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Drilling and completion fluids are critical for optimizing drilling programs, maximizing efficiency, and delivering production-ready wellbores. The BHGE team continues to meet customer challenges head-on with a strong commitment to safety, performance, and technology.

  • Drilling fluids

    Drilling clean, in-gauge holes is the goal. And it all starts with the drilling mud.

    To be effective, you need to start with a solid job design and the right drilling fluid. That’s where we come in. Our broad portfolio of drilling fluids offers solutions formulated for the specific needs of offshore, onshore, contingency, and reservoir drill-in operations. These engineered fluid systems help you drill more smoothly, quickly, and safely.

    Fluid design requires an in-depth knowledge of the rock formations, clays, and other minerals that may interfere with the drilling process, and of the lubrication requirements of the drill string you are using. Our fluids engineers are available to help develop and execute a strong drilling fluid program. And we also help you deal with the environmental challenges of storing, using, and properly disposing of spent fluids through our fluid environmental services.

    Completion fluids

    After drilling, we offer a complete line of solids-free fluids designed to help you effectively complete your well and initiate production. We engineer and test our completion fluids to certify that they meet all your reservoir specifications to maximize your completion efforts.

    A commitment to performance

    From the most basic land rig to the most advanced deepwater operation with narrow pressure windows, we have a portfolio of drilling and completion fluids to help you plan the well you want to drill, drill the well you planned, and complete it efficiently to get production flowing.

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