineer?

A: In the initial phase of your career as a Field Engineer, you will receive

intensive training in technical theory and applications, troubleshooting,

procedures, safety, crew management, and client interaction - everything

you will need to know to excel in your new job. Field Engineers progress

through a structured training program lasting 30-36 months and spend an

average of 5 years, in total, working in the �eld. This experience prepares

the Field Engineer for advancement into a variety of management,

technical, marketing and personnel roles.

Q: How is diversity put into action at Schlumberger?

A: We recruit where we work and have been doing so for more than 30 years.

In addition, we have an active program to recruit and promote women in

the organization. Today, the results of our initiatives are evident in the

diverse mix of our executives. Every person has the same opportunity to

reach the very top levels of Schlumberger.

Q: How do Schlumberger salaries and bene�ts compare

to those of other companies?

A: Our goal is to attract and retain the best people from around the world, and

to do so we provide competitive packages in the markets and industries in

which we work. This is achieved through a variety of cash-based and

deferred bene�ts combinations. We also recognize individual contributions

and reward personal performance through expanding international careers,

stock option awards and other �nancial incentives.

Q: How do I balance work and family life?

A: We believe a good balance between work and family life is healthy. Some

of the programs we provide include generous vacation allowances,

sponsored �tness programs, personal development leave, Dual Career

couple support, telecommuting, netmeeting, and video-conferencing to

minimize business travel.

Q: Does the company sponsor degrees in higher

education for employees?

A: We encourage and support advanced technical and management degrees

based on business needs. We have partnerships with several universities

that provide formal degree programs for our employees.

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Q: Does Schlumberger have a sustainable development program?

A: Schlumberger believes that the availability of affordable and safe energy is a

critical contribution to economic and social development. We support the goals

of sustainable development through ethical behavior and sound environmental

management systems. We also contribute to the countries in which we live and

work by creating jobs, training and developing people, promoting diversity and

equal opportunity, investing in technology know-how, and contributing to the

educational opportunities of young people.

Q: How will I be trained?

A: Schlumberger believes training is an essential component of personnel

development. That commitment is evident from the start. Every graduate who

joins Schlumberger follows a training program that lasts about three years. You’ll

make a real contribution from the beginning, learning from experts while working

with customers on critical data and projects. Training is not limited to recent

graduates. Mid-career recruits also undertake a training program, which may be

tailored to your individual experiences and job responsibility.

Q: How will my career be managed as a Petrotechnical Expert?

A: Promotion at Schlumberger is based on merit; it’s not automatic. So you have to

demonstrate that you are prepared to take on responsibility early and work hard

to deliver. You’ll get plenty of support through our career development program

for petrotechnical experts, with a dedicated Domain Career Leader for each

petrotechnical domain. You will be able to share technical knowledge freely

through our internal communities of practice. We also have a sophisticated

competency development system to help you identify any skill gaps you may

need to �ll before moving onto your next chosen challenge.

Q: Can I have a purely technical career in Schlumberger

as a Petrotechnical Expert?

A: De�nitely. We recognize that technical specialists are the lifeblood of our

business, and that stretching the boundaries of technology means giving our

experts the freedom to concentrate on ideas, solutions, technology and

interaction…rather than managing people, budgets or businesses. Our technical

ladder can take you right through to become a “Schlumberger Fellow”:

one of a selected group of internationally recognized, respected and very well

rewarded leaders in our industry.

Q: Will I need to be mobile to work for Schlumberger

as a Petrotechnical Expert?

A: It certainly helps, especially if you really want to make the most of the

opportunities offered. Many Schlumberger people have taken an international

career path before, and our support networks are well established. But whether

you’re a single person, a couple, or a family, we help you adapt to the new country

and culture. So wherever you go within the Schlumberger organization,

you’ll feel at home.

Q: What is the @ccess Training Program?

A: The @ccess program gives you a unique opportunity to gain exposure to the �eld

before you join the related business segment or domain as a petrotechnical expert.

If selected, you will start in one of our business segments, working outside in the

oil�elds for 18 months. After this, you will move to our Data and Consulting

Services segment. During this time, we will give you further training on various

technologies, under the mentorship of a domain champion or a senior

petrotechnical expert. Thirty-six months after starting with Schlumberger, you will

have bene�ted from an invaluable range of job experiences and training, enabling

you to become a domain Expert.

Exceptional challenge... Unparalleled opportunity

When did you first hear about Schlumberger?

While I was working offshore for China National Oil Offshore

Corporation (CNOOC) between 1995 and 2000, I met quite a few

Schlumberger field engineers and got to know the company

through them.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

The technology, the career development, and the opportunities

for working abroad.

What were your first impressions?

This is a well-organized company with superior training programs

and full of young, energetic people.

Please tell us about your career history and

your current job.

After joining Schlumberger in year 2000, I worked as a field

engineer for Artificial Lift (ALS), a product & service segment of

Schlumberger. I was assigned to offshore work on rotation

schedule, 28 days on and 28 days off for 3 years, to troubleshoot

and repair high voltage variable speed drives (VSD) and electrical

submersible pumps (ESP), which was an easy part of my life and

career looking back from now. Before long, I was promoted to be

an application engineer working at Beijing office. That position

involved working closely with clients and assisting with designs,

equipment requirements, job preparation, and analysis of all

related operations.

