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  +0.435 € +0.82% 53.33 € 52.90 € 53.76 € - - - 165,204 16:35:22
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21/8/2018
21:40
LONDON (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Energy giant Total has "not been informed of CNPC's official position" over its stake in the South Pars gas field in Iran, a spokesman said Tuesday French group. Total seeks to dispose of its 50.1% stake in Phase 11 of South Pars, whose contract includes a transfer clause with its partner China National Petroleum Corp. The state-controlled Chinese company currently holds 30 percent of this $ 5 billion project (about 4.37 billion euros). The Total share gained 0.7% to 53.26 euros. -Benoît Faucon, The Wall Street Journal (French version Alice Doré) ed: TVA Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 21, 2018 09:38 ET (13:38 GMT)
sarkasm
21/8/2018
17:06
Total 53.21 +0.59% Engie 13.16 +0.23% Orange 14.245 +0.39% FTSE 100 7,565.7 -0.34% Dow Jones 25,840.49 +0.32% CAC 40 5,408.6 +0.54% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.60 +0.53% Gasoline NYMEX 1.91 +0.38% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.97 +0.54% BP 551.6 -0.05% Shell A 2,501.5 +0.46% Shell B 2,545 +0.63%
waldron
21/8/2018
07:15
Nigeria: Total invests $10bn in 5 years On August 21, 20183:50 amIn Energy1 Comment By Udeme Akpan TOTAL has invested $10 billion in order to boost investment in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry. PUBLICITÉ Mr. Ahmadu-Kida Musa, Deputy Managing Director, Deepwater District, Total E&P Nigeria Ltd said at the just concluded conference of the National Association of Energy Correspondents, NAEC, in Lagos that, “TOTAL upstream branch plays a significant economic and social role in Nigeria, operating nearly 15% of the country’s production. Nigeria, as one of our core areas of activities, is also crucial to the TOTAL GROUP, accounting for 12% of its equity production. In the last five years, TOTAL has invested approximately $10 billion in the country. “Despite the challenging operating environment, TOTAL is committed to investing in the country. We, therefore, believe that when Nigeria prospers, TOTAL also prospers.” Nigerian flag Nigerian flag Mr. Musa who stressed the importance of the nation’s Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB, said that dialogue could be used to tackle outstanding issues. He said, “As you already know, the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB) was passed by the National Assembly last month and is currently awaiting assent by President Muhammadu Buhari. The PIGB is the first in a series of four proposed bills that constitute the legal framework for the Petroleum sector reform of the Federal Government. “The three other bills that are currently undergoing various legislative processes at the National Assembly include, the Petroleum Industry Administration Bill (PIAB), Petroleum Industry Fiscal Bill (PIFB) and Petroleum Host Community Bill (PHCB). “As it is usually the case with new legislation, especially one as fundamental as this, there are bound to be some initial concerns. But we believe that these concerns can be easily addressed through dialogue and legislative public hearings. Our thoughts and concerns on the PIGB and the rest of the proposed bills have been articulated by our umbrella organisation, the Oil Producers Trade Section (OPTS) of the Lagos State Chamber of Commerce and Industry.” He stated, “The Management of TOTAL in Nigeria and the Energy Industry as a whole appreciates your role in keeping our country’s Energy sector transparent and accountable. We appreciate your association’s commitment and the energy you bring to reporting and analysing the issues that are critical to the success of the energy sector. “It is a well-known fact that that the relationship between the media and the corporate world is sometimes characterised by a mutual lack of trust. We know also that this shouldn’t be the case as we strongly believe that we are all partners and joint stakeholders in our quest for a better Nigeria. “We also believe that it is important to step back from time to time, sit down at conferences like this, and have these conversations that foster understanding and appreciation of the wide range of issues that the sector is contending with. “As a major oil and gas company in Nigeria, TOTAL is proud to be one of the sponsors of this important event. The TOTAL GROUP has been present in Africa for more than 90 years and has been involved in exploration activities in Nigeria for 56 years. “We have a broad and diversified portfolio in Nigeria, with activities spanning onshore, conventional offshore, deep water and LNG. Indeed, TOTAL is the only integrated International Oil Company with presence throughout the entire value chain of the industry in Nigeria – Downstream, Upstream and Midstream sectors. TOTAL has developed a strong partnership with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and other partners.” Read more at: Https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/08/nigeria-total-invests-10bn-in-5-years/
