Haliburton sand control services help operators design and select optimum chemicals, fluid loss control systems, and completion tools for each well.
Migration of sand within the reservoir can present major obstacles to well production through reduced production rates, sand bridging, erosion of equipment, and sand disposal and removal. Our sand control services begin with an in-depth analysis of the reservoir and well conditions.
Based on your unique needs, we then provide specialized surface and downhole equipment, including gravel pack packers and screens, surface pumping equipment, fluid systems, and filtration systems, all supported by completion service so you can maximize value from your assets.
Halliburton EquiFlow® inflow control devices help delay and reduce the flow of unwanted fluids, stimulate balanced and accelerate production.
Halliburton delivers reliable single-trip systems for any multizone application up to 15,000 psi.
Multizone sand control completion systems are proven to save valuable rig time. Halliburton has a long, successful history with single-trip multizone sand control systems that save days of rig time over stacked sand control systems, capture short, low reserve intervals that would normally be bypassed, and reduce risk by helping eliminate the need to run and retrieve packer plugs.
Our latest 15,000-psi system offers the highest pump rate capability in deepwater and ultra-deepwater projects.
Enables several intervals to be isolated and treated with a high-rate frac pack during a single trip of the work string.
These screened pipe joints positioned in the wellbore, opposite formation perforations, block sand while allowing oil or water to flow through. Halliburton screen technology offers operators every conceivable advantage: precise particle size control, high strength and durability, unbeatable corrosion resistance, high pressure tolerance, increased containment capacity, superior erosion resistance, and backwash efficiency. They also feature automatic verification and real-time screen gauge manipulation.
Delivers reservoir compliance and positive wellbore support while providing unprecedented installation simplicity, flexibility, and life-of-well reliability.
Enhances gravel packing by providing a bi-path for the borehole-screen annulus slurry to be pumped and packed along the producing interval.
Provides the highest solids retention and plugging resistance possible with multi-layered construction.
For sand control applications requiring a more efficient filtration media, this dual shroud screen provides effective solids filtration in a shrouded, nonbonded mesh screen.
We design our inflow control devices (ICD) to improve completion performance and efficiency by balancing inflow throughout the length of a completion. Autonomous ICDs restrict water and gas production to increase recoverable reserves and extend well production. Both technologies simplify sand control completions while increasing reliability.
Features innovative dynamic fluidic diode technology to distinguish the types of fluids flowing through the device in order to optimize oil production and recovery.
Stimulation services have a simple goal: to maximize the value of the operator's assets. Halliburton helps achieve this goal with a wide range stimulation technologies, including advanced fluid systems, pumping capabilities and conductivity endurance technology.
Sand control procedures and practices vary throughout the world - and Halliburton's experience in the global marketplace ensure that our products and systems precisely match the character and requirements of specific formations.
Reliable and cost-effective
A remedial chemical treatment to control excessive production of sand from highly unconsolidated sandstone reservoir.LEARN MORE
World Oil / July 2018
The Endurance Hydraulic Screen® can accomplish sand control in various intervals in just one trip, so it clearly meets operators’ needs.READ ARTICLE
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Endurance Hydraulic Screen® helps reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency
WORLD OIL / SEPTEMBER 2019
An effectiveness analysis of various completion designs for reducing water production yields significant benefits during field development.Read case study