Essentra Pipe Protection Technologies (PPT) Acquired By NOV

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To our valued Customers

We are pleased to announce the transition in ownership from Essentra PLC to Houston-based, National Oilwell Varco (NOV), as of January 15, 2019. As an NOV company, we will reside in the Wellbore Technologies segment and operate as the MSI Pipe Protection Technologies product line within Tuboscope.

Tuboscope’s ongoing commitment is to provide customers a one-stop, full-service program for quality tubular services that protect, improve and maximize the life of your assets. The addition of Essentra PPT complements NOV’s integrated suite of offerings with a variety of high-performance customizable thread protection options for all your OCTG, drill pipe, line pipe, and sucker rod needs.

We will continue to offer all of our current product lines including our full range of thread protectors and accessories. You can also count on us to continuously expand our products and features under our new brand. Moreover, we’ll continue to provide you with the same great service you’ve come to expect from the MSI name.

During this transition period, we thank you for your patience. In that, we ask that you continue sending all correspondence to the same recipients and addresses that you’ve been using. This includes purchase orders, payments, etc., until further notice. We will also continue to process orders and payments issued to Essentra PPT until further notice. Please use this opportunity to connect with us to ensure we have your correct contact information. We want to ensure that we keep you up to date on all communications moving forward.

Once again, we thank you for allowing us to be your top-choice supplier for all of your thread and pipe protection needs, and we will continue to help you deliver protected pipe, all day, every day.

John Boben

Sr. Vice President

Tuboscope, MSI PPT

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