Tagged With ConocoPhillips
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
Shale gas firms take the long view
15 September 2014
North America is still the world’s only significant producer. But explorers are stepping up activity elsewhere and a global business is emerging
Oando completes acquisition of ConocoPhillips Nigerian assets
5 August 2014
The company will raise its oil and gas production after paying $1.5 billion for the assets
Canada’s Duvernay shale hots up
25 July 2014
Now that the land grab in Alberta Canada’s Duvernay shale is largely over and companies have started developing their positions, the future of the play is coming into sharper focus, and for many that future looks promising.
Poland’s shale flop
9 January 2014
Why has Poland’s unconventional gas sector failed to live up to the promise?
PetroChina backs Australian LNG in deals with ConocoPhillips
27 February 2013
The deal will see PetroChina take a 20% stake in the Poseidon gas discovery off Australia
ConocoPhillips to tap Indian shale
6 December 2012
US independent ConocoPhillips is nearing a deal with India’s state-backed Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) to explore and develop shale-gas resources in the Asian nation
Big oil sees profits slump
8 November 2012
Major oil players saw lower oil and gas prices, coupled with lower production, eat into third-quarter profits
JPMorgan fires up APLNG stake sale
2 October 2012
Investment bank JPMorgan is reported to have started contacting prospective bidders for stakes on offer in the Australia Pacific Liquefied Natural Gas project (APLNG)
Potential buyers circling Beach Energy
26 July 2012
Potential bidders are sizing up Australian junior Beach Energy and its potentially lucrative position in Australia’s most promising shale basin
Trio team up for Timor Sea LNG scheme
13 June 2012
The scheme will develop the Caldita and Barossa gas fields off Australia’s north coast
ConocoPhillips splits and the experiment begins
25 May 2012
The demerger of the upstream and downstream businesses of ConocoPhillips is intended to be a win-win situation for both sides, but will it really all work out for the best?
ConocoPhillips to withdraw from Nigeria to help profits
16 May 2012
The upstream company has sold assets to increase profitability
Airline Delta to buy US Trainer refinery in Pennsylvania
15 May 2012
The airline plans to restart the shut down plant in early September
The oil-fired but gas-focused major oil companies
9 May 2012
High oil prices are driving the major oil companies’ profits – but gas is what they are excited about
Don’t believe the hype?
25 April 2012
Excitement over Australia’s shale-gas prospects has allowed juniors operating in the emerging sector to make big gains last year. But whether the perceived opportunities deliver anything more than inflated stock prices remains to be seen
ONGC and ConocoPhillips seal shale pact
3 April 2012
Indian state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is forming an alliance with US supermajor ConocoPhillips in a bid to boost its shale gas capabilities ahead of India’s first shale-gas licensing round
ConocoPhillips says farewells to Vietnam with sale to Perenco
8 March 2012
US supermajor exits country with $1.29bn sale to Perenco
Bearish gas market mauls shale bulls
26 January 2012
As North America’s gas-storage tanks near capacity and prices stay low, the continent’s shale-gas sector is being forced to reassess. Is the boom over, or is the market forcing a much-needed correction?
US and Japan to test Alaska hydrates
26 October 2011
The US and Japan will head to Alaska’s North Slope this winter to test ways to develop a potentially massive source of natural gas – methane hydrates.
Reshaping the business: The two faces of ConocoPhillips
17 August 2011
On the verge of a momentous move to split in two, ConocoPhillips must deal with the same old dangers facing majors worldwide – oil spills and hostile host governments
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