We work in a truly integrated way to find and produce oil and natural gas globally. Technical capabilities, asset quality and scale, and financial strength set us apart - we are unmatched among independent exploration and production companies.
The world’s largest independent exploration and production company.
Assets, technology and people for the new energy landscape.
A long and proud history of finding and producing oil and gas.
We explore for, produce, transport and market crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, liquefied natural gas and bitumen on a worldwide basis - energy that plays a foundational role in enabling global economic development and human progress.
Using sophisticated technologies to locate resources.
Safely transporting oil and gas, connecting energy supply and demand.
Valuing relationships with suppliers and other companies.
Producing the oil and gas resources to power civilization.
Working daily to design innovative ways to find and produce oil and gas.
Sustainable Development is about conducting our business to promote economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities, now and into the future.
Integrating sustainable development into our work.
Striving to work each day without injury, illness or incidents.
Addressing social and stakeholder issues.
Answering common questions.
Minimizing environmental footprint and supporting stewardship.
Measuring key performance metrics and reporting indices.
We do more than create jobs and pay taxes in the communities where we operate. We listen. Our dedication as a community partner is evidenced in the local events we sponsor. It is also apparent in the conversations held between our local community liaisons and stakeholders.
Contributing to the well-being of communities.
Working to understand the values, needs and interests of our neighbors.
We value our relationship with oil and gas interest owners, answering any questions about ownership interests in a prompt, informative and helpful manner.
How do I contact the Owner Relations Unit?
See contact options below. Please have your ConocoPhillips Owner Number and your Social Security/Tax Identification Number on hand. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday-Friday Central Standard Time.
Phone or e-mail:
Visit our Contact us page.
Fax: (918) 661-5544
Web: Interest Owners
How can I see my payment detail online or be set up to receive payment detail via Oildex Owner Relations Connect over the Internet?
How do I read my payment detail?
To display payment explanation, click here.
What if I haven't received my check?
If your check is more than 15 days late, please contact the Owner Relations Unit as shown above.
What if my check was lost?
If your check is lost or stolen, contact the Owner Relations Unit as shown above.
Can I receive my revenue payment via Direct Deposit (Electronic Funds Transfer)?
You can elect to receive your revenue payment via Direct Deposit filling out the Direct Deposit Form, or by contacting the Owner Relations Unit.
How do I change my address?
You can change your address on record filling out the Address Change Form, or by writing to the Owner Relations Unit as shown above.
How are adjustments to checks handled?
ConocoPhillips works to disburse revenues in accordance with the owner’s Lease Agreement and State Statutes. If an error or discrepancy is discovered a correction will be made and an adjustment will result. For instance, ConocoPhillips may be given inaccurate production figures or pricing from the transporter. An adjustment would then be required.
What is the value of my mineral interest?
ConocoPhillips does not provide appraisals for leases. However, you may contact a royalty broker or local bank in the county where the leases are located.
What about sales of interest? Royalty Interest (RI), Working Interest (WI) or Overriding Royalty Interest (ORI).
Provide a copy of the appropriate conveyance filed of record in the county in which the property is located.
What about estate proceedings?
Owner dies (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in the same State in which the properties are located:
What is needed for name changes?
An individual’s name changes due to marriage, divorce, etc.: a copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree reinstating maiden name or other document effecting name change.
Company or Corporation Changes its name only: Certificate of Name Change (verification of Tax ID to be used should be included).
Company or Corporation’s name changes due to merger: Certificate of Merger (verification of Tax ID to be used should be included).
What is needed for trusts?
What is needed for guardianship changes?
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