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Halliburton Company provides a variety of services and products to customers in the energy industry. The Company operates under two divisions: the Completion and Production segment, and the Drilling and Evaluation segment. It offers a suite of services and products to customers through its two business segments for the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas. Halliburton Company serves national and independent oil and gas companies throughout the world. In July 2007, the Company acquired the entire share capital of PSL Energy Services Limited (PSLES), an eastern hemisphere provider of process, pipeline, and well intervention services. PSLES has operational bases in the United Kingdom, Norway, the Middle East, Azerbaijan, Algeria and Asia Pacific. In January 2007, Halliburton Company acquired all intellectual property, current assets and existing business associated with Calgary-based Ultraline Services Corporation (Ultraline), a division of Savanna Energy Services Corp.

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1401 McKinney
Suite 2400
Houston, TX 77010
(713) 759-2600

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#521   It's going to be blood red until there Timothy Smith 09/24/15 01:43:12 PM
#520   Terrible news. I own oil stocks AND railroad fung_derf 09/24/15 10:08:49 AM
#519   Halliburton (HAL -0.2%) says it has laid off Timothy Smith 09/23/15 12:51:11 PM
#518   Still wondering if deal is going to get done... Timothy Smith 09/15/15 01:29:30 AM
#517   Interesting. joseytheoutlawwales 09/14/15 11:48:45 PM
#516   GE has made offers in recent weeks for Timothy Smith 09/14/15 11:26:59 PM
#515   Oil that low for any prolonged period will joseytheoutlawwales 09/11/15 02:43:19 PM
#514   WTI will go to the high 20's, joerich 09/11/15 02:05:39 PM
#513   @Fung - agree whole heartedly that buying on Timothy Smith 09/11/15 10:38:30 AM
#512   Averaging down is not necessarily a good strategy. fung_derf 09/11/15 10:27:27 AM
#511   I agree with your strategy. I'm suggesting long Timothy Smith 09/11/15 10:21:26 AM
#510   Yeah, I already own 1500 shares with an fung_derf 09/11/15 10:13:53 AM
#509   Agreed. I'm trying to not make as big joseytheoutlawwales 09/11/15 10:09:12 AM
#508   I keep thinking that, but then it keeps fung_derf 09/11/15 09:59:46 AM
#507   Certainly a strong value proposition here either way. Timothy Smith 09/11/15 08:45:05 AM
#506   HAL is headed for $44 in coming days Lcbm68 09/11/15 08:40:45 AM
#505   Halliburton (NYSE:HAL) -1.2% premarket following a NY Post article Timothy Smith 09/11/15 08:34:13 AM
#504   I agree Iran could mean very good things Timothy Smith 09/09/15 04:18:42 PM
#503   Just had a few minutes to chat with Lcbm68 09/09/15 03:04:05 PM
#502   $HAL- Article argues trouble ahead for $HAL: Avoid Halliburton; Timothy Smith 09/07/15 04:54:50 AM
#501   Halliburton (HAL -0.5%) is upgraded to Buy from Timothy Smith 09/04/15 07:15:13 AM
#500   HAL shares stand to drop sharply without a Timothy Smith 08/28/15 06:54:28 PM
#499   With SLB - already the world’s largest oilfield-services Timothy Smith 08/28/15 06:54:19 PM
#498   Traders willing to bet Halliburton's (HAL +1.4%) proposed Timothy Smith 08/28/15 06:53:46 PM
#497   Relief of drop in oil prices. The analyst Timothy Smith 08/27/15 03:26:04 PM
#496   LOL. Talk about timing! HAL a Black sunshine 08/27/15 01:59:11 PM
#495   J.P. Morgan analyst Sean Meakim sees no recovery Timothy Smith 08/27/15 03:26:29 AM
#494   Also....HAL is a leader on the refracking front girlfriend 08/24/15 07:34:50 PM
#493   Not hard, I'm buying all I can. Oil is joseytheoutlawwales 08/24/15 06:53:02 PM
#492   Why is $31 so special? I would think Sundance2 08/24/15 06:16:09 PM
#491   HAL at $31 is a gift. We will likely joseytheoutlawwales 08/24/15 09:35:37 AM
#490   I'm looking at the glass half full ~ Lcbm68 08/21/15 02:12:18 PM
#489   Understand but i do see oil going to CBeeson 08/21/15 02:07:40 PM
#488   Halliburton severely under priced ~ oil price alone Lcbm68 08/21/15 02:03:38 PM
#487   Wow this is ridiculous CBeeson 08/21/15 11:29:26 AM
#486   After acquisition it will get stronger Lcbm68 08/20/15 05:01:18 PM
#485   Hard to say. Oil and the market Black sunshine 08/20/15 04:45:02 PM
#484   At $38.80 is this stock going to do Lcbm68 08/20/15 12:42:03 PM
#483   so the deal on the table is Now. footer 08/14/15 12:42:31 PM
#482   Hal is a buy at $40 For sure major Lcbm68 08/04/15 12:10:04 PM
#481   Although it still looks shaky, Halliburton (NYSE:HAL) has Timothy Smith 08/03/15 08:40:33 PM
#480   I ditto what the AOT from "Save footer 08/03/15 09:52:19 AM
#479   It's good they are cutting costs but more Timothy Smith 07/27/15 01:12:17 PM
#478   Typically that helps the share price and is fung_derf 07/27/15 11:33:58 AM
#477   Halliburton (HAL -1.5%) disclosed after last Friday's close Timothy Smith 07/27/15 11:06:19 AM
#475   the drop in price was staged, market makers trunkmonk 07/23/15 09:39:57 AM
#474   I disagree it caused huge drop in price. CBeeson 07/23/15 09:37:49 AM
#473   The merger never really did much to the trunkmonk 07/23/15 08:23:56 AM
#472   Is the news today good or bad. I CBeeson 07/22/15 02:58:25 PM
#471   Citigroup maintains its Buy rating, as it continues Timothy Smith 07/21/15 09:39:27 AM