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 Handbook of Texas Online: HALLIBURTON COMPANY
The founder of the company was a Tennessean named Erle P. Halliburton (1892-1957), whose involvement in the industry began after his discharge from the navy in 1918, when he took a job in California with the Perkins Oil Well Cementing Company, a pioneer in the field.
Halliburton became so intrigued with the process that he evidently became obnoxious with his multitude of suggestions, and he was fired.
Halliburton Company, one of the world's largest suppliers of the complicated technology and services needed to extract oil from beneath the earth's surface, traces its origins to a lone individual who in 1919 began "cementing" wells in the Burkburnett oilfield.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/HH/doh8.html   (923 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online: HALLIBURTON COMPANY
The founder of the company was a Tennessean named Erle P. Halliburton (1892-1957), whose involvement in the industry began after his discharge from the navy in 1918, when he took a job in California with the Perkins Oil Well Cementing Company, a pioneer in the field.
Halliburton Company, one of the world's largest suppliers of the complicated technology and services needed to extract oil from beneath the earth's surface, traces its origins to a lone individual who in 1919 began "cementing" wells in the Burkburnett oilfield.
Halliburton became so intrigued with the process that he evidently became obnoxious with his multitude of suggestions, and he was fired.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/HH/doh8.html   (923 words)

  
 Windfalls of War - The Center for Public Integrity
In 1995, Halliburton was ordered by a federal judge to pay $1.2 million in criminal fines to the Justice Department and $2.6 million in civil penalties to the Commerce Department for violating the 1986 presidential embargo restricting trade with Libya through its subsidiary Halliburton Logging Services.
Halliburton settled the shareholder lawsuits for $6 million last May, while the Judicial Watch lawsuit was dismissed by a U.S. federal court in September.
Halliburton was founded in 1919 by Erle Halliburton, who innovated a way to fortify oil wells with cement.
www.publicintegrity.org /wow/bio.aspx?act=pro&ddlC=31   (923 words)

  
 Entrepreneurial Beginnings
Halliburton grew from the risk-taking entrepreneurialism of Erle P. Halliburton, who established the New Method Oil Well Cementing Company in Oklahoma in 1919.
The four also effectively managed through cycles of record prosperity and serious recession, intense competition and rapid technological advancement through the second half of the century.
Simultaneously, the Brown brothers, George and Herman, partnered with their brother-in-law, Dan Root, to found Brown and Root in Texas.
www.halliburton.com /about/history_entrep.jsp   (303 words)

  
 Healdton Oil Museum
Also in the Healdton field Erle Halliburton perfected his methods of oil well cementing, establishing his company as a leader in oilfield technology.
These hastily constructed centers of oil commerce were plagued by a lack of civil housing, poor sanitation and regular meal service.
In addition, the museum provides a glimpse into the early days of the oil boomtowns.
www.ok-history.mus.ok.us /mus-sites/masnum13.htm   (374 words)

  
 Healdton, Oklahoma Oil Museum Page
It was also in the Healdton Field that Erle Halliburton perfected his methods of oil well cementing, establishing his company as a leader in oil field technology.
The opening of the Healdton oil field in 1913 set into motion one of Oklahoma's greatest oil booms, establishing southern Oklahoma as a major petroleum-producing area.
By 1937 this field, the largest of nine such fields located in Carter County, had produced over 200 million barrels of oil, making it one of the most productive pools in the state.
www.brightok.net /chickasaw/ardmore/county/healdoil.html   (374 words)

  
 Healdton, Oklahoma Oil Museum Page
It was also in the Healdton Field that Erle Halliburton perfected his methods of oil well cementing, establishing his company as a leader in oil field technology.
Among those establishing financial bases through Healdton oil were Lloyd Noble, Wirt Franklin, Robert A. Hefner, and former Governor Charles N. Haskell.
The low cost of drilling in the Healdton Field attracted a large number of Oklahoma investors.
www.brightok.net /chickasaw/ardmore/county/healdoil.html   (457 words)

  
 Healdton, Oklahoma Oil Museum Page
It was also in the Healdton Field that Erle Halliburton perfected his methods of oil well cementing, establishing his company as a leader in oil field technology.
The opening of the Healdton oil field in 1913 set into motion one of Oklahoma's greatest oil booms, establishing southern Oklahoma as a major petroleum-producing area.
This gave the Healdton area a reputation for being a "poor man's" field.
www.brightok.net /chickasaw/ardmore/county/healdoil.html   (457 words)

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