My first overseas assignment came in April 2006. Having acquired

sound knowledge about our technologies and the realities of the

field, I was promoted to technical sales engineer, based at Miri,

Malaysia. I was all by myself to cover east Malaysia, Philippines

and Brunei Artificial Lift business and operations. In the busiest

year 2007, I used up 3 passports due to frequent travels between

the three countries. But I also enjoyed this assignment to view

the beautiful rain forest of east Malaysia and learned diving for

the first time. In 2008, after plenty of sweat, hard work and some

success stories in east Malaysia, I was promoted to ALS

Operations Manager of Brunei, Malaysia and Philippines (BMP).

Now I am back in China as the ALS Operations Manager for China,

Japan and Korea (CHG) and also the Shekou base manager. I must

admit managing CHG ALS business while taking care of the base,

ZHOU Zhenguo

Operations Manager

CHG Artificial Lift

Shekou, China

“Work hard and play hard”

and at the same time doing my company sponsored master degree

education isn’t easy at all! But I enjoyed it as much I enjoyed all

my past years with Schlumberger. This is a true international

company full of challenges and equal opportunities!

How do you see your career progression

in Schlumberger?

In my first 5 years with Schlumberger, I just enjoyed whatever

was offered and did not think too much about my career

development. Only in 2005, I started to think about my future. In

year 2006 when I passed my General Field Engineer (GFE) control,

during my Career Orientation Review (COR) with my managers, I

set my ambitious goal to become Operations Manager in 5 years

time. Once I committed to this goal and worked my hardest

towards it, my effort was finally paid off and dream became

true in just two years.

What do you do in your spare time?

I have a broad range of interests. Basketball, table tennis,

photography, hiking and camping, diving and underwater

photography, learning Wing Chun martial art are my favorite

pastimes. The diving experience in Malaysia was best of all in

my life so far. I have always believed in working hard and

playing hard.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you

to succeed in Schlumberger?

I am not smarter than any others, but I am one of the hardest

workers and I am honest to everyone.

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

Energetic, Challenge, Opportunities.

What advices would you like to give to those

who are considering joining Schlumberger?

If you like challenges, join Schlumberger; If you believe you are

a piece of gold and want to shine, join Schlumberger; If you

want to see the different part of the world, join Schlumberger;

If you want an easy and stable life, stay back!

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ZHANG Jing Jing

Sales Manager

CHG Testing Services

Beijing, China

In earlier years in my career, I was proud of: I am lucky enough doing things that I like like in my career,

and unconsciously made a good living. Never felt I am ‘working’, but enjoying a fascinating journey.

After many years, I felt lucky that with opportunities exposed to different functions within SLB, I have

been able to quickly quickly identify what I dislike without trying some other careers. Surprisingly, my talent

and potential have been explored and developed dramatically along the way.

When/where did did you �rst �rst hear about about Schlumberger?

In my sophomore year at my university.

What attracted you you to apply to Schlumberger?

Challenges and its Excellence.

When When you started working for Schlumberger, Schlumberger, what was your �rst �rst impression about this company and your job?

My �rst �rst impression about this company was professional and dynamic, my impression about the job was was challenging but lots of fun!

Please tell us about your career history and and your current current job.

My career history is more like a global travel.

Started as a Field Engineer, Engineer, based in Paris and worked all over Europe and Africa; moved to Dubai, and then Qatar, while staying in Mideast

I grew from a FE to a GFE, then Lead Engineer; relocated relocated to the U.S, U.S, as Testing U.S Land Service Delivery Manager; moved back to France,

as Testing Instructor in European Leaning Center. After 6 years overseas overseas assignment, �rst �rst time I work back in China, my current job is CHG

Testing Services Sales Manager.

How do you see your future career progression in Schlumberger?

No wonder it will be another challenge, as it is always. Important factors coming to play are: Hard Work, Belief, and a little bit luck!

What do you do in your spare time?

1st, I work!

2nd, I try to free myself from working, do some exercise exercise or workout to keep �t. �t.

3rd, if I still have any luxury time left, which rarely is the case, I dedicate the time to my parents, parents, friends and pursue pursue my own interest

(good food, shopping, movie, movie, reading, etc.)

What are the key personal qualities that allow you to succeed in Schlumberger?

Schlumberger?

Love challenge; Fortitudinous; Strong belief; Hard working working & optimistic.

The three words you think which can describe the company best.

Leader, Challenge, Diversity.

What advices would you like to give to those who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Know yourself, know what company SLB is, Know what you want, then make your choice. If you are excited about SLB career, career, do apply!

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When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

I first heard about Schlumberger in a recruiting event hold in my

university back in 2001. Although I chose graduate study at

that time, I fortunately joined Schlumberger three years later.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

I was and have always been attracted by the life experience and

career path which differentiate me from many of the peers who

spend almost every day in the office without a change. If you will

enjoy working in the green jungle, in the yellow desert, or above

the blue ocean and appreciate the beauty of the nature, then you

will find it attractive as I do. If you’d like to explore all possibilities

of a career by hopping among different job roles - field engineer,

engineering & development, line management, sales, personnel,

supply chain, etc. - without limitation, please join us.

When you started working for Schlumberger,

what was your first impression about

this company and your job?

On the same day I arrived at my first location, I immediately found

out those people covered by blue worked hard, but played

even harder.

Please tell us about your career history and

your current job.

In 2003 I had the opportunity to work in Schlumberger Tangu base

as a vacation trainee for several weeks. Then in 2004 I started my

career as D&M FE in Ecuador, a beautiful country. Having spent 3

years in the field to complete the fixed step training, I was promoted

to Service Quality Coach position in 2007 at the same location. At

the beginning of 2008 I was transferred to Beijing Geoscience Center

as an InTouch Engineer, a job that bridges our tech center and the field,

as well as a key role for commercializing one top R&D project at that

time. In the middle of 2009 I was transferred out of China again, and

became the Operations Support Manager for D&M ECR (an area

includes Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Ivory Coast, and Chad).

