Halliburton is one of the world’s leading oilfield service providers because it delivers on its promises. Founded 100 years ago when Erle P. Halliburton used his novel means of cementing to bring his first well under control, Halliburton has evolved into a global company with more than 60,000 employees who provide innovative services and products to customers in about 80 countries. Its legacy of listening to customers and responding with industry-leading solutions has earned Halliburton the reputation of doing what it says it will do.
“Our people, our values, and our technologies together constitute who we are as a Company. Our customers, shareholders, and employees know they can count on us because Halliburton is the execution company.”
Since its inception, Halliburton has been granted more than 37,000 patents for technology and services invented to help customers produce more oil and gas with greater efficiency. From the cementing and drilling innovations in the early part of the twentieth century to sensors and software platforms used today to yield the most advanced subsurface insight, Halliburton is consistently at the forefront of developing innovative solutions for its customers’ business challenges.
Halliburton’s commitment to research and development earned Halliburton a spot on the IFI CLAIMS Patent Services Top 50 US Patent Assignees for 2017. Ranked No. 44, Halliburton is the only oilfield services company and the only oil and gas company in the top 50. The company has twelve technology and research and development centers worldwide.