Halliburton Wins Thailand Well Automation Contract

Halliburton Wins Thailand Well Automation Contract
PTTEP will use Halliburton Landmark application to automate drilling, completions and engineering processes across the well lifecycle.

Thailand-based national petroleum exploration and production company PTTEP will use Halliburton Landmark’s Digital Well Program application for joint development of new well design workflows to automate drilling and completions engineering processes across the well lifecycle, Halliburton reported Tuesday.

“We are excited to collaborate with PTTEP to improve drilling performance,” Sid Whyte, senior vice president of Halliburton Asia Pacific, said in a written statement. “Digital Well Program, as an out of the box product with best in class workflows, will allow PTTEP to extend their existing drilling and completions practices for faster and more accurate well delivery.”

According to Halliburton, the application changes how wells are constructed and delivered by combining a digitalized planning and design process with engineering models on a single and open platform. The company added that its product will support PTTEP’s new wells drilled and use data from more than 1,500 existing wells to reduce planning cycle times, enable automation, facilitate advanced analytics and optimize well design.

“This contract demonstrates Halliburton’s commitment to understanding customer challenges and applying the right technology that maximizes their asset value,” concluded Whyte.

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