After 12 months in that position, in Sep 2010 I returned to China and

started the current assignment which is D&M West China FSM &

OFS Korla Base Manager.

My current job is actually two roles. I am the Field Service Manager

for D&M segment in West China. FSM is widely recognized as one

of the toughest positions in this company. A FSM manages the

daily operations at the front line; communicates and maintains a

KE Ning

D&M Field Service Manager

OFS Base Manager

West China

Korla, China

healthy relationship with the customers; sells up our technologies;

manages a team of engineers and technicians; controls the Health,

Safety, Environment and Service Quality risks; and maintains the

profitability through proper financial management. Meanwhile, I’m

also the OFS Korla Base Manager who is in charge of a base hosting

more than 100 employees and contractors. In this role I manage the

facility, employees and contractors for shared services, coordinate

different segments to gain synergy, and also interact with the

customers and government as the local representative of

the company.

How do you see your future career progression

in Schlumberger?

In near future I would like to continue with line management path and

move up with more responsibilities, or become a Product Champion

managing the development and commercialization of a product or

technology in one of our tech centers.

What do you do in your spare time?

I like spending my spare time with the family. I’m also a fan of movies,

travelling and sports especially tennis.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you to

succeed in Schlumberger?

I can’t call my career with Schlumberger a success, yet. But I see the

successful people around me are all quick learners. They are confident,

adaptive to changes, hard working, persuasive and creative.

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

Variety, Change ,Talent.

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When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

One of my best friends from the same university joined SLB one year earlier than me. She mentioned about the lifestyle and experiences

she had in her first year in SLB, which was quite attractive to me.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

I still remember the three key words emphasized by the SLB recruiter when I applied to SLB: people, technology and profit. I am quite

confident on that joining SLB has brought benefits for both me and the company. Lifestyle which involves a lot of travelling was also

another key reason for me to apply SLB.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was your first impression about this company and your job?

I started my SLB career in 2003. Many nice, smart and interesting people coming from all over the world was the first impression that I

had for the company. The job seemed to be completely strange for me.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I spent nearly 3 years in Middle East (U.A.E, Qatar, Oman) working as a D&M field engineer. Then I got transferred to Indonesia, where

I finished my GFE (General Field Engineer) promotion and worked as a Service Quality Coach as well as Operation Support Engineer. I got

transferred to China in 2009 as a Field Training Champion, which is one of my favorite jobs so far. In late 2010, I changed my role to Field

Service Manager, a very challenging job back to operation again.

How do you see your future career progression in Schlumberger?

I would like to try different role in some support functions, Training & Staffing, Personnel and also Supply Chain. This would actually help

me do a good job in operations eventually.

What do you do in your spare time?

My son has taken a lot of my spare time since 2008. I am trying my best to keep a good work-life balance. So far it is good. Travelling and

reading are also something that I always want to spend time on.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you to succeed in Schlumberger?

Communication, team work, flexibility, adaptability are all very important.

What advices would you like to give to those who are considering joining Schlumberger?

There is an old Chinese saying: no pain, no gain.

GUO Jing

D&M Field Service Manager

Tanggu, China

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When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

I heard about Schlumberger from one of my teacher’s friends

when I was doing my master’s degree. She is an American,

PhD in Geology, and an employee of Schlumberger; she came

to China to hike from the original beginning of the Great Wall.

I was her guide in Jiayuguan. She told me about her work

experience in the USA, Egypt, and Africa. I was so impressed,

because at that time I had only worked and lived in one small

city in west China.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

I like to travel and enjoy teamwork in a multi-culture environment.

I’ve worked in a project in Sahara Desert, Algeria, 20 team

members, 11 different nationalities. English is the working

language, but also we speak another 9 different language.

It is a memorable experience for me.

When you started working for Schlumberger,

what was your first impression about

this company and your job?

My first impression was the training in Schlumberger is quite

good and systematic, lots of new stuff to learn, and the courses

are tailored for my job. These training have helped me prepare

for my services to clients.

Please tell us about your career history and

your current job.

After I graduated in 1997, I worked several years in China

national oil company. In 2000 I went to China University of

Petroleum (Beijing) for master degree. In 2002 I joined

Schlumberger as a reservoir engineer in Data & Consulting

Service segment. I was assigned to 3 locations in China:

Urumqi, Beijing and Shenzhen. In early 2007, I was transferred

to the Middle East as Reservoir Domain Champion; At the end

of 2009 I was transferred to Africa and have been here ever

since.

LIU Chun Lin

Reservoir Domain Champion

D&M NGA GeoMarket

Lagos, Nigeria

“Staying curious and looking for challenges…”

How do you see your future career progression

in Schlumberger?

It has been 9 years I work for Schlumberger, I am positive

about the future but I would not forecast in details what

will happen. In Schlumberger, we always challenge our

best to provide the best solution package in the market to

answer oilfield needs. I enjoy the teamwork, like learning

& sharing knowledge, and look for more challenges, I think

these are my main motivations and can be found

in Schlumberger.

What do you do in your spare time?

I try to spend my spare time with my wife and daughter,

but sometime it is a challenge to manage a work/life

balance within Schlumberger. Currently I’m working in

Nigeria, but my family still lives in Beijing due to visa

application and my daughter’s schooling. Also in spare

time, we like to do some sports, like swiming, hiking.

During the vacation, we like to travel in beautiful places,

where have rivers, mountains…

What are the key personal qualities that

allow you to succeed in Schlumberger?

