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Emile Sevadjian

Emile Sevadjian

Technology Application Manager
Halliburton

Emile is the Technology Application Manager for the Expandable Liner Technology Group at Halliburton’s Carrollton, Texas technology center. He manages one of Halliburton’s fastest growing product lines of which he is responsible for the engineering team, test facilities, design governance and intellectual property for both domestic and international technology centers.

Mr. Sevadjian started his career with Brown & Root, a Halliburton company, in 1995 and has worked in areas ranging from government services (U.S. Military) to the oil and gas industry. Experienced in engineering design, logistics, human resources and leadership, Emile has worked on assignments in Alaska, Canada, Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe. He currently holds three patents and has published eight technical papers.

Emile graduated from Baylor in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and was a four-year Letterman for the Baylor Bears baseball team (1989-1992).

Blessed with an active family, he and his wife, Rebekah, a 1994 graduate of Baylor, and their three sons enjoy a full life together. Emile coaches youth select baseball and enjoys building vintage race cars. He and his family are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas.