ConocoPhillips has cut about 10 percent of its Houston workforce since the start of the year, executives said during the company’s third-quarter earnings call Oct. 25.

That number includes open jobs that the company didn’t fill, said Al Hirshberg, ConocoPhillips’ executive vice president of production, drilling and projects. The cuts were a part of ConocoPhillips’ efforts to reduce costs, efforts that Hirshberg said on the call were not complete.

“We’re not done, we’re never done,”…

Houston Biz Journal
ConocoPhillips has cut 10 percent of Houston workforce in 2018

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