la forge
20/8/2018
17:11
Total 52.9 +0.95% Engie 13.13 +0.42% Orange 14.19 +0.32% FTSE 100 7,591.26 +0.43% Dow Jones 25,773.73 +0.41% CAC 40 5,379.65 +0.65% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.24 +0.65% Gasoline NYMEX 1.91 +1.30% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.95 +0.14% BP 551.9 +0.60% Shell A 2,490 +0.71% Shell B 2,529 +0.70%
waldron
18/8/2018
22:52
Overlooked Gas Project Could Be Biggest Winner In Trade War By Tim Daiss - Aug 18, 2018, 4:00 PM CDT Gas storage After several months of what can only be only called bad PR and troubling news coming out of the ExxonMobil-led $19 bn Papua New Guinea (PNG) LNG project, finally some good news has broken. Project partner Oil Search, which holds a 29 percent stake, said the project had agreed to a deal to supply LNG to a unit of British oil giant BP. The agreement will start this month and provide BP with about 450,000 tonnes of LNG per annum over an initial three-year period, then rising to about 900,000 tonnes for the following two years, Oil Search said in a statement without giving any financial details of the deal. "(The move) takes the total contracted volumes from the project to approximately 7.5 million tonnes per annum (mtpa)," Oil Search Managing Director Peter Botten said. The agreement comes a month after Oil Search announced a similar deal with PetroChina, the publically listed arm of state-run oil major Sinopec, for 6.6 mtpa. ExxonMobil is also reportedly in negotiations with several other parties over an additional 450,000 tonnes per year of LNG supply. These developments come after several tense months for PNG LNG project partners. On February 26, 7.5 magnitude earth quake triggered landslides and flattened buildings in the country, and left at least 100 dead, forcing the government to declare a state of emergency. However, the fallout from the quake caused anger among many locals that either directly attributed the natural disaster to gas drilling in the mountain region of the country, or at the very least claimed it was a contributing factor. Project partners, along with geologists, disputed the claims, but to no avail. Most locals still blame the PNG project for the devastating earthquake. That anger then spilled over into local communities complaining that the PNG project consortium had taken advantage of both federal and provincial government leaders as well as land owners when it first reached deals to build the project around ten years ago. After minor repairs to the facility and passing safety checks, the PNG project resumed operations by mid-April but by then it had a public relations fiasco on its hands. In lock step, the PNG government joined in the fray, claiming it they had given away too much in the initial round of negotiations that allowed the project to be built, and vowed that for any future negotiations for additional projects the country will not away concessions so easily. Then on July 5, Exxon reported that it had stopped construction on its Angore gas pipeline in the country’s strife-hit highlands after building sites were vandalized. Two weeks later, the U.S.-based oil major said that it, along with PNG security forces, were investigation the vandalism. The 11-km (7-mile) Angore pipeline is being built to connect the Angore gas field to the Hides gas conditioning plant. Related: WTI Set For Longest Weekly Losing Streak Since 2015 However, according to reports coming out of the country highlands region rioters and landowners have not yet received payments due from the government out of royalties paid by the project which shipped its first LNG four years ago. Oilprice.com Join the world's largest energy community with over 10,000+ members Learn, Share, and Discuss on the OilPrice Community Sign Up Today All of this unrest would have been hard to imagine just a year ago when the PNG project was the envy of the LNG industry. Unlike most of Australia's massive CAPEX LNG projects that have fallen behind schedule and suffered exorbitant cost and budget blowouts, the PNG project was the envy of the industry. Not only had it been completed ahead of schedule but also delivered its first LNG ahead of schedule in 2014. Moreover, if Exxon and its project partners can address what appears to be legitimate government and local land owner concerns, the project should be able to capitalize on the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China. Chinese end LNG users told global commodities data provider S&P Global Platts last week that, if implemented, the pending Chinese tariffs would push the cost of U.S. LNG above what companies could afford for spot cargoes in the near term. "[A] 25% [tariff] is not something we can absorb even if domestic demand is strong," said a source at a state-owned Chinese company. "So while this uncertainty persists, I doubt buyers will be buying a lot of spot US LNG." Related: The One Oil Industry That Isn’t Under Threat If Beijing pushes through with the 25 percent retaliatory tariff against U.S. sourced LNG, the PNG project can offload uncommitted cargoes on the spot market in Asia to replace U.S. LNG. To date, China has been a consistent customer of U.S.