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Halliburton wins two drilling contracts from ENI

Written by Paulo Nogueira
Published 31/12/2018 às 08:42

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Halliburton will deploy four to six rigs for development wells over the next two years in Iraq with Eni Iraq BV (Eni) to provide integrated drilling services at the Zubair Oilfield in southern Iraq.

Halliburton Company (NYSE: HAL) announced today that it has signed two contracts with Eni Iraq BV (Eni) to provide integrated drilling services at Eni's Zubair Oilfield in southern Iraq. Under the contracts, Halliburton will deploy four to six rigs to drill development wells over the next two years.

“We are pleased to be given this job and the opportunity to collaborate with Eni to design solutions for Zubair's development,” said Mahmoud El-Kady, Vice President, Iraq Area for Halliburton. “We have provided a wide range of drilling services to Eni since 2011 and signing these contracts is a testament to our continued commitment to safety and superior service quality.”

Halliburton is one of the leading service companies in Iraq and is focused on safe and efficient operations, the empowerment of its national workforce and its commitment to technology and service quality.

Halliburton projects in Brazil

In its business in Brazil, Halliburton is working and hiring strong for its projects, with great performance in the field of completion of wells, it also targets revitalization activities in the mature fields of the Campos Basin.

It is important to point out that it is a global company, so it doesn't matter the nationality of those who wish to pursue a career in this company, just fulfill the requirements and, of course, participate in the processes. selective and have command of English.

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Paulo Nogueira

With a technical background, I worked in the offshore oil and gas market for a few years. Today, my team and I are dedicated to bringing information from the Brazilian energy sector and the world, always with credible and up-to-date sources.

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