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BAKKEN BREAKOUT • Spring 2011


company with your co-workers and within your family through leading by example.


The future is bright in North Dakota, and we know maintaining an active oil industry that is viewed as beneficial to communities is critical to our state’s continued success. Our commitment is to sustain that activity in the safest way possible.


Ron Ness is president of the North Dakota Petroleum Council. He can be reached at 701-223-6380 or ndpc@ndoil.org. ■


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WHAT WE DO, Where You’ll Fit


In the coming decades, energy resources will become increasingly difficult to find and access. As one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the upstream energy industry, Halliburton serves the life cycle of the well.


Using the latest geological technologies, we create data that help our customers locate oil and natural gas. When hydrocarbons are located, we provide solutions to determine if oil and gas can be produced. If a well is determined to be viable, we begin production and throughout the life of the field, we help ensure that our customers get optimal production rates. To prevent and respond to emergencies, customers call Halliburton for premier well intervention, pressure control, and pipeline and process services.


Halliburton’s team of professionals around the globe provide these services to help our customers meet the world’s demand for energy, while maintaining the highest standards of environmental safety.


Whether you’re a new graduate, newly qualified or an experienced professional, we have fantastic career opportunities across our organization. Please visit our web site to learn more about Halliburton and the opportunities available.


www.gohalliburton.com EOE.


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