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[ConocoPhillips flag] image by Randy Young, 6 December 2015

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ConocoPhillips (New York Stock Exchange symbol "COP") is an American energy company based in Houston, Texas. Specializing in oil, natural gas, and other petroleum products, the company was created in 2002 through the merger of Conoco, Inc., and Phillips Petroleum Company.

The ConocoPhillips corporate flag can be seen in the following photograph online (  outside the company's Houston headquarters. The flag consists of the corporate logo centered on a white field. The logo itself features the company's name in black lettering with a red mark above the point where the two words join.
Randy Young, 6 December 2015

Did ConocoPhillips have a different flag (earlier version) using both former logos of Conoco ( and Phillips (
and either separately or together on a single flag?

And while we're at it, is it possible the 76 (former Union 76) chain of gas stations ( which is part of Phillips66, has a flag too?
Esteban Rivera, 6 December 2015

1970s logo flags

[ConocoPhillips flag] image by Randy Young, 6 December 2015

[ConocoPhillips flag] image by Randy Young, 6 December 2015

In answer to the questions about other corporate flags related to ConocoPhillips, here are the flags with the 1970 Conoco logo, one red centered on a white field, the other white centered on a red field.

Conoco was founded in 1875 as the Continental Oil and Transportation Company in Ogden, Utah. In 1929, Conoco merged with Marland Oil Company before merging with Phillips in 2002 to create the ConocoPhillips.

1959 Phillips 66

[ConocoPhillips flag] image by Randy Young, 6 December 2015

Phillips Petroleum Company was founded in 1917 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The company continued to expand both domestically and internationally until 2000, when part of the company merged with Chevron Corporation to create Chevron Phillips Chemical Corp. In 2002, the rest of the company merged with Conoco to create ConocoPhillips.

1932 Union 76

[ConocoPhillips flag] image by Randy Young, 6 December 2015

Union Oil Company of California (UNOCAL) was founded in 1890 in Santa Paula, California. In 2001, UNOCAL merged with Phillips Petroleum Company... a year before they themselves merged with Conoco. Beginning in the 1960s, UNOCAL became the official fuel provider of NASCAR, which gave them the right to appear on the winner's checkered flag.

There's an interesting graphic at showing how all of these energy
companies relate to each other through mergers,
Randy Young, 6 December 2015