Take a moment to review our majors, and how they fit with Halliburton internship and career opportunities.
As an engineer, you will work as an onsite leader, putting to use the technical and operational expertise gained through Halliburton’s world-class training.
Listed below are some of the service lines that can be joined as an entry-level field engineer.
- Completion Tools
- Production Enhancement
- Production Solutions
- Wireline and Perforating
As a physicist, you will explore matter and energy concepts relevant to today’s world. Through faculty-led advanced lab sequences you will be prepared for jobs in engineering or pursuing a graduate degree. At Halliburton, you will be an integral part of the exploration and engineering of oil and gas reserves.
As a chemist, you will work on diverse teams made up of some of the brightest minds in the industry. These teams deliver the technologies and products to help customers cope with the challenging conditions of today’s energy industry.
Whether you’re developing a drilling fluid to be pumped into a wellbore, creating a cementing formulation to ensure wellbore stability or developing an innovative solution to boost production and tap resources, your chemistry knowledge and background can help both Halliburton and its customers succeed.
As a geoscientist, you will help operators better assess the characteristics of their oil and gas reserves, and to optimize recovery and enable important planning decisions. This is especially important as new oil and gas reserves become more difficult to find and develop.
As an information technology (IT) professional, you will be at the core of everything at Halliburton and will play a major role in the industry’s future. As Halliburton develops and delivers more high-tech solutions to increase the return on investment for exploration efforts, maximize long-term production for existing fields, and decrease the time it takes to bring a new field to production, you will be at the forefront.