Chairman of The Board Of Directors, President, & Chief Executive Officer
Jeff Miller is Chairman of the Board of Directors, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Halliburton. Since joining Halliburton in 1997, Miller has served in several roles, including Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Regional Vice President of Gulf of Mexico, and Operations Vice President of Angola and Indonesia.
Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in agriculture and business from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and a Master of Business Administration from Texas A&M University. He is a certified public accountant and a member of the Advisory Council for Texas A&M University Dwight Look College of Engineering. He also serves on the board of directors for American Petroleum Institute, Greater Houston Partnership, National Petroleum Council, and is a foundation board member for The Council on Recovery.
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Eric Carre leads the Company’s financial strategy and functions, including planning and analysis, accounting and reporting, tax, internal assurance, treasury, corporate development, and investor relations, He is a member of the Company’s Executive Committee.
He started with Halliburton in 1991 as a Project Engineer and Manager of Technology. Carre has held multiple operational roles in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Europe/Africa regions, as well as other leadership positions, including Vice President of Drill Bits & Services, Vice President of Baroid, and Senior Vice President of the Drilling & Evaluation Division. He most recently served as of Executive Vice President of Global Business Lines and Chief Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Officer.
Carre holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium, and an MBA in finance from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and the Fédération Royale d’Associations Belges d’Ingénieurs Civils, d’Ingénieurs Agronomes et de Bioingénieurs.
Executive Vice President, Secretary and Chief Legal Officer
Van Beckwith is responsible for the Company’s Legal Department, Global Communications and Marketing, and Government Affairs. He advises Company leaders on all legal matters and is a member of the Company’s Executive Committee.
Before joining Halliburton, Beckwith was Firmwide Chair of Litigation at Baker Botts L.L.P., where he spent three decades managing litigation in some of the largest and most complex cases and arbitrations in the nation and internationally. He also served on the Baker Botts Executive Committee.
Beckwith holds a Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University (SMU) and a Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and a Fellow of the Texas and Dallas Bar Foundations. He serves on the executive board of the SMU Dedman School of Law.
Executive Vice President of Administration, Chief Human Resources Officer
Lawrence Pope has global leadership responsibilities for Supply Chain, Information Technology, Human Resources, Real Estate Services, Corporate Aviation and Security. He is a member of the Company’s Executive Committee. Previously, Pope was Vice President of Human Resources and Operational Excellence for Halliburton. Before joining Halliburton, he served as Senior Vice President of Administration for Kellogg, Brown & Root.
Pope holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. He is a Certified Compensation Professional and serves as a board member for Village Learning Center, the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, and Houston Dynamo Charities.
President, Eastern Hemisphere
Joe Rainey has more than three decades of industry experience with Halliburton throughout the Eastern Hemisphere and is a member of the Company’s Executive Committee. He has served in multiple management and operational roles, including Senior Vice President of Halliburton’s Eastern Hemisphere Operations and Vice President of the Eurasia Pacific Region, responsible for the development of the strategic direction and long-term growth in the region.
Rainey also held the positions of Regional Vice President, Middle East; Focused Business Market Manager (FBM) for Tools, Testing and Tubing Conveyed Perforating for the Middle East and Caspian Sea; and as FBM Manager, Production Enhancement, for Latin America and Mexico.
President, Western Hemisphere
Mark Richard is responsible for the Western Hemisphere and serves as member of the Company’s Executive Committee. Previously, Richard was Senior Vice President of Business Development and Marketing
Richard began his career in 1984 as a Wireline Logging Engineer with Gearhart Industries. He came to Halliburton in 1988 with the acquisition of Gearhart and held a variety of operational roles. He then held various positions of increasing responsibility including executive leadership in the Gulf of Mexico, Eurasia/Europe/Sub-Saharan Africa Region, and Asia Pacific.
Richard holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Louisiana State University (LSU). He serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council for the LSU College of Engineering and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the American Association of Drilling Engineers, and the American Petroleum Institute, where he serves on the Upstream Committee.
Senior Vice President and Chief Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Officer
Summer Condarco leads the global Service Quality, Continuous Improvement and Health, Safety & Environment functions. Condarco joined Halliburton in 2006 as a continuous improvement leader and then served in multiple manufacturing plant operations manager roles in Texas and Singapore. She subsequently held global Supply Chain leadership roles leading teams in China, India, Latin America and North America. Condarco was the Global Manufacturing Director for the Sperry Drilling and Wireline & Perforating product service lines prior to serving as the Vice President of the global HSE, Service Quality and Continuous Improvement organization.
Condarco holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Texas Tech University. She serves on the Texas Tech University’s College of Engineering Dean’s Council and is a member of the university’s Academy of Industrial Engineers.
Senior Vice President, Global Business Development & Marketing
Shannon Slocum is Halliburton Senior Vice President of Global Business Development and Marketing and a member of the Halliburton Executive Committee. He previously served in leadership roles around the world including as Senior Vice President for the Eurasia, Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa Region. Slocum joined Halliburton in 2005 as Senior Manager of Innovation and Marketing and has served in multiple technology, operations, financial, product service, and business development roles including vice president of Cementing.
Slocum holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from Lamar University in Texas. In 2012, he was named Eastern Hemisphere Country Manager of the Year for his outstanding work in Azerbaijan.
Senior Vice President, Halliburton Drilling and Evaluation Division
Rami Yassine leads the Company’s Drilling & Evaluation division, which includes the Baroid, Multi-Chem, Drill Bits & Services, Sperry Drilling, Testing & Subsea, and Wireline & Perforating Product Service Lines. He is a member of the Halliburton Executive Committee.
Yassine joined Halliburton in 2002 as an associate technical professional. He has since held various roles in operations and technology management in North America, the Middle East, and North Africa regions. He also served in other leadership positions, including global operations manager for Production Enhancement, vice president of Production Solutions, and vice president of Sperry Drilling.
Yassine holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Texas Tech University and an MBA with a minor in management information systems from Texas Tech's Rawls College of Business. He is also a U.S. patent holder.
Senior Vice President, Halliburton Completion & Production Division
Michael Segura is responsible for the Company’s Completion & Production Division, which includes the Artificial Lift, Cementing, Completion Tools, Pipeline and Process Services, Production Enhancement, and Production Solutions Product Service Lines. He is a member of the Halliburton Executive Committee.
Segura joined Halliburton in 2003 in Duncan, Oklahoma. He has since served in various technology, business, and operations leadership roles in the US and around the world, including Vice President of Australasia, Vice President of Southeast Asia, and Vice President of the Production Enhancement product service line.
Segura holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics and chemistry from Wabash College in Indiana, an MBA from Oklahoma State University, and a Ph.D. in chemistry from Rice University in Houston. He holds 14 Halliburton patents and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Senior Vice President, Halliburton Global Technology
Sriram Srinivasan is Senior Vice President of Halliburton Global Technology. In this role, he oversees the Company’s technology investment and intellectual property, the development of new products and services, and the strategy and structure of the Technology organization. Previously, he was Vice President of Technology for the Drilling & Evaluation Division.
Srinivasan joined Halliburton in 2011 as Senior Director of Technology Innovation. He then served as Senior Director of Technology for the Wireline & Perforating product service line. Prior to Halliburton he was Vice President of Engineering at Southwest Windpower, Engineering Director at United Technologies Carrier, Engineering Fellow and Manager at Pratt & Whitney, and Senior Research Engineer at United Technologies Research Center.
Srinivasan holds a Master of Science and a Doctorate in mechanical and aerospace engineering from University of Virginia.