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Halliburton Casing Equipment Differentiators

Halliburton is the only oilfield services provider to offer both
cementing services and casing equipment globally. This
integrated approach allows operators to gain efficiency and reduce
operating costs by running and landing casing to depth and
achieving long-term zonal isolation.
Super Seal II (SS-II) Float Valve
The Super Seal II valve is available in three sizes:
2-in. for tubing equipment

Super Seal II
Double Valve
Float Collar


Standard Super Seal II float assemblies are designed with a flow

deactivated auto-fill feature. The flow deactivated auto-fill feature
is incorporated as a standard feature. The engineered coil spring
incorporated into the valve assemblies provides sufficient force
against the valve to help ensure proper auto-fill performance is


2-in. and 4-in. for casing equipment designed to maximize

flow area for operations where high circulation rates are
necessary for improved annular displacement efficiency while
minimizing fluid erosion that could affect valve performance

Super Seal II Tubing Float Collar

or Float Shoe

The 2 -in. Super Seal II and Cementless Completions floating

equipment do not have the auto-fill feature
Down jet and high-port up-jet float shoes are designed with
tangential flow ports uniquely designed to maximize wellbore
cleaning at all circulation rates. Additionally, tapered composite
and offset tapered composite noses are also available with these
jetting options for running casing in difficult wellbores
Super Seal II float valve is the industrys only poppet
configuration that maximizes shoe track displacement
efficiency by design
Super Seal II valve design is also available in a Life of the Well
configuration used in non-cemented completions strings where
higher than normal performance ratings are required
Super Seal II float valve is available in a variety of inner-string
cementing configurations


Available with or without latch down displacement dart

Load-Carrying inner-string cementing equipment available
(up to 400,000 lbs)
Optional Extended Sealing Sleeve (ESS) design to compensate
for rig heave on offshore jobs

Tapered offset noses allow for better travel in deviated

hole sections.

High Wiping Efficiency (HWE) Cementing Plugs

The Omega / HWE Cementing Plugs

HWE cementing plugs incorporate a patented deep cup wiper

configuration that provides measurable improvements over
conventional cementing plugs in three key areas.
Reliable displacement under the most severe well conditions
Efficient wiping of the casing ID
Drill-ability for quick and easy drill out with roller cone and
fixed cutter PDC bits
Designed especially for the HWE bottom cementing plug, the
patented phenolic shear disk provides unique features not found
in conventional rupture mechanisms :

The Omega HWE cementing plugs were designed to incorporate

two proven technologies for the purpose of providing superior
wiping efficiency and fluid separation for the most demanding

More consistent rupture pressures compared to rubber coated

fabric diaphragm.

HWE cementing plugs are suitable for use with water-based

mud, oil-based mud, and synthetic-based mud and can be used
with most Halliburton cementing floating equipment that is de
signed with a flat landing seat

Fine fragment pattern provides a full bore flow path to help im

prove flow performance with debris, lost circulation material or
other foreign materials that may be in the drilling fluid or
cement. Fine fragmented pieces easily pass through floating
equipment, thereby decreasing the possibility of material
plugging below the cementing plug

Semi-spherical ball fits more tightly into the casing to provide

greater wiping efficiency and wear resistance for horizontal wells
where solids beds are common as compared to conventional
plug assemblies

More drillable than previous higher pressure rupture discs

made of aluminum, brass or stainless steel

Omega HWE cementing plugs are suitable for use with waterbased mud, oil-based mud, and synthetic-based mud and can be
used with most Halliburton cementing floating equipment that
is designed with a flat landing seat

A 750 psi rating of the phenolic shear disk in the HWE plug is
higher than the industry average. It offers the following advan
tages over previous rubber coated fabric designs

Also, Omega HWE cementing plugs are designed with phenolic

plastic, elastomer, and minimum aluminum to help ensure drill
ability with roller cone or fixed cutter polycrystalline diamond
compact (PDC) drill bits

Reduces premature rupture in mixed strings when

encountering crossovers
Reduces premature rupture associated with fill or sag
in extended length horizontal wells

Differential pressure rating equal to standard HWE cementing

plugs when used with other Halliburton cementing floating

HWE cementing plugs are suitable for use with water-based mud,
oil-based mud, and synthetic-based mud and can be used with
most Halliburton cementing floating equipment that is designed
with a flat landing seat

Subsurface Release II (SSR-II) Cementing Plugs

Halliburtons SSR subsurface release cementing plug system
allows cementing operations to be performed from a floating
vessel or fixed platform that uses a subsea wellhead.


