Halliburton opens new HQ to support operations in Indonesia

Halliburton has opened its new Indonesian headquarters in Jakarta, following a ribbon-cutting ceremony held April 27. This facility serves as Halliburton’s headquarters for all of its business lines in Indonesia, which provide services to support customers’ activities in the country.

This new facility will increase the efficiencies and capabilities of the company’s resources specifically focused on the mature fields, deepwater, and unconventional markets in Indonesia.

The 290,626-square-foot (27,000-square-meter) facility is located in the Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) area and includes offices, a warehouse, and maintenance and training facilities. It supports a workforce of more than 2,000 employees.

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