Halliburton eMotion® valves are remotely controlled electro-hydraulic downhole actuation devices that eliminate multiple wireline intervention from well operations, helping you save time and money.
The battery-powered valves contain onboard electronics with integrated pressure and temperature sensors, which monitor well conditions and open or close whenever a specific condition is detected.
With remote downhole actuation, eMotion valves remove the need for control lines to surface, allowing you to reduce installation risk and time.
Collect, transmit, and analyze downhole data, and remotely control and monitor reservoir zones with Halliburton SmartWell® completion systems.
The Halliburton DataSphere permanent monitoring suite is part of our advanced completions platform, a robust combination of the best in sand control, multilateral and intelligent completion technology.
The Halliburton Completion Tools Fuzion® suite of wet-mate connectors facilitates removal of the upper completion from the lower completion without using destructive intervention methods.
Halliburton intelligent flow control systems provide a method of integrating manual or automated surface control systems with downhole SmartWell® completion equipment.
eMotion® valves are permanently deployed as part of the tubing and used to remotely control hydraulically actuated completion equipment, such as tubing sleeves or ball valves.
The portfolio includes:
The computer-controlled full-bore barrier valve eliminates multiple wireline runs during completion placement operations, saving rig time and money and reducing risk.
Permanently deployed above a set production packer, the eMotion®-HS valve allows complete control over the flow of well fluids between the tubing and the annulus. Remote downhole actuation eliminates the need for control lines to surface, reducing installation risk and time.
Computer-controlled ball valves can be repeatedly opened and closed by remote command, removing multiple interventions, saving time and money.
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