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08/4/2020
21:02
Oil Spikes After Algeria Says OPEC+ Cuts Could Reach 10 Million Bpd | 2 minutes ago http://bit.ly/38wNos7 +++Russia Ready to Cut Production, Putting Global Oil Deal in Sight+++ Moscow is ready to reduce output by 1.6 million barrels a day 15% as part of a deal that includes producers in OPEC+ and beyond" 5 minutes ago https://bit.ly/3aSAF4p
lauralane1
08/4/2020
18:22
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 32.09 +0.69% Gasoline NYMEX 0.69 +5.80% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.93 -1.18 WTI 24.057 USD -2.17% FTSE 100 5,677.73 -0.47% Dow Jones 23,247.12 +2.62% CAC 40 4,442.75 +0.10% SBF 120 3,499.45 +0.20% Euro STOXX 50 2,851.27 -0.18% DAX 10,332.89 -0.23% Ftse Mib 17,389.63 -0.13% Eni 9.295 -1.41% Total 33.88 -1.12% Engie 9.422 +0.68% Bp 335.35 -1.66% Vodafone 110.84 -4.18% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,492.8 -2.43% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,450.6 -2.38%
waldron
07/4/2020
17:27
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 32.98 -0.21% Gasoline NYMEX 0.69 -1.85% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.92 +4.01% WTI 26.265 USD -2.54% FTSE 100 5,704.45 +2.19% Dow Jones 23,306.17 +2.76% CAC 40 4,438.27 +2.12% SBF 120 3,492.6 +2.24% Euro STOXX 50 2,857.67 +2.04% DAX 10,356.7 +2.79% Ftse Mib 17,406.19 +2.15% Eni 9.428 +1.21% Total 34.265 +1.33% Engie 9.358 +0.88% Bp 341 +1.53% Vodafone 115.68 -0.75% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,530 +3.46% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,486 +3.45%
waldron
07/4/2020
14:37
7/04/2020 | 14:32 In a research note published by Jon Rigby, the UBS broker advises to take an interest in the title with an opinion on the purchase. The target price remains fixed at 44 EUR.
waldron
07/4/2020
08:19
07/04/2020 8:13am Dow Jones News Total (EU:FP) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 7 April 2020 Click Here for more Total Charts. By Giulia Petroni Total SA said Tuesday that it has closed the sale of its interest in offshore Brunei to Royal Dutch Shell PLC and that it would divest assets in Liberia and Sierra Leone to Conex Oil & Gas Holdings Ltd. The French oil-and-gas major said it has received approval from authorities to complete the sale of its wholly owned subsidiary Total E&P Deep Offshore Borneo BV, which holds a 86.95% interest in Block CA1, to the British-Dutch oil company. Total also said it has signed an agreement to sell its marketing and services business in Liberia and Sierra Leone--a network of 63 service stations, general trade fuel sales and petroleum products import and storage operations--to a regional player. The sale is expected to be completed in the second quarter of the year, it added. The French oil-and-gas major said the divestments represent a global value of more than $400 million and are in line with its goal to divest $5 billion in the 2019-20 period. Write to Giulia Petroni at giulia.petroni@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 07, 2020 02:58 ET (06:58 GMT)
misca2
06/4/2020
17:35
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 32.75 -3.99% Gasoline NYMEX 0.70 +1.46% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.82 +4.83% WTI 26.795 USD -6.93% FTSE 100 5,582.39 +3.08% Dow Jones 22,146.45 +5.20% CAC 40 4,346.14 +4.61% SBF 120 3,416.2 +4.71% Euro STOXX 50 2,795.97 +5.02% DAX 10,075.17 +5.77% Ftse Mib 17,017.39 +3.86% Eni 9.315 -0.11% Total 33.815 +0.85% Engie 9.276 +6.65% Bp 335.85 -0.43% Vodafone 116.56 +4.99% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,478.8 +0.53% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,436.4 +1.27%
waldron
06/4/2020
13:48
Natural Gas 06 Apr 2020 | 09:49 UTC Algiers Algeria's Sonatrach hooks up new southwestern gas pipeline to grid Author Illies Sahar with Stuart Elliott Editor Alisdair Bowles Commodity Natural Gas Highlights GR7 pipeline to link Hassi Mouina to Hass R'Mel hub Extension of GR5 pipeline to Touat, Reggane, Timimoun Priority to develop gas projects in Algeria's southwest Algiers — Algeria's state-owned Sonatrach has completed the construction of a gas pipeline to link new fields in the southwest of the country with its main distribution hub at Hassi R'Mel, the company said at the weekend. