Keeping the faith: a family business dynasty with religious conviction

From the early days of building textiles machinery from secret plans to now becoming a major player on the global oil stage, the Schlumberger family’s religious values remain at the core of its work ethic.

When German sociologist Max Weber penned his masterpiece The Protestant Ethics and the Spirit of Capitalism at the turn of 20th century, he had certain role models in his mind. One of them happens to be Schlumberger from Alsace region, which is now known as a world-renowned oil exploration and prospecting company.

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