-based Cheniere Energy’s cargoes sold on the spot market in Asia. PNG can capitalize on Cheniere's loss, even if PNG’s volume of uncommitted production is narrowing. In 2017, the PNG project shipped a total of 110 LNG cargoes with 23 ending on the spot market. The total figures since the start of exports in mid-2014 have reached 370 cargoes. Moreover, major PNG project partners, Exxon, Oil Search and French oil major Total, have been discussing expanding the project. If an expansion is agreed upon and approved by the PNG government, it will be underpinned by the more than 10 tcf of discovered undeveloped gas resource in the Elk-Antelope and P’nyang fields and potentially gas from the foundation project fields - stiff competition for both U.S.-based and Australian LNG projects. By Tim Daiss for Oilprice.com
grupo
17/8/2018
17:05
Total 52.4 +0.08% Engie 13.075 -0.49% Orange 14.145 -0.49% FTSE 100 7,558.59 +0.03% Dow Jones 25,616.67 +0.23% CAC 40 5,344.93 -0.08% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.79 +0.57% Gasoline NYMEX 1.89 +0.07% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.95 +1.41% BP 548.6 +0.00% Shell A 2,472.5 -0.14% Shell B 2,511.5 -0.08%
waldron
17/8/2018
12:29
PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Danish shipowner AP Moller-Maersk announced Friday, on the sidelines of the publication of its half-year results, its intention to distribute to its shareholders a significant portion of the balance of its stake in Total, obtained in return for the sale of its Maersk Oil division to the French group. Maersk also continues its gradual disengagement from energy, through the upcoming split of its oil drilling division Maersk Drilling. In March, the Danish group received 97.5 million Total shares representing 3.7% of the capital of the tricolor oil tanker. Maersk reported that it sold a portion of these securities in July for $ 1.2 billion, which is the equivalent of the gain realized from the date of the conclusion of their agreement. To date, the group holds a balance of 78.3 million Total shares, or about 2.9% of the capital, said Maersk. -Guillaume Bayre, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0) 1 41 27 47 93; gbayre@agefi.fr ed: LBO Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 17, 2018 03:32 ET (07:32 GMT)
sarkasm
16/8/2018
17:14
Total 52.36 +0.56% Engie 13.14 +0.88% Orange 14.215 +0.57% FTSE 100 7,556.38 +0.78% Dow Jones 25,530.82 +1.46% CAC 40 5,349.02 +0.83% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.20 +0.61% Gasoline NYMEX 1.88 -0.35% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.91 -0.85% BP 548.6 +0.66% Shell A 2,476 +1.04% Shell B 2,513.5 +1.05%
waldron
15/8/2018
19:57
Total 52.07 -2.76% Engie 13.025 -1.18% Orange 14.135 -0.70% FTSE 100 7,497.87 -1.49% Dow Jones 25,035.93 -1.04% CAC 40 5,305.22 -1.82% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 70.80 -1.80% Gasoline NYMEX 1.89 -1.58% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.94 -0.47% BP 545 -1.85% Shell A 2,450.5 -1.92% Shell B 2,487.5 -1.87%
waldron
14/8/2018
17:03
Total 53.55 -1.00% Engie 13.18 +0.15% Orange 14.235 -0.04% FTSE 100 7,611.64 -0.40% Dow Jones 25,296.68 +0.43% CAC 40 5,403.41 -0.16% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.74 -0.19% Gasoline NYMEX 1.93 +0.62% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.97 +1.50% BP 555.3 -0.54% Shell A 2,498.5 -0.99% G Shell B 2,535 -1.07%
waldron
13/8/2018
17:37
Total 54.09 +0.26% Engie 13.16 +0.61% Orange 14.24 +0.07% FTSE 100 7,642.45 -0.32% Dow Jones 25,202.55 -0.44% CAC 40 5,412.32 -0.04% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 71.31 -2.27% Gasoline NYMEX 1.98 -2.67% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.93 -0.14% BP 558.3 +0.41% Shell A 2,523.5 -0.30% Shell B 2,562.5 -0.31%
waldron
13/8/2018
16:14
LONDON--Workers at three North Sea oil platforms operated by French energy giant Total SA's (FP.FR) U.K. division began a 12-hour strike Monday afternoon after negotiations broke down last week. The strike is taking place at Total's Alwyn, Dunbar and Elgin oil rigs, according to Unite, the union representing the oil workers. Unite, which is advocating for changes to workers' rotation schedules and wages, said further strikes would take place over the next two months "if there is no progress on talks" with Total. Total acknowledged the strike in a statement Monday. It said it was "continuing to engage with its offshore workforce about changing working patterns to three weeks on/three weeks off." On Friday, workers at Total's Shetland gas plant, also represented by Unite, accepted an improved pay offer, staving off further strike action, both the company and the union confirmed. Write to Christopher Alessi at christopher.alessi@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 13, 2018 09:41 ET (13:41 GMT)
