ENERGY WOMEN EMPOWERING OTHERS

March 7, 2019

Valuing everyone's contribution isn't something we just talk about. It's what we put into practice every day. At ConocoPhillips, we believe we are a stronger company when we bring together different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives as we work to safely and responsibly deliver energy to the world.

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TODAY’S ENERGY PIONEERS POWERING TOMORROW

January 28, 2019

Every morning, Karen Work and her husband Jim wake up in their New Mexico home, say goodbye to their two Australian shepherds and travel the roughly one-hour drive across the Texas state line to the active oil and gas operations in the Permian Basin.

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Conservation People Water

WHEN GIVING BACK, THERE’S POWER IN COOPERATION

December 11, 2018

Lending a helping hand goes a long way. It builds stronger communities, forms lasting relationships and assists those in need. It’s a source of pride for our employees to be able to give back to the communities where they live and work. Investing in communities is core to our values and our approach to doing business.

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Community Giving People

TAKING ACTION TO SUPPORT DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

October 17, 2018

When we decided to create Power in Cooperation, one of the driving factors was the belief that our country is best when we foster inclusion and promote a diverse exchange of ideas. We believe in encouraging dialogue to seek common ground because we recognize securing our energy future is a highly complicated endeavor in which no one person or entity has all the answers.

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THE POWER OF YOU

September 24, 2018

Smart energy policies are important to build healthy, vibrant communities nationwide. But can one person influence local and national energy policies - and does one voice even matter? 

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EMPOWERING WOMEN. LITERALLY.

May 4, 2018

Access to energy is important - especially for women. A report recently released by the International Energy

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Energy Security People

HOLIDAYS AND TOUGH TOPICS OF CONVERSATION

November 20, 2017

American families and friends will soon gather around the table to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. Some will enjoy a traditional meal of turkey, potatoes, and pumpkin pie. Others will feast on tamales, or even freshly caught trout. However, one near-constant in all of these holiday gatherings will be spirited conversation – and discussion invariably seems to venture towards controversial topics.

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Energy in Your Life People

THANK YOU, VETERANS

November 9, 2017

As we approach Veteran’s Day, Saturday, November 11, we’d like to thank all who are serving and who have served our nation. The Veteran’s Day holiday dates to 1926, when Congress passed a resolution calling for Nov. 11 to be remembered annually, “with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations.”

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A BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF CONSERVATION

September 11, 2017

Conservation work, such as strategic migratory bird projects, helps us learn about ecosystems near our operations while developing local relationships.

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Conservation People

HELPING AFTER HURRICANE HARVEY

September 5, 2017

It’s been just over a week since Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas and it’s been heart-warming to see how Texas communities have pulled together and volunteered to help during these difficult times.

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Community Giving People
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