Haliburton (NYSE: HAL) Introduces New Exploration Technology

Written By Jason Stutman

Posted October 7, 2013

Haliburton Introduces Fluid Analysis Service

Haliburton Company (NYSE: HAL) has revealed a new down-hole fluid analysis technology at the Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Unlike other fluid analysis services, Haliburton’s ICE CoreSM, is able to read which specific fluids are present and in what proportions. Applications for the technology include exploration, deep water, sample validation, flood mapping, and reservoir grading. We can expect a high demand for this product as the oil industry continues to rely heavily on data analysis for exploration and development.

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