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Schlumberger Limited
European Community Trademark, no. 000352203, Figurative mark

 

On 3. 9. 1996 the community trademark application no. 000352203 was filed (Figurative mark) by Schlumberger Limited before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 37, 41 and 42. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

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Applied3. 9. 1996
Nice classes7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 37, 41, 42

 
 

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Owner

Schlumberger Limited
277 Park Avenue
10172 New York,
US

 

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Representative

KUHNEN & WACKER PATENT- UND RECHTSANWALTSBÜRO
Prinz-Ludwig-Str. 40A
85354 Freising
DE

 

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Nice classes

7  Construction machines, machines for agriculture and mining, in particular drilling rigs for drilling wells on land and off-shore; equipment used in cementing and treatment of wells such as cementing units, cementing plugs, washers, water control equipment, sand control equipment, scale control equipment, paraffin control equipment, formation cleaners, diverters, tracers, pumps, coil tubing equipment, liquid additive systems, mixers/blenders, bulk transport equipment, bulk handling/metering equipment; well completion apparatus such as for perforating, formation treating, orienting for perforating, downhole casing repairing, packer, bridge plug, and cement retainer setting, sand setting and consolidating, casing and tubing cutting, free point indication, and pipe and equipment recovery; pumps.

9  Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching, electric apparatus and instruments (included in class 9), in particular equipment for acquiring, processing and interpreting marine seismic data; equipment for well testing, evaluating, drilling, completing, producing and repairing rendered in connection with open and cased wells, including logging apparatus such as for electrical, and specifically induction logging, radioactivity logging, acoustic logging, seismic logging, caliper logging, temperature logging, nuclear magnetism logging, production logging and combinations of the foregoing; formation testing and analysis apparatus; sidewall sample taking and coring apparatus; fluid sampling apparatus; dip determination apparatus; direction and deviation surveys apparatus; depth determination apparatus such as for radioactive marker placing and locating, and casing collar locating; apparatus for acquiring, processing, interpreting, storing, presenting and transmitting from one location to another of well site logging data under computer control; apparatus and systems for sensing, measuring, testing, conditioning, indicating and recording electrical and physical quantities, including sensors such as displacement, pressure, temperature, acceleration, flow and speed transducers, thermocouples, torque meters, and fluid level sensors; detectors, particularly nuclear detectors, for radiation particles including scintillation counters, photomultipliers, and power supplies for use therewith; sensors used in meteorology, oceanography, and plant control including environmental sensors, tachometers, level management systems, and remote control systems; flow computers; apparatus for mass flow measurement; and modular instrumentation apparatus; systems such as measurements gathering, data logging, telemetry and remote survey systems, including data acquisition, processing and transmission units, and receiving ground station equipment; fuel measurement systems; nuclear data logging and dynamic analysis systems; systems for testing communication channels; security control systems; non-destructive testing systems; electrical cable testing and locating systems; laboratory vehicles including vehicles for cable inspection and on-site measurements; data communication systems; including systems and equipment for transmitting and receiving data over power lines, telephone lines, television cables, and radio transmission links; controlled access screening equipment, and systems for security areas; neutron generators; electrical network equipment including network and substation control hardware and software; measuring and protecting relays; signal level detectors; protecting devices for generators, transformers and motors; industrial plant protection equipment and systems; power line and network protection equipment and systems; information gathering, data logging, processing and transmitting systems; event, fault, and disturbance recorders and monitors; oscilloperturbographs; and computers and software for use therewith; energy management products and equipment including watthour standards, meter sockets and casings, meter test benches, time switches, capacitor controls, voltage regulators, regulated power supply circuits and rectifiers, fault and disturbance recording and monitoring equipment, energy metering, surveying and billing devices such as time of use and multitariff meters, registers, graphic meters, power and energy electricity meters such as kWh, kVARh, and kVAH meters, electricity watthour meters, VAR-hour meters, demand meters such as ampere demand meters and thermal demand meters, load control equipment, demand registers, meter registers, meter and register programmers and computers and software for use therewith, translation systems and equipment including computers and software for use therewith, surveying and billing recorders, data retrieval portable devices; remote meter reading and remote control equipment such as ripple control equipment including signal generating and transmitting apparatus and stations and signal receiver relays, time switches, laboratory and portable meter testing equipment, appliance monitoring equipment, and coin feed apparatus including variable charge collectors; central meter reading equipment, including meter interface units for reading gas, water and electric meters over cable, telephone lines or by electromagnetic waves; and hand-held meter readers; central telephone station remote meter reading equipment; software for reading of utility meters, archiving data, processing data, monitoring and billing, and computer systems for use with such equipment; gas meter equipment including flexible diaphragm, turbine, rotating piston, and Vortex gas meters, and/or flowmeters, and their accessories (as far as included in class 9), flexible diaphragm for gas meters, pressure or flow-rate regulators such as reducing valve pressure regulators, pressure or temperature compensating devices for gas meters, calibration equipment for use with gas meters flowrate calculators, pulse emitters, densimeters, filters and pipe clamps; remote reading, remote control, and remote gas metering systems; utility meter and utility distribution equipment including positive displacement, turbine, propeller, rotating disk, ultrasound, and compound types of watermeters and their accessories (as far as included in class 9), meter registers for the above, pipes, valves and fittings for the above; pressure reducer, pulse emitter, pilot watermeter, flow rate tranquilizers, pressure regulators such as reducing valves, heating meter and calorie measuring unit, including thermometer; remote meter reading devices including hand-held computers and totalizers, sockets, plugs and accessories therefor, remote control, and remote metering systems; industrial meter liquid meters; mass flow meters; encoded meter registers, and remote displays and totalizers therefor; chart recorder; and strainers; control equipment and instrumentation, including analog and digital regulators, controllers, control valves, calculation modules including signal conversion modules, control equipment and instrumentation for vibration controllers, recorder equipment, control equipment for gas distribution network, display equipment, and modal analysis equipment, including computers and software for use therewith; programmable control systems; payment cards, and systems for use thereof, including smart cards, magnetic cards, point of sale terminals, electronic fund transfer machines, public pay phone operated by and/or coins, public parking meters, card readers, integrated circuits, and chip cards; fuel dispensing equipment including gasoline dispensers such as card operated dispensers, electronic calculator for fuel pump, processing consoles for service stations, island terminals for automatic fuel distribution, credit/debit card and cash acceptors, and computers and telecommunications equipment and software for use therewith; access control systems operated by cards; card validators for transportation; card distributors for transportation; telecommunication instruments; computer-controlled systems for testing electrical components, including digital test systems, memory test systems, analog test systems, local area networks and test area management systems; integrated circuit diagnostic systems employing electron beam technology; computer controlled systems for testing printed circuit board including apparatus for testing electrical circuits and devices; computer programs on storage media in the form of tapes, cards, disks and chips for computer aided engineering and design in technologies such as mechanical, electrical, electronic, architectural, process control, and semiconductor, including design, layout and simulation capabilities, computer aided manufacturing such as product design tool design, including jigs, fixtures and clamping arrangements for manufacture of the product, process planning, manufacturing facilities layout, computer control of machine tools, and electronic communication, and computer aided testing for semiconductor devices and assemblies; computer hardware and software for use with drilling, equipment operation, well completion, and stimulation services in connection with oil and gas wells; vehicle-mounted meter readers for reading parking meters; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire extinguishing apparatus; flowmeters, densitometers, consistometers and data acquisition, recording and processing equipment; parking meters; coin selectors.

