Halliburton Wins Shell Drilling Contract Offshore Brazil

April 17, 2019

File photo: Halliburton)
File photo: Halliburton)

Services company Halliburton announced Wednesday it has secured an integrated services contract with Royal Dutch Shell for post-salt development and pre-salt exploration in the Campos and Santos Basins offshore Brazil.

Under the contract, which includes a three-year term with a two-year extension, Halliburton will provide drilling services to drive greater efficiency by integrating multiple product offerings and technologies, it said.

“Our integrated services model is designed to help accelerate new field development, reduce drilling and completion costs and increase recovery through the utilization of our innovative technologies and basin insight,” said Anouar Fraija, vice president of Halliburton Brazil. “We are excited to win this award and collaborate with Shell to deliver integrated solutions that maximize their asset value.”



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