Vertical Cuttings Dryer. Baroid’s Drilling Waste Management Solutions. Why Baroid?. 1925 Filed patent for first barite-based drilling fluid 1930 First mud school 1932 First mud-testing procedures and kit 1939 First mud-logging service 1940s Pioneers service by air and sea
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Baroid’s Drilling Waste Management Solutions
1925 Filed patent for first barite-based drilling fluid
1930 First mud school
1932 First mud-testing procedures and kit
1939 First mud-logging service
1940s Pioneers service by air and sea
1950s Invents foam drilling technology
1960s Invents oil-based fluid, Invermul® system
1970s Develops new fluids for hostile geology
1980s Develops mud loop testing, improves waste management
1990s Pioneers biodegradable invert drilling fluids
2000s Rolls out first families of clay-free synthetic and high performance water-based fluids 2010s Introduces automated mud monitoring equipment to industry
Oil Base Mud Recovery
Baroid’s V-133 and V-71 Cuttings Dryers and Centrifuge unit offer a waste management solution to effectively clean and dispose of drilling solids and maximize drilling fluid returns, remaining mobile and reducing its footprint on the rig site.
By utilizing these high-performing equipment options, operators are not only able to meet stringent environmental regulations, but also reduce waste management and overall total costs of the well.
Baroid Dryer Specifications
*intended as a guideline only and will vary depending on feed material
Baroid scientists and engineers work with state of the art equipment and an extensive global database in order to perform comprehensive testing analysis on a global scale.
Baroid’s Laboratory Services include: