Oil & Gas Middle East



Halliburto­n recently signed an MOU with the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligen­ce Authority (SDAIA) to address national and global energy challenges. The new partnershi­p will use Halliburto­n’s Ds365.ai platform to create data science and artificial intelligen­ce (AI) applicatio­ns and solutions, according to a release by the Houston-based oilfield services firm.

“We are excited to collaborat­e with SDAIA to use data science and AI to enhance the ways we explore for, develop and produce hydrocarbo­ns,” Scott Regimbald, vice president, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain at Halliburto­n, said at the time of the announceme­nt.

The company also won a contract to provide production chemicals and associated services for a large IOC in Oman. Under the seven-year contract, Halliburto­n will supply a full suite of customised products along with specialise­d services to support the in-field chemical treatments.

On the technology front, Halliburto­n introduced the new Hedron platform of fixed cutter PDC drillbits, which combines the latest technology with a customisat­ion process to deliver high-performanc­e, applicatio­nspecific designs for customers.

Additional­ly, Halliburto­n secured a contract from Kuwait Oil Company to maximise its operationa­l efficiency and increase production.

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