Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Total SA LSE:TTA London Ordinary Share FR0000120271 TOTAL ORD SHS
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 € +0.00% 49.3175 € 48.98 € 50.00 € - - - 678,508 10:16:39
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Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 4,432.21

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19/4/2018
12:15
Total 49.925 +0.45% Engie 14.06 +0.43% Orange 14.525 -0.03% BP 510.8 +0.24% Shell A 2,451.5 +0.18% Shell B 2,497 +0.36% FTSE 100 7,329.92 +0.17% Dow Jones 24,748.07 -0.16% CAC 40 5,388.42 +0.15% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 74.10 +0.41% Gasoline NYMEX 2.08 +0.00% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.72 -0.73%
waldron
19/4/2018
08:56
Total 49.98 +0.56% Engie 14.01 +0.07% Orange 14.525 -0.03% BP 512 +0.47 Shell A 2,461 +0.57% Shell B 2,504.5 +0.66% FTSE 100 7,333.34 +0.22% Dow Jones 24,748.07 -0.16% CAC 40 5,392.08 +0.22% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 74.09 +0.39% Gasoline NYMEX 2.09 +0.22% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.74 -0.26% SLOW DOWN,YOU MOVE TOO FAST Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1Reuyu9e_o
waldron
19/4/2018
08:54
This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal (April 19, 2018). Total SA on Wednesday said it would pay EUR1.4 billion ($1.73 billion) for a majority stake in electricity provider Direct Energie, the latest step in the company's strategy to become a power player. The French oil giant is among the most aggressive in a small coterie of big oil-and-gas companies that are snapping up traditional utilities and renewable-energy firms. The moves represent a strategic shift among big oil players, grappling with how to manage the potential for a long-term shift away from fossil fuels and the more immediate pressure of finding a market for growing supplies of natural gas. Total has set an ambition to supply 7 million customers with electricity across France and Belgium by 2022 and is aiming to own 10 gigawatts of installed capacity from gas-fired and renewable power plants within five years. Others eyeing a similar strategy include Royal Dutch Shell PLC, which has also embarked on a flurry of acquisitions in recent months. The Direct Energie deal will bring Total 2.6 million new electricity customers in France and Belgium and nearly 1.4 GW of installed capacity from gas-fired power plants and renewables. The deal is "in line with our ambition to become the responsible energy major," Total Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne said in a statement. Under the agreement, Total plans to initially buy just over 74% of Direct Energie's shares at EUR42 apiece. The company then plans to launch a tender offer for the rest of Paris-listed Direct Energie's shares. The acquisition has been approved by Direct Energie's board, but remains subject to further shareholder and regulatory approvals. Write to Sarah Kent at sarah.kent@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 19, 2018 02:47 ET (06:47 GMT)
waldron
18/4/2018
18:47
18/04/2018 | 3:41 p.m. Oddo confirms his buying advice and its goal of 56 E after the announcement this morning of the Signing of an agreement to acquire 74.33% of Direct Energy on the basis of 42E per share. The consulting firm believes that this acquisition is very positive for the group that clearly displays its ambitions in the G & P. He underlines that the group confirms its diversification into the G & P with a high demand and cleaner energy. ' Total demonstrates with this acquisition a strong ambition to strengthen in electricity and gas which are the energies of the future ' says Oddo in his study of the day. 'By the acquisition of Direct Energie, Total increases its customer base from 1.5M to 4.1M, which makes it will target 7 M of customers including 6 M in France and 1 M in Belgium ' stresses the analysis office.
