Reduce Uncertainty

Deepwater exploration and development presents some of the industry’s biggest challenges—and greatest potential rewards. This environment, defined as water depths greater than 1,000 ft (400 m) demand huge investments in capital and long-term commitment. With an extensive track record in deepwater plays worldwide, Halliburton’s experience and expertise helps our customers meet the challenging technical demands of deepwater projects while understanding – and minimizing – the associated risks.

The challenge is to acquire accurate information needed to minimize the risks in a timely, efficient way. We reduce uncertainty through:

  • Applying advanced seismic, geologic, petrophysical and reservoir analysis to fully investigate a prospect’s source, seal, trap reservoir and production potential.
  • Turning leads into drillable prospects requires a solid understanding of geologic, engineering and economic risks.
  • Our data management software and services are designed to help your company make better investment decisions by providing your asset teams with relevant, accessible and timely information.
  • Risk mitigation and contingency planning for deepwater challenges
  • Innovative new technologies that safely save weeks of expensive rig time
  • Resourceful competent experts who combine global experience with local knowledge.

Reducing uncertainty requires safe operations at all times. Without safety, there can be no certainty. Therefore, a critical component of the Halliburton deepwater solution is a high, consistent level of HSE performance.

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Summary Summary Exploring one of the world's largest natural gas finds in an area with no oilfield infrastructure
Halliburton’s unique, mobile wireline facilities provide cost-effective, reliable, support for operator’s deepwater exploration efforts in Tanzania.
Summary Summary Streamlined Well Construction Eliminates 71 Days of Rig Time, Saving Consortium USD 90 Million
Halliburton sets new deepwater benchmark in brazil's deepwater libra field
Summary Summary RezConnect Well Testing System
A complete well testing solution using wireless control of downhole drill stem test (DST) tools, measurement of well-test data in real-time, enabling realtime reservoir analysis.
Summary Summary RezConnect
A complete well testing solution using wireless control of downhole drill stem test (DST) tools, measurement of well-test data in real-time, enabling realtime reservoir analysis.
Summary Summary Fluid Sampling and Analysis
Accurate fluid sampling and analysis are keys to optimizing the profitability of an oil or gas field. Halliburton specializes in reservoir fluids sampling, using state-of-the-art tools and techniques to deliver safe, reliable, and accurate sampling and analysis results.
Summary Summary Full Acoustic Control of Drill Stem Test
How a dialogue with the reservoir improved well control, measurement, and analysis.
Summary Summary CHAMP® Ion Retrievable Packer
Acoustically controlled packer for complete well testing control
Summary Summary RezConnect™ Well Testing System Brochure
The RezConnect™ Well Testing System is the industry’s FIRST fully acoustically actuated Drill Stem Test (DST) system powered by Halliburton’s proven DynaLink® Telemetry System.
Summary Summary WiFire™ Acoustic Firing Head
WiFire™ Acoustic Firing Head, enabled by DynaLink® telemetry system, provides safer, cost-effective method to evaluate reservoir
Summary Summary Acoustic Wireless Telemetry Reduces Uncertainty in Deepwater Drillstem Tests
Advances in acoustic wireless telemetry have led to a novel and reliable alternative approach to not only operating downhole test tools in drillstem test operations, but also to providing real-time feedback of downhole tool status, surface read-out of bottomhole pressures and temperatures, and confirmation of bottomhole fluid sample conditions.
Summary Summary WiFire™ Acoustic Firing Head
Enables activation of tubing conveyed perforating guns and confirm initiation of the explosive train
Summary Summary Armada® SPS-A Single-Phase Sampler
Downhole collection of reservoir fluid samples for pressure-volume-temperature (PVT) analysis
Summary Summary ProPhase™ Well Test Valve
Telemetry controlled electrohydraulic tester/circulation valve
Summary Summary Armada® Sampling System
Halliburton’s innovative tubing-conveyed carrier for single-phase downhole sampling
Summary Summary DynaLink® Telemetry System
The DynaLink® Telemetry System provides the backbone for the RezConnect™ Well Testing System, the complete Halliburton wireless well-testing solution offering the industry’s first system for fully acoustically controlled drill-stem testing tools.
Summary Summary WiFire™ Acoustic Firing Head
Initiating tubing-conveyed perforating with acoustic telemetry
Summary Summary TRACE DynaGauge™
The TRACE DynaGauge™ is the industry’s first tool that provides real-time knowledge that representative reservoir fluid samples have been collected while the samplers are still downhole.
