TAKING FLIGHT | Members of ConocoPhillips’ Global Aviation Services organization gather in front of the company’s Embraer ERJ135 jet at the Bartlesville Municipal Airport. The 37-seat aircraft shuttles ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66 personnel between Houston, Texas and Bartlesville, Oklahoma, serving approximately 20,000 passengers per year. In the 1920s, both companies entered the world of aviation, using their own airplanes and developing products for the emerging market. | Photography by Hall Puckett | June 2018

READY TO ROLL | On Saturday, April 28, members of ConocoPhillips’ BP MS 150 team prepare to join about 8,000 riders on their journey from Houston to Austin, Texas. The 2018 ConocoPhillips team covered 102 miles after this photo was taken and another 66 miles on Sunday. Together team members raised more than $200,000 to fight multiple sclerosis. ConocoPhillips was one of the first Houston companies to field a team, beginning in 1988, the third year of the event. Since then the team has raised $6.93 million to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. ConocoPhillips riders have also been regular contributors on the board of the National MS Society, as well as the steering and safety committees for the annual ride. | Photography by Hall Puckett. | May 2018

SAILING HOME | The Aasta Hansteen hull and topsides begin their journey from the Stord shipyard, where they were recently mated, to the development location in the Norwegian Sea, 186 miles offshore Norway. The platform was named for a Norwegian painter, writer and early feminist; a naming ceremony was held on Women's Day, March 8, 2018. The Aasta Hansteen development is a gas discovery in a water depth of 4,265 feet. First gas is targeted by late 2018. The development includes the Polarled Pipeline, which will transport gas to the onshore processing facility at Nyhamna. ConocoPhillips has interests in these facilities of 4.5 percent and 1.7 percent, respectively. | Photography by Espen Roennevik, courtesy of Statoil | April 2018