the grumpy old men
18/4/2018
18:02
Total's bet on Direct Energie is expensive but relevant - DJ Plus Total (EU: FP) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Wednesday 18 April 2018 More charts from the Total Exchange François Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones Paris (Agefi-Dow Jones) - By offering to buy the alternative electricity supplier Direct Energie (DIREN.FR) for 1.4 billion euros, Total (FP.FR) is paying a high price to satisfy its ambitions on the French market for gas and electricity distribution and diversify its business model. The price of 42 euros per share offered by the oil giant shows a premium of 30% compared to the last quoted price of Direct Energie, and 13% on the average of the last six months weighted by volumes. The alternative supplier finds itself valued at around 12.5 times its forecast 2018 EBITDA. "This is a bit expensive if we consider that the valuations in the European utilities sector are between 5 and 10 times, "says Biraj Borkhataria, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets. "The value of the deal lies in Direct Energie's customer base and its strong growth," he adds. With a customer base of 2.6 million households, up 24% in 2017, Direct Energie is the only independent player to have the critical size in a market still largely dominated by the historical operators EDF and Engie. The group benefited from the regulatory framework put in place in 2011 and the purchase of its main competitor Poweo the following year to accelerate its growth and finally become profitable. But the arrival of new players in this market for a year - and not least, like the example of ENI, Total, or C-discount, a subsidiary of Casino - has raised some questions from investors, and pushed Direct Energie to change its model. From a simple electricity supplier, the group has also become a producer by acquiring two gas power plants as well as the renewable energy producer Quadran. By joining forces with Total, the group is giving itself the means to pursue this strategy and carry out its many projects in renewable energies. In addition, the offer appears to be a very good opportunity for the shareholders of Direct Energie, after a very nice stock market in recent years. The main shareholders of the company - Jacques Veyrat, Stephane Courbit, Jean-Paul Bize, and its founder Xavier Caitucoli - have already concluded an agreement with Total to sell their shares, representing 74% of the capital. The tanker will then launch a mandatory public offer on outstanding securities. The operation is unlikely to encounter any obstacles on the part of the competition authorities, given the market's low market share of around 12%, and should be completed as planned in the third quarter of 2018. Even if it pays a little expensive its target, Total does not realize an inconsiderate purchase. After strengthening its oil activities with the acquisition of Maersk Oil for $ 7.5 billion, the oil company intends to diversify "throughout the gas-electricity value chain", and develop renewable energies. The acquisition of Direct Energie meets these two objectives. "This merger will enable Total to accelerate its penetration of the electricity and gas market by acquiring an already established customer base and directly benefiting from Direct Energie's historical know-how in customer management," said Pierre. Vaurice, at Midcap Partners. The commercial objectives set by the group, namely to reach 6 million gas / electricity customers in France by 2022, against 4 million today (with Direct Energie) seem feasible, in a market that is certainly more competitive, but where has a commercial strike force and a recognized brand. "The group is also in tune with society and growing pressure from investors for the energy transition," said Bokhataria. While reducing production costs in its core business thanks to a savings program of $ 5 billion over the period 2014-2020, Total must reinvest some of these resources in new activities. This acquisition gives him the opportunity, without degrading its profitability. -Francois Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0) 1 41 27 47 92; fschott@agefi.fr ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 18, 2018 12:22 ET (16:22 GMT)
the grumpy old men
18/4/2018
17:03
Total 49.7 +1.60% Engie 14 +0.21% Orange 14.53 +0.31% FTSE 100 7,317.34 +1.26% Dow Jones 24,792.97 +0.03% CAC 40 5,380.17 +0.50% BP 509.6 +2.60% Shell A 2,447 +2.69% Shell B 2,488 +2.43% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.78 +1.51% Gasoline NYMEX 2.06 +0.43% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.76 +0.62%
waldron
18/4/2018
11:18
Total 49.18 +0.54% Engie 13.985 +0.11% Orange 14.49 +0.03% BP 502.3 +1.13% Shell A 2,414.5 +1.32% Shell B 2,457.5 +1.17% FTSE 100 7,276.97 +0.70% Dow Jones 24,786.63 +0.87% CAC 40 5,360.09 +0.12% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.09 +0.54% Gasoline NYMEX 2.06 +0.35% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.75 +0.26%
waldron
18/4/2018
10:16
