Halliburton To Provide Drilling Waste Management Services For Total E&P Indonesie
HOUSTON, Texas – Halliburton (NYSE:HAL) announced today that Baroid Surface Solutions™, part of the company’s Fluids Division, has been awarded a drilling waste management contract by TOTAL E&P INDONESIE for the Mahakam Delta in East Kalimantan. This four-year contract is the largest of its kind in the Asia Pacific Region.
“Halliburton is pleased to have been selected for this important work,” said Art Huffman, senior vice president, Baroid Fluid Services. “As the demands on operators to reduce the environmental impact of drilling operations increase, we are proud to offer the industry’s leading solutions to help our customers meet these requirements.”
Scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2006, the contract will include treatment of drill cuttings and recovery of oil for re-use in drilling fluids. Halliburton will be providing rig site waste management supervisors and collection equipment, along with a purpose-built Ground Control™ site. This Ground Control facility will use Thermal Desorption Units to handle and treat the waste streams generated by drilling operations, returning the maximum possible recovered fluids to the operator.
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