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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Petrofac Limited PFC London Ordinary Share GB00B0H2K534 ORD USD0.02
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
6.50 4.69% 145.00 16:29:57
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
134.60 134.60 145.40 145.00 138.50
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Industry Sector
OIL EQUIPMENT SERVICES & DISTRIBUTION

Petrofac PFC Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
25/02/2020FinalUSX25.331/12/201831/12/201923/04/202024/04/202022/05/202038
28/08/2019InterimUSX12.731/12/201831/12/201919/09/201920/09/201918/10/20190
28/02/2019FinalUSX25.331/12/201731/12/201825/04/201926/04/201924/05/201938
29/08/2018InterimUSX12.731/12/201731/12/201820/09/201821/09/201819/10/20180
01/03/2018FinalUSX25.331/12/201631/12/201726/04/201827/04/201825/05/201838
27/09/2017InterimUSX12.731/12/201631/12/201721/09/201722/09/201720/10/20170
22/02/2017FinalUSX43.831/12/201531/12/201620/04/201721/04/201719/05/201765.8
28/09/2016InterimUSX2231/12/201531/12/201622/09/201623/09/201621/10/20160
24/02/2016FinalUSX43.831/12/201431/12/201521/04/201622/04/201627/05/201665.8
24/09/2015InterimUSX2231/12/201431/12/201517/09/201518/09/201516/10/20150
25/02/2015FinalUSX43.831/12/201331/12/201416/04/201517/04/201522/05/201565.8
26/08/2014InterimUSX2231/12/201331/12/201417/09/201419/09/201417/10/20140
26/02/2014FinalUSX43.831/12/201231/12/201320/04/201422/04/201423/05/201465.8
27/08/2013InterimUSX2231/12/201231/12/201318/09/201320/09/201318/10/20130
27/02/2013FinalUSX4331/12/201131/12/201217/04/201319/04/201324/05/201364
13/08/2012InterimUSX2131/12/201131/12/201219/09/201221/09/201219/10/20120
05/03/2012FinalUSX37.231/12/201031/12/201118/04/201220/04/201218/05/201254.6
22/08/2011InterimUSX17.431/12/201031/12/201121/09/201123/09/201121/10/20110
07/03/2011FinalUSX3031/12/200931/12/201024/04/201126/04/201120/05/201143.8
23/08/2010InterimUSX13.831/12/200931/12/201022/09/201024/09/201022/10/20100
08/03/2010FinalUSX25.131/12/200831/12/200921/04/201023/04/201021/05/201030.8
24/08/2009InterimUSX10.730/12/200830/06/200923/09/200925/09/200923/10/20090
09/03/2009FinalUSX17.931/12/200731/12/200822/04/200924/04/200922/05/200925.4
27/08/2008InterimUSX7.530/12/200730/06/200824/09/200826/09/200824/10/20080
10/03/2008FinalUSX11.531/12/200631/12/200716/04/200818/04/200819/05/200816.4
02/03/2007FinalUSX6.4331/12/200531/12/200601/01/197001/01/197020/04/20078.83
18/09/2006InterimUSX2.430/12/200530/06/200627/09/200629/09/200627/10/20060
16/03/2006FinalUSX1.0731/12/200431/12/200526/04/200628/04/200631/05/20061.07

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
26/4/2021
11:40
halfpenny: PFC are Toppy so i will Get out soon as US funds will hammer PFC unless it goes 100% Green soon. Oil and PFC is dead. GO Green planet for ALL... watch out for a Cliff Edge as its a fall on the way..and soon. Do u feel lucky??
26/4/2021
00:03
halfpenny: Interesting with everyone loosing interest in PFC. Are Muddy Waters' behind PFC falls??? Now very very Risky!! The results were poor so why does anyone Risk PFC unless they are stupid fools..Save the Planet for all of us..Stay away from Oil..
25/4/2021
13:50
halfpenny: Pfc cleverinestorIdeot thanks for promoting Deepwater DMTR And ITM have done better than PFC and are the future and yes good time to top up. Better than PFC a falling star HaHa.. AZN are another one to get into.. all great opportunities to make great gain and real dosh. PFC is a dead duck which everyone knows is bad for the planet Unless they change!! ha! ha! Invest in Oil at your peril..