Total Makes Latest Power Play With Electricity Deal -- Update 18/04/2018 9:34am Dow Jones News Total (EU:FP) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 18 April 2018 Click Here for more Total Charts. By Sarah Kent Total SA on Wednesday said it would pay EUR1.4 billion ($1.73 billion) for a majority stake in electricity provider Direct Energie, the latest step in the company's strategy to become a power player. The French oil giant is among the most aggressive in a small coterie of big oil-and-gas companies that are snapping up traditional utilities and renewable-energy firms. The moves represent a strategic shift among big oil players, grappling with how to manage the potential for a long-term shift away from fossil fuels and the more immediate pressure of finding a market for growing supplies of natural gas. Total has set an ambition to supply 7 million customers with electricity across France and Belgium by 2022 and is aiming to own 10 gigawatts of installed capacity from gas-fired and renewable power plants within five years. Others eyeing a similar strategy include Royal Dutch Shell PLC, which has also embarked on a flurry of acquisitions in recent months. The Direct Energie deal will bring Total 2.6 million new electricity customers in France and Belgium and nearly 1.4 GW of installed capacity from gas-fired power plants and renewables. The deal is "in line with our ambition to become the responsible energy major," Total Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne said in a statement. Under the agreement, Total plans to initially buy just over 74% of Direct Energie's shares at EUR42 apiece. The company then plans to launch a tender offer for the rest of Paris-listed Direct Energie's shares. The acquisition has been approved by Direct Energie's board, but remains subject to further shareholder and regulatory approvals. Write to Sarah Kent at sarah.kent@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 18, 2018 04:19 ET (08:19 GMT)
grupo guitarlumber
18/4/2018
08:26
Total 49.09 +0.36% Engie 14.005 +0.25% Orange 14.585 +0.69% BP 499.3 +0.52% Shell A 2,397 +0.59% Shell B 2,442 +0.54% FTSE 100 7,245.86 +0.27% Dow Jones 24,786.63 +0.87% CAC 40 5,370.59 +0.32% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.09 +0.54% Gasoline NYMEX 2.06 +0.42% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.74 -0.04%
waldron
18/4/2018
08:25
Total SA (FP.FR) said Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement with Direct Energie (DIREN.FR) to acquire 74.33% of its capital for about 1.4 billion euros ($1.73 billion) in cash. The French oil-and-gas company said that it is offering EUR42 a share for the stake. The offer represents a 30% premium compared with Direct Energie's closing price on Tuesday of EUR32.24. "Once this acquisition has been completed, Total will file with the French Financial Market Authority a mandatory tender offer on the securities of Direct Energie which are traded on Euronext Paris at the same price per share," the company said. The transaction, subject to regulatory approval, is expected to close during the third quarter, and the proposed tender offer will be filed immediately after its completion. Direct Energie's board of directors unanimously approved the transaction and said it will recommend its shareholders to tender their shares into the offer that will be filed. Total is pursuing the deal in order to accelerate its ambition for gas and electricity in France and Belgium. Direct Energie currently has a portfolio of 2.6 million clients and its combination with Total will target over 6 million customers in France and over 1 million customers in Belgium by 2022, the company said. Write to Marc Bisbal Arias at marc.bisbalarias@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 18, 2018 02:46 ET (06:46 GMT)
waldron
17/4/2018
17:20
Total 48.915 +0.56% Engie 13.97 +0.61% Orange 14.485 +0.73% BP 496.7 +0.07% Shell A 2,383 +0.87% Shell B 2,429 +1.02% FTSE 100 7,226.05 +0.39% Dow Jones 24,830.69 +1.05% CAC 40 5,353.54 +0.76% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.43 -0.18% Gasoline NYMEX 2.04 -0.32% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.75 +0.07%
waldron
17/4/2018
12:27
Total 48.875 +0.47% Engie 13.945 +0.43% Orange 14.48 +0.70% BP 499.05 +0.54% Shell A 2,377 +0.61% Shell B 2,419.5 +0.62% FTSE 100 7,209.46 +0.16% CAC 40 5,335.68 +0.43% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.41 -0.21% Gasoline NYMEX 2.04 -0.25% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.72 -0.87%
waldron
17/4/2018
08:20
Total 48.82 +0.36% Engie 13.935 +0.36% Orange 14.43 +0.35% FTSE 100 7,199.36 +0.02% CAC 40 5,322.14 +0.17% BP 500.1 +0.76% Shell A 2,364.5 +0.08% Shell B 2,407 +0.10% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.76 +0.28% Gasoline NYMEX 2.05 +0.23% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.73 -0.69%
waldron
16/4/2018
17:15
Total 48.645 +0.09% Engie 13.885 -0.64% Orange 14.38 +1.55% FTSE 100 7,198.2 -0.91% Dow Jones 24,548.72 +0.77% CAC 40 5,312.96 -0.04% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.71 -1.13% Gasoline NYMEX 2.05 -0.90% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.76 +0.80% BP 496.35 -1.58% Shell A 2,362.5 -0.67% Shell B 2,404.5 -0.72%
