Environmental, Social & Governance Data

20177 2018 2019
Environmental Data1
Energy Consumption (GJ)2, 3
Fuel Consumption
Diesel 23,249,327 62,305,063 60,102,066
Coal 1,088,192 565,546 757,836
Natural Gas 761,656 4,706,282 3,862,744
Other (Gasoline and Propane) 6,805 797,971 966,537
Electricity Consumption 1,784,500 1,910,708 2,041,655
Total 26,890,480 70,285,571 67,730,838
Fracturing Fluid
Volume of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Used (m3) - - 151,099,271
Percent of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Used (Down Well) - - 1.4%
U.S. Fuel Card Program (GJ)
Off-Road Fuel Consumption 213,760 152,114 263,464
On-Road Non-Renewable Fuel Consumption 1,832,346 2,458,423 2,650,273
On-Road Renewable Fuel Consumption4 26,406 34,923 34,003
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (TCO2e)5
Direct (Scope 1) 1,837,736 4,738,953 4,511,365
Indirect (Scope 2) 260,784 271,233 264,250
Indirect (Scope 3)6 84,142 73,388 121,447
Total 2,182,662 5,083,574 4,897,061
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity
(TCO2e/$M Revenue)
Scopes 1, 2 and 3 106 212 219
Waste Disposal (Metric Tonnes)
Non-Hazardous 89,896 158,696 212,484
Hazardous 70,417 50,751 78,219
Total 160,313 209,447 290,704
Incineration 3,959 5,095 41,283
Total Landfill 57,315 88,205 76,577
Total Recycled 36,091 72,821 131,541
Total Reuse 6,106 7,388 2,824
Composting 3,532 7,366
Total Energy Recovery 50,291 8,236 32,761
Deep Well Injection 633 8,526 4,462
Other 2,386 11,811 1,256
Total 160,313 209,447 290,704
Water Consumption (m3)
Water Consumption 1,924,248 2,646,230 2,351,678
Spills and Discharges
Recordable Environmental Incident Rate
(Incidents Per 200,000 Hours Worked) 0.04 0.05 0.03
Total Volume of Spills (m3) 142 1,034 413
Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)
Fines and Penalties (USD)
HSE Fines and Penalties 46,500 38,500 32,664
1 Sum of categories may differ from the total due to rounding.
2 The GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard was used in the calculation of energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Energy sources include fuel, electricity, heating, cooling and steam. Electricity emission factors are obtained from the International Energy Agency’s CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion Report for 2019 and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Emissions & Generation Resource Integrated Database (eGRID) publication.
3 In 2019, we revised our energy and GHG data collection and analysis methodologies; expanded the scope of data collection to encompass more facilities; and performed retrospective data evaluations for 2018 using our new data management approach. 2017 data was not updated per this revised methodology.
4 On-road renewable fuel consumption includes diesel, gasoline and compressed natural gas (CNG). This represents 1 percent of the fuel card volume purchases for 2019.
5 Gases covered in GHG emissions calculations include CO2, CH4 and N2O. Global warming potentials are obtained from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report. The chosen consolidation approach for emissions is operational control.
6 All rental vehicle emissions are calculated using the U.S. factors for “Passenger Car – Gasoline – Year 2005 – Present” due to lack of readily available data on vehicle miles by year of vehicle and location. Emissions from air fleet fuel usage has been calculated using U.S. jet fuel emissions factors.
7 Please note, 2017 energy and emissions data have not been updated per the methods used for the 2018 and 2019 data at this time.
2017 2018 2019
Social Data
Total Number of Hours Worked 163,054,003 181,330,469 181,774,208
Number of Fatalities
Employee 1 0 4
Contractor 0 1 0
Total 1 1 4
Fatality Rate (Incidents Per 200,000 Hours Worked)
Employee 0.001 0 0.004
Contractor 0 0.001 0
Total 0.001 0.001 0.004
Injuries and Process Safety Incidents
Total Recordable Incidents 302 368 268
High-Potential Incidents 210 199 175
Lost-Time Incident Rate
(Incidents Per 200,000 Hours Worked) 0.12 0.13 0.11
Total Recordable Incident Rate
(Incidents Per 200,000 Hours Worked) 0.37 0.41 0.29
Recordable Vehicle Incident Rate
(Incidents Per Million Miles Traveled) 0.34 0.48 0.38
Near-Miss Incident Rate
(Incidents Per Million Miles Traveled) 2.93 2.53 1.44
Stop Work Authority 7,657 36,485 143,155
Employee Training
Employee Training (Hours) 3,040,000 4,530,000 3,995,000
Breakdown of Employee Training (% Male) - - 87%
Breakdown of Employee Training (% Female) - - 13%
Training Hours Per Learner 51 68 55
Number of HSE Training Courses Offered - 1,276 1,078
Hours of HSE Training Completed 1,496,576 2,800,049 1,919,961
Regular Employees - - 1,669,372
Temporary/Agency/Contract - - 250,589
Business Leadership Development Courses
(Number of Attendees)
Business Leadership Level I 457 292 280
Business Leadership Level II 135 219 312
Business Leadership Level III 57 75 112
President’s Leadership 23 30 29
Dollar Amounts in Million USD 2017 2018 2019
Social Data continued
Charitable Giving (Thousand USD)
In-Kind Donations $2,107,489 $1,968,721 $1,936,890
Halliburton Foundation $5,826 $4,137 $3,410
Employee Giving $1,312 $901 $1,381
Corporate Giving $1,104 $2,610 $8,760
Total* $2,115,731 $1,976,368 $1,950,442
Procurement (Million USD)
Spend with Small and Diverse Suppliers $937 $790 $780
Average Employee Age
Western Hemisphere 37.5 37.5 37.5
Eastern Hemisphere 38.1 38.2 38.2
Other 43.9 43.8 43.9
Employee Hiring
Total New Hires 13,625 12,564 9,432
New Hires Rate 26% 21% 16%
Employee Turnover Rate
Total Employee Turnover Rate 19% 19% 21%
Voluntary Employee Turnover Rate 12% 14% 13%
Percent of Female New Hires by Region
North America 8% 14% 9%
Latin America 15% 21% 25%
Europe/Africa/CIS 11% 35% 16%
Middle East/Asia 11% 19% 12%
Percent of Local Nationals in the Workforce
North America 99% 100% 99%
Latin America 98% 94% 94%
Europe/Africa/CIS 93% 93% 93%
Middle East/Asia 75% 70% 81%
Diversity
Number of Female Directors on the Board of Directors 2 3 3
Board Ethnic Diversity 5 5 2
Female Share of Total Workforce 12% 12% 13%
Females in All Management Positions, Including Junior,
Middle and Senior Management
(% of Total Management Workforce) 12% 12% 12%
Female Directors/Senior Managers
(% of All Directors/Senior Management) 14% 17% 20%
Females in Junior Management Positions, i.e. First Level
of Management (% of Total Junior Management Positions) 11% 12% 11%
Employee Engagement
Halliburton Engagement Index (HEI) Rate 3.57 3.47 3.24
Leader Effectiveness Index (LEI) Rate 3.10 3.16 3.08
*The sum of Charitable Giving categories may differ from the total due to rounding.