I believe staying curious and keeping learning are the

key qualities to succeed in Schlumberger. Other than

that, creativity, dedication and hardworking is also

important.

The three words you think which can

describe the company best.

Challenging, Creative and Blue.

What advices would you like to give to those

who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Don’t be afraid of the difficulties in your work. The

more you work, the more you learn. The more you

learn, the more confident you are. And be honest

and fair to yourself and to others, be patient, you

will get reward sooner or later.

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Xun LI

Operations Manager

CHG Wireline

Beijing, China

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

A friend told me about Schlumberger when I was in my third year at

university. I had never thought about working in the petroleum industry

until I applied to Schlumberger. I graduated from Tsinghua University,

with a major in mechanical engineering. Schlumberger opened the way

to a new, exciting journey for me.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

At that time, as a student, when applied the job nearly 10 years ago,

certainly I was attracted by the unique way of working, a multicultural

environment, and opportunities to travel around the world.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was your

first impression about this company and your job?

Everyone works very hard, and plays hard too.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I started working for SLB as a Field Engineer, working at front line field

operation in several different countries and regions for more than 4 years

(South-East Asia to Middle East), experienced oilfield life in the jungle,

desert and offshore rig in the Ocean. Then I was assigned as Field

Service Manager in West-Central China for more than 1 year, through

which I learned more about Petroleum industry in China domestic.

In 2008-2009, I worked as recruiting manager of the GeoMarket,

connecting SLB with top universities to attract talented and ambitious

students into SLB, into this different, exciting career. With further

career development purpose, I was transferred to Paris, working in

Wireline HQ as Asset Manager, gained further understanding of the

industry and the company in larger scale and bigger picture.

Mid of 2010, I was moved back to China again, based on both company

needs and personal desire, I started my current job, as Operations

Manager for Wireline, to push business move further in this region,

to ensure the Pioneer position of Wireline Measurement in this industry,

“Diversity Culture,

Worldwide Opportunities!”

to apply most advanced technology solving more and more oilfield

exploration and production challenges China faces now and the near

future. And our team is top-class and in high spirits. We are ready for

the challenges and we are encouraged to go far and beyond.

How do you see your future career progression

in Schlumberger?

Schlumberger has provided me many chances to grow and develop in

the past nearly 10 years, yet, I am happy and still feel excited about

my current job, and every new assignment. Being realistic, I am

optimistic about my future career in Schlumberger, and certainly

every opportunity will only be grabbed by the person who is ready for it.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you

to succeed in Schlumberger?

Hardworking, Self-motivate, and Have courage in front of challenges.

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

Technology, Diversity & Quality.

首行文字

What advices would you like to give to those who are

considering joining Schlumberger?

If you are looking for unique/different life (even though sometimes

quite difficult), come to join SLB. It’s a career and life full of challenges,

to test your full potential, and you will gain confidence in you than you

could ever think of, through these constant challenges. And, it is brilliant

we work and progress with world-class professionals in this process.,

“Ideas come from

Honest Discussions”

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

I heard the word “Schlumberger“ in my freshman year. I was in the

class of “The Basic Principles of Logging” - the world's first logging

curve was invented by Schlumberger brothers.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

Schlumberger is a famous and giant international oilfield services

company.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what

was your first impression about this company

and your job?

My colleagues were from difference countries speaking different

“English”, but everyone always enjoys the friendly and easily

environment within cultures difference.

When I joined Schlumberger in January of 1997, it was my first

time to use E-mail to communicate with the world, even I had

used computer for more than 7 years.

Please tell us about your career history and your

current job.

I am a result-oriented person who like changes. After six years

working in PetroChina, I joined Schlumberger Geoquest China in

1997 as software technical support engineer. In the company’s

excellent training system, I paid big efforts to learn all new

geosciences technologies. Three years later, I got quite familiar

with my daily job and was able to take new challenges. I decided

to ask for a job in the area of account management. My

management fully supported me and I started my assignment as

sales engineer. This position opened a new path for me. Since

that, almost every two or three years, I change to a new

assignment: managing different accounts such as PetroChina East,

PetroChina HQ, CNOOC etc. Many challenges, a lot to learn

and learned.

SONG Guangchen

Operations Manager

CHG SIS

Beijing, China

In 2007, I was prompted to become Global Account Manager for

CNOOC to coordinate all Schlumberger segments business

activities related to CNOOC worldwide. This job gave me another

fantastic chance to learn how to communicate with the people

from different domains and provide integrated solutions to the

client at a very high level.

Then two and a half years later, my job was changed once again,

this time I was assigned as Operations Manager for SIS CHG (China,

Japan & Korea). My responsibility is a combination of leading a

top-notch team, developing people, delivering values to our clients,

promoting new technologies, marketing & sales, QHSE, etc. My

current job has been completely different from the job I had when

I joined Schlumberger 14 years ago.

How do you see your career progression

in Schlumberger?

Schlumberger provides me an environment which is suitable for

my long term career development and always makes me feel fresh.

What do you do in your spare time?

I always try to keep up with my interests in my spare time besides

hard working. Through the years, I have had different interests,

now I am changing my interests from Ping Pong game, computer

and new electronics to golf and tea, and sometime I enjoy Jade...

What are the key personal qualities that allow you to

succeed in Schlumberger?

Positive work attitude is the key.

What advices would you like to give to those who are

considering joining Schlumberger?

Communication is very important. Efficient and accurate

communication keeps us informed, that brings the sound

judgment and decision.

