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Advanced automation for seamless results 

Today, operators can project their well path, make real-time drilling decisions, and consistently hit their target—on time and on budget. Halliburton uses machine learning and physics-based models to avoid collisions, control steering, and manage vibration and pressure parameters. By creating digital twins of the reservoir, Halliburton specialists project complex drilling scenarios and geological uncertainty in real-time. We then project the outcome virtually and apply data analytics to fine-tune the current drill plan.

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Automation Solutions

Automation Solutions

Halliburton Sperry Drilling enables consistent well delivery through directional sensors, physics-based 3D modeling, and machine learning.

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LOGIX™ Automated Drilling Solution

LOGIX™ Automated Drilling Solution

Halliburton Sperry Drilling introduces the LOGIX™ Automated Drilling Solution which uses physics-based models digital twin of the drilling system and machine learning to automate drilling.

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Remote Operations

Remote Operations

Halliburton’s Remote Drilling Center™ enables operators and subject matter experts to better collaborate on multiple wells around the world.

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Halliburton HalVue™ Real-Time Viewer

Halliburton HalVue™ Real-Time Viewer

HalVue™ Real-Time Viewer gives you a consistent view of your drilling data across your operations as it comes in from the rig.

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WORLD OIL / OCTOBER 2018

The path to autonomous directional drilling

Advancements in electronics and sensor technology, sophisticated algorithms, and high-speed telemetry are leading the way to automated drilling.

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