- Woodside Energy awarded the company 9 contracts for drilling, completion and testing services for Deepwater project by Woodside.
- The company is said to invest in Senegal through constructing facilities engaging local staff and utilizing local suppliers.
Houston based Halliburton has made it to the front page for its announcement of having awarded the 9 conditional contracts for drilling & completion services by Woodside Energy in Senegal.
Reportedly, the drilling campaign is expected to commence by the end of 2020 or early 2021. It has been claimed that the campaign is set for drilling and implementing 18 wells with over 8 optional wells over a span of 3 to 4-year term.
As per trusted reports, the contracts which have been awarded to the company include drilling, sorting, cementing, lower accomplishments, e-line or slick line, coiled tubing and testing services.
Shannon Slocum, Senior VP of Halliburton for Eurasia, Europe & Sub-Sahara Africa region was reportedly quoted stating that the company is thrilled to receive the awarded contracts and provide services from its various product service line on the primary Deepwater oil development in Senegal. Additionally, the company is expected to invest in Senegal through the constructing facilities, taking onboard the local staff and possibly engaging the local vendors or suppliers.
It has been reported that the preliminary engineering task will commence in Perth, Australia by the end of 2019 and will later be shifted to Dakar in Senegal in 2020.
Meanwhile, the nine-contract award is received just after a former provisional award to Halliburton in December the last year for drilling and completion services.
For the records, established in the year 1919, Halliburton is currently celebrating its century into the energy industry as one of the world’s largest service and product provider companies. Halliburton offers its customers the maximize value throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir starting from detecting hydrocarbons and handling geological data, to drilling and construction evaluation, well structure and completion, and augmenting production throughout the life of the asset.