As the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President at Halliburton, C. Christopher Gaut earned a total compensation of $3,494,559 in 2006.

Of this total, $575,000 was earned as salary, $627,510 was awarded as stock, $493,839 was received in stock options, $1,535,000 was awarded from non-equity incentive plan, and $263,210 came from all other compensation.

Mr. Gaut earned $28,707 in above-market interest on deferrals made in 2006 and past years to the Halliburton Elective Deferral Plan and $2,706 in above-market interest on his Halliburton Benefit Restoration Plan balance.

Mr. Gaut's "All Other Compensation" is composed of: $1,153 incremental cost for company provided reserved parking, $9,026 for club membership fees, $8,800 for contribution made to the Halliburton Retirement and Savings Plan for the Halliburton Basic Contribution, $8,800 contribution to the Halliburton Retirement and Savings Plan for employer match in 2006, $43,618 for restricted stock dividends, $28,400 for 2006 award attributable to the Halliburton Restoration Plan, and $132,000 for 2006 award attributable to the Halliburton Supplemental Executives Retirement Plan.

C. Christopher Gaut worked with Weldon Mire, Mark McCollum, Andrew Lane, Albert Cornelison, and David Lesar at Halliburton in 2006.


Distribution
History
Compensation Data Fiscal 2006 Ends: Dec 31
  • Salary$575,000
  • Stock Awards$627,510
  • Option Awards$493,839
  • Non-Equity Incentive$1,535,000
  • Other$263,210
  • Total$3,494,559
Company
Halliburton
Industry
Oil Related Services and Equipment
Sector
Energy