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Halliburton promotes Jeff Miller to President

Posted on 23 July 2014

Halliburton has promoted Jeff Miller to President and has appointed him to the Halliburton Board of Directors, effective 1 August 2014. Mr Miller is currently the company’s Executive VP and COO. In his new role, Mr Miller will complement the leadership of Dave Lesar, Halliburton Chairman and CEO.

Mr Miller has served as Halliburton’s Executive VP and COO since 2012, working with the company’s senior management team in developing and executing operational strategy and ensuring that the company’s short- and long-term focus is aligned with its strategy. He began his career at Halliburton in 1997 and has held various senior management roles in the company’s global operations and business development.

“I have known and worked with Jeff for over 25 years and am absolutely confident he will excel in his new role,” Mr Lesar said. “Jeff is a proven leader who will continue to help guide the strategic direction of Halliburton to assure superior service to our customers and robust returns to our shareholders. In my continuing role as Chairman and CEO, I look forward to working with Jeff for the next several years.”

Mr Miller holds a Bachelor of Science degree from McNeese State University and has a Master of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M University. He is a certified public accountant and a member of the Texas A&M University Dwight Look College of Engineering Advisory Council.

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