Halliburton was the first to use SSR plug technology in
deepwater cementing in the 1970s
Halliburton SCRM (Single Collet Release Mechanism) was
introduced to the industry in the 1990s, and is still the field
proven design choice of Halliburton sub surface release
equipment technology, and the basis of Halliburton SSR and
SSR-II plug sets

Manufactured from a fiberglass resin matrix (composite) that
replaces metals commonly used in conventional SSR cementing
plugs. The composite materials are more easily drilled with PDC
bits compared to aluminum because it fragments into pieces
that can easily be displaced to the surface
Industry average drill out time for conventional SSR Plugs has
been 94 minutes. With the SSR-II plug set, the average drill out
time has been 17 minutes average, thats over an 80% savings
in time on drill out procedures

Protech DRB Centralizers

Protech DRB centralizers can be used for casing inside casing
applications and for drill pipe wear bands
A composite material as hard as sapphire and with a low
coefficient of friction
Centralizer blades are permanently bonded directly to the
drill pipe
Halliburton has Master Services Agreements (MSA) with the
following preferred vendors and alliance partners for centralizer

Designed with improved flow area that allows higher circulation

rates and reduced frictional pressure drop for applications where
surge/swab effects need to be minimized to improve surge
reduction and increase casing running speed
Flow tested at 20 bpm for 24 hours with a 300F (148.9C)
temperature rating
SSR-II plugs are available for casing sizes 9 and larger
Available in a three plug configuration (2 bottom plug option)
for applications where a first bottom plug can be launched for
displacement calibration while mud conditioning operations
are being performed
Open cell foam matrix wiper plugs are used to wipe all drill pipe
sizes from 4 to 6. This enhanced foam technology design
offers the ability to wipe a broader range of multiple ID passages
singly or in combination drill strings
Protech CRB Centralizers
Patent rights owned by ENI with Halliburton as the exclusive
worldwide distributor
More than 2000 applications worldwide
Centralizer blades custom molded and bonded directly to casing
using a proprietary process
Extremely high adhesion values mean that the blades are
integral to pipe
Can be applied in any geometry and located anywhere on
the pipe
Geometric shapes include button, pad, teardrop, straight,
spiraled, and staggered
Titanium ceramics and carbon fiber composite material
provides a very low coefficient of friction
Non-metallic inert composite material
Low angle entry/exit blade design assists reaching total depth
Can pass the smallest restrictions (for instance, Protech CRB
centralizers have been used on a 5--in. lateral liner in a
5-7/8-in. hole)
Suitable for well temperatures up to 425F (218.3C)

Protech CRB Centralizers

blades bonded directly to casing

Antelope Oil Tools

Bow spring, rigid, and customer centralizer designs
Centralizer designs available in API and non-API designs and
Other high-quality casing attachments include limit clamps,
cement baskets, scratchers, and wall cleaners in an array of sizes
Custom build to non-API sizes in most cases
Antelope close tolerance centralizers
Alternative to running ICCS (Inter-Casing Centralizer Subs)
Very low starting and running forces
High restoring force
Run with press-on limit clamps for maximum holding force
Press-on limit clamps reduces tolerance stack of metal
components to allow for running under tight tolerance bow
spring centralizers to allow for the centralizer to be pulled in
either direction
Centek Centralizers
Premium high-performance, semi-rigid, double-curvature bow
spring centralizer made of single-piece, laser-cut material
(non-weld construction)
Zero starting force exceptionally high load/deflection
performance enables the external diameter of the centralizer to
slide-fit into a gauge open hole
Designed with flexibility to allow passage through under-gauge
hole sections
Double curvature bow provides robust restoring force while
minimizing starting and running force

Ray Oil Tools

Corrosion Resistant Alloy (CRA) centralizers
Aluminum solid band straight blade and left/right spiral blade
positive stand-off
Aluminum alloys are resistant to corrosion and provide high
impact and shock resistance along with high tensile strength
and yield strength
A variety of blade lengths are available
Solid centralizers may also be secured to the casing with
optional set screws where it is not desirable to rotate or
reciprocate the casing during cement operations
Designed to provide a fixed casing standoff regardless of
lateral load
The centralizers should be installed between two stop rings or
between a casing collar and a stop ring when casing rotation
reciprocation is desired

Available in Type H or Type P version

Type H is opened hydraulically once the first stage shut- off
cementing plug has landed
Type P uses a free fall or displacement type opening plug
Can be functioned with composite free-fall opening plugs that
are designed for improved drillability.
Free-fall opening plugs are designed for improved operational
safety on location when loading into the casing or cementing
Free-fall and displacement type plug sets are available to match
the selected stage tool type and specific application
Incorporates dual lock rings located under the external sleeves
and protected from wellbore fluids and debris that can prevent
their ability to function properly

Downhole Products (DHP)