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ZHAO Geng

Field Service Manager

CHG Completions

Tanggu, China

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

I had no idea about Schlumberger until I attended the Schlumberger

career talk hold in BUAA at the end of 2002.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

After this career talk in my university, I went to the recruiting session

and hoped to know more about this company. This choice changed my

career path. I still remember, a young field engineer showed us his

passport, instead of one thin book, that was a thick “dictionary”,

about 4 or 5 passports packed together. That’s the initial image of

Schlumberger career in my mind, travelling without borders, which

I was dreaming for quite a long time. After some further talk with

this engineer about Schlumberger culture and working style and

training program, my heart was ignited. This company is so different,

giving unexpected experiences all the time, no matter from the work

or from the personal life. You will find this special attraction of

Schlumberger if you like changes and challenges, and have a spirit

of taking on unexpected.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was

your first impression about this company and your job?

Schlumberger is a real multicultural company, and all nationalities are

equal in this company. The candidates, from different countries, are

all talented. You may easily recognize Schlumberger people in any

strange place due to their strong Schlumberger style personalities,

such as energetic, optimistic, extroversive and synergic.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I was on board in October, 2003 as a junior SWT engineer, assigned to

Norway. After half a year work life in Norway, I was transferred to

Paris, France as a REX engineer. I worked in several countries under

this REX program for more than 2 years, including France, Holland,

Chad and Azerbaijan. Then I was assigned to Douala, Cameroon as

a Completion engineer. During that time, I got many chances to work

in Malabo, EG. In 2008, I was transferred to Tanggu, China as a

Completion DESC engineer, mainly working on CCLT Sand control

project. One year later, I moved to Beijing, China, started to work

for marketing and sales. From 2010 till now, I am working in Tanggu

as CHG Completions FSM. What I want to stress here is, before I

moved back to China, my passport had become a “dictionary”.

“Unlimited opportunities in Schlumberger,

as long as you keep moving forward.”

首行文字

What do you do in your spare time?

Travelling is my favorite. Me and my wife have left our footprints in many

European countries, such as France, Holland, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal

and Switzerland. Now we have planned to travel to more Asian countries

and more cities in China. When I have more time, I like enjoying the big

family life and also find more fun with my friends such as badminton

playing, fishing and mountain climbing.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you

to succeed in Schlumberger?

Responsibility and initiative. Do not limit yourself for fear of new situation.

Challenge yourself always will push you to learn more, to work more and

open more career opportunities in Schlumberger.

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

Fair: in terms of career development environment;

Rich: in terms of huge knowledge database, high standard skills, advanced

techniques and supper experts;

Borderless: in terms of learning style, working style and career development.

What advices would you like to give to those

who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Forget “give up” in your dictionary, bravely and logically face any challenge

in your work and life, enjoy changes which may lead you to another

opportunity.

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

I heard Schlumberger from university friends in 1996 during job hunting.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

Good pay + Travel + Lifestyle full of unexpected.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was your

first impression about this company and your job?

My first job was Coiled Tubing Field Engineer trainee, and my first

deepest impression was the “Super” high morale in the field team.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I joined Schlumberger in 1997 as a Well Services (WS) segment Field

Engineer based in Shekou, China. In 2000, I was transferred to Prudhoe

Bay, Alaska and started my first overseas assignment. In 2002 – 2005,

I served as an in-house technical support engineer for BP operations,

based in Stavanger, Norway. After that assignment, I moved to Beijing

as WS Sales Manager for China area. In 2006-2007, I managed

Schlumberger OFS Tanggu base as well as the Field Service Manager

for WS segment in Tanggu. In 2007-2009, I moved to Beijing again

and worked as WS Operations Manager for CHG GeoMarket (China,

Japan & Korea).

In 2009, I moved to Dubai, U.A.E, to work as WS segment Career

Planning and Staffing Manager for Schlumberger Middle East & Asia

area. In Sept 2010, I started working at Sugarland, Houston, as

Business Systems Manager for Schlumberger WS segment.

ZHOU Wei

Business Systems Manager

Schlumberger WS

Houston, U.S.

How do you see your career progression in Schlumberger?

Through the past years with Schlumberger, I have been fortunate to:

- have opportunity to work in different geographical areas including Asia,

North America, Europe, Middle East.

- develop myself from diversified job assignments, namely: FE, DESC,

Sales Manager, Instructor, FSM, OFS Base Manager, GeoMarket

Operations Manager, Career Planning and Staffing Manager, Segment

Business Systems Manager.

- get exposure to work at location, GeoMarket, Area HQ(MEA Dubai) and

Segment HQ(WS, Sugarland).

What do you do in your spare time?

I used to play soccer 4-5 times a week during university time, this is one

of the greatest things in my memory. Started recently, I have been giving

high priority to do badminton and tennis in my spare time.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you

to succeed in Schlumberger?

Dedication, independence, persistence.

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

Dynamic, Equal opportunity, High demanding.

What advices would you like to give to those who are

considering joining Schlumberger?

- Schlumberger offers a career development opportunity, it’s far more

important in the long term than “Good pay + Travel + Lifestyle”.

- Read the book “Who Moved My Cheese”.

“Be ready to take the Challenges, be ready to manage the Dynamics”

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Research, Engineering, Manufacturing and Sustaining (REMS)

As the global demand for oil and gas continues to increase, so does the demand for solutions-based

technology. Our customers want to know how to improve production from existing fields, how to

access unconventional sources of energy, and how to find and produce hydrocarbons in increasingly

hostile environments. At Schlumberger, we believe the answers will only be found by encouraging

the best and the brightest minds to push the very limits of imagination. Inventing new technologies

is what we do.

