Payments and Dispute Resolution

Electronic transfer (direct deposit) is the only method that Schlumberger uses to pay invoices. A standard electronic funds transfer form is available from the local Schlumberger department.

Schlumberger standard payment terms are net 70 days from the date the invoice is received, subject to the satisfactory fulfillment of the invoice requirements.

We send remittance details electronically and by mail for each payment.

If Schlumberger disputes an invoice, the supplier will be notified of the nature of the dispute within 30 days. Payment of a disputed invoice will be withheld until the dispute has been resolved.

If you are a Supplier for the Field locations (Invoice based on SWPS order), please refer to the Supplier Information Kit.

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Information for Potential Schlumberger Suppliers: Payments and Dispute Resolution
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