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The 4 Bcm/year capacity GR7 pipeline links the field complexes of Hassi Ba Hamou and Hassi Mouina to the Hassi R'Mel hub from where Algerian gas can be transported north for export to southern Europe. The pipeline is an extension of the GR5 pipeline, which brings gas from the recently commissioned Touat, Reggane Nord and Timimoun gas fields to Hassi R'Mel. "The new pipeline will allow the capacity of Sonatrach's system Reggane-Hassi R'Mel to reach some 13 Bcm/year," the company said. The GR5 pipeline previously had a capacity of 9 Bcm/year. New producing region Developing new fields in the southwest of Algeria and linking them to the rest of the gas network has been a strategic priority for Sonatrach over the past few years. Together with partner Neptune Energy, gas from the 4.7 Bcm/year Touat field was first fed into the Algerian network in September last year. Before that, Sonatrach and partners Total and Cepsa began production from the 1.8 Bcm/year Timimoun field in February 2018, while the 2.8 Bcm/year Reggane Nord field began producing in December 2017. Both the Hassi Ba Hamou and Hassi Mouina projects have faced significant delays, however. Sonatrach had hoped to bring them online by 2018, but both are still several years from starting production The Hassi Ba Hamou field complex will consist of three new gas treatment and compression installations, and is expected to produce at some 11 million cu m/d (4 Bcm/year). The Hassi Mouina license in Adrar, southwestern Algeria, was won by Equinor in 2005 and several gas discoveries were made, but the company abandoned the project, and Sonatrach took it on alone. According to the development plan, gas production could be 3.8 million cu m/d at Hassi Mouina North and 3.8 million cu m/d at Hassi Mouina South, for a total of 7.6 million cu m/d from the project -- the equivalent of 2.8 Bcm/year.
waldron
04/4/2020
08:45
Https://www.marketscreener.com/FORD-MOTOR-COMPANY-12542/news/3M-CEO-on-N95-Masks-Demand-Exceeds-Our-Production-Capacity-Update-30299876/ Total Petrochemicals USA, a division of France's Total SA, is a major supplier of polypropylene to manufacturers including 3M, according to a person familiar with 3M's supply chain. Total said it has boosted global production of polypropylene to meet rising demand. "It has been exponential and we expect it to double again," said Paul Colonna, Total's head of polymers in the Americas.
waldron
03/4/2020
17:43
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 32.55 +8.72% Gasoline NYMEX 0.68 +2.44% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 +2.03% WTI 26.67 USD +8.06% FTSE 100 5,415.5 -1.18% Dow Jones 20,990.67 -1.97% CAC 40 4,154.58 -1.57% SBF 120 3,262.43 -1.67% Euro STOXX 50 2,662.99 -0.67% DAX 9,525.77 -0.47% Ftse Mib 16,477.88 -2.12% Eni 9.325 -5.21% Total 33.53 -7.58% Engie 8.698 -2.20% Orange 10.985 -0.59% Bp 337.3 -4.54% Vodafone 111.02 +0.65% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,471 -4.58% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,418.4 -4.14%
waldron
03/4/2020
15:20
Total, Apache make oil discovery at Sapakara West-1 well offshore Suriname UpstreamOil & GasOffshore By NS Energy Staff Writer 03 Apr 2020 The Sapakara West-1 well has encountered 79m net pay of high-quality light oil and gas condensate oil-industry-4663283_640 The Sam Croft drillship will be moved to the third prospect. (Credit: Pixabay/wasi1370) French integrated oil and gas company Total and its partner US-based Apache have made a significant oil discovery at the Sapakara West-1 well in Block 58 offshore Suriname. Drilled to a depth of approximately 6,300m using the Noble Sam Croft drillship, the Sapakara West-1 well has encountered 79m net pay of high-quality light oil and gas condensate, in multiple stacked and good quality reservoirs in Upper Cretaceous Campanian and Santonian formations. The shallower Campanian interval contains 13m of net gas condensate and 30m of net oil pay, with API oil gravities between 35 and 40 degrees whereas the deeper Santonian interval comprises 36m of net oil-bearing reservoir with API oil gravities between 40 and 45 degrees. Apache drilled the Sapakara West-1 well, which follows the previous discovery at Maka Central-1, as the operator with 50% interest while Total as the JV partner owns the remaining 50% stake. Further tests planned to appraise the reservoir’s resources and productivity The partners are planning to undertake further testing to appraise the resources and productivity of the reservoir. Apache CEO and president John Christmann said: “Our second discovery offshore Suriname this year further proves our geologic model and confirms a large hydrocarbon system in two play types on Block 58. “Based on a conservative estimate of net pay across multiple fan systems, we have discovered another very substantial oil resource with the Sapakara West-1 well. “Importantly, our data indicates that the Sapakara West-1 well encountered a distinct fan system that is separate from the Maka Central-1 discovery we announced in January this year.” The Sam Croft drillship is planned to be moved to the third prospect, Kwaskwasi, in Block 58. It is located approximately 10km northwest of Sapakara West-1. The fourth exploration target, Keskesi, is planned to be drilled approximately 20km southeast of Sapakara West-1. The two exploration wells will aim to assess oil-prone upper Cretaceous targets in the Campanian and Santonian intervals in reservoirs that appear to be independent from the Maka and Sapakara discoveries.