Summary Summary FlowCom Software
Using our free software the SPIDR is able to communicate with any PC. FlowCom is a full-featured communications tool for viewing real time data, downloading the SPIDR and processing the test data.
Summary Summary Self-Powered Intelligent Data Retriever SPIDR
The SPIDR system delivers accurate downhole pressures without the cost, risk and hassle of downhole gauges
Summary Summary Remote Interference Monitoring of Offset Producers during Stimulation Operations
The drilling of horizontal wells is increasing rapidly throughout the oil and gas industry due to enhanced reservoir contact and thereby enhanced well productivity, especially in unconventional, ultra low permeability areas.
Summary Summary Pressure Build-ups (PBU) vs. Static Gradient Survey Flowing Gradient Survey
During a recent international marketing trip we have found that many operators of high rate gas and gas condensate wells perform Static Gradient Surveys (SGS) and/or Flowing Gradient Surveys (FGS) as opposed to Pressure Build-up or drawdown tests.
Summary Summary Step Rate Testing
Injecting at pressures significantly below the parting pressure results in reduced oil recovery rates whereas injecting at pressures above the parting pressure may result in loss or misdirection of the injection fluid and reduced oil recovery.
Summary Summary Summary of Halliburton SPIDR
The benefits to running Halliburton's SPIDR® gauge system in lieu of running downhole gauges fall into four categories: 1) Safety/Risk; 2) Cost Reduction; 3) Instrumentation; 4) Data Processing.
Summary Summary Water Gas Injector Testing from Surface Measurements
Measuring surface injection pressures and rates are routine applications for Halliburton.
Summary Summary SPIDR Injection Testing Measure Rate and Pressure
One the many unconventional applications for the SPIDR® gauge is as a tool for injection well tests.
Summary Summary Testing Oil Producers from Surface Measurements
The most common misconception that exists about the SPIDR® Well Testing System is that it is limited to only dry gas applications.
Summary Summary Reservoir Dimensioning using the SPIDR
Operating oil and gas properties in the Gulf of Mexico can present many challenges on a daily basis.
Summary Summary Utilizing the SPIDR for Gas Storage Well Tests
As natural gas is seen across the globe as an efficient and environmentally friendly energy source, the demand for it has grown steadily.
Summary Summary Thermal Compensation of High precision pressure gauges
Precision pressure gauges based on the electrical resonance property of quartz crystal are considered the highest accuracy pressure gauges available.
Summary Summary Properly Conducting a DFIT
For the past several years, the majority of tests performed are pre-frac injection fall-off tests aka DFIT™ test (Diagnostic Fracture Injection Test).
Summary Summary DFIT Analysis When On Vacuum At The Surface
A diagnostic fracture injection test (DFIT™) is an optimal type of test to perform using surface acquired pressure data.
Summary Summary Gauge Selection for Pressure Transient Testing
When conducting pressure transient tests (PTA) on high permeability reservoirs or for diagnostic fracture injection tests, the importance of pressure gauge quality cannot be overstated.
Summary Summary DFIT Testing Downhole vs Surface Data
Halliburton has built its reputation as the best surface well testing company by providing a “blind” comparison to downhole gauge data on a pressure transient test to new customers or in new areas.
Summary Summary Gauge Quality Will Affect Analysis
In the past three decades there have been major technological improvements in the field of pressure measurement.
Summary Summary Flow Rate Measurement Using the SPIDR
For many years the Halliburton has been used to collect high quality surface pressure data.
Summary Summary DFIT Analysis
Over the past few years at Halliburton we have seen a marked increase in the number of diagnostic fracture injection tests (DFIT™) performed along with an increased desire by our customers to get this test data analyzed and interpreted for use in planning future stimulation work and for determining reservoir characteristics.
Summary Summary Gas Well Deliverability Testing
The "deliverability" of a gas well can be defined as the well's capacity to produce against the restrictions of the well bore and the system into which the well must flow.
Summary Summary Diagnostic Fracture Injection Tests in Ultra Low Perm Formations
Pressure transient testing has been the standard method over the years to obtain important well information such as reservoir pressure, permeability, and skin in conventional reservoirs (permeability >1 md).
Summary Summary Comparison of SPIDR vs DHG in High CO2 well
Performing pressure transient analysis tests from the surface provides a no risk and low cost alternative to traditional downhole testing.
