Halliburton Baroid is at the forefront of the drilling and completion fluids industry. Our mission is to develop and deploy innovative fluid technologies that help you produce more for less. We engineer advanced separation solutions for maximum performance by removing unwanted solids at the surface, recovering fluids for reuse in the active system, and optimizing your rate of penetration.
With industry-leading expertise and a customized approach, our teams are prepared for any resource play, anywhere in the world. Using rigorous practices and advanced digital technologies, we engineer solutions that boost overall performance while improving safety.
Custom drilling solutions for increased performance, more accurate planning and monitoring, and greater risk mitigation and safety.Explore
Collaborative and process-driven solutions to optimize fluid performance, maximize solids removal, and minimize cost.Explore
Comprehensive and efficient technology solutions for optimal fluid recovery and minimal environmental impact.Explore
Halliburton slops treatment helps operators achieve higher profit margins from process-driven execution, advanced technologies, and extensive experience.
Specialized drill-in fluids for every reservoir that improve well productivity and reduce formation damage.Explore
Halliburton completion fluids optimally prepare, repair, clean out, and complete the wellbore to maximize production.Explore
BaraKlean® cleaners promote wellbore cleanliness to lower costs and boost production.Explore
Proven corrosion-control treatments that mitigate the corrosive qualities of drilling, completion fluids, and other downhole factors.Explore
Baroid’s breaker systems remove filter cake to improve productivity or injectivity of treated wells.Explore
Customized filtration solutions maximize filtration and ensure environmental compliance for fluid discharge.Explore
Reduce or eliminate differential pressure across the packer with Baroid’s packer fluids, extending packer life and reliability.Explore
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