la forge
13/8/2018
11:30
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--Petroliam Nasional Bhd., Malaysia's national oil company more commonly known as Petronas, said it bought a 30% equity stake in Senegal's Rufisque Offshore Profond block from France's Total SA, marking its first entry into the West African country. Total will hold a 60% stake in the exploration block, maintaining operatorship, and Senegal's national oil company, known as Petrosen, will own the remaining 10%, according to a statement Petronas released Monday. The company didn't reveal any financial details about the deal. The Rufisque Offshore Profond block, covering an area of 10,357 square kilometres off the coast of Senegal, is located near recent significant oil-and-gas discoveries in blocks such as St. Louis Profond, Cayar Profond, Rufisque and Sangomar Deep Offshore, Petronas said. Exploration drilling activities in the Rufisque Offshore Profond block will begin next year, Petronas said. Write to Yantoultra Ngui at yantoultra.ngui@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 13, 2018 05:20 ET (09:20 GMT)
sarkasm
13/8/2018
11:30
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--Petroliam Nasional Bhd., Malaysia's national oil company more commonly known as Petronas, said it bought a 30% equity stake in Senegal's Rufisque Offshore Profond block from France's Total SA, marking its first entry into the West African country. Total will hold a 60% stake in the exploration block, maintaining operatorship, and Senegal's national oil company, known as Petrosen, will own the remaining 10%, according to a statement Petronas released Monday. The company didn't reveal any financial details about the deal. The Rufisque Offshore Profond block, covering an area of 10,357 square kilometres off the coast of Senegal, is located near recent significant oil-and-gas discoveries in blocks such as St. Louis Profond, Cayar Profond, Rufisque and Sangomar Deep Offshore, Petronas said. Exploration drilling activities in the Rufisque Offshore Profond block will begin next year, Petronas said. Write to Yantoultra Ngui at yantoultra.ngui@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 13, 2018 05:20 ET (09:20 GMT)
sarkasm
11/8/2018
16:57
Pay deal averts Total strike by Rebecca Buchan August 11, 2018, 12:00 pm Totals Chairman and CEO, Patrick Pouyanne, at the Shetland Gas Plant. Sign up to our Business newsletter Subscribe todaySubscribe today from 99pSubscribe today from 99p Trade union Unite has agreed an improved pay deal from French oil giant Total concerning staff working at Shetland Gas Plant. Rapide, gratuit, sur mesure. Learn more Promoted by Facebook [Opt out of Adyoulike ad targeting] The announcement comes following a consultative ballot in which 65% of members voted in favour of the new deal with a 94% turnout. According to Unite, the deal includes a base salary increase of 15% and a “significant” retention bonus. The 3/3 rota will be retained on the basis of 168 working days, which will include two weeks’ holiday and a commitment not to negatively change the rota for the next three years. John Boland, Unite regional industrial officer, said: “Following months of negotiations, Unite members have secured a significant victory at the Shetland Gas Plant. “A 15% base increase and a substantial bonus for the workforce has been awarded. “While Unite has serious concerns over the 3/3 rota system remaining in place, which we will continue to forensically monitor, we have agreed a generous package available to those that wish to leave and received a commitment by Total not to make adverse changes to the rota system for the next three years. “On balance, our members have agreed to this new offer and all industrial action is now cancelled.” A spokesperson for Total said: “Total welcomes the end of this dispute at the Shetland Gas Plant. Through positive engage- ment with our staff and their representatives, we have agreed a new working pattern that will lower costs, improve efficiency and enhance our operational excellence. “Today’s agreement makes our operations more sustainable for the long term, which is good news for the future.” Planned strike action at the Shetland Gas Plant was postponed by one week last month to allow talks with Total, Unite said at the time. But proposed strike action by workers went ahead on the Alwyn, Dunbar and Elgin platforms, which saw workers down tools in a series of 24-hour and 12-hour strikes. Unite claimed that yesterday’s announcement will put further “pressure̶1; on Total as additional strike action was announced on Thursday on the Elgin, Alwyn and Dunbar North Sea platforms.
