Momentum is the magazine of the employees, customers and key suppliers of M-I SWACO. It is produced quarterly and features a country of region in each issue. This cover feature tells the story of that country, from the challenges to the successes and the specific tool, products and services that M-I SWACO uses to help our customers succeed.
Also featured is an Up Close interview with a key member of our many varied divisions, sections and departments. This piece gives the straight-from-the-source information about topics like managing Production Chemicals in the Middle East or how the IT and Finance departments prepared M-I SWACO for the 2010 merger with Schlumberger.
Other sections look at our employees and their lives outside work, at the field successes of our products, at the technical papers and trade articles published by our scientists and much more.
The last four issues are available for immediate download as PDF documents.
Momentum Volume 15 Issue 2 2012
M-I SWACO Standard Equipment Maintenance (STEM) program creates a standardized maintenance program for M-I SWACO equipment worldwide that ensures all shops have the right tools in the right place at the right time to enable our mechanics to carry out repair and maintenance duties in a professional, consistent and standard manner.
Momentum Volume 15 Issue 1 2012
On Aug. 20, 2011, David Paterson, senior vice president of Strategic Development, delivered a speech commemorating the 20th anniversary of the joint venture between M-I SWACO and PetroVietnam. Paterson called the company "the most successful joint venture company in Vietnam’s oil and gas sector’s history."
Momentum Volume 14 Issue 4 2011
M-I SWACO: Celebrating the one year anniversary of joining the Schlumberger family of companies. On Sept. 9, M-I SWACO and Schlumberger locations around the world held celebrations to mark the one-year anniversary of the purchase of Smith International, including M-I SWACO and Wilson, by Schlumberger.
Momentum Volume 14 Issue 3 2011
Colombia – a growth market: moving beyond its past to become a beacon of hope in South America. After stabilizing politically, Colombia is attracting the attention of numerous international oil companies who are eager to invest in the countries newfound promise. Rich oil and gas deposits in previously inaccessible regions mean a strong future for IOCs and suppliers.