CONOCO


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CONOCOContinental Oil Company
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Michael Hollis, chairman and CEO of Hollis Industries, LLC said, "We are optimistic about our future for the additional 275 employees of Hollis Petroleum and its affiliated companies, and the 37-store alliance that we have established with Conoco Inc.
HOUSTON, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Conoco today announced the formation of a new business unit to pursue power projects in the evolving worldwide electrical power market.
On August 30, 2002, Conoco and Phillips completed their merger to become ConocoPhillips, the sixth largest publicly owned, vertically integrated oil and gas company in the world in terms of reserves and production.
In ceremonies today, Conoco President and CEO and Du Pont Vice Chairman Constantine S.
Conoco attorneys provide legal services to Acres Home CDC in Northeast Houston, and Azteca Economic Development and Preservation Corporation in Laredo, where Conoco operates a multi-million dollar natural gas production field.
Under the alliance, Conoco and Taurus will combine geoscience, engineering and operational skills to apply a "best practices" approach to coalbed methane developments.
The last purchase of Conoco common stock with cash payments under the plan will be made Friday, Aug.
We think it is time to turn that potential into a reality," said John Derr, president, Conoco Specialty Products Inc.
Conoco operates the entire export pipeline system under a separate agreement.
While Conoco has historically been a major customer of BJ Services, this agreement calls for BJ to provide 100 percent of Conoco's U.
The shares tendered during the subsequent offering period, together with the Gulf Indonesia shares purchased by Conoco Canada following the initial offering period, represent 97.
Acquiring an interest in the Mississippi Canyon 108 and 109 producing blocks would provide Conoco with one of its largest and most profitable oil producers in the United States," said T.