Tagged With ConocoPhillips
Oz awaits coronation
29 June 2018
Australia expected to become world's largest LNG exporter next year, as buyers line up
US powerhouse in the making
14 June 2018
The LNG building boom is just getting underway. When it's done, the US will be the largest exporter in the world
Nigeria's election hangs over energy sector
19 April 2018
Africa's biggest economy is growing again. But next year's vote is stalling reform and investment in its crucial energy sector
Libya's oil output restrained
28 March 2018
Investment is needed to boost production capacity
Canadian rocky road to recovery
23 February 2018
Oil output is still ticking higher, but depressed prices and persistent pipeline problems are weighing on the industry
Senegal moves towards first oil
21 February 2018
The Cairn-led SNE venture must now convert some of the world's largest recent discoveries into viable production
North Sea's golden years
15 February 2018
The region may be past its prime but is still running with the best
Australian LNG hotting up
12 February 2018
Seaborne LNG-export capacity will jump nearly 20% in 2018 as new projects ramp up
Calgary's hometown heroes
8 February 2018
Grim headlines obscure the progress ahead in 2018 for the oil sands, unconventionals and LNG
Where did it all go right for Senegal?
12 January 2018
Major oil and gas discoveries make the country set to move from speculative play to producer
Where next for the Bakken?
9 January 2018
Producers are making the North Dakota tight oil play an attractive place to drill again, but it will struggle to compete with the Permian
Oil firms back in the black
5 January 2018
Investors want to see oil companies striving for value rather than volume in the year ahead
Gulf of Mexico treading water
12 July 2017
The Gulf of Mexico's breakevens have plunged, but the region is struggling to compete with low-cost shale
Cenovus goes big
28 June 2017
Can the Deep Basin help Cenovus make a success of its ConocoPhillips deal?
Get fit, stay in shape
12 May 2017
Cooperate and be flexible to survive, industry leaders tell AOGC
Canada's great IOC exodus
10 May 2017
International oil companies are fleeing the oil sands for greener pastures elsewhere
Adapting to oil's new reality
9 May 2017
The industry has been battered by price volatility over the past two years. For ConocoPhillips, adaptation is the key to not just surviving, but thriving
Corporate adapter
6 April 2016
ConocoPhillips has reinvented itself again, exiting deep-water exploration and betting on flexible US production
ConocoPhillips puts Indonesian assets up for sale
14 August 2015
Only months after promising to increase investment in the country, ConocoPhillips is seeking a buyer for its assets
US rig count rise points to likely bottoming out
30 July 2015
Up by 21 from last week, the US rig count shows shale executives are eyeing a return to growth
Victims of their own success
9 July 2015
Shale-gas drillers are struggling to cope with the cheap prices brought by their onslaught of supply
Shale oil drillers bring out the knife
9 July 2015
Cost cutting, not production growth, is now the sector’s obsession
Integrated Big Oil model proves its worth
11 June 2015
Wall Street challenged the model, but Big Oil has proven the methods might just help withstand the downturn
ConocoPhillips bets on US shale for growth
9 April 2015
ConocoPhillips is looking to US shale oil for growth during a period of low and volatile oil prices, bucking an industry trend that has seen many cut their exposure to the US shale patch
Majors make cuts as oil price sparks tough times
20 February 2015
Low prices and poor earnings mean the majors are cutting spending, jobs and projects
US shale producers feel the squeeze
8 January 2015
Shale oil producers across the US are slashing spending and dropping rigs as the business faces its first major test from a steep decline in the oil price
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