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
  -0.24932 € -0.54% 46.11568 € 46.02 € 46.16 € - - - 320,328 12:06:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 4,144.46

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17/10/2017
09:24
BARCELONA - Agefi-Dow Jones - Total's third quarter results (FP.FR) are expected to benefit from strong Brent and gas prices, as well as improved margins downstream, Goldman Sachs said. The bank cites oil prices and refining margins below expectations among the main risks threatening its investment argument. Goldman Sachs maintains its recommendation "buy" and its target price of 56 euros for the French oil major, whose share earns 0.03%, to 46.11 euros. -Marc Bisbal Arias, Dow Jones Newswires (French version Maylis Jouaret) ed: VLV (END) Dow Jones Newswires
sarkasm
13/10/2017
15:20
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waldron
12/10/2017
08:59
(CercleFinance.com) - Total Solar, in partnership with Groupe Carré, has won 70 projects with a total capacity of more than 32 MW, representing 22% of capacity. Total continues to contribute actively to the development of solar energy in France through its subsidiaries Total Solar, project developer, and SunPower, a supplier of solar panels. This success completes the results obtained in previous calls for tenders, in particular for self-consumption and large shade projects. Photovoltaic on building seems particularly relevant to the development of solar energy in France: rapid deployment, preservation of land surfaces and decentralized and self-consuming electrical production, 'underlines Julien Pouget, director Renewables. On September 19, Total signed an agreement to acquire an indirect 23% stake in EREN Renewable Energy (EREN RE), which develops solar power plants in emerging countries, where electricity needs are increasing.
waldron
11/10/2017
08:32
Jon Robinson Senior Digital Staff Writer Major contract supports Lincs oil refinery 11 Oct 2017 Midlands Business Major contract supports Lincs oil refinery The Wood Group has been awarded a new multimillion-dollar contract by Total, supporting its Lindsey Oil Refinery in North Killinghome, Lincolnshire. The five-year deal includes the provision of onshore maintenance services and includes the option to be extended up to two years. The new contract will start on 1 January 2018. The Wood Group's chief executive Robin Watson said: "We are strategically focused on leveraging our proven offshore track record of strong service, to broaden our downstream footprint in the UK; and this contract win achieves this. "It was secured by the clear demonstration of our commitment to safety through efficient delivery of our innovative range of services to the oil and gas industry. "Our extensive capabilities in offshore maintenance gained from over two decades of working with Total, position us uniquely to maximise the productivity while maintaining the integrity of this significant asse
grupo guitarlumber
10/10/2017
18:34
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waldron
10/10/2017
17:36
(CercleFinance.com) - The group announces the result of the option for the payment of the first interim dividend in respect of 2017 in shares. The option period was open from September 25, 2017 to October 4, 2017 inclusive. At the end of this period, 68.5% of the rights were exercised in favor of the payment of the first interim dividend in respect of 2017 in shares. 25,633,559 new shares will be issued representing 1.0% of the share capital of the Company on the basis of the existing capital as of September 30, 2017. The issue price of the new shares issued in payment of this first installment has been fixed on 20 September 2017 at 41.12 euros. The settlement, the delivery of the shares and their admission on Euronext Paris will take place on 12 October 2017. The amount of the first interim dividend in respect of the financial year 2017 to be paid in cash to the shareholders who have not opted for the share-based payment option is € 487 million and will be paid as from 12 October 2017.
waldron
09/10/2017
14:10
Iraq Says Chevron, Total Want to Work in Giant Majnoon Oil Field By Kadhim Ajrash and Khalid Al Ansary 9 octobre 2017 à 13:57 UTC+2 Country still in talks with Shell about exit from Majnoon Shell holds 45% interest in Majnoon oilfield contract Chevron Corp. and Total SA have expressed readiness to help develop Iraq’s giant Majnoon oil field, which Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it wants to quit, according to Iraqi Oil Minister Jabbar al-Luaibi.
