Tech Paper: Saturated Salt and Diesel Emulsion Fluid Reduces Drilling Costs in New Mexico

Direct emulsion water-based drilling mud system helps operator overcome challenges In the Delaware Basin of New Mexico, shallower formations, such as the Salado, include halite and anhydrite layers followed by weaker formations in the Delaware Sands- (e.g., the Brushy Canyon). The fracture gradient difference between these two zones has typically required an intermediate casing string to seal off salt formations before reducing fluid density to drill ahead into the Delaware

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Intercept® Retrievable Bridge Plug Provides V0 Barrier on Two Batch Wells with Zero NPT

Halliburton retrievable bridge plug helps ensure stability and safety Challenge – This operator needed to rent barrier plugs in order to temporarily abandon its wells to drill and run batch completions. Normally, the operator rented bridge plugs from another service company. Halliburton discussed the well challenges with the operator and recommended the Intercept® retrievable bridge plug because of its gas-tight V0 barrier during batch drilling and completions. Solution – Halliburton

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Tech Paper: A New Logging-While-Drilling Azimuthal Density Sensor for Large Borehole – Gulf of Mexico

Unique service helps address formation evaluation challenges encountered in large borehole sizes In the current market, operational geology and geoscience asset teams have clear and aggressive financial reduction target that need to be met without compromising the formation evaluation (FE) requirements of a well construction project. Advances in drilling and completion technologies and practices for deep-water wells commonly require operators to drill larger borehole sizes throughout the well construction process. For

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Halliburton Launches Electromagnetic Pipe Inspection Tool

HOUSTON – Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) today announced the release of the Electromagnetic Pipe Xaminer® V (EPX™ V) service – a new technology allowing operators to address well integrity issues, more accurately pinpoint casing defects and metal corrosion in up to five tubular strings throughout the well, and help reduce nonproductive time. Halliburton Product & Service Innovations