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Today's Open $74.16
Previous Close $74.17
Daily Range $74.08 - $74.54
52-Week Range $57.00 - $74.95
Market Cap $91.0B
P/E Ratio 11.54
Dividend (Yield) $2.76 (3.7%)
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Volume 2,235,613
Average Daily Volume 5,841,172
Current FY EPS $6.08

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Why Dividend Growth Investors Should Choose ConocoPhillips Over Chesapeake Energy

America's energy boom continues unabated, and dividend growth investors can cash in on the bounty by investing in the right independent E&P companies. Specifically this means avoiding Chesapeake Energy and instead investing in ConocoPhillips.

The Winner and Losers of the Australian LNG Boom

ExxonMobil, Chevron, and Royal Dutch Shell are losers, but ConocoPhillips is a winner of the Australian LNG boom.

What $75 Oil Will Mean for These Producers

Barron's believes that the price of oil will slide to $75 per barrel; how much will this cost ExxonMobil, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips?

ConocoPhillips Repositioning Its Portfolio

Conoco offers production and cash flow growth at a reasonable valuation.

Technology Is Making a Big Difference in the Oilfield

Technology is increasing production and cutting costs, which is making a big difference for oil and gas companies.

Poland’s Energy Fate Now Rests With Just Chevron and ConocoPhillips

Total is the latest energy company to give up on exploring for shale gas in Poland.

Sorry Poland, Shale Might Not Be for You

The French giant Total is pulling out of Poland's shale industry, following similar moves by other oil majors

ExxonMobil vs. Royal Dutch Shell: Which Will Produce a Better Return?

ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell are two of the largest oil companies in the world; but which one will produce the better returns for investors?

LNG Projects Are Progressing, and the Payoffs Should Be Worth the Trouble

ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and Royal Dutch Shell all have expensive LNG mega-projects coming on stream in the near future.

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ConocoPhillips (COP) Description

An international, integrated energy company organized into six operating segments: Exploration and Production, Midstream, Refining and Marketing, LUKOIL Investment, Chemicals and Emerging Businesses. Website: http://www.conocophillips.com/

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