COP - ConocoPhillips

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
70.13
-0.53 (-0.75%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

70.13 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 5:16PM EDT

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Previous Close70.66
Open70.77
Bid70.01 x 1400
Ask70.15 x 900
Day's Range69.94 - 71.71
52 Week Range42.27 - 71.71
Volume6,079,189
Avg. Volume7,515,962
Market Cap82.057B
Beta1.32
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.14 (1.64%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target EstN/A
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  • A Look at ConocoPhillips’s Dividend Payout
    Market Realist9 hours ago

    A Look at ConocoPhillips’s Dividend Payout

    Is Rally in ConocoPhillips Stock Ready to Take a Breather? On May 4, ConocoPhillips (COP) announced a second-quarter dividend of $0.285 per share on its common stock. The dividend was $0.285 per share on its common stock for the first quarter.

  • Where ConocoPhillips Stock Could Settle This Week
    Market Realist11 hours ago

    Where ConocoPhillips Stock Could Settle This Week

    As of May 18, ConocoPhillips (COP) had an implied volatility of 21.6%, which is lower than 26.5% on March 30. Its implied volatility decreased slightly from 22.9% to 21.6% due to a marginal 0.2% upward movement for its stock.

  • Crude Oil and ConocoPhillips Stock Last Week
    Market Realistyesterday

    Crude Oil and ConocoPhillips Stock Last Week

    Is Rally in ConocoPhillips Stock Ready to Take a Breather? As we saw in the previous part of this series, ConocoPhillips (COP) stock rose marginally 0.2% for the week ended May 18. COP stock clearly underperformed crude oil.

  • Is Rally in ConocoPhillips Stock Ready to Take a Breather?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Is Rally in ConocoPhillips Stock Ready to Take a Breather?

    For the week ended May 18, crude oil (USO) rose from $70.70 per barrel to $71.37 per barrel, an increase of ~1%. The price rose during the first three days of the week and then on Thursday hit a 52-week high of $72.30 per barrel. But it couldn’t sustain that level and closed unchanged for the day. On Friday, the price fell marginally.

  • BP, ConocoPhillips in Talks to Sign Asset Swap Agreement
    Zacksyesterday

    BP, ConocoPhillips in Talks to Sign Asset Swap Agreement

    Per Bloomberg, BP is likely to increase stake in North Sea assets. In exchange, ConocoPhillips will get hold of BP's assets in Alaska.

  • Forget ConocoPhillips, Check Out These High-Yielding Dividend Stocks Instead
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Forget ConocoPhillips, Check Out These High-Yielding Dividend Stocks Instead

    ConocoPhillips has been hiking its dividend, but there are higher yielding stocks out there with better dividend records.

  • Is ConocoPhillips a Buy?
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Is ConocoPhillips a Buy?

    The oil giant’s stock has been scorching hot over the past year, but that doesn’t mean it’s still not worth buying.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Courts in Curacao, Bonaire partially lift seizures against PDVSA

    Conoco has aggressively moved to take over state-run oil firm PDVSA's inventories, cargoes and facilities following an award by the International Chamber of Commerce last month. The dispute has particularly affected the Caribbean, where PDVSA owns and operates refineries and terminals that supply several islands. "Both the court in Curacao and those in Bonaire have decided that the attachments must be lifted to the extent that this is necessary for the fuel and/or electricity supply on both islands," the Common Court of Justice said in a release.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Courts in Curacao, Bonaire partially lift seizures against PDVSA

    Courts in Curacao and Bonaire have partially lifted attachments introduced by ConocoPhillips aiming to seize Venezuelan PDVSA's assets to satisfy a $2 billion arbitration ruling, according to a copy of the documents seen by Reuters. Conoco has aggressively moved to take over state-run oil firm PDVSA's inventories, cargoes and facilities following an award by the International Chamber of Commerce last month. The dispute has particularly affected the Caribbean, where PDVSA owns and operates refineries and terminals that supply several islands.

  • How Conoco's Fight With Venezuela Landed in Curacao: QuickTake
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    How Conoco's Fight With Venezuela Landed in Curacao: QuickTake

    ConocoPhillips is going all out to recover $2 billion it was awarded in arbitration from Venezuela. First it froze the assets of Venezuela’s state-run oil giant, Petroleos de Venezuela SA, at Caribbean harbors that serve as key waystations for much of Venezuela’s crude exports. 1. Why does Venezuela owe $2 billion?

  • Bloomberg4 days ago

    How Conoco's Fight With Venezuela Landed in Curacao: QuickTake

    ConocoPhillips is going all out to recover $2 billion it was awarded in arbitration from Venezuela. First it froze the assets of Venezuela’s state-run oil giant, Petroleos de Venezuela SA, at Caribbean harbors that serve as key waystations for much of Venezuela’s crude exports. 1. Why does Venezuela owe $2 billion?

  • Rigzone.com5 days ago

    BP Is Said in Talks for Conoco's UK Field Stake in Swap

    BP and ConocoPhillips are in discussions for an asset swap deal, according to sources.

  • Bloomberg5 days ago

    BP Is in Talks to Take Conoco's U.K. Field in Swap Deal

    BP Plc and ConocoPhillips are in discussions for an asset swap deal that would see the U.K. energy major gain a greater foothold in a key project in the North Sea and the U.S. explorer get Alaskan assets, according to people familiar with the talks. BP is considering taking Conoco’s stake in the Clair field, in which BP already holds a 28.6 percent stake and is the operator, the people said, asking not to be identified because the talks are private. In exchange, Conoco is likely to take some of BP’s assets in Alaska.

