As a technical professional in production enhancement, you are in the field working on hydraulic fracturing sites. You work closely with hydraulic fracturing crews, and the operating company that owns the well (the customer). Typically the day starts early, around 3 am to drive to the well location. From there, technical professionals work 12 hour shifts on site to ensure the quality of the services being performed are up to Halliburton's standards. This includes ensuring the hydraulic fracturing fluid system being pumped is what the customer has requested, and adjusting chemical additives on the fly to ensure the system is performing optimally. This also includes making sure the data from the job is being recorded properly and that all sensors are working. Lastly, once the well has been completed, the technical professional is responsible for compiling the job data into a post-job report to give the customer that details job performance and costs. The day typically ends around 4 pm to drive back home .