12  Vehicles, including trucks equipped with apparatus to conduct services for well testing, evaluating, drilling, completing, producing and repairing rendered in connection with open and cased wells, and for acquiring, processing, interpreting, storing, presenting and transmitting from one location to another of well site logging data under computer control; apparatus for locomotion by land, air, or water, in particular boats and barges equipped with pumping equipment for fracturing, acidizing, cementing, sand control and other well services.

14  Horological and chronometric instruments, in particular industrial clocks including watchman's clocks.

16  Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials (as far as included in class 16); printed matter, including promotional, technical, educational, training, and informational literature; instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); computer programs on storage media in the form of printed listings.

37  Building construction; hardware maintenance services for computer-controlled systems for testing electrical components, including digital test systems, memory test systems, analog test systems, local area networks and test area management systems and integrated circuit diagnostic systems employing electron beam technology; and hard-copy graphic output systems; installation and repair services for utility meters and accessories (as far as included in class 37), remote meter reading equipment and accessories (as far as included in class 37), encoded water meter registers, and fuel dispensing equipment.

41  Training to operate and maintain computer-controlled systems for testing electrical components, including digital test systems, memory test systems, analog test systems, local area networks and test area management systems.

42  Seismic services for acquiring, processing and interpreting marine seismic data; services for well testing, evaluating, drilling, completing, producing and repairing rendered in connection with open and cased wells including logging services such as electrical, and specifically induction logging, radioactivity logging, acoustic logging, seismic logging, caliper logging, temperature logging, nuclear magnetism logging, production logging, and combination of the foregoing; formation testing and analysis; sidewall sample taking and coring; fluid sampling; dip determination; direction and deviation surveys; depth determinations such as radioactive marker placing and locating, and casing collar locating; completion services such as perforating, formation treating, orienting for perforating, downhole casing repairing, packer, bridge plug, and cement retainer setting, sand setting and consolidating, casing and tubing cutting, free point indication, and pipe and equipment recovery; and acquiring, processing, interpreting, storing, presenting and transmitting from one location to another of well site logging data under computer control; services rendered in connection with well completion and stimulation, including cementing, acidizing, fracturing, fluid testing, and test design; and well site operations such as computer analysis of data acquired during drilling, including formation characteristics, drilling efficiency and directional data, data interpretation, maintenance, and workover; services rendered in connection with well drilling offshore and on land such as drilling; directional drilling; mud logging including gas analysis, cutting analysis, and measurement of shale density, pump strokes, pit volume, flow rate, temperature and weight; surface measurements associations with the drilling operations such as weight on bit, temperature, torque, rotary speed, casing pressure, pump pressure, travelling block altitude, hook load, H2 and C02 detection; downhole measurement while drilling such as resistivity measurement, gamma ray measurement, borehole direction and inclination, tool face, weight on bit, torque, rotational speed, rate of penetration and temperature; and management of the drilling operations; services relating to the programming, including custom programming, and custom design in connection with computer controlled test systems for printed circuit boards including custom fixture design and manufacture, networking software design and custom testing software design; computer-aided engineering design, testing and manufacturing; hard-copy graphic output systems; software maintenance services for computer-controlled systems for testing electrical components, including digital test systems, memory test systems, analog test systems, local area networks and test area management systems and integrated circuit diagnostic systems employing electron beam technology; computer-aided engineering design, testing and manufacturing systems; testing services for utility meters and accessories, remote meter reading equipment and accessories, encoded water meter registers, and fuel dispensing equipment.

 

Vienna classes

 
 

Records history

 
6.12.2016 The current state is Application withdrawn
Current state
16.7.2007 Published
Representative - Change of name and professional address
25.3.2006 Registered
Representative - Change of name and professional address
16.11.2001 Published
Representative - Replacement of representative
27.4.2001 Registered
Representative - Change of name and professional address
3.9.1996 Application
Application of the trademark 000352203
 

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