ConocoPhillips highlights progress on plans for production and margin growth

May 2013
World Energy News;5/16/2013, p10
The article reports on the Annual Meeting of Stockholders of oil and gas exploration and production company ConocoPhillips wherein the company reported that it is making significant progress on delivering its plans for growth in volumes and margins. It also reaffirmed its goal to consistently deliver strong, predictable returns to shareholders. Information is provided on several achievements from 2012 highlighted by the company at the meeting.


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