Baker Hughes Makes Fourth Installment of $1 Million Gift
BATON ROUGE – Baker Hughes representatives Brandon Hoff, global operations director for process and pipeline services, and Maria O’Connell, global vice president of quality, were both on hand recently to help present the LSU College of Engineering with the fourth of five $200,000 installments on its $1 million pledge to the college.
“I want to thank Baker Hughes for their significant investment in the future of the LSU College of Engineering, and that of our students who, one day, will be working for (them),” said Judy Wornat, dean of the College of Engineering.
Baker Hughes is a top-tier oilfield service company with a century-long track record. Its 32,000 employees work in more than 80 countries, and it is the leading supplier of oilfield services, products, technology and systems to the worldwide oil and natural gas industry.
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