Offshore Jobs at Halliburton

Offshore Jobs at Halliburton

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Halliburton is a US multinational company and is one of the biggest oil field service providers in the world. The company maintains 14 material support lines (PSLs). These PSLs work in two divisions: drilling & evaluation, and finishing & manufacturing. The company’s consulting and project management PSL operates across both divisions and is the cornerstone of its integrated service strategy. The Department of Drilling & Evaluation provides company’s financial results. PSLs are primarily responsible for planning, development of technology, creation of systems, production of resources and allocation of capital.

The company is functional in more than 70 states. It owns hundreds of international companies, partners, franchises, labels, and units worldwide. One main business division of Halliburton is the Energy Services Group (ESG). It offers a wide range of products and services across 14 fields for downstream Oil and Gas consumers worldwide.



Headquarters: Houston, Texas, United States

Annual Revenue: 23.995 Billion U.S Dollars

Number of Employees: 55,000



  • In 1919, the New Method Oil Well Cementing Company was started by Erle P. Halliburton.
  • In 1920, he brought a wild gas well under control, utilizing concrete for W.G. Skelly, in Oklahoma near Wilson.
  • In 1921, the U.S. patent was granted to the Halliburton “method and means of excluding water from oil wells”.
  • In 1924, the organization was incorporated with 56 workers in Delaware.
  • In 1926, export of machinery to Burma and India launched its first overseas company.
  • Halliburton continued cementing throughout America in the 1930s and 1940s.
  • In 1938, the company used a truck on a barge off the coast of Louisiana to cement its first offshore well.
  • The name of the company was changed to Halliburton Company in 1961.
  • Halliburton created an automatic mixing machine for drilling mud in 1968, mainly for offshore use.
  • Halliburton created a base camp at Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope of Alaska in 1969.
  • In 1976, the company manufactured the Halliburton Energy Institute in Duncan.
  • Halliburton collected the specialist logging and perforating company Gearhart Industries in 1989 and joined it to design Halliburton Logging Services.
  • Halliburton’s subsidiaries continued their projects throughout the world in the 1980s.
  • In 1990, In Iraq and Libya, Halliburton was found to violate federal trade barriers. Since then it is working smoothly.
  • In 1998, Halliburton combined with Dresser Industries.
  • In 2001, Halliburton Energy Services was named as Halliburton Products and Services Ltd.
  • In 2014 Halliburton and Baker Hughes cooperatively declared a final agreement pursuant in which Halliburton got $34.6 billion.
  • In 2016, the Merger Partnership was discontinued between Halliburton and Baker Hughes.



Halliburton provides more than 70 services to its customers worldwide, some of them are:


  • Artificial Lift:

Its Artificial Lift provides a number of common lift technologies, vertical pumping systems, and linear cavity pumps. It contains the combined surface kit for power, control, and tracking of the whole lift system and provides services for the development, servicing, repair and evaluation.



  • Chemical Services:

The company uses a number of chemical solutions and chemical products and services to maximize output of its operations. It guarantees to provide exceptional technical expertise.



  • Drilling:

In the mining market, Halliburton models drilling systems that not only improved and modern in technology but also cut down costs by reducing non-productive time, establishing optimum production rates and having lower capital expenditure.



  • Pipeline & Process Services:

The company’s Pipeline and Process Services provide a wide range of re-commissioning, commissioning, maintenance and decommissioning services to the on-shore and off-shore pipeline and process plant development, commissioning and supplying industries.



  • Project Management:

Company’s outstanding project managers and product coordinators have years of success in ensuring that customers’ mission objectives are accomplished and successful operations are performed. Its project management division provides prompt and budget-friendly building, well-intervention, and abandonment programs through integrated risk management and leadership.



  • Wellbore Service Tools:

Wellbore Service Tools deliver integrated solutions globally by integrating state of the art equipment development and distribution technologies, including a diverse range of retrievable service tools and wellbore cleaning software.



  • Well-Intervention:

Well-intervening services of the company’s rigs are cost-effective when compared to other drilling rigs. The company has coiled tubing, hydraulic workover, electrical wireline, and slick-line equipment through which it provides services such as electrical records, digging, tubing & casing perforation, pumping & agitation, completion of sand command, well management, snubbing, re-completion, abandonment, and well assessment.



  • Deepwater Solutions:

Halliburton explores and work on some of the industry’s most complicated projects. It has a long record of deep-water plays around the world. It has performed operations in pre-salt reservoirs in Brazil, deploying complex completions in the Gulf of Mexico, etc.. It also has expertise in dealing with high-pressure/high-temperature wells in the Asian Pacific.



  • Heavy Oil:

To grow and manufacture commercially, heavy Oil needs an awfully high level of effort and skills. Production rates of this high viscosity, often chemically compromise hydrocarbons and are influenced by the efficacy of the available technology as well as conventional supply and affordability of Oil. But as energy demand grows, large conventional Oil reserves become insufficient, and the price of finding and extracting conventional Oil increases, heavy Oil economies must develop gradually.


Countries of operation:


The company has offices and production plants in the following countries:


  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Venezuela
  • Colombia
  • Argentina
  • Panama
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Ecuador
  • Algeria
  • Angola
  • Egypt
  • Gabon
  • Nigeria
  • Cameroon
  • Libya
  • Austria
  • New Zealand
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Spain
  • Australia
  • Russia &
  • China