Under all contracts, Halliburton provides all fluids services at the rig site, including field maintenance, while National Oilwell builds and supplies the necessary equipment and systems. The team is working on projects for both land and offshore operations.
"Drilling waste management costs are increasing significantly and are expected to continue to rise as global markets demand higher environmental performance," said Simon Seaton, Halliburton's global operations manager for the Baroid Product Service Line. "The alliance allows Baroid to offer comprehensive waste management services and a complete line of state-of-the-art solids control equipment."
The alliance between Baroid and National Oilwell, initiated in September 2003, allows Baroid to offer an increased participation in the solids control and drilling waste management market.
"The alliance brings together Baroid's broad experience in waste management, environmental compliance, and solids control optimization with National Oilwell's expertise in rig design, solids control and waste management systems," said Tab Tettleton, Global Product Manager for National Oilwell. "The Baroid/National Oilwell Alliance provides significant advantages to our customers, including vastly improved efficiency in solids control equipment and processes."
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