- The Wall Street Journal•2 hours ago
ConocoPhillips widened its adjusted loss in the latest quarter as revenue slid more than expected amid the continued commodities slump.
- Reuters•7 hours ago
ConocoPhillips, operator of the Australia Pacific liquefied natural gas (APLNG) plant, said it expects the project to reach its full capacity of 9 million tonnes a year in the June quarter of 2017. APLNG started shipping from the second of its two production units earlier this month, and is now focused on ramping up coal seam gas supplies, operated by its Australian partner Origin Energy, into the plant. "I expect it will be some time in the second quarter before we have enough gas supply from the upstream side to be able to run both trains at full tilt," ConocoPhillips' head of production, drilling and projects Al Hirshberg said on a quarterly conference call on Thursday.
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