Business / North of Scotland Bonuses slashed at Schlumberger as ‘pricing pressure’ continues By Mark Lammey May 21, 2018, 8:48 am Workers at a division of Schlumberger are facing hefty pay cuts after the US oil service firm announced plans to slash bonuses. An employee at the testing services division in Aberdeen said the move had heightened concerns that the company intends to shut down the operation. Schlumberger confirmed that it would be “realigning” bonuses to offset “continued pricing pressure”, but said there were no plans to remove testing activities from the north-east. Read more on Energy Voice here. Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close More from the Press and Journal Exciting period for oil and gas industry says finance expert March of discount supermarkets continues with new Aldi store in Aberdeen, but what’s the secret to their pricing models – and why are some locals less than keen?