By connecting digital well planning from Well Construction 4.0 with onsite execution using the Nabors SmartRig® system, the companies are helping customers increase efficiencies and access well elements and real-time information.
Nagaraj Srinivasan, SVP Halliburton Landmark, Halliburton Digital Solutions and Consulting said: “By automatically communicating our industry leading Digital Well Program engineering designs in the form of drilling activities for execution by Nabors SmartROS, Landmark and Nabors Drilling Solutions (NDS) have fundamentally changed the way wells are constructed. Not only is it a key step toward overall drilling automation, but a catalyst to unleash continued innovation to lower cost and improve reliability of well construction.”
Subodh Saxena, SVP NDS, added: “We are excited to integrate our unique and leading SmartROS™ rig automation platform with Halliburton’s Digital Well Program through our SmartPLAN™ open interface. In addition to providing our customers with a seamless digital experience for interactive rig activity planning, scheduling, and coordination, this integrated offering also enables optimisation of the drilling recipes and workflows for automated drilling and wellbore placement.
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