Our longstanding ethics and compliance program, as well as our anti-bribery, anti-corruption, and fair competition polices help us ensure that respect and integrity remain the foundation of everything we do. The Company maintains this foundation through our longstanding ethics and compliance program, which is administered by our Global Ethics and Compliance group, led by the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, and supervised by the Audit Committee. It includes Halliburton's Code of Business Conduct (COBC), Ethics Helpline, and whistleblower protections. 

We also require all employees, contractors, suppliers, agents, consultants, officers, directors, and anyone else acting on our behalf to follow the Company's anti-bribery, anti-corruption, and fair competition policies and procedures as they conduct business the REDWay (Responsibly, Ethically, and Diligently). Find our detailed policies and practices on our website. Read about our commitment to these principles in the Company's COBC, which is available in multiple languages.


Corporate Governance

Enterprise Risk Management

Ethics and Compliance, and Anti-Bribery

Supply Chain Governance

Public Policy

Our Ethical Operations Sustainability Commitment

  • Conduct business with integrity, choosing the ethical course of action when confronted with challenging circumstances, promoting a speak-up culture free of retaliation, and treating our employees and stakeholders honestly and fairly.

Ethics and Compliance Training 

All Halliburton employees and contractors who have access to Company systems are required to complete in-person or online COBC training every two years. Local Ethics Officers (LEOs) serve as a supplementary resource for these trainings. They promote awareness of ethics and compliance issues on an ongoing basis and give presentations on ethics topics. Each Halliburton LEO is trained to model ethical behavior, answer questions, provide guidance, take reports of suspected misconduct, and present quarterly Ethics Moments and biweekly Ethics Tips to supplement the Company's two-year training on key compliance issues.  

In 2022, Halliburton LEOs helped the Company provide relevant, timely, and targeted in-person and virtual ethics and compliance training to employees around the globe by conducting 2,450 presentations, among other initiatives. We had 51 LEOs in 38 countries at the end of 2022.

Our Requirements

Our Requirements Halliburton expects our employees to act with integrity, guided by the Company's core values, and comply with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act 2010, and similar applicable laws around the world. We also expect them to compete fairly and win business in a legal and ethical manner.

Employee Training

The Company's anti-bribery and anti-corruption employee training emphasizes Halliburton's core commitment to conducting business the REDWay. Halliburton requires every employee with relevant job functions, as well as those who work in high-risk countries, to complete this training course. It focuses on our commitment to conduct and win business professionally, fairly, and with integrity. The training also covers topics like business relationship management, due diligence, and ethical conduct with regard to business hospitality and charitable contributions.

In 2022, Halliburton's Global Ethics and Compliance group conducted in-person and virtual trainings to supplement our web-based anti-corruption training courses.


Sustainability means serving our customers, employees, stakeholders, and communities in an environmentally, socially, and ethically responsible way.



Providing customers with safe, reliable, and efficient products and services is the core of our business.                                                                                                                             



Our goal is to provide an inclusive, safe, and fulfilling workplace — because our people are at the center of everything we do.