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Last $45.35 USD
Change Today -0.27 / -0.59%
Volume 7.5M
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halliburton co (HAL) Details

Halliburton Company provides a range of services and products to the upstream oil and natural gas industry worldwide. The company operates through two segments, Completion and Production, and Drilling and Evaluation. The Completion and Production segment provides production enhancement services, including stimulation services and sand control services; and cementing services that include bonding the well and well casing, and casing equipment. It also provides completion tools that offer downhole solutions and services, including well completion products and services, intelligent well completions, liner hanger systems, sand control systems, and service tools; and well intervention services, pressure control, equipment rental tools and services, and pipeline and process services. In addition, this segment offers oilfield production and completion chemicals and services; electrical submersible pumps and progressive cavity pumps; and installation, maintenance, repair, and testing services. The Drilling and Evaluation segment provides drilling fluid systems, performance additives, completion fluids, solids control, specialized testing equipment, and waste management services; and drilling systems and services. It also offers wireline and perforating services that include open-hole logging, cased-hole and slickline, borehole seismic, and formation and reservoir solutions; and drill bits and services comprising roller cone rock bits, fixed cutter bits, hole enlargement, and related downhole tools and services, as well as coring equipment and services. In addition, this segment offers integrated exploration, drilling, and production software, and related professional and data management services; testing and subsea services, such as acquisition and analysis of reservoir information and optimization solutions; and oilfield project management and integrated solutions. Halliburton Company was founded in 1919 and is based in Houston, Texas.

75,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/23/15
Founded in 1919

halliburton co (HAL) Top Compensated Officers

Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Office...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.6M
President and Director
Total Annual Compensation: $912.5K
President of Western Hemisphere
Total Annual Compensation: $820.0K
President of Eastern Hemisphere
Total Annual Compensation: $788.0K
Chief Integration Officer and Executive Vice ...
Total Annual Compensation: $760.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

halliburton co (HAL) Key Developments

Stone & Magnanini Gains Favorable United States Supreme Court Decision on First-To-File in Widely Followed Case against Kellogg Brown & Root Services, Inc. and Halliburton

Stone & Magnanini gains a favorable decision in a case of first impression. The United States Supreme Court rejected Halliburton's attempt to strike a serious blow to the whistleblower community under the False Claims Act's First-to-File doctrine. Following their loss in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Halliburton and KBR filed a Petition for Certiorari, captioned Kellogg Brown & Root Services Inc., case number 12-1497, which the Supreme Court granted over the objections of the whistleblower and Solicitor General. The Complaint, filed by whistleblower Benjamin Carter on behalf of the United States, alleges that KBR fraudulently billed the U.S. Army for purifying and testing contaminated water for troops at military bases in Iraq. While the Supreme Court ruled against Halliburton on the First-to-File issue, it did reverse the Fourth Circuit holding on the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act issue but the case may still go forward on certain claims and the rest of the case has been remanded to consider Carter's equitable tolling claim which survives the Supreme Court's ruling. Recent Supreme Court rulings permitting statutes of limitations to be equitably tolled make this a strong possibility.

Halliburton Declares Dividend for Second Quarter of 2015, Payable on June 24, 2015

At the board of directors’ meeting of Halliburton held on May 20, 2015, the board declared a 2015 second quarter dividend of $0.18 a share on the company’s common stock payable June 24, 2015, to stockholders of record at the close of business on June 3, 2015.

BP to Dismiss Legal Claims against Transocean and Halliburton over Macondo Well

BP has agreed to dismiss legal claims against two contractors that worked on its doomed Macondo well, Transocean and Halliburton Co., closing a chapter in the legal saga surrounding the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Transocean, the owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig, and Halliburton, BP's cement contractor for the subsea well, also announced that they're settling long-running legal disputes with BP and are aiming to restore their relationships with the British oil major. The separate deals are steps toward ending the mass of litigation that followed the accident, which killed 11 workers, spilled millions of barrels of crude into the ocean and destroyed the Deepwater Horizon after the Macondo blew out a mile below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010. But BP still could face a large bill for the oil spill. The company is waiting for a federal judge to assess how much it should pay in environmental fines. Those penalties could be up to $13.7 billion. Transocean's settlement means BP won't recover funds from the rig contractor's insurance policy and that it will pay Transocean $125 million for its legal fees.


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