Halliburton Company

Industry group: Oil And Gas Field Services

Headquarters: Texas

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at Halliburton Company

Annual data

2018

On April 2, 2019, Halliburton Company reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Jeffrey A. MillerChairman, President and Chief Executive Officer$16,999,898
Lance LoefflerExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$2,597,642
James S. BrownFormer President – Western Hemisphere$8,336,407
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$10,974,762
David J. LesarFormer Executive Chairman of the Board$17,452,902
Christopher T. WeberFormer Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$3,187,329

David J. Lesar — Former Executive Chairman of the Board — received the highest compensation: $17,452,902 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Miller — Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer — received a total compensation of $16,999,898; Joe D. Rainey received $10,974,762; James S. Brown received $8,336,407; Christopher T. Weber received $3,187,329; Lance Loeffler received $2,597,642.

The company's median employee pay was $88,244.

2017

On April 3, 2018, Halliburton Company reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2017.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Jeffrey A. MillerPresident and Chief Executive Officer$23,078,364
Christopher T. WeberExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$4,750,003
James S. BrownPresident – Western Hemisphere$14,148,968
Lawrence J. PopeExecutive Vice President, Administration and Chief Human Resources Officer$8,843,350
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$13,995,375
Robb L. VoylesExecutive Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel$8,845,674
David J. LesarExecutive Chairman of the Board$38,623,959
Mark A. McCollumFormer Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$458,145

David J. Lesar — Executive Chairman of the Board — received the highest compensation: $38,623,959 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Miller — President and Chief Executive Officer — received a total compensation of $23,078,364; James S. Brown received $14,148,968; Joe D. Rainey received $13,995,375; Robb L. Voyles received $8,845,674; Lawrence J. Pope received $8,843,350; Christopher T. Weber received $4,750,003; Mark A. McCollum received $458,145.

2016

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Jeffrey A. MillerPresident and Chief Executive Officer$8,997,574
James S. BrownPresident – Western Hemisphere$7,058,647
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$8,447,455
David J. LesarExecutive Chairman of the Board$17,846,913
Mark A. McCollumFormer Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$5,182,048

David J. Lesar — Executive Chairman of the Board — received the highest compensation: $17,846,913 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Miller — President and Chief Executive Officer — received a total compensation of $8,997,574; Joe D. Rainey received $8,447,455; James S. Brown received $7,058,647; Mark A. McCollum received $5,182,048.

2015

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Mark A. McCollumFormer Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$4,469,269
David J. LesarChairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer$15,871,329
Christian A. GarciaSenior Vice President, Finance and Acting Chief Financial Officer$2,112,191
James S. BrownPresident – Western Hemisphere$5,956,788
Jeffrey A. MillerPresident$7,660,372
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$7,226,407

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $15,871,329 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Miller — President — received a total compensation of $7,660,372; Joe D. Rainey received $7,226,407; James S. Brown received $5,956,788; Mark A. McCollum received $4,469,269; Christian A. Garcia received $2,112,191.

2014

On April 7, 2015, Halliburton Company reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2014.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$9,162,703
David J. LesarChairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer$20,560,157
James S. BrownPresident – Western Hemisphere$7,400,111
Jeffrey A. MillerPresident$10,980,782
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$9,347,173

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $20,560,157 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Miller — President — received a total compensation of $10,980,782; Joe D. Rainey received $9,347,173; Mark A. McCollum received $9,162,703; James S. Brown received $7,400,111.

2013

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$5,746,033
David J. LesarChairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer$20,865,214
James S. BrownPresident – Western Hemisphere$6,947,118
Jeffrey A. MillerPresident$5,941,220
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$7,958,778

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $20,865,214 in total.

In addition, Joe D. Rainey — President – Eastern Hemisphere — received a total compensation of $7,958,778; James S. Brown received $6,947,118; Jeffrey A. Miller received $5,941,220; Mark A. McCollum received $5,746,033.

2012

NamePositionCompensationDetails
David J. LesarChairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer$17,451,811
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$4,741,534
James S. BrownPresident – Western Hemisphere$5,800,044
Jeffrey A. MillerPresident$6,604,186
Joe D. RaineyPresident – Eastern Hemisphere$3,852,258
Timothy J. ProbertPresident - Strategy & Corporate Development$5,571,151

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $17,451,811 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Miller — President — received a total compensation of $6,604,186; James S. Brown received $5,800,044; Timothy J. Probert received $5,571,151; Mark A. McCollum received $4,741,534; Joe D. Rainey received $3,852,258.