Summary Summary Communication Testing For Observation Well Having a Liquid Column
Communication Testing For Observation Well Having a Liquid Column
Summary Summary Data Requirements for DFIT Testing
The bulk of the data recorded by SPIDR® surface pressure gauges over the years has been for pressure transient analysis (PTA);
Summary Summary Effects of Ambient Temperature Change on DFITs
This article will show that the daily pressure cycling continues even when a thermally compensated dual-quartz crystal pressure gauge for acquiring surface pressure data is used. It will also show that the use of small-diameter capillary tubing to connect the pressure recorder to the wellhead has no effect on data quality. It will be shown that the effect of daily pressure cycling can be significantly reduced by insulating the wellhead and using injection fluids with low thermal expansion.
Summary Summary Communication Testing
Communication Testing relies on changes in pressure at one location producing measurable pressures changes at the second location. The most common communication tests used in the production of oil and gas are the interference test and the pulse test.
Summary Summary Candidate Selection for Surface Testing
Over the past 26 years, SPIDR® has developed the SPIDR® well testing system into the preeminent method of testing gas and gas condensate wells from the surface.
Summary Summary Communication Interference Testing The Low Cost, No Risk Approach
Interference testing, also known as a communication test, is a multiple well test that is used by operators to determine intra-field connectivity.
Summary Summary How long do I test
One of the most important questions in the design of a well test is, “How long do I test?”
Summary Summary The Effect of Wellbore Storage on Surface Data
Engineers often ask how much of an effect wellbore storage has on surface data for a pressure-transient test.
Summary Summary Mechanical Integrity Testing with the SPIDR
Mechanical Integrity Tests (MIT) on producing wells and disposal wells are required by both state and federal regulatory authorities.
Summary Summary Types of Well Tests
Types of Well Tests: Build-Ups and Drawdowns
Summary Summary Understanding Wellbore Cooling
Halliburton has been conducting pressure transient tests from the surface for years.
Summary Summary Injection Fall-off Testing using the SPIDR Gauge
Testing wells from the surface has become increasingly accepted from operators both in conventional gas and gas condensate PTA applications but more recently in injection fall-off testing.
Summary Summary Long Term Well Monitoring
Pressure Transient Analysis (PTA) is the primary tool for reservoir management.
Summary Summary Two Rate Well Test
However, with wells producing fluids, there may be a lack of knowledge regarding the presence of fluids in the well bore after shut-in.
Summary Summary Multirate Well Testing
This article describes different types of multi-rate tests, as well as addressing which type of well test should be performed to meet a given objective.
Summary Summary Interpreting Pressure Transient Tests
There is a lot of information present in a pressure transient test, and it is the reservoir engineer’s job to correctly interpret that information in order to make the proper decisions regarding the production of the well being tested.
Summary Summary Interference Communication Monitoring during Frac Operations
With the large number of wells being fractured in the tight sand and shale formations, it has become an increasing concern to operators when adjacent producing wells are knocked “offline” by a nearby frac.
Summary Summary How to ensure a successful test
Running a successful well test not only provides information about the reservoir, it also makes it easier to justify future well tests.
Summary Summary CALIBR℠ Engineered Flowback Service
Calibrate your flowback for optimized well performance
Summary Summary RDT Focus Sampling
RDT Focus Sampling animation
Summary Summary Reservoir Description Tool
RDT animation
Summary Summary Deepwater Capabilities
Industry-Leading Technologies for Deepwater Solutions
Summary Summary Formation Evaluation
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Summary Summary Exploring one of the world's largest natural gas finds in an area with no oilfield infrastructure
Halliburton’s unique, mobile wireline facilities provide cost-effective, reliable, support for operator’s deepwater exploration efforts in Tanzania.
Summary Summary Innovative Halliburton Oval Focused Pad helped operator obtain cleaner samples faster
Unique dual flow sections of Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) tester with Oval Focused Pad helped obtain clean samples in half the time
Summary Summary Halliburton technology helps Cobalt International Energy save more than USD 10 million in presalt carbonates
Saving deepwater rig time with cutting-edge technology and collaboration
Summary Summary Perenco Uses New Workflow to Create Gains in Production and Locate New Zones Once Considered Uneconomical
Integrated Reservoir Evaluation Approach Combines MRIL® Service and RDT™ Tester
Summary Summary Halliburton saves time and money in deepwater southeast Asia
Two large-scale deepwater projects successfully launched using Halliburton’s advanced technology and top service delivery
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section D - HP
Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Formation Tester - HP
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section D
Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Formation Tester
Summary Summary Dual Probe Section
The advantage of the Dual-Port SPS is the increased flow area which enables faster flow rates and the ability to sample in very low-permeability environments.