25/4/2021
11:14
halfpenny: PFC have missed the boat of Hydrogen. Too little too late. Thats my view and the Chart is not looking good for PFC. But there is support at 100p. The truth always comes out so why Risk your hard earned cash when there are plenty of Hydrogen Pure Plays in the world saving the planet with Hydrogen...PFC us in a Dead Cat Bounce..
23/4/2021
12:24
halfpenny: PFC is not Green its supporting by adding a few people as an agent. PFC not Green . PFC SUPPORTS OIL THAT DAMAGES OUR WORLD. PFC will now fall big time...well below 90p and. May go bust as more deals are canceled. Very very Risky...
21/4/2021
10:35
halfpenny: PFC are a disaster and NOT a major Hydrogen as most of their work is in Oil Gas and destroying the planet. The PFC strategy is TOO LITTLE TOO LATE. Now its the Fall of PFC testing next low 100p or less. HYDROGEN ARE ITM AND AFC. How Low will PFC go...wot a mess...i expect more bad news ...
12/4/2021
12:23
leoneobull: Pablo lseRye Bay, the most aggressively short seller of PFC has been buying back since last week's major refinancing news and bullish report from SocGen, who suggest the SFO settlement may be substantially lower and come sooner than the market has been expecting. Think it likely that PFC's bankers have some comfort on both SFO and PFC's outlook otherwise they wouldn't extend (its mostly an undrawn revolving credit facility, providing liquidity for working capital purposes). Should see more short covering next week. By the way, Wood Group bought Amec, which was under SFO investigation. If PFC was valued on Wood's rating, it would be trading well above £5. PFC is an absolute bargain down here.
11/4/2021
08:26
halfpenny: PFC looks like greater falls may come as PFC continue to supports Oil Companies who impact Climate Change in a big way!!. Look what happened to Barclays.... Windows were smashed at Barclays headquarters this week by climate activists who urged the bank to cut its climate destructive investments. Climate change crazy bunch may target companies like PFC who make most of their living supporting Oil production and Oil development companies around the world.... what do you all think is this the end of PFC ?? We all know that HYDROGEN, Wind etc is the answer so we should now focus on the future way forward - to support Climate Change... i suggest you all follow and make Clean Gains....Save Our Climate in a positive way!!! Is it now the End for PFC!!
28/3/2021
06:40
leoneobull: GIlljoe lSEYes, reduction in backlog numbers in successive years may look alarming but it should also be noted that the number of employees have reduced from around 19,000 at the end of 2015 to around 10,700 currently! Since PFC have of late repeatedly stated that they intend to right-size their operations into a leaner business setup it might be the the Board's decision to henceforth target only projects up to a certain size and maintain the backlog at a level that can be sufficiently serviced by current employee levels. Considerable bidding expenses would have been incurred on the now "lost" US14 billion ADNOC tenders. PFC were looking good on the retendered $1.5 billion Dalma packages (which they had been awarded last year) as well as being L1 on the $1billion Belbazem offshore project in partnership with NPCC. Also in partnership with Saipem, PFC were L1 on the $1+billion Umm Shaif Gas Cap project. Remains to be seen how ADNOC will proceed with these projects since PFC were bidding in consortium and not alone when the suspension notice was announced. In addition to the above PFC were also bidding with Samsung for the 4 mega packages of the Hail & Ghasha projects with bids approximately totaling US$8 billion. Bidding for mega projects will require more staff and given the much leaner organization that PFC is now, might be one of the reasons for pulling out of the US$4 billion Iraq CSSP recently.
22/3/2021
13:35
lowtrawler: Got to love the different price targets. In reality, it all depends on the SFO investigation. If the SFO close the investigation without bringing charges or even doing a DPA, PFC will soar. If the SFO decide to prosecute PFC (and not even do a DPA), the price will sink. The most likely outcome is a DPA where, even with a heavy fine, PFC will recover over a few years. The trouble is, the SFO could keep this going for a few more years with PFC losing contracts, skills and expertise. Even if they then decide to drop the case, the damage will have been done. Personally, I expect the SFO to reach a conclusion following the Lurfkin sentencing but there are no guarantees. In my view, the share price is currently weighted towards a meltdown scenario and so (as long as the SFO reach a conclusion in the next 12 months) will recover strongly under any scenario other than criminal prosecution. I believe criminal prosecution is the least likely scenario and so shorter's had better beware.
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