Halliburton's COO Speaks About the Changes He has Seen

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Halliburton  is a multinational company that offers energy industry products and services, from data to production output. The company was founded in 1919 and has a long history with the energy industry. In fact, Halliburton was the first company to frack a well in the United States over 60 years ago.

Recently, current Halliburton COO and Executive VP Jeff Miller sat down with The Motley Fool's own Taylor Muckerman to discuss the energy industry. In part one of this five-part interview, Miller talks about the history of Halliburton, which started fracking about 65 years ago, and the changes he's seen over the past 17 years that he's been with the company -- including the trend of exploring mature oil fields to try and give them new life.

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