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ConocoPhillips (COP)

COP on New York Consolidated

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23 May 2017
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Thu, May 18 2017

BRIEF-ConocoPhillips revises Q2 production guidance

* ConocoPhillips says revised its second-quarter production guidance to 1,365 to 1,405 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day - SEC filing Source text for Eikon: (http://bit.ly/2qWYx3n) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Cenovus says completed purchase of ConocoPhillips Canada assets

* Says completed acquisition of ConocoPhillips western Canadian assets Further company coverage: (Reporting by Ethan Lou)

BRIEF-Conocophillips sets quarterly dividend of $0.265 per share

* Conocophillips announces quarterly dividend Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

ConocoPhillips to lay off 300 in Canada oil sands pullback

CALGARY, Alberta ConocoPhillips will lay off 300 Canadian workers after selling most local assets to domestic crude producer Cenovus Energy Inc , the Houston-based company said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-ConocoPhillips to lay off 300 in Canada oil sands pullback

CALGARY, Alberta, May 4 ConocoPhillips will lay off 300 Canadian workers after selling most local assets to domestic crude producer Cenovus Energy Inc, the Houston-based company said on Thursday.

BRIEF-ConocoPhillips says revised Q1 earnings to $0.6 bln, or $0.47 per share

* ConocoPhillips provides update to first-quarter 2017 results based on subsequent partner disclosures and information

ConocoPhillips to lay off 300 in Canada after Cenovus deal

CALGARY, Alberta, May 4 ConocoPhillips will lay off 300 Canadian workers, mostly in the country's oil capital of Calgary, after selling most of its local assets to local producer Cenovus Energy Inc, the Houston-based company said on Thursday.

ConocoPhillips posts surprise loss on higher-than-expected costs

HOUSTON ConocoPhillips reported a surprise quarterly loss on Tuesday as operating costs came in higher than expected, sending its shares lower in afternoon trading.

ConocoPhillips is wasting its oil crisis

DALLAS (Reuters Breakingviews) - ConocoPhillips is stuck in a rut. Only asset sales kept the company’s earnings out of the red in the first three months of the year. The cash from such deals will help Conoco cut its high debt load, but Chief Executive Ryan Lance is still pushing ahead with buybacks and has started increasing the dividend rather than boosting investing. Such methods to buoy the stock have a limited lifespan.

UPDATE 3-ConocoPhillips posts surprise loss on higher-than-expected costs

* Shares down as much as 2.4 percent (New throughout, adds details from conference call; updates stock price, adds byline and HOUSTON dateline)

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