Halliburton could make $1 billion more in oil deals
WASHINGTON � Halliburton, the oil-services company once headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, has $1.7 billion worth of contacts to support the U.S. occupation of Iraq and could make $1 billion more rebuilding the country's war-damaged oil industry, according to The Washington Post.
Halliburton already has billed the government $950 million to help support U.S. troops, put out oilfield fires and begin rebuilding pipelines and refineries damaged by combat and years of neglect. Halliburton said it is bidding on new contracts, worth $1 billion, to rebuild the northern and southern Iraqi oilfields. They will be awarded in October.
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