waldron
02/4/2020
17:27
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 30.39 +22.84% Gasoline NYMEX 0.68 +25.16% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.69 -1.34% WTI 24.955 USD +17.32% FTSE 100 5,480.22 +0.47% Dow Jones 21,267.19 +1.55% CAC 40 4,220.96 +0.33% SBF 120 3,317.69 +0.44% Euro STOXX 50 2,688.49 +0.78% DAX 9,570.82 +0.27% Ftse Mib 16,740.07 +1.18% Eni 9.838 +6.93% Total 36.28 +3.07% Engie 8.894 -0.91% Bp 353.35 +5.89% Vodafone 110.3 +0.64% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,541.6 +8.47% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,479.6 +9.41%
waldron
01/4/2020
17:36
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 25.01 -5.09% Gasoline NYMEX 0.56 -6.19% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 -2.45% WTI 20.662 USD +1.89% FTSE 100 5,454.57 -3.83% Dow Jones 21,214.49 -3.21% CAC 40 4,207.24 -4.30% SBF 120 3,303.23 -4.10% Euro STOXX 50 2,667.7 -4.22% DAX 9,544.75 -3.94% Ftse Mib 16,583.47 -2.74% Eni 9.2 -0.22% Total 35.2 -0.54% Engie 8.976 -4.63% Bp 333.7 -3.05% Vodafone 109.6 -3.01% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,421.2 +0.16% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,352.4 -0.54%
waldron
31/3/2020
17:16
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 26.52 +0.38% Gasoline NYMEX 0.63 +2.19% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.66 -1.78% WTI 20.377 USD -0.80% FTSE 100 5,671.96 +1.95% Dow Jones 22,414.68 +0.39% CAC 40 4,396.12 +0.40% SBF 120 3,444.49 +0.58% Euro STOXX 50 2,785.26 +0.97% DAX 9,935.84 +1.22% Ftse Mib 16,989.52 +0.69% Eni 9.22 +7.30% Total 35.39 +5.42% Engie 9.412 -0.40% Bp 344.2 +6.37% Vodafone 113 -1.17% Royal Dutch Shell 1,419 +7.08% Royal Dutch Shell 1,359.8 +7.75%
waldron
31/3/2020
09:54
2019 Dividend Calendar(1) for the interim dividends and the final dividend for 2019: €€€;€€ €€€;€€ Rate €€€;€€ Ex-dividend date€€€€€ Payment date 3rd interim dividend 0.68 €/share March 30, 2020 April 1, 2020 Final dividend € 0.68 €/share June 29, 2020 July 1, 2020 (1) Subject to decisions by the Board of Directors and shareholders at the Annual Meeting to approve the financial statements and the final dividend. These ex-dividend and payment dates relate to the Total shares traded on the NYSE Euronext Paris. Coupon Press release and Q&A 1st interim dividend
grupo
30/3/2020
17:57
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 26.17 -6.37% Gasoline NYMEX 0.59 -3.65% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.67 -0.24% WTI 20.268 USD -0.28% FTSE 100 5,563.74 +0.97% Dow Jones 22,139.06 +2.32% CAC 40 4,378.51 +0.62% SBF 120 3,424.75 +0.29% Euro STOXX 50 2,765.62 +1.68% DAX 9,815.97 +1.90% Ftse Mib 16,872.41 +0.30% Eni 8.593 +4.58% Total 33.57 +4.09% Engie 9.45 -4.04% Bp 323.6 +5.92% Vodafone 114.34 -1.50% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,325.2 +3.31% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,262 +2.55%
waldron
30/3/2020
11:51
Equinor says Sverdrup oilfield output to beat expectations share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 0 03/30/2020 | 07:55am BST FILE PHOTO: Equinor's logo is seen next to the company's headquarters in Stavanger Norway's Equinor said on Monday its Johan Sverdrup oilfield is ramping up output at a faster pace and will produce more barrels per day than initially expected. Western Europe's biggest producing oilfield is now expected to hit a daily output rate of 470,000 barrels in early May, above the 440,000 bpd peak that had initially been pencilled in for mid-year, it said. The news comes as the price of North Sea crude has dropped to its lowest in 18 years amid a glut of output and falling global demand. But the cost of operating the field amounts to less than $2 per barrel, making it resilient to weak prices, Equinor said. "With low operating costs Johan Sverdrup provides revenue and cashflow to the companies and Norwegian society at large in a period affected by the coronavirus and a major drop in the oil price," Equinor executive Arne Sigve Nylund said in a statement. The field, which holds an estimated 2.7 billion barrels of oil equivalents, began production last October, two months ahead of schedule. It now produces more than 430,000 bpd from nine wells and a 10th well will soon be completed, the operator said. "Field production has been very good and stable from day one, and the wells have produced even better than expected," said Rune Nedregaard, vice president for Johan Sverdrup operations. A second phase of the Sverdrup field development is still scheduled to come on stream in late 2022 with output of 220,000 bpd. Equinor holds a 42.6% stake in the field, while Sweden's Lundin Petroleum has 20%, state oil firm Petoro has 17.4%, Norway's Aker BP 11.6% and French Total 8.4%. In a separate statement, Lundin Petroleum said it would raise its own 2020 output guidance as a result of the higher Sverdrup production. (Reporting by Terje Solsvik; Editing by Kim Coghill and Edwina Gibbs)
