Energy surge

Malkin, Brendan
March 2005
Lawyer;3/7/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports that last October, as Halliburton Co. faced another month of hostile press attention arising from ongoing allegations that it bribed officials to gain contracts for the rebuilding of Iraq, an announcement was made by the construction giant that slipped the attention of most journalists. One of its branches, Energy Services Group (ESG), reported record operating earnings of $414 million for that quarter, up $244 million from the previous quarter. However, according to Peter Crawley, ESG's regional counsel for Western Europe, the story of ESG's recent success that he says also includes a continued rise in profits since this last filing remains largely untold.


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