I've heard from a reliable source that after we complete the UK divestiture, Bartlesville will be next. Apparently we've already received bids from the Salvation Army and United Way for all of our OK assets.
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This article reports the completion of the three infill well program in the Timor Sea. The project was completed ahead of time and 40% under budget. The ConocoPhillips-led group at Bayu-Undan gas-condensate field in the Timor Sea reported the... read more
$25/bbl price drop... watch for our incompetent management to start layoffs in 2019. But they are paid well to make these tough decisions!
Following the announced revision by the current administration of NPR-A, ConocoPhillips is pushing to make more land available for drilling in the area surrounding Teshekpuk Lake, Alaska. As we all know the former administration widened the area... read more
RML talks a lot about inclusion but really missed an opportunity have the composition of his ELT be representative of 50/50 males & females. Optimistically I’d like to think that HS as the lead of HR will have the opportunity to sit on the ELT like... read more
COP CIO has announced that he is "all in" with the cloud, that should start the downsizing of Bartlesville IT. Phillips 66 is doing the same thing and their layoffs are to resume Jan 1 2019 in Bartlesville/Worldwide. I am guessing the next two years... read more
Problem is that COP has let go those who have experience and know what they’re doing. Now, inexperienced people are running groups and they have no clue. Not their fault. Just bad decisions by higher ups.
.......for spending the most money on consultants who then give them awards.
Looks like the latest in the increasing amount of asset sales could be the UK, with media reporting keen interest from elsewhere. Shame, the North Sea is proper oil territory and I enjoyed going to Aberdeen. Divesting seems to be the way though.
Our next recession has started which will require more adjustments. Closing Bartlesville offices should be high on the agenda. Completing move to Energy Centers and closing Bartlesville will be some of our first moves along with centralizing all... read more
If you are a disingenuous self serving manager, come join the talent management turfers club. All new managers get assigned a special interest group in the company designed to make employees feel valued. It’s part of the leadership development... read more
Got a job in few weeks after let go. Got package and now enjoying working in busy asset with lot of drillings. My feeling right now is similar to watching hunger games movie for all folks in EC3 and Main Complex while eating popcorn and drinking... read more
What a joke!
Sadly, it was decided that I was no longer a necessary part of ConocoPhillips last September after many years of loyal service. I receive a decent exit package which has given me some time to start a side career in online writing. But more... read more
Let's take a survey of how many would go to Bartlesville if a job opportunity were offered? If you were told your job was moving to Bartlesville would you move or resign? I you are already working in Bartlesville would you transfer out if given the... read more
Henceforth, I commit to avoiding this website. Even though I think you are wrong and unjust in many things, I am finished with the anger and slander
Found this article to be a load of bull mixed with a lot of kool-aid for us to drink. I get that the leadership wants to take credit for good Q3 results, but presenting simple cost-cutting and selling off assets as a brilliant business strategy is an... read more
Dishonest hypocritical supervisors are the new normal. Lovely culture you guys are promoting but who cares, you can roll in your cash and have a good laugh at the poor s---ers who you step on for your own gain.
I don’t see anyone posting about this, so here it is. ConocoPhillips announced leadership changes that will take effect on Januar 1st 2019, as a result of the announced retirement of Al Hirshberg. It was announced that Matt Fox will take the role of... read more
Read my “July 26” post from 3 months ago. Another prediction comes true today. There will be more.
Post any information about potential or actual ConocoPhillips Layoffs in 2019?
The COP CIO has announced that he is "all in" with the cloud, that should start the downsizing of Bartlesville IT. Phillips 66 is doing the same thing and their layoffs are to resume Jan 1 2019 in Bartlesville/Worldwide. I am guessing the next two... read more
It looks like the numbers are looking good in the Q3 financial results. Was hoping to get some thoughts on can we continue performing at this pace in Q4, or is this just a reflection of the peak of the oil market... read more
That number includes open jobs that the company didn’t fill, said Al Hirshberg, ConocoPhillips’ executive vice president of production, drilling and projects. The cuts were a part of ConocoPhillips’ efforts to reduce costs, efforts that Hirshberg... read more
It seems to be the new trend among ‘high-pots’ who I know for a fact have no freaking clue what they are doing or talking about. For the night is dark and full of terrors
It’s quite simple actually. Conocophillips handled the downturn extremely well and employees saw that. Literally non-stop fear and anxiety for many many folks who knew their time of coasting was up, but the rot needed to be cured which was seen as a... read more
As per the new polls Cop is the best global company to work for in the world. Just search it on net. Anyone spreading false news and badmouthing the company should be worried now.
It’s quite simple actually. Conocophillips handled the downturn extremely horrible and employees saw that. Literally non-stop fear and anxiety for many many folks. Conocophillips is engulfed in internal politics, bureaucracy, and corporate red tape... read more
Since it was stated that people are quitting left and right... Would anyone care to comment on this. Is it due to poor company morale after the layoffs for the past 3 years? Poor company performance or just that things are busy and people are getting... read more
Since it was stated that people are quitting left and right....would anyone care to comment on this. Is it due to poor company morale after the layoffs for the past 3 years? Poor company performance or just that things are busy and people are getting... read more
Didn't everyone love the town hall? When you present a "word cloud" that your 350+k/year leadership team worked on at an offsite like a high school student council on a leadership retreat its a great use of time. Especially when one of the words is... read more
The mythical COP stock price isn’t tied to the oil price is it? Once again there is no gold star management at this company, only a hope that the higher oil prices and stock buybacks can prop this sinking ship up for another year. Oh yeah selling all... read more
If you left the company last month what date do your RSU’s vest in your Merrill Lynch account?
Is it time for a formal employee survey?
But it is still 80% more BS work than independents do! It’s not what we do, it’s how we do it.
Woke up with news of another asset sale a few days back. Not that it’s not common but it felt like we are selling company in bits and pieces to get through another quarter of poor performance. I am now firm believer that company is intentionally... read more
Although Bartlesville narrowly escaped this time, it's time is obviously limited. No new hires want to be stranded in Bartlesville and most of us want to transfer out of Bartlesville at first opportunity! Even our friends that were laid off in... read more