florenceorbis
28/3/2020
09:20
MAR/30 2020 Ex-Dividend date for the 3rd 2019 interim Dividend
waldron
28/3/2020
09:19
Https://www.marketscreener.com/TOTAL-4717/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=total
waldron
28/3/2020
07:01
FRANCE: BERCY SETS ITS CONDITIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF DIVIDENDS Companies receiving public aid set up to try to limit the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic will not have to pay dividends or face repaying aid and paying penalties, the Minister of Finance said on Friday. French Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire. The government is thus toughening the tone on the opportunity for companies to distribute part of their cash to their shareholders as France is heading for a recession this year. "Companies that need cash today, especially big companies, if they need cash and they ask for state aid, they can't, they don't have to pay dividends. And we will ensure that it is respected, "said Bruno Le Maire on BFMTV. "All the companies which would have benefited from deferrals of social or tax charges and who would have paid dividends will be obliged to repay this cash advance on social and tax charges with an interest penalty," he added. Bercy will also refuse to companies that have paid dividends to benefit from the state guarantee for new bank loans, the minister continued. THE SHAREHOLDER STATE COULD VOTE AGAINST DIVIDENDS "And believe me, these big companies which would ask for a bank loan without the guarantee of the State will have trouble finding this bank loan," he said. Employers who will benefit from the state-funded partial unemployment scheme are called to "the greatest moderation" when it comes to dividends. Finally, Bruno Le Maire announced that state representatives would vote, during general meetings of companies in which he is a shareholder, against the payment of dividends if they have benefited from a public aid scheme. The advisability of distributing dividends was raised at the start of the day at the social partners' meeting organized by the government to take stock of the coronavirus epidemic and its economic and social consequences. Bruno Le Maire had called on big companies last week to show moderation in the matter and Tuesday, the secretary general of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, had followed suit by urging large groups not to pay this year given the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus epidemic, which put France on hold. The union welcomed Friday the announcements of Bruno Le Maire, welcoming in a press release "a strong signal calling on businesses to be consistent". This debate goes far beyond French borders: several European companies have already given up paying dividends and on Friday, the European Central Bank (ECB) asked the banks placed under its supervision to suspend their dividends and share buybacks, until October 1 at least. (Marine Pennetier, edited by Marc Angrand)
waldron
27/3/2020
20:26
Total's effort to preserve its dividend strengthens its appeal - DJ Plus Total (NYSE: TOT) Intraday Stock Chart Today: Friday, March 27, 2020 More Total Stock Market Charts Fran├žois Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Total is not yet a full-fledged energy company. The group's diversification strategy in renewable energies, which is supposed to reduce its dependence on oil, has not immunized it from the sudden drop in oil prices in recent weeks. Between mid-February and mid-March, the title was halved, a plunge equivalent to that of crude prices. It now stands at 31 euros, a 17-year low. This drop reflects the imbalance in the oil market, between demand undermined by the coronavirus pandemic and an overabundant supply linked to Saudi Arabia's