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Oil & Gas news, October 2010

Three submersible borehole pumps, manufactured at KSB’s Homburg site, Germany, will be used to discharge crude oil from an underground rock cavern.

 

Robbins & Myers Inc is to acquire T-3 Energy Services Inc in a deal valued at US$422 million in stock and cash.

 

GE is acquiring Dresser Inc, a global energy infrastructure technology and service provider in a US$3 billion deal.

 

The Gorman-Rupp Co has completed the previously announced acquisition of National Pump Company LLC.

 

Patterson-UTI Energy Inc subsidiaries Universal Pressure Pumping Inc and Universal Wireline Inc have completed the acquisition of pressure pumping and wire

 

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