Halliburton opens new base in South Australia

Halliburton has opened a new base at Regency Park, South Australia, in order to service its customers in the state’s growing energy sector.

Halliburton’s new facility offers management, engineering, and operations support for multiple Halliburton departments across Australasia. The site's mechanical workshop also provides maintenance support for South Australian-based equipment.

Additionally, the new facility has warehousing to supply products, materials, and parts to Halliburton’s operations. Other functions at the site include logistics for Cooper Basin and interstate sites, along with procurement, a training facility, and quality assurance.

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