Dollar Amounts in Million USD 2017 2018 2019
Governance and Business Data
Financial Performance
Revenue $20,620 $23,995 $22,408
Total Operating Expenses $(19,246) $(21,528) $(22,856)
Operating Income (Loss) $1,374 $2,467 $(448)
Income (Loss) Before Taxes $682 $1,814 $(1,122)
Amounts Attributable to Company Shareholders
Net Income (Loss) from Continuing Operations $(444) $1,656 $(1,131)
Diluted Income Per Share from
Continuing Operations $(0.51) $1.89 $(1.29)
Cash Dividends Per Share $0.72 $0.72 $0.72
Diluted Common Shares Outstanding 870 877 875
Net Working Capital $5,915 $6,349 $6,334
Total Assets $25,085 $25,982 $25,377
Total Debt $10,942 $10,344 $10,327
Total Shareholders’ Equity $8,349 $9,544 $8,025
Cash Flows from Operating Activities $2,468 $3,157 $2,445
Capital Expenditures $1,373 $2,026 $1,530
Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization $1,556 $1,606 $1,625
Total Capitalization $19,291 $19,888 $18,352
Debt to Total Capitalization 57% 52% 56%
In 2019, the amount of net revenue generated by Halliburton in countries that have the 20 lowest rankings on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index comprises approximately 2 percent of the Company’s total revenue.
Political Contributions
Annual Total Monetary Contributions to, and
Spending for, Political Campaigns, Political
Organizations, Lobbyists or Lobbying Organizations,
Trade Associations and Other Tax-Exempt Groups $330,000 $118,942 $332,053
Board Information
Number of Independent Directors 10 9 9
Average Board Meeting Attendance 96% 96% 94%
Research and Development
Patents Granted Per Year 813 896 1,116
Total R&D Spend (million USD) $360 $390 $404
R&D Spend as a Percentage of Revenue 1.70% 1.60% 1.80%
Patent Efficiency
(U.S. Patents Granted Per USD 1M of R&D Spend) 1.40 1.83 3.39
Ranking Among Largest U.S. Patents Granted
(by IFI Claims) 44th 39th 34th
Ranking Among Largest U.S. Patents Granted
to Oil & Gas Companies (by IFI Claims) 1st 1st 1st
Service Quality Metrics
Customer Non-Productive Time (NPT) 0.57% 0.52% 0.40%
Customer Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) 23% 21% 23%
Local Ethics Officer (LEO) Program
Number of LEOs
North America 10 12 11
Latin America 11 11 11
Eurasia, Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa 15 16 17
Middle East, North Africa and Asia Pacific 30 19 18
Total 66 58 57
In 2019, 57 Company leaders were drawn from across PSLs and support functions to serve as LEOs; these leaders are in 43 different countries, and serve as compliance champions.
*2019 Number of Cases Closed is higher than Number of Reports with Potential Violations of Code of Business Conduct (COBC), as this accounts for matters received in 2018.
Ethics Training by Region
North America - 12,307 12,696
Latin America - 9,070 9,288
Eurasia, Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa - 4,141 10,985
Middle East, North Africa and Asia Pacific - 15,052 25,079
Global Ethics and Compliance Reports
Number of Reports Received - 669 772
Number of Reports Sent Directly to Global Ethics
and Compliance - 359 386
Number of Reports Received Through
the Ethics Helpline - 310 386
Percent of Anonymous Reports - 33% 37%
Number of Cases Closed/Number of Reports with
Potential Violations of COBC* - 163/175 215/209
Ethics Training
Number of Employees to Receive COBC Training 44,729 47,145 43,792
Number of Employees to Receive
Anti-Corruption Training 8,543 9,179 9,187
Number of Employees to Receive High-Risk
Country Training 2,042 1,510 1,433
Procurement
Number of Tier 1 Suppliers - 25,732 24,539
Tier 1 Supplier Share of Total Procurement Spend - 100% 100%
Number of Critical Non-Tier 1 Suppliers - 0 0
Critical Non-Tier 1 Suppliers Share of Total
Procurement Spend - 0% 0%
Number of Suppliers Assessed in the Last 3 Years
for Sustainability Risks - 25,604 25,154