Thread regarding CGG Veritas layoffs

Technip Takeover

Sophie appointed to Technip board, makes you wonder if a Technip takeover is back on the cards.
The company is a lot cheaper now compared what it was in 2014.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210301005915/en/TechnipFMC-Appoints-Sophie-Zurquiyah-to-its-Board-of-Directors

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What is the strategic fit other than both companies will be bailed out by the French Government?

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Post ID: @Gnvj+19MabeZH

Sophie and some of the other CGG managers should do well there as they are all experienced at talking a sweet story around a stinking pile of manure.

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Post ID: @secj+19MabeZH

TechnipFMC has just split itself into TechnipFMC and Technip Energies, neither company is going to buy CGG anytime soon.

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Post ID: @8noq+19MabeZH

Why would Technip acquire CGG now?

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Post ID: @7ark+19MabeZH

PREPARING TO DESERT A SINKING SHIP

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Post ID: @6uxo+19MabeZH

Thierry Pilenko (may his name live in infamy - the guy who replaced Dave Robson at Veritas, and sold them to CGG) was Chairman of Technip until 2019.

Not sure if there's a link there!

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Post ID: @1wjm+19MabeZH

That will improve Technips prospects based on the track record since joining CGG

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Post ID: @1gub+19MabeZH

she can work her magic there too

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