The global energy industry and its regulations are complex and ever-evolving. Halliburton is engaged with public policy issues that affect our Company, operations, and workforce. Learn more about the multi-candidate, non-partisan Halliburton Company Political Action Committee (HALPAC), as well as the Company's policies on political activities and engagement, on the Public Policy page of Halliburton's website.
In 2022, Halliburton published its second comprehensive annual political activity report, Halliburton Policies for Political Engagement. Some notable highlights from the report are as follows:
The CPA-Zicklin Index was developed by the Wharton School of Business Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research. It scores corporations on the transparency and accountability of their political engagement policies. Companies scored on the CPA-Zicklin Index have their company policies and practices thoroughly reviewed in 24 areas, including political contributions, trade associations, and political action committee (PAC) activities.
In 2022, Halliburton scored a 93 on the CPA-Zicklin Index with a raw score of 65 points. Halliburton's score is high enough (90 or above) that the Company is now classified as a "Trendsetter" which, in CPA-Zicklin Index terms, indicates robust Company disclosure and oversight.
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