Because our needs are so specialized, virtually everything we use in the field is created, developed,

and manufactured by our own people. The challenges they face are immense. Our solutions must

perform under conditions of extreme pressure, temperature, and environmental exposure.

In the Schlumberger Research, Engineering, Manufacturing and Sustaining (REMS) community,

you will be working with some of the very best scientists and engineers in their fields. You will be

immersed in a world where innovation is expected. As a member of the REMS team, your goal is to

become an expert in your own field, recognized and respected not just within Schlumberger, but

among your peers worldwide.

Today, more than 60 Schlumberger REMS centers locate in 17 countries worldwide.

Basic Requirements:

We need researchers, scientists, and engineers with advanced degrees

in engineering or applied science to develop and manufacture high-tech

equipment in our REMS centers worldwide.

Schlumberger REMS China looks for:

Computer Science

Software Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Geology

Geophysics

Industrial Engineering

Mathematics

Manufacturing

Mechanical Engineering

Petroleum Engineering

Physics

Supply Chain and Logistics

Schlumberger REMS China

Beijing GeoScience Center (BGC), Beijing

Schlumberger's Center of Excellence for development of acquisition and interpretation software

is strategically positioned within a science park in the heart of Beijing’s university district.

Since its opening in 1998, BGC has grown to about 260 employees— an almost equal mix of

women and men of exemplary diversity. With an average age of 33 years, virtually all are fresh

graduates from China's best universities.

BGC's petrotechnical and software domain experts work on a diversity of reservoir applications

encompassing geology, geophysics, petrophysics, geomechanics, formation testing, drilling,

well placement, and well completions.

Qingpu Product Center (QPC), Shanghai

QPC is located in the Export Processing Zone of Qingpu, situated west of Shanghai. It currently

has two main units, the Specialty Tubular Unit (STU) and The Completion Product Unit (CPU). It

will expand to include more units in the future.

The Specialty Tubular Unit (STU) is a purpose-designed facility for the manufacture of perforating

guns for use by our Wireline and Testing segments. The unit was established in May 2005 in

response to increasing volume demand from the field and rising prices charged by third-party

suppliers. The STU shipped its first production order in June 2006. Today, it produces more than

55 percent of the perforating guns used globally by Schlumberger.

The Completion Product Unit (CPU) was established in June 2006 including machine shop,

assembly and test bay facility to produce safety valves, cable protectors, solid gauge mandrels,

packers and completions accessories. The CPU started its first production order in Jan 2007.

The unit, which now employs about 230 professionals, has become the major completion

manufacturing center of Schlumberger.

The Asia Global Sourcing (AGS), Shanghai

Asia Global Sourcing (AGS), a dedicated supply chain office that leads sourcing and procurement

initiatives for EMS globally. In 2004, the China Global Sourcing was established in 2004 in central

Shanghai. In 2009, the Asia Global Sourcing was established after consolidation of global sourcing

in China, Singapore and India. It now has around 40 dedicated supply chain experts working on the

qualification of materials, parts and suppliers from throughout Asia’s vast industrial base.

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The REMS Career Path

The REMS Career Path provides you with a formal training and development program during your first 36 months in Schlumberger.

Following this period, you can choose to continue continue your career in in Research,Management, Operations, Marketing & Sales, or or Technical

paths. As part of the Technical path, theSchlumberger Eureka Technical Career (SETC) allows you to advance your your technical career at

your ownpace. SETC provides proven technical contributors with recognition, reward, reward, and influence, allowing you to build your career

without losing your technical focus.

Unlimited Opportunities

Research Technical (SETC)

Operations

Marketing and Sales Management

Research,

Engineering,

Manufacturing

and Sustaining

Training

Orientation

Schlumberger Eureka Technical Career (SETC)

The Schlumberger Eureka Technical Career (SETC) program offers technical people companywide recognition and reward, paralleling

an equivalent management progression. The SETC scheme is designed to influence employee motivation by providing significant significant

reward and recognition for demonstrated technical excellence.

The SETC progression has four four steps of technical expertise: Senior, Principle, Advisor, and Fellow.

Eureka Eureka Members

Members

Contributing

independently

36 months

Leading locally locally

In Geo Market

or REMS centre

Promotion Promotion is is based based om performance

performance

Leading widely

In Area,

Segment or REMS

Leading in

Schlumberger

and Industry

Senior Principal Advisor Schlumberger

Fellow

WHAT IS THE TECH AND FIELD PROGRAM?

It is a combined Field + REMS trainingand job exposure development program.

Selection of Tech and Field participants: done jointly by the REMS and the

Field recruiting teams.

Stage 1: International Field assignment lasting from 15 to 18 months in one

of our worldwide field locations as Field Engineer (FE).

Stage 2: Tech and Field candidates return to assigned REMS Center for at

least one assignment (approximately two-three years) bringing back the

priceless background of true field experience, enhancing two-way

communication with the field, and ensuring higher quality of final product.

Field Assignment

OFS 1 Pre-school School Post-school

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

15 – 18 months

T&F review REMS Center visit within 1

month of break-out or 10 months after

start of field assignment.

Candidates include both new hires and current employees in REMS:

Preferred new hires are graduates (MSc) or post-graduates (PhD) in

engineering or earth sciences.

Current REMS employees must have minimum of 18 months seniority

and be willing to start as FE trainees in field operations.

Full mobility is required during field assignment. We need engineers

and scientists able to work on land and sea, from arctic cold to desert

heat and virtually everywhere in between, to deliver services to our

customers on a 24/7 schedule.

As an FE, you will be onsite wherever our clients need you—whenever

they need you.

Once back in the assigned REMS Center, full mobility is no longer

required, but remains an important factor for career development.

