Halker’s environmental and site safety expertise was in the spotlight last week when firm client, Liberty Resources, featured our midstream work at the 2015 Bakken Artificial Lift Cost Reduction and Production Optimization Conference in Denver, Colorado.
In its presentation, Liberty specifically discussed the support Halker provided them throughout the site planning process and the role we played in helping them realize their cost savings and production optimization goals.
Take a look at the following slide from Liberty’s presentation:
Now in its third year, the Bakken Artificial Lift Cost Reduction and Production Optimization Conference is dedicated to the optimization and cost reduction of production assets with a focus on identifying the areas of most costly expenditure without compromising production rates.
“As operators engage in new price-responsive strategies to react accordingly to the low oil price environment, the big push is on innovative cost cutting and the optimization of existing assets,” organizers wrote on the event website. “Whether switching to new chemical treatments to reduce failures, restructuring equipment to reduce surface facilities costs, or redeploying artificial lift to ensure every pump generates the most revenue possible per day, there are ways to reduce costs in both incremental and transformational ways from the production engineering perspective to ensure wells remain economic.”
Halker’s strategic field development practice helps clients plan and develop their engineered oil and gas facilities on a large scale, with an eye toward system optimization, site safety and regulatory compliance. This whole-systems approach helps well owners and operators to optimize and expand existing field systems, and strategically expand and develop new systems, for maximized production and profit through engineered solutions.