ConocoPhillips

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Fortune 1000 Rank: 4 (Up 2 rankings from position 6)

http://www.conocophillips.com"
NYSE: COP Company Investor Page
Wikipedia on ConocoPhillips

Rankings

  • 4 in FORTUNE 1000 (May 2011)
    • 4 in FORTUNE 500 (May 2011)
  • S&P 500
  • Dow Jones Global Titans


ConocoPhillips Corporation Rank 4, Public
Number of Employees 29,700
HeadQuarters 600 N. Dairy Ashford Houston, TX 77079
CEO James J. Mulva
Phone 281-293-1000
Industry Petroleum Refining
Current Market Cap 93.2b


Fortune Snapshot

Company Financials $ millions  % Change From Latest Quarter $ Millions
Revenue 184,966.0 32.6 62,073.0
Profits 11,358.0 133.8 3,402.0
Assets
Stockholder Equity 68,562.0


Abstract

The history of ConocoPhillips is in its name, and the amalgam is a good metaphor for the company itself. The 3rd largest of all US integrated oil and gas companies, behind Exxon Mobil and Chevron, maintains a brand image of hard work and responsible dedication. The first words on their own company information page are "ConocoPhillips uses its pioneering spirit to responsibly deliver energy to the world. This purpose transcends all of ConocoPhillips’ operations." [1] Globally, it is capable of refining upwards to 2.4 million barrels of oil daily, and operates in more than 30 countries. (Hoover's)

According to the NY Times and other sources, ConocoPhillips has six major divisions of operation:

  1. Exploration and Production (E&P), which explores for, produces, transports and markets crude oil, bitumen, natural gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural gas liquids on a worldwide basis
  2. Midstream, which gathers, processes and markets natural gas produced by it and others, and fractionates and markets natural gas liquids, in the United States and Trinidad
  3. Refining and Marketing (R&M), which purchases, refines, markets and transports crude oil and petroleum products, in the United States, Europe and Asia
  4. LUKOIL Investment, which consists of its investment in the ordinary shares of OAO LUKOIL
  5. Chemicals, which manufactures and markets petrochemicals and plastics worldwide
  6. Emerging Businesses, which represents investment in new technologies or businesses outside its operations.

([2])

It is this clear diversity of operations working together that promotes the image put forth by the brand name - a name that is itself a combination.

Relevant Information

Corporate Body

[3] Company About Us Page

  • Chairman and CEO
James J. (Jim) Mulva
  • SVP Finance and CFO
Jeffrey W. (Jeff) Sheets
  • VP Corporate Affairs
Clayton C. Reasor
  • SVP Government Affairs
Red Cavaney
  • SVP and Chief Administrative Officer
Eugene L. (Gene) Batchelder

Fiscal Information

  • Fiscal Year-End
December
  • 2010 Sales (mil.)
$198,655.0
  • 1-Year Sales Growth
30.0%
  • 2010 Net Income (mil.)
$11,358.0
  • 1-Year Net Income Growth
133.8%
  • 2010 Employees
29,700
  • 1-Year Employee Growth
(1.0%)

Top 5 Competition

Worldwide

  1. BP
  2. Chevron
  3. Exxon Mobil
  4. Admiral Petroleum
  5. Arabian American Development

United States

  1. Exxon Mobil
  2. Chevron
  3. Valero Energy
  4. Marathon Oil
  5. Sunoco

External Links & References

References, Resources, Citations

  1. http://www.ConocoPhillips.com
  2. [4] Fortune Snapshots
  3. Hoover's Company Records Cj-Cq. (Dec 15, 2011).
  4. [5] New York Times
  5. [6] ConocoPhillips Corporate Investor Page
  6. [7] ConocoPhillips Corporate About Page
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