decision to increase production and cut prices. "Oil prices and refining margins are down to decades of decades due to the combined effects of Covid-19 travel restrictions, the drop in production limitations and price reductions," says S&P , which now expects prices to stay around $ 30 a barrel for the rest of 2020, before rebounding to $ 50 in 2021. A dividend that withstands crises The central question for investors is whether the oil groups can maintain their dividends in the current environment. The main majors have always made it a point of honor to maintain their dividends, the main attraction of the sector on the stock market, even during periods of economic and financial crisis. The five biggest players - Total, Shell, BP, Exxon Mobil and Chevron - have never lowered their coupons for more than 30 years - with the exception of BP in 2010 after the Deepwater Horizon disaster, say analysts at Goldman Sachs. However, market valuations today reflect fears of a reduction in cash returns to shareholders for all of the major European companies, according to the bank. To cover their operational needs and pay a dividend, the oil companies need a barrel at 50 dollars minimum, far from the depressed prices observed today, note analysts at Oddo BHF. In this context, the oil groups will use all means to protect their returns to shareholders for as long as possible, in particular by reducing their investment expenses, increasing indebtedness or even opting for the payment of the dividend in shares. Total always earns money "Total, thanks to its lower gearing [debt ratio, editor's note], seems the best positioned to resist in an environment where low oil prices could last until 2021," added the financial intermediary. The group announced earlier this week a $ 9 billion action plan, including a reduction in capital spending and the suspension of its share buyback program. Total can also count on one of the lowest operational breakeven points in the sector. This breakeven point has dropped from more than $ 100 a barrel in 2014 to less than $ 25 today. In other words, the group continues to earn money in the current context, which should reassure investors. "The title fell sharply, in line with Brent which is rare, probably due to massive sales by funds to ensure liquidity, this drop offers an opportunity to return to the title," said Ahmed Ben Salem, analyst at 'Oddo BHF. Bernstein analysts raised their recommendation on the stock Wednesday, to outperform, deeming the group "well positioned in this low cycle and with significant leverage to take advantage of the recovery". Only a deterioration of several notches on the part of the rating agencies could lead the group to give up its dividend, which is not topical, indicates the analyst of Bernstein Oswald Clint. Total has learned the lessons from the volatility of oil prices by cleaning up its balance sheet and lowering its break-even point. Now that a new crisis presents itself, the market should better recognize its defensive profile. -Fran├žois 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 March 27, 2020 12:27 ET (4:27 GMT)
waldron
27/3/2020
17:15
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 27.58 -3.73% Gasoline NYMEX 0.60 +1.15% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.68 -0.83% WTI 21.527 USD -6.68% FTSE 100 5,510.33 -5.25% Dow Jones 21,841.32 -3.15% CAC 40 4,351.49 -4.23% SBF 120 3,414.93 -4.22% Euro STOXX 50 2,719.94 -3.88% DAX 9,632.52 -3.68% Ftse Mib 16,844.15 -3.02% Eni 8.217 -5.67% Total 32.25 -2.27% Engie 9.848 -7.09% Bp 305.5 -9.35% Vodafone 116.08 -6.08% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,282.8 -9.29% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,230.6 -10.44%
waldron
26/3/2020
17:24
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 29.05 -3.13% Gasoline NYMEX 0.64 +6.11% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.70 -0.82% WTI 23.231 USD -3.90% FTSE 100 5,815.73 +2.24% Dow Jones 22,324.32 +5.30% CAC 40 4,543.58 +2.51% SBF 120 3,565.47 +2.60% Euro STOXX 50 2,847.78 +2.35% DAX 10,000.96 +1.28% Ftse Mib 17,338.23 +0.55% Eni 8.711 -0.14% Total 33 +0.46% Engie 10.6 +0.14% Bp 337 -0.71% Vodafone 123.6 +5.55% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,414.2 -2.94% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,374 -3.06%
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