Summary Summary Enhanced Dual-Probe Section (EPS) - HP
Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Formation Tester - HP
Summary Summary Enhanced Dual-Probe Section (EPS)
Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Formation Tester
Summary Summary RDT™ Formation Tester - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section A - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Dual-Probe Section - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Multi-Chamber Section
Multi-Chamber Section
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section B - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Fluid-Identification Section - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section C - HP - Gulf of Mexico
HP Integrated Characterization Section-C
Summary Summary Multi-Chamber Section - HP - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Flow Control Pump-out Section - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Quartz Gauge Section–HG - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Dual-Port-Straddle Packer High-Strength-HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Dual-Port Straddle Section - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Bulk Chamber Section - HP - Gulf of Mexico
Data Sheet
Summary Summary Reservoir Description (RDT™) Service
When flexibility and versatility are required, the Halliburton Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) tool collects—in a single deployment—formation pressure, fluid ID, and samples.
Summary Summary Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Formation Tester
When flexibility and versatility are required, the Halliburton Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) tool collects—in a single deployment—formation pressure, fluid ID, and samples.
Summary Summary Fluid Identification Section
The Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Fluid-Identification Section (FLID) combines a best-in-class high-resolution density sensor with co-located complementing sensors to accurately measure miscible and immiscible formation fluids.
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section C
The Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Integrated Characterization Section (ICS) expands measurements of fluid composition downhole by using ICE Core® technology. Based on our unique multivariate optical computing technique, this enables high-resolution hydrocarbon compositional analysis.
Summary Summary Dual-Port Straddle Section
The advantage of the Dual-Port SPS is the increased flow area which enables faster flow rates and the ability to sample in very low-permeability environments.
Summary Summary Bulk Chamber Section
The RDT Bulk Sampling Section (CVS) is available in dual and single sample configuration to obtain zero shock or dump samples starting at 1 gal (3.8 L).
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section B
The Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Integrated Characterization Section (ICS) expands measurements of fluid composition downhole by using ICE Core® technology. Based on our unique multivariate optical computing technique, this enables high-resolution hydrocarbon compositional analysis.
Summary Summary Integrated Characterization Section A
The Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Integrated Characterization Section (ICS) expands measurements of fluid composition downhole by using ICE Core® technology. Based on our unique multivariate optical computing technique, this enables high-resolution hydrocarbon compositional analysis.
Summary Summary Quartz Gauge Section - HG
Quartz Gauge Section-HG
Summary Summary Flow Control Pump Out Section
The Reservior Description Tool (RDT™) Flow Control Pump Sections are proven to be the most versatile with a full range of differential pressures, the highest horsepower, and the fastest rates.
Summary Summary Dual-Port Straddle Packer–High Strength
The RDT Dual-Port Straddle Section uses controllable screen ports positioned at the top and the bottom of the annular interval
Summary Summary Cable Safe Release Tool
Video
Summary Summary LOGIQ® Dual-Spaced Neutron II Tool (DSN II™)
The LOGIQ® DSN II™ tool is a thermal neutron tool designed to measure formation porosity from neutronnuclei interactions. Neutron porosity logs provide total fluid information for use with resistivity logs and/or pulsed neutron logs in determining formation water saturation. They can be combined with density logs to provide an indication of formation gas saturation and also with density and/or sonic logs to provide indications of formation lithology. In open holes, the LOGIQ DSN II tool is usually combined with the Spectral Density Logging Tool (SDLT™) and the Natural Gamma Ray Tool (NGRT™). In cased holes, the LOGIQ DSN II tool is usually combined with the NGRT tool and DITS™ casing collar locator.
Summary Summary MRIL-2D Fluid Characterization
2-Dimensional Fluid Characterization - T1T2 (2DFC-T1T2 analysis) is now available with both the MRIL®-XL and MRIL®-Prime services from Halliburton Wireline & Perforating.
Summary Summary Relay™ Digital Slickline System
Intelligent Slickline conveyance for well intervention
Summary Summary Halliburton Electronic Firing System Saves USD 800,000 Per Well in a Single-Trip Completion
The cost of operating in deepwater Angola demands efficiency and reliability. When an operator needed a solution to reduce firing head initiation pressure to test and complete their wells, they turned to Halliburton for an answer.
Summary Summary Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool (CAST-I) Service
CAST-I tool results confirmed casing integrity, saved USD 10 million by avoiding unnecessary sidetrack
Summary Summary The Halliburton Xaminer™ Coring Tool retrieved 71 sidewall core
High recovery rate helps Petrobras achieve objectives while saving 24 hours of deepwater-drillship time.