2011

On April 3, 2012, Halliburton Company reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2011.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Lawrence J. PopeExecutive Vice President Administration and Chief Human Resources Officer$4,966,886
Joe D. RaineyPresident — Eastern Hemisphere$5,825,228
David J. LesarChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$15,877,618
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$4,650,164
James S. BrownPresident -Western Hemisphere$10,203,914
Timothy J. ProbertPresident - Strategy & Corporate Development$4,373,726

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $15,877,618 in total.

In addition, James S. Brown — President -Western Hemisphere — received a total compensation of $10,203,914; Joe D. Rainey received $5,825,228; Lawrence J. Pope received $4,966,886; Mark A. McCollum received $4,650,164; Timothy J. Probert received $4,373,726.

2010

On April 4, 2011, Halliburton Company reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2010.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Albert O. Cornelison, JrExecutive Vice President and General Counsel$4,043,538
David J. LesarChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$14,893,916
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$4,093,148
James S. BrownPresident -Western Hemisphere$3,688,500
Timothy J. ProbertPresident - Strategy & Corporate Development$3,181,691

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $14,893,916 in total.

In addition, Mark A. McCollum — Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer — received a total compensation of $4,093,148; Albert O. Cornelison, Jr received $4,043,538; James S. Brown received $3,688,500; Timothy J. Probert received $3,181,691.

2009

NamePositionCompensationDetails
David J. LesarChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$12,434,666
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$2,974,801
James S. BrownPresident — Western Hemisphere$3,313,015
Albert O. Cornelison, JrExecutive Vice President and General Counsel$3,597,014
Timothy J. ProbertPresident — Strategy and Corporate Development$2,990,573
C. Christopher GautRetired President Drilling and Evaluation Division$3,258,983

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $12,434,666 in total.

In addition, Albert O. Cornelison, Jr — Executive Vice President and General Counsel — received a total compensation of $3,597,014; James S. Brown received $3,313,015; C. Christopher Gaut received $3,258,983; Timothy J. Probert received $2,990,573; Mark A. McCollum received $2,974,801.

2008

NamePositionCompensationDetails
David J. LesarChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$15,534,788
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$3,222,870
James S. BrownPresident — Western Hemisphere$5,934,909
Albert O. Cornelison, JrExecutive Vice President and General Counsel$3,595,395
C. Christopher GautRetired President Drilling and Evaluation Division$4,148,325

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $15,534,788 in total.

In addition, James S. Brown — President — Western Hemisphere — received a total compensation of $5,934,909; C. Christopher Gaut received $4,148,325; Albert O. Cornelison, Jr received $3,595,395; Mark A. McCollum received $3,222,870.

2007

On April 7, 2008, Halliburton Company reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2007.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Lawrence J. PopeVice President of Human Resources and Administration$1,189,920
Andrew R. LaneExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer$11,854,955
David R. SmithRetired, Vice President of Tax$3,370,998
David J. LesarChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$14,879,959
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$1,984,778
Albert O. Cornelison, JrExecutive Vice President and General Counsel$3,340,008
C. Christopher GautRetired President Drilling and Evaluation Division$4,023,730

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $14,879,959 in total.

In addition, Andrew R. Lane — Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer — received a total compensation of $11,854,955; C. Christopher Gaut received $4,023,730; David R. Smith received $3,370,998; Albert O. Cornelison, Jr received $3,340,008; Mark A. McCollum received $1,984,778; Lawrence J. Pope received $1,189,920.

2006

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Andrew R. LaneExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer$3,315,798
David J. LesarChairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer$15,295,787
Mark A. McCollumExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$1,597,469
Albert O. Cornelison, JrExecutive Vice President and General Counsel$3,255,089
C. Christopher GautPresident — Drilling and Evaluation Division$3,494,559

David J. Lesar — Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $15,295,787 in total.

In addition, C. Christopher Gaut — President — Drilling and Evaluation Division — received a total compensation of $3,494,559; Andrew R. Lane received $3,315,798; Albert O. Cornelison, Jr received $3,255,089; Mark A. McCollum received $1,597,469.