Deepwater Gulf of Mexico (GOM)

Halliburton is an industry leader in deepwater exploration and development in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico (GOM), one of the world's most prolific producing areas of oil and gas, comprising a probable 4.7 billion barrels of oil equivalent (BOE). Characterized by huge sheets of subsurface salt, the GOM’s deepwater resource targets include the Lower Tertiary, Miocene, and Salt Canopy. Recent exploration activity in the Norphlet (top Jurassic sand) has led to more hydrocarbon discovery and development.

Halliburton has years of experience and technical expertise working with operators in the GOM, having safely and successfully delivered a multitude of high-profile deepwater projects — from exploration, drilling, production and completions through well abandonment. Complex challenges exist, but they are balanced by tremendous opportunities and rewards.

Whether your challenge is reducing completion NPT, drilling through HP/HT environments, or mitigating salt creep to ensure long-term well integrity, Halliburton experts can work with you to engineer solutions that will help you reduce uncertainty, increase reliability and increase efficiency at every stage.

Let us help you lower cost-per-foot and maximize the value of your deepwater assets in the Gulf of Mexico.