waldron
16/4/2018
14:24
PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Barclays has trimmed its net profit forecast for Total (FP.FR) by around 10% in the first quarter, after the oil group reported lower refining margins. The financial intermediary now expects a quarterly net profit of 2.7 billion dollars (about 2.2 billion euros), up 7% year on year. However, he underlines the group's positive outlook for the next three years in terms of production and operational efficiency, driven by its investment discipline. Barclays reiterates its recommendation "overweight" and its target price of 60 euros on the title, which yields 0.3% to 48.48 euros. -Francois Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones; 01 41 27 47 92; fschott@agefi.fr ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 16, 2018 06:08 ET (10:08 GMT)
grupo guitarlumber
16/4/2018
12:22
Total 48.495 -0.22% Engie 13.875 -0.72% Orange 14.17 +0.07% Cac 40 Index 5,305.47-0.2% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.83 -0.97% Gasoline NYMEX 2.04 -0.82% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.76 +0.80% BP 497.65 -1.32% Shell A 2,357 -0.90% Shell B 2,397.25 -1.02% FTSE 100 7,231.11-0.5%
waldron
16/4/2018
10:44
Engie LNG assets go to Total, Exelon and Titan Mon 16 Apr 2018 by David Foxwell Print story Email us AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to LinkedInShare to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google+ Engie LNG assets go to Total, Exelon and Titan Acquisition of the Engie fleet has provided Total with an aggregate 10 LNG carriers Along with the announcement that the European Commission has cleared the purchase of Engie’s portfolio of upstream LNG assets by Total comes news that Titan LNG and sister company Rolande have acquired Engie LNG Solutions BV, which is responsible for Engie’s downstream activities in the Netherlands and Belgium. These developments come a week after the sale of Engie’s Everett LNG import terminal in Boston to US power utility Exelon Energy. Opened in 1971, Everett is the oldest LNG receiving facility in the US. It was acquired by a constituent member of the Engie group in 2000. In announcing its approval of the US$1.49Bn Total deal, the European Commission concluded that the acquisition would not give rise to competition concerns since there is only limited overlap between the activities of Total and Engie in the wholesale supply, transport and regasification of LNG. In securing the Engie LNG portfolio, Total will acquire a range of long-term LNG sales and purchase agreements (SPAs), an LNG carrier fleet, access to regasification capacities in Europe and a participating interest in Cameron LNG, a US LNG export project under development in the US state of Louisiana. The Engie transaction adds 2.5 mta of LNG liquefaction capacity to Total’s existing portfolio, ensuring a rise to an aggregate 23 mta by 2020. The Engie SPAs will boost Total’s LNG supply base to 28 mta by 2020, with product originating in Algeria, Nigeria, Norway, Russia, Qatar and the US. By gaining access to the 14 mta of regasification capacity that Engie held in Europe, Total can now call on an aggregate 18 mta of LNG regas capacity worldwide. The acquisition also means that Total now controls a fleet of 10 LNG carriers. When the takeover by the French oil and gas giant was first announced in November 2017, Engie stated that it wished to keep its downstream activities, including the regasification infrastructures and LNG retail end-customer sales, in order to further accelerate its development in this area. The recent Exelon and Titan LNG/Rolande transactions must cast doubt on the extent of these intentions. The acquisition of Engie LNG Solutions provides Rolande with an additional four LNG truck-fuelling stations, boosting its overall network to 12 such facilities. Titan LNG will similarly merge its own marine activities into those of Engie LNG Solutions. Titan is embarking on the construction of a fleet of LNG bunkering pontoons as part of a drive to build a strong presence in the LNG as marine fuel market. The first bunkering pontoon in the series, FlexFueler001, is set to go into operation in the Antwerp-Rotterdam-Amsterdam port range later this year. Engie was created in 2008 when the activities of Gaz de France and the Suez group were merged. The company was rebranded Engie in 2015.
grupo guitarlumber
16/4/2018
09:25
Total 48.47 -0.27% Engie 13.87 -0.75% Orange 14.125 -0.25% Cac 40 Index 5,316.25+0.0% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.42 -1.53% BP 498.15 -1.22% Shell A 2,366.5 -0.50% Shell B 2,413 -0.37% Gasoline NYMEX 2.04 -1.17% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.75 +0.51% FTSE 100 7,260.36-0.1%
waldron
13/4/2018
16:55
Total 48.6 -0.60% Engie 13.975 +0.18% Cac 40 Index 5,315.02+0.1% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.72 +0.82% Gasoline NYMEX 2.06 +0.30% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.75 +2.12% BP 504.3 -0.04% Shell A 2,378.5 +0.42% Shell B 2,422 +0.46% FTSE 100 7,264.56+0.1%
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