Summary Summary Halliburton Integrated Abandonment Solutions
Halliburton Integrated Abandonment Solutions offers complete well diagnostics through its cased-hole portfolio. Combining tool outputs, a complete pre-abandonment diagnosis of the well is carried out.
Summary Summary MaxForce® Flow Ultra-Kleen Gun System delivers unsurpassed flow area with lowest gun debris in the Gulf of Mexico
Gun system meets client’s expectations at extreme downhole pressure greater than 21,000 psi (1,448 bar)
Summary Summary Statoil Saves Substantial Rig Time Using Efficient Conveyance in Deep Water
Halliburton Extended-Stroke DPU® tool offers dependability, power, and savings
Summary Summary Halliburton Collaborates with Client to Develop World’s First Corrosive Hostile Environment Gun System
CHE™ technology built to last 20-plus years in extreme deepwater environments
Summary Summary Wellbore Cleanout Saves Customer USD 18 Million
Operation helps customer avoid 90 days f deferred production and a coiled-tubing intervention
Summary Summary MaxFire® electronic firing system saves Gulf of Mexico operator USD 2.2 million
Lightning strikes and disables operation, but Halliburton’s MaxFire® electronic firing system delivers, saving USD 2.2 million in rig time
Summary Summary Simple, effective device for freeing stuck tool string
Halliburton LockJar® system helps operator avoid nonproductive time and costly fishing jobs in openhole logging operations
Summary Summary Electronic firing system successfully initiates 222 ft (68 m) of large OD guns in extreme conditions
Halliburton’s innovative MaxFire® technology meets operator’s perforating challenges in Gulf
Summary Summary Operator’s deepest TVD well perforated with MaxFire® electronic firing system
Operator and Halliburton partner to surpass perforation records MaxFire® electronic firing system successfully initiated perforation in Gulf of Mexico
Summary Summary Revolutionary advance in freepoint determination saves operator $500,000 of deepwater rig time.
Halliburton helped deepwater operator in Gulf of Mexico save at least 10.5 hours of non-productive time (NPT) in stuck pipe situation
Summary Summary Halliburton Free Point Tool
Halliburton Free Point Tool video.
Summary Summary Xaminer® Array Sonic Tool (XAST™) Service
Ultra-Reliable Crossed-Dipole Sonic Tool
Summary Summary Improving the Recovery of Your Well
Delivering the lowest cost per BOE
Summary Summary Crossed-Dipole (HTI) Anisotropy Analysis
Sonic crossed-dipole anisotropy analysis—the analysis of shearslowness characteristics around the borehole—is modeled in the industry as a formation with horizontal transverse isotropy (HTI).
Summary Summary Crossed-Dipole (HTI-F) Anisotropy Frequency Analysis
The broadband firing of the Xaminer®-level dipole sources allows for a full-frequency analysis and the generation of mechanism plots for visually identifying the possible causes of the anisotropy that can then be confirmed with other sensors, such as resistivity and acoustic imaging.
Summary Summary Vertical Transverse Isotropy (VTI) Anisotropy Analysis
Improve Well Performance with More Accurate Geomechanics Answers Using Horizontal Shear
Summary Summary Formation Evaluation Capabilities
Deepwater Risk Mitigation
Summary Summary Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool (B-SAT)
Halliburton Wireline and Perforating Services' Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool (B-SAT) service integrates two monopole transmitters with an array of five piezoelectric receivers. The full waveform data is digitally recorded permitting advanced data analysis and quality control for waveform amplitude, slowness, and arrival time in both open hole and cased hole applications.
Summary Summary Stoneley Wave Fracture Conductivity Analysis
Sonic waveform analysis of Stoneley-mode arrivals can locate and estimate the conductivity of fractures crossing a borehole. A key feature of the analysis is to discriminate Stoneley responses due solely to conductive fractures by using borehole Stoneley waves recorded by a Xaminer®-level borehole sonic tool.
Summary Summary Gamma Telemetry Tool
Gamma Telemetry Tool
Summary Summary Addressable Release Tool (ART)
The Addressable Release Tool (ART) is designed for use in wells where the controllable release of all, or part of, a stuck tool string may be required and/or higher pulling weights would be desirable
Summary Summary AutoDip™ and TrendSetter™ Services
Halliburton AutoDip™ and TrendSetter™ services automate dip and dip trend analysis of electrical micro-imaging borehole data.
