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'''Dresser Industries''' was a manufacturer of industrial and construction equipment, and provider of oilfield drilling and other industrial services.
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The group acquired [[M. W. Kellogg]] in 1988, which was later merged into [[Kellogg, Brown and Root]], that itself in 1998 was merged into [[Halliburton]].
 
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Latest revision as of 07:39, 30 July 2019

Group.png Dresser Industries   NNDB WebsiteRdf-icon.png
HeadquartersAddison, Texas
Typecommercial
Staff6,400

Dresser Industries was a manufacturer of industrial and construction equipment, and provider of oilfield drilling and other industrial services.

Ownership

The group acquired M. W. Kellogg in 1988, which was later merged into Kellogg, Brown and Root, that itself in 1998 was merged into Halliburton.


References


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