Halliburton Opens San Antonio Office & Operations Center – Will Service the Eagle Ford

The Company Spent $70 Million To Construct the Facility
Halliburton Administrative Office - San Antonio

Halliburton Administrative Office – San Antonio | Click to Enlarge

Halliburton has officially opened the company’s $70 million San Antonio office in southern Bexar County.

The new operations center will serve the needs of the Eagle Ford and the surrounding area. The company’s South Texas operations have grown in stride with the Eagle Ford.

Halliburton has hired 550 employees and expects to add another 450 oilfield related jobs by the end of the year. The facility was designed to support as many as 1,500 employees.

“Our new facility enables us to provide a wide range of services and support to our customers along the Eagle Ford corridor, as well as other South Texas fields,” said Paul Sheppard, VP of Halliburton’s Southeast Area.
Halliburton Maintenance Facility San Antonio

Halliburton Maintenance Facility in San Antonio | Click to Enlarge

The 400,000 square foot facility was built on 150 acres and currently supports five of the company’s business lines:

  • Production enhancement
  • Boots & Coots
  • Cementing
  • Baroid
  • Wireline and Perforating.

The sixth business line, completion tools, will move to the facility in 2014.

Halliburton has operated in South Texas more than 80 years and now has offices in Alice, Victoria, and San Antonio.

The address for the new facility is:

4375 Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78264

Read the full press release at halliburton.com

Other major oilfield service companies have offices in the area as well:

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R.T. Dukes

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  1. Lupe Moreno, BBA, MA says:

    Does anyone have the physical address to the location of the new Halliburton facility?

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