Summary Summary Powered Capstan
The industry’s highest-capacity capstan
Summary Summary Oil Mud Reservoir Imager (OMRI™) Tool
The latest addition to Halliburton's borehole imaging solutions is the OMRI™ tool for use in oil-based muds. The OMRI tool generates crisp, high-resolution digital images of the well bore down to one inch of vertical resolution, instead of one foot of vertical resolution that is available with conventional logging tools. The extra resolution makes thin bed pay and other important features clearly visible.
Summary Summary LOGIQ® Compensated Spectral Natural Gamma Ray (CSNG™)
The LOGIQ® CSNG™ tool measures the entire gamma ray spectrum, from 0 to 3,000 keV. The tool uses special borehole compensation techniques to provide the industry's most precise and accurate logs of potassium, uranium, and thorium concentrations. Measurement precision curves and tool diagnostics help validate logging data in the formation. A unique, patented low atomic number tool case enables gamma rays to be measured for accurate data retrieval in cased or open hole environments.
Summary Summary Hostile Array Compensated Resistivity Tool (HACRt™)
Fast, accurate, induction for hostile environments
Summary Summary Super Combo Unit
Efficient cased-hole and slickline unit, Small footprint, Easy and quick rig up
Summary Summary Releasable Wireline Cable Head (RWCH™ Tool)
The Releasable Wireline Cable Head (RWCH™ tool) has an electrically activated wireline-release system instead of the tension-activated release system of conventional cable heads.
Summary Summary Toolpusher™ Logging (TPL) Service
The Toolpusher™ logging service provides a low-risk and cost-effective means to acquire premium-quality wireline logging data in highly deviated and horizontal wells.
Summary Summary Hostile Density Neutron (HDNT™) Tool
Helps provide accurate data in HP/HT conditions
Summary Summary Cased Hole Slickline Unit
Efficient openhole unit, Small footprint, Easy and quick rig up
Summary Summary ACE™ Advanced Cement Evaluation Process
The Halliburton ACE™ advanced cement evaluation process helps provide quick, accurate information concerning cement bond for all standard logging tools and procedures for any type of cement mixtures, including foam, latex, and other complex slurries.
Summary Summary MRIL-XL™ Service Delivers Superior NMR Logging
The Halliburton DeepSuite™ MRIL®-XL and MRIL®-XL services provide nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) fluid-filled porosity, which is mineralogy independent.
Summary Summary Openhole Unit
Efficient openhole unit, Small footprint, Easy and quick rig up
Summary Summary LOGIQ® Array Compensated Resisitivity Tool (ACRt™) System
Halliburton's Array Compensated Resisitivity Tool (ACRt™) logging system combines the latest-generation sonde geometry and architecture with state-of-the-art design and software for array induction with unparalleled accuracy and dynamic range.
Summary Summary Xaminer® Coring Tool
The Halliburton Xaminer® Coring Tool drills large diameter cores perpendicular to the borehole wall while continuously monitoring the coring process.
Summary Summary GEM™ Elemental Analysis Tool
Halliburton’s GEM™ elemental analysis tool offers quick and precise evaluations of complex mineralogies, using proven interpretation processes and integrated petrophysical analysis.
Summary Summary LOGIQ® InSite® Directional Tool (IDT-I)
The IDT-I technology provides accurate information to determine borehole inclination and azimuth. When this information is combined with relative dip and dip azimuth measured by other tools, like dipmeters or multicomponent induction tools, true dip and dip azimuth of the dipping formations can be obtained.
Summary Summary Xaminer® Multicomponent Induction (MCI) Tool
Halliburton’s Xaminer® Multicomponent Induction (MCI) tool enables the evaluation of anisotropic formations by measuring the formation resistivity both vertically and horizontally at different depths of investigation.
Summary Summary MRIL-2D Fluid Characterization
MRIL-2D Fluid Characterization data sheet
Summary Summary ICE Bibliographies
Bibliographies for ICE papers
Summary Summary Laser Focus World ICE® Core Article
ICE® Core article
Summary Summary ICE Core Technologies in East Africa
In East Africa, an offshore, dry gas reservoir proved that Halliburton’s new ICE Core technology could provide lab-quality analysis downhole
Summary Summary Obtaining laboratory-quality fluid analysis downhole
In East Africa, an offshore, dry gas reservoir proved that Halliburton’s new ICE Core™ technology could provide lab-quality analysis downhole.
Summary Summary ICE Core® In-situ Downhole Fluid Analyses Enhances Reservoir Characterization
Consistent Sampling Increases Confidence For Field Development Decision Making
Summary Summary ICE Core® Fluid Analysis Service
Downhole Fluid Analysis with Lab-Quality Results
Summary Summary ICE Core Fluid Analysis Service Brochure
ICE Core Fluid Analysis Service Brochure
Summary Summary Focused Oval Pad
Wireline tool provides representative samples of a well's formation fluid, and can monitor up to eight fluid and formation properties. Also provides pressure gradient testing.
