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ConocoPhillips (COP.N)

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19 Jan 2018
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Mon, Jan 8 2018

BRIEF-ConocoPhillips Expects To Recognize A Non-Cash Tax Benefit In Q4 Related To U.S. Tax Cuts And Jobs Act​

* CONOCOPHILLIPS - EXPECTS TO RECOGNIZE A NON-CASH TAX BENEFIT IN Q4 OF 2017 RELATED TO U.S. TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT​

UPDATE 1-ConocoPhillips to receive $337 million in accord with Ecuador

HOUSTON, Dec 4 ConocoPhillips will receive $337 million from Ecuador under a settlement of an arbitration case that the U.S. energy company brought over a 2009 confiscation of assets in the South American country.

ConocoPhillips, Ecuador to settle World Bank arbitration award

Dec 4 ConocoPhillips and Ecuador agreed to terms of a settlement under an arbitration award in a case where the energy company had been seeking compensation related to confiscation of assets.

ConocoPhillips vows financial discipline as it aims to boost output

NEW YORK ConocoPhillips said on Wednesday it will boost oil and natural gas output for the rest of the decade but vowed it would do so only when it was financially prudent and that it would strictly adhere to shareholder returns.

UPDATE 4-ConocoPhillips vows financial discipline as it aims to boost output

NEW YORK, Nov 8 ConocoPhillips said on Wednesday it will boost oil and natural gas output for the rest of the decade but vowed it would do so only when it was financially prudent and that it would strictly adhere to shareholder returns.

BRIEF-ConocoPhillips plan to double free cash flow in next three years

* Says will invest $1.2 billion in shale operations annually for rest of decade

BRIEF-ConocoPhillips targets ‍debt reduction to $15 bln in 2019​

* ConocoPhillips analyst and investor meeting to outline 2018-2020 operating plan; creating value with disciplined, returns-focused strategy

ConocoPhillips aims to spend $5.5 bln/year for rest of decade

NEW YORK, Nov 8 ConocoPhillips, the largest U.S. independent oil and natural gas producer, said on Wednesday it would spend $5.5 billion annually for the rest of the decade on capital projects as long as oil prices stay above $50 per barrel.

Cenovus' profit beats Street view, production more than doubles

Cenovus Energy Inc's third-quarter adjusted profit beat Wall Street estimates on Thursday, as it benefited from the purchase of ConocoPhillips' Canadian oil-sands assets that more than doubled production.

UPDATE 2-Cenovus' profit beats Street view, production more than doubles

Nov 2 Cenovus Energy Inc's third-quarter adjusted profit beat Wall Street estimates on Thursday, as it benefited from the purchase of ConocoPhillips' Canadian oil-sands assets that more than doubled production.

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