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

    Policies and Positions

    Setting the standards for our business. GO


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

    SPIRIT Values

    The values we work and live by. GO

    Our History

    Our legacy in Canada goes back over 100 years. GO

  • Our Operations

    Our Operations

    Our world-class portfolio includes the Surmont oil sands project and exciting opportunities in the liquids-rich Montney play.

    Exploration and Business Development

    Developing interests across Canada. 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.

    Safety & Health

    Safety is core to how we operate. GO


    We are committed to protecting the environment. GO

    People & Society

    We engage with our stakeholders to understand their perspectives, values and interests. GO

  • In Our Community

    In Our Community

    We believe in fostering long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships with our stakeholders.

    Community Investment

    We provide support for individuals and organizations. GO

Vendor Invoice Status

Invoices or invoice data can be submitted to ConocoPhillips several ways, including regular mail submission for iPay clients with paper invoices, or electronically if you already have an account in our Actian system.

Whether you use iPay or Actian, you must have either a Purchase Order (PO) or Contract Outline Agreement (OLA) number on the invoice when you submit it.

Always ask yourself: “Is my Purchase Order or Contract Outline Agreement number on the invoice?”

iPay Clients

If you are an iPay client, please mail your paper invoice to:

ConocoPhillips Canada
PO Box 2566, STN M
Calgary, AB
T2P 2H7

Please remember to reference at least one of the following on your paper invoice:

  • A valid Purchase Order number. Your PO number will always begin with a prefix of “45” followed by 7 digits.
  • A valid contract OLA number (this would be issued to you prior to commencing any work for us).

Wondering about the status of an iPay invoice?

You can check the status of your invoice here. It’s easy to sign up and allows quick access to information on your invoices.

For more information call the Accounts Payable Hotline at 403-532-5088.

Actian Clients (ePayables Clients)

If you are an Actian client, please submit your invoices electronically through the Actian ePayables Web Portal.  If you or your company have not been trained to submit using this system, then you or your company are an iPay client and should refer to the iPay client invoice instructions above.

Please remember that an Actian invoice submission must reference a valid Reviewer ID and Approver ID. Your invoice through Actian will also reference an OLA number. These numbers follow a 46000xxxxx format.

You can login to the Actian web portal here. 

Additional contact information for Actian clients:

Company ​Issue ​Contact
Actian​ ​I’m experiencing a technical issue on the Actian website.  ​Actian Platinum Support
​ConocoPhillips I need to check an invoice or payment status. Check VIS
​ConocoPhillips I'm receiving an invoice error message. Submit a VITS ticket through VIS; include the Reviewer ID associated with the invoice in the body of the ticket. ​

Reminder of Invoicing Requirements

To remind our vendors of our invoicing requirements, Finance (Taxation) and Supply Chain issued a joint advisory letter (dated October 30, 2015) to all vendors who have invoiced ConocoPhillips Canada in the last 24 months.

Suppliers are required to be aware of all company invoicing requirements as they pertain to invoicing to our proper legal entity names and when to split invoices while performing work for more than one ConocoPhillips Canada legal entity.

Beginning January 1, 2016, invoices that do not reference the correct ConocoPhillips Canada legal entity will be rejected and the vendor will be required to resubmit.