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Baker Hughes teams with private equity to create new BJ Services

Baker Hughes is selling a majority of its hydraulic fracturing and cementing business to private equity partners to create the new BJ Services company in the Houston area. The new company will operate as a standalone joint venture — it won’t be publicly traded —  and restore the BJ Services name as its own company. …




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