Halliburton

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Founder Erle P. Halliburton
Headquarters Houston, Texas, USA
Staff 70,000

Halliburton is a US company. It has had "definite intention to hide [its] illegal behaviour.[1]

Official narrative

As of June 2017, Wikipedia reports that "the company has been involved in numerous controversies".[2]

Activities

In 1998, the group acquired Dresser Industries.

 

Related Quotation

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Fracking“Researchers at Halliburton Co’s. Technical Center here working with Oak Ridge National Laboratory scientists, have combined the oil well cementing technique with the hydraulic fracturing production stimulation technique to entomb radioactive wastes in an impermeable shale formation a thousand feet underground. The method used at Oak Ridge begins by mixing the waste with a cement slurry, pumping the mixture down a hole drilled into the Conasuaga shale and then fracturing the shale to create a horizontal crack. The crack fills with the mixture to form a thin, horizontal sheet several hundred feet across. The mix sets to permanently hold the radioactive waste in the formation.”1964


References

  1. Andrew Feinstein, The Shadow World 
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Halliburton&oldid=788398952


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