Halliburton is committed to not only helping customers solve challenges, but to also do everything we can to optimize their assets. We believe the best way to do that is to increase collaboration and integration across disciplines. Teams working together to solve problems in the most efficient and effective ways, not only get specific problems solved faster, they also bring knowledge and expertise to bear that lead to improved optimization for the asset itself.
Halliburton’s integrated workflows are divided into three main areas, HalDrill™, HalComplete™, and HalProduce™ workflows. They address drilling, completion, and production challenges. Each of the three portfolios is made up of separate and unique workflows, but they are all underpinned by the same uniting principles.
A diagnostic approach
We listen intently to what challenges customers face. We ask questions to secure a thorough understanding of the specific situation. Then, and only then, do we recommend a solution.
A formalized engineering process
We employ formalized, engineering processes, and we explore integration across all our disciplines to tailor solutions to resolve specific customer challenges.
We apply Halliburton’s global expertise, technologies, and ongoing collaboration, both inside Halliburton and with our customers, to bridge gaps that exist between activities that are all too often separated into silos.
And while we realize that every situation is distinct, with it’s own particular set of problems and challenges, we’re committed to a rigorous adherence to the principles outlined here, as the best way to help customers solve their challenges and achieve their goals.