Just two years ago, Anvil Corp. was a sleepy little engineering firm on the Billings West End that focused on design for the oil and gas industry in Yellowstone County.
A third-generation oil man, Mykel Stockton has seen business gush, and he’s seen it run dry. His Soco Express service stations have hit a trough now, but the Billings man sees boom times ahead.
After sitting vacant for six years, the former Carmike 7 movie theater at the corner of Overland Avenue and Creekside Road has been gutted and by late summer will be remodeled into office space.
Eastern Montana gets a new ConocoPhillips office.
— Split off in April 2012 from Phillips 66, which owns the Billings refinery. That split reversed a 2002 merger of the two oil giants.
David Cook of Houston is the ConocoPhillips Williston assets manager. The company held a grand opening Thursday of its new Billings offices at 3435 Mountain Pass Road.
BUTTE — The CEO of ConocoPhillips — a Montana Tech grad — is bent on meshing public education of younger students with industry demand for qualified workers for what he calls an “energy renaissance.”
BUTTE — The oil-and-gas boom in far Eastern Montana has shifted to a steadier, more sustainable growth mode — but it still needs government investment in everything from higher education to infrastructure to help it along, industry officials and others said here Monday.
When 3,000 people gather in Butte on Monday and Tuesday to talk up Montana business with the CEOs of some of America’s largest and fastest-growing corporations, they will be starting at a better point than many other states. The Sixth Economic Development Summit organized by U.S. Sen. Max Ba…
Builder Sam Picard, center, with Phil Hammond, left, and Kent Wood of First Interstate Bank at 3435 Mountain Pass Road. The building houses administrative offices for ConocoPhillips.
Sam Picard is a perfectionist.
Former Crow Tribal Chairman Cedric Black Eagle told a federal jury on Wednesday that the ex-director of the tribe’s historic preservation office did not seek his approval before changing the policy on billing companies that used its services.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, ConocoPhillips chief executive officer Ryan Lance, the president of software giant Oracle and Boeing’s chief executive are among a slate of prominent business leaders headlining a two-day economic summit in September, according to Sen. Max Baucus.
ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance will meet with Montanans to discuss energy development during a two-day economic summit set for September.
The pessimists are right for now: The Heath oil play cutting a swath across Central Montana is no match for the Bakken.
BOISE, Idaho — An environmental group gets its day in front of a federal judge Wednesday afternoon to argue that the U.S. Forest Service shirked its responsibility to protect U.S. Highway 12 from giant oil-equipment shipments once slated to be hauled over the two-lane mountain thoroughfare i…
CASPER, Wyo. — The federal Bureau of Land Management will soon begin an environmental review of a sizable drilling project proposed west of Casper.
HOUSTON — ConocoPhillips is selling some properties in North Dakota and Montana to a subsidiary of Denbury Resources Inc. for $1.05 billion.
The Bakken oil boom was only one undercurrent pulling the Billings economy into stronger territory during 2012.
The world’s fourth-largest crane lifts the second of two new coker drums into place at the ConocoPhillips refinery in Billings in spring 2012. Energy, agriculture, construction, medical services and manufacturing kept Billings' economy growing this year.