European Union Trademark No. 000707539 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered

Word mark

The European Union Trademark for NATIONAL-OILWELL (Word) was filed on 12.12.1997 for goods and services in class(es) 7 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 000707539 NATIONAL-OILWELL is 'registered'.

Trademark information
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
Filing date12.12.1997
Registration date05.03.2001
Expiry date12.12.2017
Nice classes7
OwnerNational Oilwell Varco, L.P.
 77036 Houston,, Texas, US
RepresentativeJ A KEMP
 WC1R 5JJ London, GB
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 7 : Power operated pumps and pump equipment for use in oilfield equipment and service; including triplex mud pumps, rod pumps, hydraulic reciprocating pumps, hydraulic jet pumps, sucker rods, well service pumps and plunger pumps; oilwell drilling machinery and parts therefor; including drawworks, torque converters, rotaries, swivels, travelling blocks, hook blocks, crown blocks, drill pipes, drill strings, tubulars, pedestal cranes, jacking and drilling manifolds; power operated oil wellhead and well completion equipment; including wellheads, slips, casing hangers, tubing hangers, completion risers, drilling risers, production trees, throughbore trees, production manifolds and injection manifolds; valves for use with oilfield drilling and production machinery; including gate valves, block valves, safety valves, pneumatic actuated valves and hydraulic actuated valves all made of steel and used in oil wellhead completion equipment; valves for use with oilfield drilling and production machinery; including ball valves, check valves, throttle valves and diverter valves all made of steel and used in oilwell fluid control production systems, in Class 7.... More
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