Real Time Centers™

Halliburton's Real Time Centers™ allow subject matter experts and other scarce human resources to be everywhere they need to be at once, without having to be physically there.  They enable experts to collaborate and work on multiple wells located in different parts of the world concurrently, minimize HSE issues by reducing the number of staff who need to be on site and decrease the time it takes to the make the right decisions by facilitating collaboration in real time.  They also provide the ideal environment for experienced people to train and mentor the rising generation and speed their development to facilitate knowledge transfer, a key issue to our industry. 

Since 1996, when Edgar Ortiz, Halliburton's retired Energy Services Group CEO, first introduced a vision for real-time operations, Halliburton has built over fifty Real Time Centers (RTCs) around the globe.  About half of these were constructed for national and international oil companies and are usually manned by our experts, as well as our clients'.  The rest were built as internal RTC "hubs" for our own service quality and operational excellence control.  They are fully staffed by Halliburton personnel and support wells within their respective regions.

Fully adaptable to the needs and conditions of a particular location, RTCs can integrate all aspects of a project, from prospect generation to well planning, drilling, evaluation, optimization, field delineation, reservoir modeling and production enhancement.  The real-time feedback available in these centers can enable collaboration among experts around the world, without the need to travel to remote or dangerous locations.

As operations expand and move increasingly to offshore and other challenging environments, RTCs will provide the ability to monitor rig operations remotely while fostering efficient collaboration among team members, improving safety, helping reduce costs and, ultimately, enabling our customers to make better decisions.


Real Time Centers™

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Summary Middle East: Remote Operating Centers Successfully Optimize Geosteering Efforts to Maximize Exposure in Extremely Thin Clastic Reservoir Oct 2010
Summary Mexico: PEMEX Saves Over US$30 Million on Cantarell Well by Using a Matched System Jun 2010
Summary Canada, Alberta: Real-Time Geosteering Delivers Precise Horizontal Wellbore Placement in Heavy Oil Sands May 2010
Summary Columbia: Remote Operations Center Facilitates Nimble Geosteering to Narrow Target in Heavy Oil Sands Apr 2010
Summary Balikpapan: ROC Capabilities Enhance Vibration Mitigation for Geo-Pilot® System Record Run Apr 2010
Summary USA, Haynesville Shale: Sperry Successfully Completes Mud Pulse System Surveys from Remote Operations Center Apr 2010
Summary Ecuador: A Real-Time, Collaborative Environment to “Model, Measure and Optimize" Saves Petroamazonas Time and Doubles Production Jun 2009
Summary Norway: Sperry Drilling Uses Real-Time Technologies to Remotely Operate Offshore Rigs Mar 2009
Summary Sperry Remote Operations Center™ (ROC™) in Saudi Arabia Sep 2008
Summary Norway: Onshore Drilling Center Achieves Immediate Success Oct 2007
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