Halliburton christens new generation well stimulation vesselVessel & ROV News // June 8, 2009
Seabrokers reports that Halliburton has christened its next generation stimulation vessel Stim Star Angola.
The 73.4m long DP2 vessel will provide cost-effective access to all phases of production stimulation including acidizing, fracturing, sand control, and conformance solutions.
The vessel will be capable of working in difficult sea conditions in deepwater locations at tension leg platforms, drill ships, large semi-submersibles and single wellheads.
Stim Star Angola will be available by the third quarter of 2009 and will be based in Soyo, Angola.