ConocoPhillips Canada

Our History

We can trace our history in Canada back over 110 years. Our story demonstrates our commitment to the community, our innovative approach to technology and our adaptability during the changes faced by our industry.

Here are some highlights.

2011 and on

May 1, 2012: ConocoPhillips successfully separates the company’s Refining & Marketing and Exploration & Production businesses into two stand-alone, publicly traded corporations, Phillips 66 and ConocoPhillips. While the repositioning of the company impacts ConocoPhillips Canada’s operations only slightly, the change signals another exciting time for the entire company.

May 29, 2015: ConocoPhillips achieves first steam at phase 2 of the Surmont oil sands project. Total gross capacity for the first two phases is expected to reach 150,000 barrels per day.

May 17, 2017: ConocoPhillips sells its 50 percent nonoperated interest in the Foster Creek Christina Lake (FCCL) oil sands partnership, as well as the majority of its Western Canada Deep Basin gas assets. ConocoPhillips Canada retains its operated 50 percent interest in the Surmont oil sands joint venture and its operated 100 percent Montney unconventional acreage position.