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1: Executive Summary

2: About Oil/Gas Leases

3: Oil & Gas Impacts

4: Bush Admin Rollbacks

5: The Spin on Drilling

6: Hotspot: Roan Plateau, CO

7: Hotspot: Otero Mesa, NM

8: Hotspot: Rocky Mtn Front, MT

9: Hotspot: Powder River Basin, WY

10: Hotspot: Book Cliffs, UT

11: Oil, Gas, Political Cash

12: EWG Recommendations

13: Methodology

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Who Owns The West?

Halliburton Energy Svc Inc
10200 Bellaire
Houston, TX 77027

Ranks #320 out of 8,608 active lessees in 12 Western US states, based on total acres leased.

Active Leases held by Halliburton Energy Svc Inc and its subsidiaries

Leases: Current Leases | Leases held since 1982 | PAC contributions

Region Current Leases  
Leases Acres
The United States (ranks #320 of 8,608) 25  31,952  5,917  
 Utah (ranks #63 of 871) 25  31,952  5,917  
  San Juan County 25  31,952  5,917 map

NOTE: EWG's estimates of leases that are currently producing oil or gas are constrained by the accuracy of information in BLM's Land and Mineral Records 2000 database, and may represent an overestimate. We have identified cases for which BLM has failed to enter the data necessary to identify particular leases on which production has ceased. An EWG request for more accurate production data is currently being processed by the Department of the Interior.

Source: EWG analysis of leasing and drilling records in 12 western states, contained in the Bureau of Land Management's Land and Mineral Records 2000 database, acquired by EWG May 15 2004.

Political contributions from individuals, PACs, soft money associated with Halliburton Energy Svc Inc

Contributions Election Cycle
2000 2002 2004 2000-2004
Total $424,433 $168,150 $147,699 $740,282
Republicans $416,533 $149,400 $126,000 $691,933
Democrats $7,900 $18,750 $0 $48,349

Source: Environmental Working Group analysis of federal campaign contribution data compiled by Center for Responsive Politics.

Information on subsidiaries and parent companies shown here represents our best estimate of corporate structure at the time of this website release, and are drawn from various publicly available sources. Please report any noted omissions and errors to EWG with a credible source or citation. Thank you.