From the pump to the wireline unit, Halliburton offers the industry’s first all-electric frac site to reduce fuel costs and lower overall emissions.
Diesel fuel costs for well completion and stimulation historically run in upwards of US$1.2 million per month with fracturing pumps consuming the most fuel on location. With capital efficiency and emissions top of mind for service companies and operators, Halliburton offers an all-electric frac site powered by the grid.
Grid-Powered Electric Fracturing
Electric fracturing aligns with our goal to provide the industry with lower-carbon intensive solutions and our commitment to a sustainable energy future.
The Halliburton Zeus electric fracturing pumping unit delivers higher pump rates with 5,000 hydraulic horsepower.
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