Halliburton Introduces FloConnect® Surface Automation Platform

Fully automated and scalable solution breakthrough Surface Automation Platform

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - ABU DHABI – November 1, 2022 – Halliburton Company (NYSE: HAL) today introduced the FloConnect® Surface Automation Platform, a fully automated and scalable solution for efficient and safe surface well testing operations.

An industry first, the FloConnect platform controls, measures, and analyzes surface well testing through automated workflows. The innovative platform facilitates a collaborative work environment and provides operators with superior well controllability, process safety, flow assurance, and emissions quantification. It also allows data access in real time, process monitoring, and control from a command center or remote location.

“The FloConnect Surface Automation Platform is a game changer in surface well testing operations,” said Daniel Casale, vice president of Testing and Subsea, Halliburton. “The FloConnect platform is a configurable, flexible, and highly scalable solution designed to serve customer’s well testing challenges with the most innovative technologies”.

Reducing operational variabilities and optimizing workforce deployment, the FloConnect platform improves personnel safety and lowers exposure to hazardous and complex operations by taking personnel out of the red zone.

With proprietary hardware and software solutions, the FloConnect platform also pro-actively addresses the industry’s responsibility to report and manage emissions.

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