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Halliburton Introduces First of its Kind Drill Bit Technology


Published Jan 4, 2017
Halliburton - Cruzer depth of cut
The Cruzer improves overall drilling economics, and is particularly effective in applications requiring more stabilised control of the directional drilling process (photo: Halliburton)

Halliburton has announced the release of Cruzer™ depth-of-cut rolling element, an innovative drill bit technology designed to increase tool face control without reducing drilling efficiency. This provides operators with the ability to increase their rate of penetration (ROP) at a lower cost per foot for improved economics.

“Cruzer is a step-change and first of its kind innovation that will complement our existing bit portfolio and provide customers with another tool to help maximise their drilling operations,” says Steve Allen, vice president of Drill Bits and Services.

Halliburton drill bits are developed through a proprietary process called Design at the Customer Interface (DATCISM), which customises each bit for an operator’s specific application. DATCI employs a global network of design specialists who are familiar with regional characteristics and collaborate with a customer for an optimised solution.

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