Halliburton officials discuss Okla. contamination
Officials with the Houston-based energy company Halliburton have met with Duncan residents to discuss the contamination of water on the company's property in the area.Read more
#1 Jul 20, 2011
I worked with Halliburton from Dec. 1990-2003. I worked at this location many times which was called North 40, we later moved Special Services to the North 40 location including dispatch, we were out there for a year or 2 before they decided to move it back to town. Several years later I started having a lot of problems with being tired alot and I could never figure out why and then I was told to get my thyroid checked, it has been several years now that I got my thyroid checked and it came back that my thyroid was definitely not right so they have me on medication ever since but I am still tired for no reason .
#2 Oct 12, 2012
I worked there also.
I have brain cancer and slowly dying.
You should contact Kent Sullivan a Duncan lawyer who is sueing Halliburton over this.
#3 Nov 15, 2012
HAL, BP, BHI, SLB are all old companies not for the future anyway
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