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Baker Hughes, SGS agree on joint deployment of corrosion management solution

Baker Hughes, SGS agree on joint deployment of corrosion management solution

SGS and Baker Hughes, a GE company, announced a Strategic Alliance Agreement (SAA) for the joint deployment and commercialization of BHGE's real-time software and sensor-based Predictive Corrosion Management (PCM) solution. Leveraging the capability of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), PCM will enable asset owners to increase their ability to monitor their facilities, and detect and predict corrosion issues using real-time data powered by BHGE's ultrasonic sensing technology and advanced analytics. 

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Baker Hughes, Hoerbiger reach strategic cooperation agreement for compressor equipment and aftermarket

The negotiating partners (l–r): Linda Forese (BHGE), Alberto Rostagno (BHGE), Paolo Accai (BHGE), Jürgen Brenner (HOERBIGER), Claudio Calabrese (BHGE), and Christian Prinz (HOERBIGER). The team also included Antonio Maria Grimaldi and Simone Bassani from BHGE, as well as Harald Stehr and Peter Urszin from HOERBIGER.

Baker Hughes, a GE company, and HOERBIGER Kompressortechnik Holding GmbH, Vienna, Austria, entered into a comprehensive cooperation agreement for new equipment and the aftermarket business. The agreement has taken effect on February 1, 2018.

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Advanced fluid analysis and sampling while drilling

Advanced fluid analysis and sampling while drilling

Baker Hughes FASTrak Prism fluid analysis and sampling while drilling service uses advanced sensors and proven technology to collect and deliver reliable volumes of high-quality fluid samples and comprehensive, real-time reservoir characterization. These samples provide valuable insight into the reservoir to help operators improve efficiencies and make more informed decisions around their overall well completion and production strategy.

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Coiled tubing simulation software enables data-driven decisions

CIRCA coiled tubing simulation software from Baker Hughes enables coiled tubing service providers to maximize equipment performance and improve operational efficiency in well interventions. Based on learnings from the field and built and refined over three decades, the software allows coiled tubing providers and operators to build better job models for more predictable results. 

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Less trips cut costs with extended-life bit

Baker Hughes Incorporated has announced the commercial release of its Dynamus extended-life polycrystalline diamond compact (PDC) drill bit which can significantly reduce drilling costs by eliminating trips to replace bits or bottomhole assembly (BHA) tools that wear out in high horsepower drilling operations. The Dynamus bit is built on a robust frame that incorporates stabilizing elements to prevent lateral vibrations as well as proprietary cutters engineered to minimize wear. Reducing vibrations not only extends bit life, it also helps extend the life of other BHA tools and deliver smoother drilling performance for improved borehole quality.

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Deepwater multistage fracturing service saves millions of dollars

Deepwater multistage fracturing service saves millions of dollars

Baker Hughes' DEEPFRAC deepwater multistage fracturing service can save operators hundreds of millions of dollars in offshore developments through unprecedented efficiency gains across the completion phase. Using multiposition sleeves and patented flowback control technology, the service accelerates or eliminates certain steps of conventional multizone completion operations and enables rapid stimulation of 20+ stages. This translates into significantly greater reservoir contact, with an average OPEX savings of USD$30 to $40 million per well.

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Baker Hughes releases adaptive drill bit

Baker Hughes releases adaptive drill bit

Baker Hughes announced the commercial release of its TerrAdapt adaptive drill bit, which can deliver dramatic improvements in drilling economics by using automation to mitigate downhole dysfunctions that cause inefficient drilling and costly tool failures. With the industry’s first self-adjusting depth-of-cut (DOC) control elements, the TerrAdapt bit automatically changes its aggressiveness based on the formation through which it is drilling to mitigate vibrations, stick-slip and impact loading. For operators, this means faster, more consistent rates of penetration (ROP), longer bit/tool life and significantly reduced non-productive time and invisible lost time. 

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