ConocoPhillips Canada
  • Who We Are

    Who We Are

    ConocoPhillips is the world's largest independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company.

    Canadian Leadership

    Learn more about our Canadian leadership. GO

    ConocoPhillips Global

    The world’s largest independent exploration and production company. GO


    Setting the standards for our business. GO

    Our History

    Our legacy in Canada goes back over 100 years. GO


    Working with others to meet today's energy challenges. GO

    SPIRIT Values

    The values we work and live by. GO


    Our global positions. GO

  • Our Operations

    Our Operations

    Our world-class portfolio includes assets in Western Canada, the oil sands in northern Alberta and Canada's Arctic.

    Canadian Arctic

    We explore for assets in the far North. GO

    Western Canada

    We produce natural gas and gas liquids from Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. GO

    Oil Sands

    We produce heavy oil from the Athabasca region. GO

  • Technology & Innovation

    Technology & Innovation

    We never stop pushing ourselves to find new and better ways to develop our oil and gas assets.


    We’re improving upon traditional oil and gas recovery methods. GO


    We're innovating to develop today's most challenging assets. GO

  • Sustainable Development

    Sustainable Development

    Sustainable Development is about conducting our business to promote economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities, now and into the future.

    Sustainable Development Portal

    Read our online sustainability report. GO

  • In Our Community

Stakeholder Engagement

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We aim to create and maintain inclusive, honest and mutually beneficial relationships with our stakeholders – those individuals and groups who are impacted by our business or who have the ability to impact our business. These relationships are viewed as tangible, valuable assets critical to our business success. We engage with our stakeholders early in the planning process to learn about and understand their values, needs and interests. We then ensure those values, needs and interests are addressed in our internal decision-making and project execution processes.

ConocoPhillips' stakeholder engagement activities are an integral part of our sustainable development commitments. Our major businesses have engagement strategies which vary according to the nature of the local community. In dispersed communities, we identify key stakeholders and engage with them face-to-face to ensure that our activities are understood and that we consider their feedback. In regions where there are opportunities to bring local stakeholders together, we work with multi-stakeholder groups in a similar way.

This approach is embedded in our SPIRIT Value of Integrity, which states that we are ethical and trustworthy in our relationships with stakeholders. Expanding on the value of Integrity, our Principles for Stakeholder Engagement:

  • Proactively identify and seek out key stakeholders early in the business endeavour.
  • Include these key stakeholders in the design and implementation of the engagement process.
  • Listen in order to understand stakeholders’ interests, concerns and culture.
  • Communicate openly.
  • Seek solutions that create mutually beneficial business and engagement approaches that also build long-term value for both the company and our stakeholders.
  • Follow through on our commitments and stand accountable for the results, both internally and externally.

But it isn’t enough just to talk with our stakeholders. We measure and report on our activities too. To learn more about our Stakeholder Engagement performance in Canada, visit our Sustainable Development Portal.

Read our Stakeholder Engagement Policy here.