Repsol using Halliburton’s well design software

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Halliburton announced Wednesday that Repsol implemented the Halliburton Landmark DecisionSpace® 365 Well Construction Suite as its preferred digital solution to automate and streamline its well design process. Halliburton said the deployment provides scalability, flexibility, integration, and third-party collaboration and accelerates the adoption of machine learning and artificial intelligence across the drilling and wells organization.

It said the Well Construction Suite and Digital Well Program® help Repsol standardise its well design process and automate routine work to increase efficiency and minimise down time. The SmartDigital® co-innovation service delivers tailored workflows and new components to further reduce cycle time and provide greater data quality throughout the well workflow process.

“Halliburton Landmark’s cloud technologies reduce planning time and automate workflows throughout the value chain,” said Nagaraj Srinivasan, senior vice president of Landmark, Halliburton Digital Solutions, and Consulting. “DecisionSpace 365 applications on iEnergy® hybrid cloud allow Repsol to re-engineer their business processes and adapt them to the cloud for simplified global operations and lowest Total Cost of Ownership.”

“We are excited to streamline our digital processes with Halliburton,” said Roberto Tello, Drilling Manager, Repsol. “The DecisionSpace 365 systems will contribute to shorten our well planning time, automate engineering calculations, and reduce our non-productive time.”

Hess and PETRONAS have also implemented Halliburton’s well construction technology for their business. Halliburton is a prime contractor of ExxonMobil in Guyana.

Repsol is the operator of the Kanuku block offshore Guyana.


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