Spir-o-lizer Zinc solid band spiral blade positive stand-off
CRA centralizer
Offers an extension of casing life by delaying the corrosion
cycle via the unique introduction of downhole cathodic
Unique non-sparking alloy recommended for safe use in
hazardous environments (aluminum or steel do not meet
this criterion)
The BLADERUNNER patented friction-reducing Spir-o-lizer
centralizer performs equally well in open or cased holes
Maximize drag reduction, minimize start up torque
Cost effective alternative to roller type centralizers

BACE collars are optimally placed through the use of

Landmark WELLPLAN software
Single trip system deactivates with pressure disc and
cement plugs
Design does not require holes extending through to the OD
of the casing
Full bore ID after tool has functioned
Available in many premium thread size and weights (the collet
design enables thread design by casing size rather than casing
wall thickness)

Buoyancy Assist Casing Equipment (BACE)

for Extended Reach Wells

SuperFill System
SuperFill Surge Reduction Equipment (FV, FVB, and FVB Plus)
provides a reliable way for wellbore fluid to enter the casing or
liner ID while the casing is being run into the hole, helping to
reduce wellbore surge pressure and the volume of fluid lost to the
High capacity fill opening
Costly surface fill time is reduced or eliminated
Some configurations allow for multiple circulations while
running in the hole
Available in flow or pressure deactivated designs
High LCM fluid systems compatible
Available in float shoes and float collars in single or double
valve configurations
For use in surface and subsurface release applications
PDC Drillable

ES II Stage Cementers


Halliburton was the first company to bring

multi-stage cementing technology to the oilfield
industry. During the mid 1940s, Halliburton
introduced the Diverter Valve multi-stage cementing
assembly. This tool became an industry standard
that is currently referred to as the DV tool, the
industry-adopted term for multi-stage cementing
equipment or jobs.
ES II family of stage cementers is an external
closing sleeve stage cementer
A single piece mandrel eliminates the need for
threaded or welded connections that can be a
leak path over the life of the well
Provides a smooth bore drill out

Type P ES II Stage Cementer

Plug Setting Aids

Bottom Hole Kick-off Assembly (BHKA)
Allows for reliable placement of a competent cement plug for
kickoff, sidetrack, and plug-and-abandonment purposes
Reduces the need for additional plug-back attempts
Reliable tail pipe disconnect
Open-ended work string after disconnect
Eliminates swabbing from plug
Reduces risk of differential sticking
Dart activated
Available with optional open hole packer
Tubing Release Tool (TRT)
A plug setting aid that helps enable placement of a competent,
uncontaminated cement plug downhole in an unbalanced hole
Similar to BHKA disconnect, but has a built-in fluid retention
device for function when desired after disconnect
Reliable sacrificial tail pip disconnect (steel, aluminum or
Ball and foam wiper ball activated
CST Perigon Cement Support Tool
Provides a displaceable fluid separator between fluids to help
mitigate the effects of gravity upon the cement plug (boycott,
spiral, or extrusion effects)
Pumped to setting depth ahead of the spacer/cement or placed
before the pre-job circulation is started with a drill pipe wiper
Expands and fills the hole when exiting drill pipe or tubing
Can be used for any off-bottom plugging operation as long as
there is no lost circulation problem below the CST
Compatible with all known drilling fluids with well
environments up to 350F (176.6C)
Tools available to work in wellbore with hole sizes 5-in. to
45-in., as well as no angle limitation
The CST tool is designed and manufactured by Perigon in
Norway. Halliburton is a distributor for this tool and its

PSA (Plug Setting Aid) System

Halliburton combines previous field proven plug setting aids with
newly designed accessories to enhance effective plug setting
specifically for complicated wellbores. These tools eliminate the
need for conventional pump and pull plug setting techniques.
They also allow for increased plug lengths and decreased cement
contamination, while helping reduce wait-on-cement time.
The PSA system incorporates some or all of the following:
BHKA (Bottom Hole Kick-off Assembly) Disconnect Tool with
activation dart
Sacrificial Tailpipe
Drillable Tailpipe Centralizer
Drillable Tailpipe Diverter with Diverter Ball
The new drillable tailpipe centralizer and diverter incorporate
multiple layers of flexible diffusers
Can be assembled to fit many different work string and
annular configurations
Adjustable flow path options
Centralizer Diverter Shoe
Guides tail pipe into well bore
Provides base to eliminate annular fluid movement
due to gravity
Centralizer assembly allows one way annular fluid movement
Provides jetting action for hole cleaning and cement
Prevents slumping in horizontal wells

For more information on Halliburton Casing Equipment,

please call you local Halliburton representation or email us at cementing@halliburton.com.
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