Summary Summary Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Tool
Wireline formation pressure testing and sampling runs should be quick, completed in a single descent, provide pure single phase fluid samples, and deliver the required pressure tests along with the associated mobilities and pressure gradients. The Halliburton Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) employs several best in class features to help you meet these goals.
Summary Summary Formation Testing
Reservoir Testing and Fluid Sampling can provide key information to determine reservoir volume, expected production of formation, type and composition of movable fluids. These formation testing methods have been proven cost-effective with minimal contamination.
Summary Summary ICE Core® Fluid Analysis Service
The RDT Integrated Characterization Section (ICS) expands measurements of fluid composition downhole by using ICE Core® fluid analysis technology. Based on a multivariate optical computing technique, this enables high-resolution hydrocarbons composition to be measured.
Summary Summary Fluid Identification Section (FLID) - Best-in-class high-resolution density sensor.
Fluid density is the cornerstone of fluid identification and fluid contacts downhole. Our Reservoir Description Tool (RDT™) Fluid Identification Section (FLID) combines the best-in-class, high-resolution density sensor with co-located complementing sensors to accurately measure miscible and immiscible formation fluids.
Summary Summary Deepwater Reservoir Solution Center (DW-RSC)
Offers world-class solutions and services in a wide variety of deepwater reservoirs, from conventionals to turbidites and presalt carbonates.
Summary Summary Hydraulic Jars
Halliburton’s LockJar® Conductor E-Line Hydraulic Jar provides a simple way to protect against time-consuming and expensive stuck strings and fishing jobs in cased hole logging and perforating operations.
Summary Summary LockJar® Multi-Conductor E-Line Hydraulic Jar
Simple, effective device for freeing a stuck tool string during openhole logging
Summary Summary Releasable Cable Heads
As part of our integrated risk management system, our Releasable Wireline Cable Head (RWCH) enables the maximum pull force during multiconductor logging operations.
Summary Summary Mono Conductor Tension Device
Designed to operate with perforating guns or other explosive services, Halliburton’s Mono-Conductor Tension Device (MCTD) provides downhole tension measurements at the cablehead for improved operational control.
Summary Summary Halliburton Free-Point Tool
With fast, single-trip operation, our electromechanical tool provides precise free point location without the need for multiple time-consuming stop and set measurements of traditional free point tools.
Summary Summary DeepSuite™ Wireline Tool Technology
Unmatched Deepwater Wireline and Perforating Capabilities. Halliburton has absolutely everything needed to help safely and successfully perform jobs in any deepwater environment. Our innovative solutions feature new capabilities that redefine what is possible in ultra-deepwater plays and enable new levels of risk mitigation for operators.
Summary Summary RezConnect® Well Testing System
The RezConnect® Well Testing System is the industry’s FIRST fully acoustically actuated Drill Stem Test (DST) system powered by Halliburton’s proven DynaLink® Telemetry System..
Summary Summary Offshore Applications
The significant cost savings is one of the primary drivers in choosing the SPIDR to test wells in an offshore environment.
Summary Summary Communication Tests
Communication tests are used to determine if two wells are producing from the same reservoir.
Summary Summary Frac Communication
As operators drill and develop acreage with horizontal wellbores, it has become apparent that in extremely low permeability areas very small spacing will be required to fully develop the field.
Summary Summary Modified Isochronal Testing
The purpose of performing an isochronal test is to determine the rate dependent skin.
Summary Summary Injection Well Testing
Injection well testing is an application where SPIDR gauges can be used instead of downhole gauges.
Summary Summary Engineers
The SPIDR system is a versatile tool that has applications throughout a well's life-cycle from completion to abandonment. This portal is designed to discuss the applications of our system for different engineering disciplines.
Summary Summary Drill Stem Testing Applications
Drill stem testing or DST has been the industry standard for testing new and especially exploration wells for almost a century.
Summary Summary Reservoir Compaction
Production from hydrocarbon reservoirs causes decline in the pore fluid pressure and increases the stress on the formation rock itself.
Summary Summary Rental Information
Compared to conventional downhole testing, renting a 10 pound SPIDR kit is utterly simple: no service company trucks, no technicians, no lubricators.
Summary Summary Mechanical Integrity Testing
State and Federal agencies require scheduled Mechanical Integrity Tests (MIT) of wells used for the underground disposal of hazardous materials.
