Halliburton Wins $40M Contract

Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Halliburton Worldwide Limited has been awarded a two-year, $40 million multi-service contract by Occidental Mukhaizna, LLC, a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum Corporation for the Mukhaizna Field in the Sultanate of Oman. The contract calls for Halliburton to provide an integration of services from the Fluid Systems, Drilling and Formation Evaluation, and Production Optimization divisions. The range of services includes fluid services, cementing, casing attachments, directional drilling, mud logging, reservoir coring, and completion tools.
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