Field Assignment

Tech and Field Program

REMS

Assignment

Return

to REMS

Centre

T&F program is an offer that you can’t get from any other

companies. You may only have this chance once in your

lifetime, so please think about it carefully.

Welcome to join us and make your story a legend in

a few years.

--- Huang Shuang, T&F Engineer in Colombia, 2008-2009

T&F program is an good opportunity to understand the

business of SLB and culture of oilfield industry. It will

give you a solid base of your career in oilfield industry

Also, you will get experience of communication with

people from different area, with different religion and

culture, in which I had a lot of fun.

--- Zhang Lei, T&F Engineer in Saudi Arabia, 2007-2009

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GUO Bin

Recruiting, Training & Development Manager

Schlumberger REMS

Paris, France

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

I learned about Schlumberger from the campus recruiting in Tsinghua University in year 2002. I was

impressed by the recruiter’s enthusiasm and excitement about the company.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

Schlumberger has good reputation of diverse career opportunities.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was your first impression about this

company and your job?

Nice working environment, enjoyable colleagues and interesting work.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I started in Schlumberger as a Software Engineer in February 2003. Then I was promoted as a Project

Manager in March 2006, managing about ten software engineers to work on a sub-system of a big

acquisition system, which serves two core Schlumberger business segments – Wireline and Drilling

& Measurements. From June 2008 till March 2011, I worked as a Product Line Manager, managing

a team around seventy people on the Framework (platform part) of the above mentioned acquisition

system. Recently I am being transferred to Paris as REMS RTD Manager (REMS – Research, Engineering,

Manufacturing, Sustaining, RTD – Recruiting, Training, Development).

How do you see your career progression in Schlumberger?

After finishing my current assignment in personnel, I would like to move to operations to further explore

other aspects of the company business and develop my knowledge and competency in different areas.

What do you do in your spare time?

Watching movies, meeting friends, shopping and enjoying good food. I like sleeping too, it helps me

recover well from intense work.

What are the key personal qualities that allow you to succeed in Schlumberger?

Proactive, positive, honest, hardworking, teamwork and communication.

The three words you think which can describe the company best.

People, Opportunity & Diversity.

What advices would you like to give to those who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Schlumberger is a company that will open a lot of career opportunities to you no matter what your

academic background is as long as you perform well on your assigned position. Also there are so many

high-quality and multi-culture people around who you can interact with and learn from.

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“Have fun and be brave!“

“When you say you are ready for challenges, make sure you are ready!”

SUN Haitao

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

While I was looking for a job before I graduated from my university.

Product Line Manager

Formation Evaluation & GeoMechanics

Beijing GeoScience Center

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was your first impression about

this company and your job?

I started to work for Schlumberger BGC in Feb. 2002. My first impression was those nice colleagues

and managers, and nice working environment.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I was hired as a software engineer in 2002. Two years later, I was promoted to be a software project

manager. In Oct. 2007, I was transferred to Schlumberger Doll-Research as a Senior Research Scientist

and worked on GeoMechanics related research work. Mid 2010, I was transferred back to BGC and

now I am in charge of Formation Evaluation & GeoMechanics Product Line.

How do you see your career progression in Schlumberger?

I was very impressed by the challenges and opportunities offered by the company. I was moved out of

my “comfort zone” a few times which had been proved as a very effective way for my career development.

What do you do in your spare time?

Before I have kids, I liked movies, novels and some sports activities. Now, my spare time is for my kids.

The three words you think which can describe the company best.

Respect, Diversity, Challenge.

What advices would you like to give to those who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Dedicate to your job and be responsive.

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LI Weijia

Project Manager

Houston, U.S.

When you started working for Schlumberger,

what was your first impression about this

company and your job?

My first impression about Schlumberger was the deeply

embedded culture of diversity. For example, the six

engineers in my first location were from five countries,

furthermore, no one felt him/herself or other colleague

alien. In terms of job, I was so excited about the high-tech

tools, the demanding operations and the full responsibility

a field engineer supposed to take when seeing a real logging job in the wellsite for the first time.

Please tell us about your career history and

your current job.

I started as a Wireline Field Engineer in India in 2003. With the systematic training courses, tutor’s guidance,

logging jobs, and, of course, a lot of hard work, I went through the fixed step training for a field engineer, from Junior Field Engineer to

Field Engineer, to Senior Field Engineer, and to General Field Engineer, which is a big milestone in my career. In 2007, I moved from the

field operations to EMS (Engineering, Manufacturing, Sustaining department) with the interest in understanding how the technologies

and equipments utilized in the field are developed. The first role was in the supply chain function in China as a Sourcing Specialist and

I was promoted to Sourcing Manager in 2008. In 2010, I was transferred to US and entered into another function withinEMS,

manufacturing. My current role is a Project Manager.

How do you see your future career progression in Schlumberger?

Take more responsibilities, experience more functions.

What do you do in your spare time?

Travelling is always my favorite when having a vacation. Now with the regular office schedule in EMS, I can plan the sports activities

regularly, such as badminton and yoga, etc. Reading is always there no matter I am in the car to the wellsites, in the plane to the

suppliers or in bed before sleep.

The three words you think which can describe the company best.

High-tech, Diversity, Opportunity.

“A Career & A Life!”

What advices would you like to give to those who are considering joining Schlumberger?

It is not only a choice of job, but also a choice of lifestyle. If you do decide to join Schlumberger, enjoy the unique life and be ready

for the endless challenges.

