Well Abandonment

Well abandonment is a natural part of the oilfield lifecycle. For over a hundred years, wells have been drilled, produced and finally abandoned. Historically, well productivity and costs determined when a wellbore was abandoned. Today, however, environmental concerns and government regulations add to this complexity. For operators, this dilemma is compounded by the wide variety of differing regulations, sometimes even within the same country. 

Halliburton's experience across the globe can help operators navigate the ever-changing, complex process of well abandonment. We'll help you protect your remaining reserves, safeguard the freshwater sources penetrated by the wellbore and prevent surface pollution, all while meeting regulatory requirements.

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