Shareholders vote against drilling study
ConocoPhillips shareholders voted against studying effects on Teshekpuk Lake in NPR-A; support dropped slightly from last year
Sixty-two percent of ConocoPhillips shareholders voted against asking the company to study the environmental effects of oil and gas development at Teshekpuk Lake, according to preliminary results from an annual shareholders’ meeting in Houston on May 14.
Even with those numbers, though, the sharehol....
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Proposal would have asked for report
ConocoPhillips didn’t like proposal
Shareholder votes serve only to recommend
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