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ConocoPhillips Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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ConocoPhillips Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: October 18, 2019

ConocoPhillips
925 North Eldridge Parkway
PO Box 2197
Houston, TX 77079
United States
Phone: (281)-293-1000
Website: http://www.conocophillips.com
Sector: Energy
Industry: Oil & Gas E&P
Full Time Employees: 10,900

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CONOCOPHILLIPS EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Andrew Lundquist Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Dominic E. Macklon President, Lower 48, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Don Wallette, Jr. Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Ellen DeSanctis Senior Vice President, Corporate Relations, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Kelly Rose Senior Vice President, Legal, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Matt Fox Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Michael D. Hatfield President, Alaska, Canada and Europe, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Ryan Lance Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
W. L. (Bill) Bullock, Jr. President, Asia Pacific & Middle East, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com



CONOCOPHILLIPS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Ryan M. Lance Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Charles E. Bunch Former Chairman and CEO of PPG Industries, Inc. ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Caroline Maury Devine Former President and Managing Director of a Norwegian affiliate of ExxonMobil ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
John V. Faraci Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, International Paper Company ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Jody Freeman Archibald Cox Professor of Law, Harvard Law School ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Gay Huey Evans, OBE Member of Her Majesty’s Treasury Board, Sub-Committee and Nominations Committee ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Jeffery A. Joerres Former Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ManpowerGroup Inc. ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Admiral William H. McRaven Retired U.S. Navy Four-Star Admiral (SEAL) ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Sharmila Mulligan Chief Strategy Officer, Alteryx ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Arjun N. Murti Senior Advisor, Warburg Pincus ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com
Robert A. Niblock Former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Lowe’s Companies, Inc. ConocoPhillips *****@conocophillips.com

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT CONOCOPHILLIPS 

ConocoPhillips, Statoil enter joint industry project with Visuray Technology

  • ConocoPhillips and Statoil Petroleum AS have signed a joint sponsorship development agreement with Visuray Technology Limited, to fund the development of novel downhole technology that can evaluate the integrity of cement behind multiple casing strings in oil and gas wells. 
  • The new technology, the VR360 Diagnostic Cement Evaluation Tool, will produce a full 3D cement map and complement traditional ultrasonic measurements, which are very sensitive to the cement bond between the cement and the inner casing wall.


Wintershall Dea and ConocoPhillips join forces in Argentina’s prolific Neuquén basin

  • Wintershall Dea announced that it has signed a Sales and Purchase Agreement with ConocoPhillips, to jointly develop the Aguada Federal and Bandurria Norte blocks in the central Argentine province of Neuquén.
  • The blocks hold significant unconventional oil and natural gas resources in the prospective Vaca Muerta shale formation.


Indonesia agrees to extend Corridor natural gas block contract for 20 years

  • Indonesia has agreed to extend the production sharing contract for the Corridor natural gas block with ConocoPhillips, Spain’s Repsol SA and Pertamina [PERTM.UL], said Deputy Energy Minister Arcandra Tahar.
  • The existing contract will expire in December 2023 and the ministry has agreed to extend the contract by 20 years to 2043. ConocoPhillips will operate the block until 2026 before starting to transfer operatorship to state-owned Pertamina, Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan said, adding there was no set timeframe for the transfer.


ConocoPhillips Signs Agreement with Caelus to Acquire Nuna Acreage

  • ConocoPhillips Alaska (COPA) announced that it has entered into an agreement with Caelus Natural Resources Alaska to acquire 100 percent of the Nuna discovery, located just east of the Colville River and approximately five miles southwest of the Oooguruk Field.
  • “This transaction represents an attractive addition to our expanding North Slope position and will allow ConocoPhillips to cost effectively develop Nuna utilizing Kuparuk River Unit infrastructure,” said Joe Marushack, President of ConocoPhillips Alaska. “We believe this acquisition could lead to more oil production, more revenue for the state and more jobs for Alaskans.”


ConocoPhillips will not chase expensive Permian deals, CEO says

  • ConocoPhillips Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance repeated a pledge to restrain spending, saying the U.S. oil producer would not be drawn into pricey mergers and acquisitions.
  • ConocoPhillips plans to keep its capital spending at around $6 billion this year.
  • The company also does not intend to wade back into deepwater Gulf of Mexico projects because they are not cost competitive.


ConocoPhillips Announces Agreement to Sell United Kingdom E&P Subsidiaries

  • ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) today announced it has entered into an agreement to sell two ConocoPhillips United Kingdom (U.K.) subsidiaries to Chrysaor E&P Limited for $2.675 billion, plus interest and customary adjustments.
  • ConocoPhillips will retain its London-based commercial trading business and its 40.25 percent interest in and operatorship of the Teesside oil terminal.


Venezuela must pay Conoco over $8 billion - World Bank

  • Venezuela must pay ConocoPhillips more than $8 billion (£6.15 billion) to compensate for the 2007 expropriation of oil assets by the country’s late socialist leader Hugo Chavez, the World Bank ruled on Friday, making the U.S. energy company the largest victor in claims stemming from nationalizations in the OPEC country. 
  • The company may have to fight to collect. Venezuela has balked at paying in other arbitration cases and may challenge the World Bank tribunal’s decision.