Halliburton Energy Service, Inc.
|Halliburton Energy Service, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130113468||METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MEASURING LINEAR DISPLACMENT - For some embodiments, a system includes a moveable structure, moveable in at least a linear direction relative to a supporting structure, a magnetic field sensor assembly including a magnetic field sensor, and a magnet, wherein one of the magnet and the magnetic field sensor is coupled to the moveable structure, and wherein the other of the magnet and the magnetic field sensor assembly is coupled to the supporting structure, and wherein the magnetic field sensor assembly is configured to determine the relative position of the magnet to the magnetic field sensor.||05-09-2013|
|20130025869||Thermally Stable, Nonionic Foaming Agent for Foam Fracturing Fluids - A method foamed fracturing may include providing a wellbore that extends into a subterranean formation and introducing a foamed fracturing fluid into the subterranean formation at a pressure sufficient to create or enhance at least one fracture in at least a portion of the subterranean formation. The foamed fracturing fluid may generally include an aqueous base fluid, a sugar derivative foaming agent, and a gas.||01-31-2013|
|20120241172||PIPE CONVEYED EXTENDABLE WELL LOGGING TOOL - A pipe conveyed extendable well logging assembly includes a deployment system for extending and retracting a well logging tool relative to the pipe while downhole. The logging tool may be releasably latched to the pipe, and may include position sensors for position feedback and depth correction.||09-27-2012|
|20120190595||Carboxylic Acid and Oxidizer Clean-Up Compositions and Associated Methods of Use in Subterranean Applications - Methods of reducing the viscosity of a viscosified treatment fluid; providing a clean-up composition comprising a carboxylic acid; a chlorite-based breaker system comprising an alkali metal compound and an activator wherein the activator comprises a metal and an amine. Placing a viscosified treatment fluid in a subterranean formation via a well bore penetrating the subterranean formation; first contacting the viscosified treatment fluid with the chlorite-based breaker; and then contacting the viscosified treatment fluid with the clean-up composition; and, allowing the viscosity of the viscosified treatment fluid to reduce.||07-26-2012|
Patent applications by Halliburton Energy Service, Inc.