Vice President, Canada
Celebrating their 100th Year in 2019, Halliburton has long been viewed as “The Execution Company” in the world of Oil & Gas. When Erle P. Halliburton started the company in 1919, it was based on a new technology to cement wells.100 years later, the company still follows one of Erle’s first stated goals… “In short, we intend to maintain leadership in our chosen field”. In this presentation, John Gorman, Vice President, Canada at Halliburton, will discuss how the company is continuing Erle Halliburton’s goals in optimizing their oilfield operations by using technology to improve production while reducing cost/boe, remaining safe, reliable and efficient.
If there is something Halliburton is great at doing it is collecting data – from well design to drilling to well completions to production we gather data from each of our 14 product lines. And every year we add more down hole and surface sensors and connectivity and our data output grows:
• Heat indicators and remote sensors for condition based maintenance and predictive analytics
• Fiber technology for remote monitoring of wells
• Converting data to insights with advanced data analytics
• This presentation will delve into some of the ways Halliburton is not only increasing the collection, but also the use of Big Data in their operations.