· Dresser Industries, Inc. ("Dresser") is a worldwide supplier of technology, products, and services to industries involved in the development of energy and natural resources. Dresser is subject to the Coordinated Examination Program, and, as a result, is under continuous audit by the Internal Revenue Service.
· Dresser Industries, Inc. ("Dresser"), including Dresser's subsidiary, The M.W. Kellogg Company ("Kellogg"). After the acquisition, Kellogg was combined with Halliburton's ... KBR, Inc., its subsidiaries and predecessor entities, including Kellogg, will be referred to as "KBR" throughout this Complaint. 1 . 3. Between at least.
· KBR, Inc. is an American engineering, procurement, and construction company, formerly a subsidiary of Halliburton. After Halliburton acquired Dresser Industries in , Dresser's engineering subsidiary, The M. W. A civil engineering companies in the world.
23. See Note, Dresser Industries: The Failure of Foreign Policy Trade Controls Under the Export Administration Act, 8 MD. J. INT'L L. & TRADE 122, 127-29 (). 24. See generally European Communities: Comments on the U.S. Regulations Concerning Trade with the U.S.S.R., reprinted in 21 INT'L LEGAL MATERIALS 891 ().
The companies mentioned here are just some of the more well-known subsidiaries that were parties to bankruptcies; some bankruptcies included more than 100 sub-sidiaries. Halliburton's DII (formerly Dresser Industries) subsidiary, which includes the KBR engineering and construction business, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protec-tion.
· Exhibit 21. There is furnished a list of subsidiaries of Dresser Industries, Inc. as of October 31, .See Note (a). [Download Table] STATE OR OTHER % OF VOTING SOVEREIGN POWER SECURITIES UNDER THE LAWS OWNED BY OF WHICH IMMEDIATE NAME ORGANIZED PARENT ---- ----- ----- AVA Italiana S.r.L. Italy AVA S.A.R.L. France Baroid Corporation ….
· Baroid became a part of Halliburton in when Halliburton acquired Dresser Industries, a major rival at the time, in an all-stock transaction. The transaction was a ….
Halliburton subsidiaries DII Industries, LLC (formerly known as Dresser Industries) and Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection in December for the purpose of minimizing asbestos liability. Halliburton purchased DII Industries in ….
A Short History of the Jeffrey Mining Corporate Center. The Lechner Mining Machine Co. was incorporated to build coal mining machinery. At that time, the slowest part of the mining cycle was the under-cutting, which required a miner to lie on his side for hours at a time, digging out a six inch thick cut, 4 feet deep, across a 10 to 20 foot wide face.
· Dresser-Rand Group General Information Description. Manufacturer and supplier of mission-critical, high-speed rotating equipment solutions to the worldwide oil, gas, petrochemical, and process industries.
· Before it entered bankruptcy in December because of asbestos litigation, Dresser Industries Inc., a Halliburton subsidiary later renamed DII Industries LCC, was linked to 24 Superfund sites, according to EPA data. The government, however, never filed a claim against the company to recover any funds through the bankruptcy court, according.
In the Matter of the Appeal of DRESSER INDUSTRIES, INC. Core Terms pump, foreign country, net income tax, subsidiary, foreign commerce, do business, franchise tax, interstate, shipment, throw Counsel For Appellant: Frank M. Keesling, Attorney at Law For Respondent: Bruce W. Walker, Chief Counsel Kendall Kinyon, Counsel.
KBR, Inc. (formerly Kellogg Brown & Root) is a U.S. based company that delivers science, technology and engineering solutions. KBR works in various markets including aerospace, defense, industrial and intelligence. After Halliburton acquired Dresser Industries in , Dresser's engineering subsidiary, the M. W. Kellogg Co., was merged with Halliburton's construction subsidiary, Brown & Root.
KBR, Inc. is an American engineering, procurement, and construction company, formerly a subsidiary of Halliburton. After Halliburton acquired Dresser Industries in , Dresser's engineering subsidiary….
1. Dresser Industries ("Dresser") petitioned the Tax Court for a redetermination of deficiencies for the and tax years which the Commissioner of Internal Revenue ("Commissioner") alleged resulted from an improper calculation of the combined taxable income attributable to Dresser and its wholly-owned export subsidiary.
Represented a Dresser Industries subsidiary in an infringement suit in the Southern District of Texas. Schlumberger alleged that Dresser infringed its patent on oilfield "measurement while drilling" technology. Dresser countersued for Schlumberger's infringement of its patent on directional drilling.
Dresser Industries was a multinational corporation head quartered in Dallas, Texas, which provided a wide range of technology, products, and services used for developing energy and natural resources. One Division was the Construction machinery division which manufactured loading shovels and Tracked shovels. 1 History 1.1 Founding 1.2 Public 1.3 Merger with Halliburton 2 The New Dresser 3.
Dresser Solutions for the Utility Industries Dresser Utility Solutions is a leading provider of metering, electronics, instrumentation, flow control, distribution repair products, and over pressure protection devices to utility and industrial markets. For more than a century, Dresser Utility Solutions has been a leading worldwide manufacturer and marketer of highly engineered products for.
I. This is a suit to recover federal income taxes and interest paid by Dresser Industries, Inc. and its subsidiaries for the
: Brown & Root Inc. becomes a company subsidiary. : Dick Cheney is named chairman, CEO, and president. : Halliburton merges with Dresser Industries Inc. : The SEC investigates Halliburton's accounting practices; the company announces a $4 billion settlement related to asbestos claims. Company History:.
Dresser Industries, Inc. Pacific Building Dallas, Texas U.S.A. (214) 740- Fax: (214) 740-. Public Company Incorporated: as S.R. Dresser Manufacturing Company Employees: 31,400 Sales: $5.31 billion Stock Exchanges: New York Boston Cincinnati Midwest Pacific Philadelphia Dresser Industries is a worldwide supplier of equipment and services for gas and petroleum ….
There are also strong connections to those who benefited from the 9/11 attacks, most notably the Bush family and their corporate network, including Dresser Industries (now Halliburton) and UBS, and to Deutsche Bank and it subsidiaries, reported to have brokered the insider trading deals.
Dresser (France), a French subsidiary of Dresser Industries of Dallas, Texas,' defied the extraterritorial reach of the U.S. trade controls. Dresser 1. 50 U.S.C. app. §§- (). The Export Administration Act expired on March 30, . It was extended by Exec. Order No. 12,470, 49 Fed. Reg. 13,099 (). 2. On December 12, , in.