Halliburton’s solutions identify rock and fluid characteristics at reservoir condition

GEO HaliSamer Salous, vice-president of Halliburton for Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, has demonstrated the role of digital transformation in shaping the oil and gas industry at GEO 2018, running in Bahrain from 5 -8 March 2018

What role does geoscience play in optimising the region's oil and gas production?

Halliburton provides technologies such as CoreVault, RDT-ICE, PN-3D and Armada to better understand reservoirs’ rock and fluid properties. These solutions afford operators a greater understanding of rock and fluid characteristics at reservoir condition, even in tight rock, and help identify new and bypassed hydrocarbon deposits to increase production.

Halliburton also offers geoscience software through its Landmark business so operators can view regional depositional history and achieve better exploration success. This is especially critical in reserves replacement for future oil and gas production. Secondly, we can develop precise reservoir models to better target productive intervals and determine optimum field development and production strategies. As a company we are focused on solutions that lower costs and increase production.

How is Halliburton helping to push the technical boundaries in the Middle East?

Digital transformation in the oil and gas industry is fundamentally changing how we explore, develop and produce fields while also driving technology innovation. At GEO, we are presenting the OpenEarth Community which allows geoscientists, engineers and software developers to collaborate in order to accelerate the speed of this digital innovation. Halliburton is one of the founding members of the community along with other service companies and oil and gas operators.

Halliburton’s continuous effort to lead the industry in technology has resulted in solutions that are essential to help unlock conventional and unconventional assets.

What technologies is Halliburton focused on for GEO 2018?

An important technology is Halliburton’s CoreVault system which can capture up to 10 samples in a sealed container in one run and preserves 100 percent of the fluids within the core sample. This improves the understanding of potential production within the reservoir. In addition to formation evaluation technologies, Halliburton is focused on well integrity through its Acoustic Conformance Xaminer (ACX) and Electromagnetic Pipe Xaminer (EPX) for leak detection and multiple casing/tubing integrity evaluation. We are also showcasing our work in digital technologies such as data science and virtual reality.

How does Halliburton hope to benefit from the show?

Our value proposition is we collaborate and engineer solutions to maximize our customer’s asset value. GEO is a great opportunity to share our technologies with regional operators and listen to customers so we can be intimately focused on addressing their challenges.

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