ConocoPhillips Alaska
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    Who We Are

    We have been Alaska’s largest oil producer and a leader in oil and gas exploration and development for more than 50 years.

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    What We Do

    ConocoPhillips has a long and proud history in Alaska as the state’s largest oil and gas producer.

    Oil Production

    Policy reform leading to new investment, a stronger economy, and a more prosperous future. GO

    Transportation

    Safely transporting oil and natural gas by pipeline & tanker to bring Alaska's resources to market. GO

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    Dedicated to developing energy solutions for today and tomorrow . GO

    Arctic Operations

    Operating in the Arctic presents great opportunities along with great challenges. GO

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    In Communities

    Helping improve the quality of life in the communities where we live and work is a fundamental value for us.

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    Working diligently to build respectful relationships with our stakeholders. GO

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    Our employees believe strongly in being involved in Alaska’s communities. GO

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    We donate millions of dollars to community organizations annually. GO

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ConocoPhillips UAF Engineering Endowment

April 5, 2011

The University of Alaska Fairbanks and ConocoPhillips Alaska announced a gift to support engineering education and research at UAF. The $500,000 ConocoPhillips UAF Engineering Endowment will support students in the UAF College of Engineering and Mines by augmenting engineering laboratories, increasing the availability of academic support services and building undergraduate research opportunities.

"This grant continues our tradition of investing in quality training and education opportunities in Alaska," said Trond-Erik Johansen, president of ConocoPhillips Alaska. "Our company is investing in UAF's engineering programs to create the workforce our state will need in the future. We hope that funding these programs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks will encourage students to stay in Alaska, work in Alaska and bring their skills, technology and innovation to the state."

UAF has been educating engineering students since 1922. ConocoPhillips has a longtime association with the UAF College of Engineering and Mines. The company offers internships to students and many of those students move on to full-time positions when they graduate. Company representatives and alumni serve on the school’s advisory board and give back to the school as volunteers and mentors. In addition, the university and ConocoPhillips have a longstanding tradition of research collaboration.

"We look forward to continuing that partnership and working together to develop the human capital needed to advance Alaska's oil and gas industry and the state's economy," said Doug Goering, dean of the UAF College of Engineering and Mines. "This gift will help train tomorrow’s engineers and advance our knowledge base in arctic oil and gas development. By working together, we hope to help keep Alaska's oil and gas industry healthy and viable for many years to come."

CONTACT: Marmian Grimes, UAF information officer, 907-474-7902, marmian.grimes@alaska.edu. Additional contacts: Natalie Lowman, ConocoPhillips Alaska communications director, at 907- 263-4153 or N.M.Lowman@conocoph​