SPE 2013: Halliburton shows CYPHER integrated workflow

Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) has introduced CYPHER Seismic-to-Stimulation service at the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition.

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NEW ORLEANS – Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) has introduced CYPHER Seismic-to-Stimulation service at the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition.

CYPHER is a collaborative workflow that integrates geoscience, reservoir, drilling, and completion engineering.

The service is supported by a breakthrough technology suite using an iterative process that identifies the best well placement and stimulation designs, critical parameters to the total well cost, and ultimate production, says Halliburton.

The CYPHER service, built on collaboration, integrates all available data – seismic, cores, logs, microseismic, and production – and is supported by applications for earth modeling, formation evaluation, horizontal drilling, complex fracture modeling, reservoir simulation, and more.

Field trials are under way in the United States, Europe and the Asia/Pacific region.

9/30/2013

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