TMK pens deal with Halliburton
18 September 2012
TMK has signed a contract with Halliburton International Inc. to provide threading services. TMK is one of the world's leading producers of tubular products for the oil and gas industry.
TMK Central Pipe Yard in Buzuluk, Russia, which is part of TMK Oilfield Services, will be responsible for fulfilling the contract by threading components of casing equipment for Halliburton’s Russian division.
Along with standard threads, TMK Central is expected to thread the entire line of TMK Premium Connections for Halliburton in the future. The signed contract is valid for three years.
Halliburton is one of the world’s largest suppliers of services for the oil and gas industry. They are in 80 countries around the world and offer a full line of oilfield services, from exploration and reserves estimation, to drilling, well construction and optimization of oilfield production processes.
TMK Central Pipe Yard is part of TMK Oilfield Services and specializes in repairing tubing, drill pipe, and sucker rods, as well as in producing elements for pipe strings.
In August 2012, TMK Central Pipe Yard fulfilled its first order for Halliburton by threading components of casing equipment with diameters of 146, 168 and 245 mm.
“We are interested in expanding the customer base of TMK’s oilfield services division, as well as increasing its market share,” said TMK Vice President for Premium Products and Services, Sergei Bilan. “TMK collaborates with many well-known Russian and international companies that provide drilling and well workover services. Halliburton is yet another well-known brand and world-class service provider. The signing of this contract strengthens TMK’s position in the service business and will promote the establishment and development of partnerships with other leaders in the oilfield services market.”
Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the oil and gas industry. It employs more than 70,000 people in approximately 80 countries.
Halliburton began operation in Oklahoma in the 1930s and now has facilities all over South, Central and North America as well as overseas.