Halliburton drillable tools help reduce rig time and quick drill out for isolation, stimulation, remedial cementing, and P&A operations.
Halliburton drillable squeeze packers and bridge plugs are designed for wellbore zonal isolation, stimulation, remedial cementing, and plug and abandonment (P&A) operations. Our drillable bridge plugs are available in metal and composite materials, ranging in size from 3 ½ to 20 inches, and are designed to operate in wellbore conditions up to 425⁰F (218.3⁰C).
Halliburton cement retainers are designed for cement squeeze applications, on both land-based and offshore rigs and in various well types.
Equipped with a brass mandrel that absorbs greater tensile and impact loads as compared to cast iron mandrel tools. Available with API 11D1 designation.
Sliding valve brass packers designed with minimal ferrous metal content for easy drill out and a stinger-operated sliding valve for bi-directional pressure control.
Used between zones in horizontal and multistage stimulation treatments to provide isolation or as barriers for temporary abandonment or BOP change out.
Optimal when temporary abandonment is required or where minimal weight is available to remove a conventional metal bridge plug. Pumpdown versions facilitate getting tools to TD, reducing pump rates by up to 50%.
Designed to isolate perforated intervals or portions of a well, its unique material allows for enhanced durability and easy drilling in horizontal applications.
WORLD OIL / MARCH 2016
Halliburton and Eclipse teams joined forces to set 124 Obsidian frac plugs, achieving a North America land record of 26,641 feet in plug set depth.READ FULL ARTICLE