4 Sep 2015
WASHINGTON - Oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips on Friday said it would support a UN climate change agreement if it met its own policy principles, including creating a "level playing among energy sources and between countries."
WASHINGTON, Sept 4 - Oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips on Friday said it would support a UN climate change agreement if it met its own policy principles, including creating a "level playing among energy sources and between countries."
HOUSTON, Sept 1 - Stung by the worst downturn in oil in six years, crude producer ConocoPhillips said on Tuesday it will trim its current workforce by 10 percent in a second round of layoffs - only months after a first round of cuts reduced staff by 5 percent.
CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 1 - ConocoPhillips and Penn West Petroleum are eliminating a combined 900 jobs in Canada, the two companies said on Tuesday, as low oil prices persist.
CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 1 - Oil major ConocoPhillips is laying off 400 employees and 100 contractors in Canada, a company spokesman said on Tuesday, with the majority of cuts coming in the Calgary office.
CARACAS, Aug 11 - Venezuela has appealed for a second time to the World Bank's arbitration panel against its decision in the country's dispute with ConocoPhillips, linked to the nationalization of the company's assets.
* ConocoPhillips looks to sell stake in South Natuna Sea Block B
JAKARTA, Aug 11 - U.S. oil and gas company ConocoPhillips is reviewing its portfolio in Indonesia and may soon seek buyers for a stake in a production sharing block it operates in the Natuna Sea, company and government sources said.
(Adds Superior Energy Services, ConocoPhillips) Aug 4 - Job cuts at oilfield service providers Halliburton Co and Baker Hughes Inc have turned out to be steeper than expected as crude prices hold at about $50 levels, a 57 percent drop from June last year. Halliburton Co, which is buying Baker Hughes in a $35 billion deal, is slashing 14,000 jobs. Baker Hughes plans to cut about 13,000 jobs worldwide. Halliburton said in April it would cut 9,000 jobs, while Baker Hughes s
HOUSTON, July 30 - ConocoPhillips, which is working to cut $1 billion in operating costs as low crude prices persist, has so far cut about 1,000 jobs, or 5 percent of its workforce and more cuts are to come, the company's chief financial officer said.
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