adrian j boris
10/8/2018
17:15
Total 53.95 -2.37% Engie 13.08 -2.28% Orange 14.23 -1.69% FTSE 100 7,667.01 -0.97% Dow Jones 25,337.88 -0.67% CAC 40 5,414.68 -1.59% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.86 +1.19% Gasoline NYMEX 2.04 +1.82% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.93 -0.51% BP 556 -1.49% Shell A 2,531 -1.25% Shell B 2,570.5 -1.29% THIS IS NO TURKISH DELIGHT
waldron
09/8/2018
17:19
Total S.A. Total: Yamal LNG Begins Gas Exports from Second LNG Train 09/08/2018 2:20pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Total SA (LSE:TTA) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 9 August 2018 Click Here for more Total SA Charts. TIDMTTA Total (Paris:FP) (LSE:TTA) (NYSE:TOT) announces that the first shipment of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from the second train of the Yamal LNG project in Northern Russia is ready to leave Sabetta. This train adds an additional 5.5 million tons per year of LNG capacity to the facility, bringing the total capacity in operation to 11 million tons per year. At full capacity, the three-train facility will supply 16.5 million tons of LNG per year to Asian and European markets. The third train is expected to start up in early 2019. "Following the successful start-up of Yamal LNG in December last year, the first shipment from the second train ahead of schedule is another major milestone for this world-class LNG project," commented Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO of Total. "The Yamal LNG production adds competitive LNG resources to our growing portfolio. We will keep developing new LNG projects in the Russian Arctic with our strategic partner Novatek, as illustrated by the recent announcement of our entry in Arctic LNG 2 with 10% direct working interest." Last May, Novatek and Total also agreed that Total will have the opportunity to acquire a 10 to 15% direct interest in Novatek's future LNG projects in Yamal and Gydan. About Yamal LNG The project is operated by the Yamal LNG Company, owned by Russian independent gas producer Novatek (50.1%), Total (20%), CNPC (20%) and Silk Road Fund (9.9%). One of the biggest LNG projects in the world, Yamal LNG is developing the 4.6 billion barrels of oil equivalent of reserves (boe) from the giant onshore South Tambey gas and condensate field, located on the Yamal Peninsula. The project includes an integrated gas treatment and liquefaction facility with three trains of 5.5 million tons per year capacity each, storage tanks, and port and airport infrastructure. Yamal LNG's production is sold under long-term contracts in Asian and European markets, predominantly under oil-indexed price formulas. LNG will be supplied to the markets all year round through an innovative shipping approach involving a fleet of purpose-designed ice-class LNG carriers that will travel the Northern Sea Route to Asia through the Bering Strait in the summer. About Arctic LNG 2 In May 2018, Total signed an agreement with Novatek outlining the terms upon which Total will acquire a direct working interest of 10% in Arctic LNG 2, a new giant liquefied natural gas project led by Novatek. Taking account of Total's approximate 19% stake in Novatek and Novatek's intention to retain 60% of the project, the Group's overall economic interest in this new LNG project will be approximately 21.5%. Located on the Gydan Peninsula, facing the Yamal Peninsula, Arctic LNG 2 will offer opportunities to develop synergies between the two projects. With a production capacity of approximately 19.8 million tons per year (Mt/year), Arctic LNG 2 will unlock more than 7 billion boe of hydrocarbon resources. Total in Russia Total has been present in Russia since 1991. The Group's equity production averaged 318,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) in 2017. This production comes from the Group's 18.9% interest in Novatek, from the Group direct interest in Yamal LNG (20%) and from the Kharyaga (Total, 20%) and Termokarstovoye fields (Total, 49%).
waldron
09/8/2018
17:05
Total 55.26 -0.43% Engie 13.385 +0.41% Orange 14.475 -0.07% FTSE 100 7,741.77 -0.45% Dow Jones 25,562.83 -0.08% CAC 40 5,502.25 +0.01% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.24 +0.04% Gasoline NYMEX 2.01 -0.51% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.94 -0.31% BP 564.4 -2.13% Shell A 2,563 -1.69% Shell B 2,604 -1.85%
waldron
09/8/2018
07:55
09/08/2018 | 7:48TOTAL - GOLDMAN SACHS WITHDRAWS THE TITLE from its "CONVICTION LIST" OF RECOMMENDED EUROPEAN VALUES
la forge
09/8/2018
07:55
09/08/2018 | 7:48TOTAL - GOLDMAN SACHS WITHDRAWS THE TITLE from its "CONVICTION LIST" OF RECOMMENDED EUROPEAN VALUES
la forge
08/8/2018
17:08
Total 55.5 -0.82% Engie 13.33 -1.19% Orange 14.485 -1.36% FTSE 100 7,776.65 +0.75% Dow Jones 25,599.91 -0.11% CAC 40 5,501.9 -0.35% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 72.25 -3.03% Gasoline NYMEX 2.03 -3.00% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.94 +1.73% BP 576.7 +0.07% Shell A 2,607 +0.54% Shell B 2,653 +0.89% oil majors holding up well considering
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