Halliburton surface well testing (SWT) equipment and solutions compile full and reliable data, enabling better reservoir evaluations and appraisalsTalk to an expert
The Halliburton surface well testing (SWT) package acquires full and reliable measurements throughout the well testing process, giving operators a better view of a reservoir’s full potential under many conditions. From exploration and appraisal to well clean-up to production testing, our SWT tools and solutions deliver the most valuable information to guide asset evaluation and decision making.
Automated well testing operations for multiple zones in high-pressure, ultra-high H2S reservoirs removed personnel from the red zoneRead case study
Halliburton is advancing solutions, including proprietary hardware and software tools for the continuous acquisition, storage, evaluation, monitoring, control, and reporting of emissions data. These innovative solutions are engineered specifically for oil and gas applications with the aim of providing critical emissions-related information that enables environmentally conscious, operational decision-making in real-time.
The award-winning Environmentally Distinctive Burner (EDB) is a fully automated system for monitoring well conditions at the burner head in real-timeRead data sheet
Fingertip control allows interaction with equipment through graphical displays, icons, and alarms to monitor and control the SWT process. Control functionality equivalent to technical know-how is provided by process automation, vastly improving overall operational efficiency,
Control, measure, and analyze surface well testing through automated workflows.
Fast, cost-effective solutions to bridge the gap between discovery and profitable production.
Improve short and long-term well performance, reduce damage to the completion and formation, and increase production.
During diagnostic fracture injection testing (DFIT), acquire high resolution pressure data at the wellhead during flowing and shut-in.
Acquire real-time well data without the need for intervention during frac interaction monitoring.
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