Summary Summary Gas Injection
Performing pressure transient tests from the wellhead in place of running wire and pressure gauge provides the operator with a RISK FREE and LOW COST alternative to conventional methods.
Summary Summary Injection Fall-Off Tests
As with a producing well, injection wells may also build "skin" over their operating life.
Summary Summary Drawdown
Drawdown testing will provide the same reservoir data as the build-up test and is run by producing the well at a constant rate after an extended shut-in period.
Summary Summary Drawdown Testing
The objectives of a drawdown test are to determine skin, perm and the distances to the reservoir's boundaries.
Summary Summary DFIT� Testing
The DFIT� Test has become the dominate pressure transient test for SPIDR for unconventional reservoirs
Summary Summary Applications
You can test almost any gas well for a fraction of the cost of a conventional downhole test.
Summary Summary Testimonials
Testinonials for SPIDR
Summary Summary SUBSEA SPIDR® system
Production optimization requires an under-standing of the reservoir, completion, wellbore and downstream systems.
Summary Summary Deliverability
The deliverability test is commonly used by gas producers, gas purchasers, and regulatory agencies for estimating a well's sustainable production rate.
Summary Summary SPIDR® system Installation
SPIDR® system installation takes just minutes
Summary Summary Post Frac Flow Back & Cleanup
Flowback service providers typically do not provide a precision digital pressure measuring device for the capture of flowback pressures during well cleanup.
Summary Summary SPIDR Advantages
The results obtained from the SPIDR are equal to or superior to those from testing with downhole gauges, without the many risks and costs of downhole testing.
Summary Summary Reservoir Turbulence
Darcy�s law assumes laminar flow in the reservoir as the gas approaches the wellbore.
Summary Summary Build-Up Testing
The primary purpose of performing a build-up test is to determine the wellbore damage (skin) and the reservoir permeability
Summary Summary Unconventional Well Testing
Unconventional well testing with the SPIDR has become the predominant application recently
Summary Summary Boundary Determination
A common transient test in a high permeability gas wells is a Boundary or �limits� test.
Summary Summary Reservoir Pressure
Probably the most important reason to perform well testing is to measure the changing reservoir pressure as a reservoir is being produced.
Summary Summary Gas Meter Prover
The SPIDR can be used as a precision flowmeter or as a meter prover.
Summary Summary Well Data Conversion
When SPIDR� was first founded our primary goal was to provide a digital wellhead pressure (WHP) gauge that would allow customers to collect data at surface and convert to BHP.
Summary Summary Frac Monitoring
The fracturing process is accomplished by pumping fluid into the reservoir at high rate and pressure until the reservoir rock fractures.
Summary Summary Reservoir Engineers
Part of the reservoir engineer�s typical function is to perform pressure transient tests on a regular basis.
Summary Summary Packer Leakage
Packer leakage tests are used to verify isolation of the annulus from the tubing in a single-completion well.
Summary Summary Production Engineers
Well testing is one of the many duties overseen by Production Engineers and Technologists...
Summary Summary Fines Migration
High permeability wells are normally characterized as high productivity wells which means high flow rates and velocities, there is an opportunity to bring �fines� (or very small formation or reservoir material) into the wellbore which can act to plug or choke off portions of the gravel pack.
Summary Summary Limiting Flowing Bottomhole Pressure
The importance of limiting flowing bottomhole pressure to a maximum percentage (20% or some pre-determined percentage) of reservoir pressure is very important in high productivity wells.
Summary Summary Conventional Well Testing
Pressure transient testing of conventional gas producers is one of the most common applications for SPIDR.
Summary Summary Completion Engineers
In the past few years Completions Engineers have started to take on a more prominent role in well testing.
Summary Summary Build-Up
Build-up tests require the well to be shut in after producing for an extended time at a stable rate.
Summary Summary Services
Halliburton provides our clients with two primary services: rental of the SPIDR hardware and our proprietary conversion algorithms which allow us to accurately model wellhead pressure (WHP) to bottomhole (BHP) conditions.
Summary Summary Step Rate
Step-rate test are run on injection wells to determine the maximum injection rate possible without fracturing the reservoir.
Summary Summary SPIDR® - Self Powered Intelligent Data Retriever
SPIDR® is an acronym for Self Powered Intelligent Data Retriever.
Summary Summary Tutorials
Here you will find simple tutorials and explanations of some of the types of well test installations and procedures...
Summary Summary Two-Rate
The two-rate flowing test yields most of the same information as a build-up test, but without a shut-in.
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