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2 Prime International Assets That Will Propel ConocoPhillips Higher
The North Sea has seen its output plummet over the past decade, but Conoco and its partners plan on turning that around. ConocoPhillips is banking on strong growth from its shale operations in North America, and it can also generate upside for investors from its North Sea and oil sands assets.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
The Motley Fool
Lessons From This Huge Warren Buffett Failure
Without urging from Charlie or anyone else, I bought a large amount of ConocoPhillips stock when oil and gas prices were near their peak ... I still believe the odds are good that oil sells far higher in the future than the current $40-$50 price. But so far I have been dead wrong.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Us Stocks-Wall St slips at midday; energy a drag
U.S. stocks were lower at midday on Friday, with energy shares extending recent losses after the Treasury department announced new sanctions against Russia. The S&P energy index was down 1.1 percent and among the day's worst-performing sectors.
State to contract Colville River unit
The state Division of Oil and Gas is asking ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. to submit updated maps reflecting a mandatory contraction of the Colville River unit on the North Slope. The contraction was built into the Colville River Unit Agreement in 1998.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Day of Caring volunteers complete projects around San Juan County
The all-day annual event was the 24th time the San Juan United Way has enlisted the help of businesses and individuals to make a difference in their communities by cleaning up a yard, painting a house, sprucing up an office space or planting a garden. Thursday was also the 13th anniversary of the Sept.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
East Timor accuses Australian tax assessor Roger Maguire of being a "mole" for oil companies
'Mole': Roger Maguire, an Australian who worked in East Timor's Directorate-General of Revenue and Customs has been accused of being a ConocoPhillips 'mole'. Australian man Roger Maguire has been accused by East Timor of being a "mole" for oil major ConocoPhillips amid revelations it paid him $US120,000 to provide evidence on its behalf.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Resource Investing News
Coro Mining Secures Processing Plant, Debt Financing for Berta Project in Chile
Coro Mining Corp. announced that its subsidiary SCM Berta S.A. has signed a memorandum of understanding with local Chilean construction group Inmobiliaria y Constructora Fundart Ltda to provide debt financing in the amount of US$15 million for the Berta copper leach project. SCMB will also acquire the Nora SXEW processing plant to further the development of the project.
Aurora residents take issue with taller fracking towers near homes
Some Aurora residents are questioning the transparency of city staff over administrative waivers that may be granted to Houston-based oil and gas developer ConocoPhillips to build 30-foot-tall towers for hydraulic fracturing near residential developments.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Tinubu replies Ikimi.
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Courthouse News Service
Fired Worker Slams ConocoPhillips on Safety
ConocoPhillips fired a New Mexico man for complaining about safety violations at a natural gas liquid extraction facility, the man claims in court.
City plots cemetery expansion; drainage remains a concern
Ryan Moody with the City of Brandon fills in a hole, created after a tree fell during July's storm, at the Brandon Municipal Cemetery on Thursday.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Research and Markets: Global and Chinese Needle Coke Industry Report, 2014-2016
The global needle coke capacity rose from 920 kt/a to 1,160 kt/a in 2006-2013, registering a CAGR of 3.9%.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
The Motley Fool
1 Place Where Veterans Can Find Work in the Oil Field
Veterans continue to have a tough time transitioning into the civilian workforce.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Alaska oil tax cut repeal initiator files anti-corruption proposal
Targeting what he believes is corruption in the state Legislature, political activist Ray Metcalfe has filed an application with the Alaska Division of Elections to launch a new citizen initiative aimed at stopping lawmakers from voting on bills that help their donors, their employers and others.
Commodities Today: Drilling In The U.S. Arctic And Looking At A Permian Driller
With the remarks from President Obama yesterday, along with the intelligence community now suggesting that ISIS could move on to terrorist acts it seems that the West is shifting their focus away from Ukraine and back towards the Middle East.
A Closer Look At ConocoPhillips' Key Business Drivers
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Thu Aug 28, 2014
Alaska Journal of Commerce
After tax vote, what should Alaskans watch for?
A fleet of cranes hoist the Point Thomson pipeline into place during construction this past winter, eventually making the connection to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.
7 out of 22 'threatened' corals are in Florida Atlantic area, scientific agency says
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a list of 20 more corals that are in danger of becoming extinct.
U.S. LNG Export Terminals Closer to Fruition After Getting FERC...
With the boom in natural gas production in the U.S., prices have plummeted. Supply has greatly expanded, while demand has grown only steadily.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Opinion: Great Barrier Reef grief, the travesty of expansion at the cost of tropical life
Energy corporations with the largest profit margins often seem quickest to try to save a few bucks, particularly when it comes at the expense of the environment.