  • ConocoPhillips Chooses Eagle Ford Over Permian: Here's Why
    Zacks5 days ago

    ConocoPhillips Chooses Eagle Ford Over Permian: Here's Why

    Oil pipeline bottleneck and labor shortage compel ConocoPhillips (COP) to give more importance to Eagle Ford shale play than crowded Permian.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Malaysia's Kimanis crude supplies to rise in July - traders

    SINGAPORE, May 16 (Reuters) - * Malaysia will export 12 cargoes of the Kimanis grade of crude oil in July, up two cargoes from the previous month, trade sources said on Wednesday * Malaysia's Petronas ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Malaysia's Kimanis crude supplies to rise in July - traders

    * Malaysia will export 12 cargoes of the Kimanis grade of crude oil in July, up two cargoes from the previous month, trade sources said on Wednesday * Malaysia's Petronas will be allocated four cargoes, ...

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] Venezuela’s Creditors Are Cutting Its Crude-Oil Lifeline

    Venezuela’s leader, Nicolás Maduro, may well retain power after Sunday’s presidential election. A series of court orders in recent days has authorized U.S. oil giant ConocoPhillips to seize as much as $2.6 billion in Venezuelan oil from Dutch Caribbean islands as compensation for assets that Venezuela’s Socialist government expropriated from the company in 2007. The rulings are a major blow to the cash-strapped and increasingly isolated nation at a time when its once-thriving state energy monopoly, Petróleos de Venezuela SA, or PdVSA, has been left in tatters after years of mismanagement.

  • PDVSA Failed to Set Firewalls to Contain $2 Billion Assault
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    PDVSA Failed to Set Firewalls to Contain $2 Billion Assault

    Venezuela’s state-run oil giant failed to erect firewalls that may have kept ConocoPhillips from freezing its oil assets in the Caribbean. Beset by political and financial chaos at home, Petroleos de Venezuela SA never took legal precautions common for distressed corporate debtors, including protecting cargoes from seizure. PDVSA also lacks the sovereign immunity of a national government that’s helped others slow-walk collections in the past.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    ConocoPhillips 'not close' to recouping $2 billion from PDVSA - CEO

    U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips (COP.N) is far from collecting the full value of a $2 billion (1.5 billion pounds) arbitration award against Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL], Conoco's chief executive said on Tuesday. Conoco has won court orders allowing the company to begin seizing PDVSA assets in efforts to collect on an award by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) over the 2007 nationalisation of its projects in Venezuela. While Conoco started seizing assets this month, Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance is telegraphing that the company intends to escalate its campaign against PDVSA across the globe as it works to recoup losses.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    ConocoPhillips 'not close' to recouping $2 bln from PDVSA: CEO

    U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips (COP.N) is far from collecting the full value of a $2 billion arbitration award against Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL], Conoco's chief executive said on Tuesday. Conoco has won court orders allowing the company to begin seizing PDVSA assets in efforts to collect on an award by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) over the 2007 nationalization of its projects in Venezuela. While Conoco started seizing assets this month, Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance is telegraphing that the company intends to escalate its campaign against PDVSA across the globe as it works to recoup losses.

  • Associated Press7 days ago

    Conoco continues seizing Venezuela assets in Dutch islands

    WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (AP) — A lawyer for a subsidiary of Houston-based ConocoPhillips said a court in the Dutch Antilles has authorized it to seize $1.94 billion worth of assets held on Bonaire island by Venezuela's state oil company, PDVSA.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    ConocoPhillips 'not close' to recouping $2 billion from PDVSA - CEO

    U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips (COP.N) is far from collecting the full value of a $2 billion (£1.48 billion) arbitration award against Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL], Conoco's chief executive said on Tuesday. Conoco has won court orders allowing the company to begin seizing PDVSA assets in efforts to collect on an award by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) over the 2007 nationalization of its projects in Venezuela. While Conoco started seizing assets this month, Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance is telegraphing that the company intends to escalate its campaign against PDVSA across the globe as it works to recoup losses.

  • ConocoPhillips shareholders reject executive pay proposal
    Reuters7 days ago

    ConocoPhillips shareholders reject executive pay proposal

    HOUSTON (Reuters) - Shareholders of oil producer ConocoPhillips rejected a proposal at their annual meeting on Tuesday that would have linked executive compensation with U.S. accounting standards. Shareholders of the company, who met in a Houston hotel, also approved a slate of 10 for the board of directors and voted in favor of the existing executive compensation program. (Reporting by Ernest Scheyder; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)

  • Why Venezuelan Elections Can Bring Government Stability
    Bloomberg Video4 days ago

    Why Venezuelan Elections Can Bring Government Stability

    May.18 -- Jimena Blanco, head of Latin America research at Verisk Maplecroft, and Bloomberg's Tina Davis discuss the outlook for Venezuela and its oil crisis, as the country holds presidential elections on Sunday, May 20. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

  • Venezuela's Political and Financial Chaos Disrupts Oil Market
    Bloomberg Video5 days ago

    Venezuela's Political and Financial Chaos Disrupts Oil Market

    May.17 -- Beset by political and financial chaos at home, Venezuela's PDVSA never took legal precautions common for distressed corporate debtors, including protecting cargoes from seizure. PDVSA also lacks the sovereign immunity of a national government that’s helped others slow-walk collections in the past. Conoco was able to move at light-speed to begin enforcing a $2 billion arbitration award it won last month by freezing PDVSA’s oil exports at key Caribbean harbors. Russ Dallen, Caracas Capital Markets managing partner, and Jason Bordoff, Columbia University SIPA's Center on Global Energy Policy founding director, talk with Bloomberg's Alix Steel about Venezuela.