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Monday, October 24, 2016

Halliburton Launches State-of-the-Art Vessel for GOM Work

September 24, 1999

Halliburton Energy Services has deployed a new vessel, M/V Cape Hawke, to Carmen, Mexico to enhance its contract longstanding with PEMEX. The new vessel replaces M/V 221, which has been providing services for PEMEX in the Gulf of Mexico for the last 19 years. M/V Cape Hawke is the second totally new state-of-the-art vessel unveiled by Halliburton this year for work in the Gulf of Mexico. M/V Stim Star, launched in February, serves the frac pack deepwater market, while Cape Hawke will serve the acidizing market. Some of the new vessel's features include below deck storage of bulk additives, primarily acids and xylene; dynamic positioning capability; and 6,750 hydraulic hp pumping capability. In addition, Cape Hawke has Automatic Remote Controls of high pressure pumping and fluid blending and proportioning; and contains the newest hydraulic hp equipment available to the market. Cape Hawke is also IMO/SOLAS certified.

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