3000 N. Sam Houston Pkwy E.
Houston, TX 77032

Halliburton is an oilfield services company that provides products and services to the oil and gas industry and employs thousands of maritime workers. Halliburton employs approximately 65,000 worldwide in over 80 countries.

The Halliburton business includes 13 product service lines that are operated in two divisions, Drilling and Evaluation, and Completion and Production.

The Drilling and Evaluation division offers field and reservoir modeling, drilling, evaluation, and well-bore placement solutions. The Drilling and Evaluation division features six Halliburton product service lines including baroid, sperry drilling, drill bits and services, testing and subsea, wireline and perforating, and landmark. The Completion and Production division provides cementing, stimulation, well intervention, pressure control, pipeline and process services, and completion services. The Completion and Production division features six product service lines including artificial lift, multi-chem, cementing, production enhancement, completion tools and production solutions. Consulting and project management is used to support both divisions and their operations.

In 2014, Halliburton was found negligent for its involvement in the Deep Water Horizon disaster, which began as an explosion in April 2010 resulting in the spill of approximately 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. While Halliburton was found negligent, a federal judge was quoted as saying it was only to blame for about 3 percent of the disaster. Halliburton reached a settlement with the US District Court in New Orleans to pay $1.1 billion to resolve claims surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and its involvement.