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What are the key trends in ConocoPhillips's production QoQ?
ConocoPhillip's total production (MBOED), has remained relatively steady over recent quarters.Conventional oil assets and shale form the majority of the company's source (50%+). The rest of the production is split between deepwater, heavy oil and LNG.Going into the second quarter we expect total production to come in around 1300 MBOE. We believe the production will continue to rise through 2019, and total production for the year should be around 1320 MBOE
What was ConocoPhillips's production broken-down by its various segments?
Chevron's crude oil production has remained relatively steady through the quarters, with production hitting 639 BOE/d in the latest quarter.With the price of oil expected to remain range bound, we believe Chevron will increase production of its crude mainly through its Permian assets. We therefore believe that crude oil production will move towards 640-645 BOE/d from the second quarter onwards.
Natural Gas Liquid:
Natural gas liquid production, continued to see steady production we expect production to rise from 96 (MBD) to 97 (MBD) in the second quarter
We expect Bitumen production to rise slightly during the second quarter. Production fell slightly in the first quarter on the back of lower-than-expected demand, but this was mainly a seasonal issue. We don't expect the lower level of production to continue in the second quarter
Natural Gas:Natural gas liquid production, which mainly comes from the Apallachia formation continued to see steady production. While total production fell slightly during the quarter we expect it to rise again in the coming quarters.
Crude Oil Consolidated QoQ
Natural Gas Production MCF
How Have ConocoPhillips' Revenues & Expenses Changed Over Recent Years?
What has ConocoPhillips' net income changed over recent years?
Net Income Margin
What is the Trefis Price Estimate?
What is our Trefis Estimate?
We have an estimate of $74 for the stock. This would imply a forward earnings p/e ratio of 9.5. We believe considering the price of oil being relatively steady this is a reasonable estimate.