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The Celle Technology Center performs research, engineering, and testing of drilling systems, telemetry, and LWD tools.
The Houston Technology Center combines the technology development and manufacturing capabilities of our wireline well logging and MWD formation evaluation product lines.
The Baker Hughes Russian Science Center advances reservoir evaluation technology through cross-disciplinary studies.
Our technology center in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia located in the KFUPM Techno-Valley will focus on applications unique to regional hydrocarbon production.
The Baker Hughes Experimental Test Area (BETA) bridges small-scale simulator testing and full-scale field applications of downhole tools.
The Center for Technology Innovation offers a synergistic environment for cross-collaboration between our business segments focusing on completions and production technology.
Our Rio de Janeiro Technology Center will research regional applications, including reservoir characterization, drilling optimization, well completions, and production.
We conduct drilling fluids research at the HTC for new high-performance, water-based mud systems and fluids for HP/HT wells.
Research and engineering for completions products and services is conducted at facilities in Houston; Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.; and Aberdeen, Scotland.
We conduct drill bit research and development at The Woodlands, Texas, drilling laboratory, which is equipped with advanced drilling simulators.
Our scientists at laboratories in Sugar Land, Texas, develop chemical applications to control problems during production, transportation, and refining.
Our Perforating Technology Center houses comprehensive R&D, engineering, manufacturing, testing resources, and a perforating flow laboratory.
We’ve integrated research, engineering, and manufacturing into a single facility to develop reservoir-specific solutions that yield flawless results.
We conduct research and development for artificial lift systems at our facilities in Claremore, Oklahoma.
Baker Hughes is pushing the boundaries of artificial lift technology to meet the challenges in complex production applications.