HUANG Shuang

Team Leader, Customer Service

CMS Shanghai

“Working in Schlumberger

helps you develop

all your potential quickly.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

The multicultural working environment, the opportunity to get various job positions within the company, the structured training

program and the chance to go out and see the world, all attracted me. And what I couldn’t refuse is the T&F offer which I can’t

get from any other companies.

When you started working for Schlumberger, what was your first impression about this company and your job?

My first day with Schlumberger started in Brazil for OFS1 training. I realized that it’s a real multinational company with employees

from all over the world and it cares about safety and environment. To do the job well, field engineer for my case, you have to be

very professional, responsible and honest.

Please tell us about your career history and your current job.

I joined T&F program so I spent the first 18 months in the field as a Wirline engineer in Colombia. It’s very challenging because

you need to master a lot of technical things, learn from other engineers, work with the experienced crew, and provide services

to the clients to their expectations.

And my biggest headache was the language. I didn’t know that Spanish is the necessity until I arrived! Most people, colleagues

and clients, only speak Spanish. So it was very difficult for me at the beginning. Great thing is that you can never imagine how

fast you learn in Schlumberger. I learned Spanish after a while and it’s still quite useful nowadays.Then I was back to Shanghai

product center in 2009 and took the job as Customer Service Leader. The field experience helps me understand the product better,

know how to communicate effectively with the locations and support their operations as much as we can.

How do you see your future career progression in Schlumberger?

Schlumberger is one of the few companies that encourage people to work in different functions and positions. So I’d like to

have more exposure to different jobs in a few years and get experience as much as possible. Because it pushes me to learn

when I have a new job and my vision will be broadened. Also I can bring new ideas to the new job with my previous

knowledge..

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

Safe, People-oriented and Innovative.

What advices would you like to give to those who

are considering joining Schlumberger?

If you want to experience something different, to work in a real

multinational environment, to challenge yourself, and to develop

all your potentials, please join us. You may make your story a

legend in a few years.

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CHEN Yefei

Supplier Manager

Asia Global Sourcing

Shanghai, China

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

A successful campus talk in my University led me go into the

oilfield world of Schlumberger back in 2001. Totally different

life style and full of challenges were the key things attracted

me at the very beginning

.

When you started working for Schlumberger,

what was your first impression about

this company and your job?

Right after the campus talk, I applied to Field Engineer position.

After several rounds of interviews, I got the offer and started

working for Schlumberger in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. First time

going abroad, first time taking an airplane, first time living and

working in such a totally different culture and environment,

it was cool for the first day, exciting on the second day, but very

tough after one week. Field Engineer Trainee is the step 1 of the

career in Schlumberger, that’s one of the most treasury memory

for me as I learned a lot of operations technology and also soft

skills to work with clients and peers during that time.

What do you do in your spare time?

I like sports and travel, that’s the time I can fully relax, as to

perform the best at work, we need to work hard and play hard

too. Good rest helps me to recover from pressure and tiredness.

Travel allows me to meet more people and maintain the level

of high adaptability.

If you believe you can,

please do it after good preparation,

and you will definitely make it happen!

What are the key personal qualities that

allow you to succeed in Schlumberger?

I believe there should be a long list to say, but self-confidence,

initiative, faster learner, being able to work under pressure,

and team spirits probably would be the key 5 things to be

mentioned here.

The three words you think which can describe

the company best.

High-Tech, Energetic & Open.

What advices would you like to give to those

who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Prepare yourself well to get into a different world, which

needs a lot of mobility, needs both your brain and your

muscle, and you would work under pressure all the time.

In a word it is tough and full of challenges. But with your

contribution, in return, you would achieve great success

in your career.

When/where did you first hear about Schlumberger?

From my friends.

What attracted you to apply to Schlumberger?

My interest in Oilfield Industry.

When you started working for Schlumberger,

what was your first impression about

this company and your job?

I started with Schlumberger in Oct 2007. My first impression of

SLB came from OFS1 training in Malaysia. I learned the basics

of oilfield service industry and also the leading position of SLB

in it. “Leading” has 2 meanings: one is the leading market share

of most segments, which shows very strong competitive

advantage Schlumberger has; the other is the strong desire

Schlumberger has to pursue the leading-edge technology.

My first job title was field engineer of Coiled Tubing service,

Well Services. My first impression of my job is “challenging”.

It means to provide excellent services to our customer with

limited resources under rigorous environment..

Please tell us about your career history and

your current job.

I joined SLB as a T&F engineer. My first assignment is field

engineer of Coiled Tubing service, WS, in Saudi. After 18 months

I was transferred back to QPC (Qingpu Product Center), Shanghai,

as a manufacturing engineer in STU (Specialty Tubular Unit). Later

after 6 months I was promoted to be Technology team leader in

STU. Currently I am in charge of manufacturing support, Lean

Six Sigma activities and facility management

How do you see your career progression

in Schlumberger?

Lean Six Sigma will be a critical part in my career. I will keep

focusing on it. The goal of my career is to develop leading

manufacturing in SLB on specific areas. Also, I have strong

interest in engineering to develop leading, competitive and

high-Tech tools for OFS (Oilfield Services) operations.

What do you do in your spare time?

Reading, Soccer, Badminton, Movie, …

ZHANG Lei

STU Technology Team Leader

CMS Shanghai

What are the key personal qualities that allow

you to succeed in Schlumberger?

Passion, Energy & Logical thinking.

The three words you think which can

describe the company best.

Diverse – We can see diversity everywhere in the company.

Fair – A company treats people from all over the world equally.

Technology – Leader of the industry.

What advices would you like to give to those

who are considering joining Schlumberger?

Be prepared. It’s a very challenging job. Be full of energy.

Your job needs it!

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