UN SDG Table

UN SDG Table

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by the global community in 2015. In 2018, Halliburton undertook an exercise to map our material sustainability topics and relevant metrics to the SDGs in order to assess our alignment with the priorities of policymakers and other stakeholders. Halliburton updated our alignment to these topics in our 2020 Materiality Assessment refresh. The results of this exercise are shown in the table below.

Halliburton Material Topics

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 

Halliburton Key Performance Indicators

Economic


Corporate Governance

and Business Ethics

16.  Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

  • Hours of training on anti-corruption and Code of Business Conduct

Economic

Performance  

1.   No poverty

4.  Quality education

8.  Decent work and economic growth

  • Percentage of spend with local suppliers
  • Spend with small and diverse suppliers
  • Training hours per learner

Supply Chain

Sustainability 

4.  Quality education

8.  Decent work and economic growth 

12.  Responsible consumption and production

  • Percentage of spend with local suppliers
  • Spend with small and diverse suppliers

Social

Health, Safety, Wellness 

3.   Good health and well-being

  • Total recordable incident rate
  • Lost-time incident rate

Diversity

and Inclusion

5.   Gender equality 

8.   Decent work and economic growth

10.  Reduced inequalities

  • Female hire rates and other gender rates
  • Percentage of localization of workforce
  • Spend with small and diverse suppliers
  • Global Ethics Helpline

Community

Engagement

1.   No poverty 

2.  Zero hunger 

3.  Good health and well-being

4.  Quality education

16.  Peace, justice and strong institutions

  • Charitable giving
  • Percentage of localization of workforce

Environment

Energy and

Greenhouse Gases 

7.   Affordable clean energy 

13.  Climate action

  • Energy consumption
  • Greenhouse gas emissions intensity

Environmental

Stewardship 

6.   Clean water and sanitation 

14.  Life below water 

15.  Life on land

  • Water use
  • Recordable environmental incident rate
  • Spill volume
  • Waste generation and recycling rate