Halliburton Wins $23 Million Pemex Contract
Halliburton's subsidiary, Halliburton de Mexico, has been awarded a three-year contract by Pemex to provide tools and testing services and products for its Bateria Artesa field in Reforma Chiapas Mexico. The contract, with an estimated value of (USD) $23 million, will include the operation and maintenance of the Carmito CO2(a) Gas Separation Plant.
"We are very pleased with the confidence that Pemex has shown through this award," said Armando Galan, Mexico country manager, Halliburton's Tools Testing and Tubing Conveyed Perforating (TTTCP) product service line. "Halliburton has been providing this service to Pemex for the last six years and we're very pleased that they have chosen to continue using our service."
The Carmito CO2(a) Gas Separation Plant was built by Halliburton in 1997 and has been in operation ever since.
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