ariane
08/10/2017
08:48
Https://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/07/trumps-big-decision-on-iran-next-week-could-rattle-the-oil-markets.html
sarkasm
07/10/2017
10:42
Total targets French residential market for natural gas consumption 10/5/2017 Paris -- Total is expanding in the residential gas and power distribution market in France with the introduction of Total Spring, a natural gas and green power offering that is 10% cheaper than regulated tariffs, according to the company. “Although the residential market was deregulated 10 years ago, French consumers haven’t really seen the effect on their bills. Today, Total is rolling out a unique offering in the French residential market: an affordable, reliable and simple solution. In 2011, we successfully introduced the Total Access service station concept. We’re aiming to repeat that success today with Total Spring, the most competitive natural gas and green power offering in the market. We hope that nearly three million French customers will place their trust in us and subscribe,” said Patrick Pouyanné, chairman and CEO of Total. The Total Spring rollout will be supported by a major multimedia advertising
maywillow
06/10/2017
18:11
D enmark's major offshore explorer Maersk Oil is in a strong position to win a contract to produce ultra-light crude from Iran's South Pars gas field and its recent acquisition by France's Total will not adversely affect the potential deal, an official at the National Iranian Oil Co. said. Karim Zobeidi, the NIOC's deputy for planning, said Maersk Oil is the only foreign firm to have shown serious interest in developing the oil layer of South Pars, the world's largest gas field in the Persian Gulf shared between Iran and Qatar, ISNA reported on Friday. "Maersk has expressed its interest in the South Pars oil layer project. Several other foreign companies have been invited but none have given a decisive answer. They have neither rejected nor embraced the proposal," he noted. Asked if the share price oil layer contract would be awarded to Maersk if no other company comes forward, he said, "Yes, that's likely and we welcome the opportunity." "Maersk has experience in this [offshore exploration and production], having developed the oil layer of the field on the other side," he added, referring to the extension of South Pars oil layer into Qatari waters known as Al Shaheen. Qatar started crude oil production from the joint field over two decades ago while Iran tapped into the oil layer in March. The country currently draws crude oil at an average rate of 25,000 barrels per day from the oil layer, using a floating production storage and offloading vessel, and has since star, having since shipped over 3 million barrels. Confidentiality Against a backdrop of Maersk Oil's acquisition by Total in a $7.45 billion deal in August and the French company's firm foothold in Iran, Zobeidi said, "If the share price oil project is assigned to Maersk, information on the Iranian side of the project will remain solely with the company." He expressed confidence in Maersk's confidentiality but said without elaboration that "other groups and organizations are also involved" in safeguarding technical and financial details pertaining to the South Par oil venture. Experts say it is not yet clear how the acquisition by the French energy giant, which signed a $5 billion deal in June to develop Phase 11 of South Pars, would impact the South Pars oil layer development. Maersk currently produces oil from the Danish and UK sections of the North Sea, Qatar, Algeria and Kazakhstan. Officials say that Maersk can help increase output from share price oil layer by five times the current level. NIOC plans to employ enhanced oil recovery methods to boost the extraction rate in fields by 35%. South Pars oil layer is located 130 kilometers off Iran's coast in the Persian Gulf with an estimated 7 billion barrels of oil in place, but it is hard to put an accurate estimate on the volume unless more exploratory wells are drilled. Despite faring poorly in production from the oil layer, Tehran says it has matched Qatar's natural gas extraction rate from the giant field that is reportedly at 550-600 million cubic meters per day. Iran plans to raise gas production to 1.3 billion cubic meters a day from more than 800 mcm/d in five years, counting big on its mega South Pars project that accounts for more than two-thirds of its gas supply.
waldron
04/10/2017
09:08
Energy Wednesday, October 04, 2017 Total Reaffirms Pledge to Stand by Iran Gas Deal F rench energy major Total reiterated its pledge to a major gas project in Iran despite concerns that the actions of US President Donald Trump against the nuclear accord with Tehran could throw the gas deal into uncertainty, according to a report by Financial Times. Total signed a $5 billion deal in July to develop Phase 11 of South Pars Gas Field in the Persian Gulf, becoming the first major western company to enter the Iranian energy market after last year's lifting of international sanctions. A decision by Trump not to endorse the nuclear deal could create challenges for new investments by western companies in the Middle East nation. Trump is expected to certify Iran's compliance with the accord in about 10 days. But Total Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne threw his support behind the gas deal, asserting that the world's fourth-largest gas company will stick to the South Pars project even if the US pulls out of the deal. “We knew when we signed that it will not be an easy road … But I prefer to have a problem to solve and to have the opportunity rather than having not signed [and] no opportunities,”; he said in Washington on Tuesday. Pouyanne had cast doubt on the share price Phase 11 project when he said in February that the French major was waiting for an extension of the waiver on US sanctions against Iran. "Total's new deal with Iran is aimed at producing natural gas for consumption inside Iran," he said in an interview with Bloomberg on the sidelines of a business conference in the southern French city of Aix-en-Provence on Friday. On the heels of signing the gas deal in July, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said sanctions would not directly affect the parties involved in the Phase 11 project. Total holds a 50.1% stake in Phase 11 along with state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation with 30% and Iran's Petropars with a 19.9% share. Iranian officials say Total is also in advanced negotiations on building a petrochemical plant in Iran. The company has reportedly reached a preliminary agreement to build three petrochemical plants, with a total capacity of 2.2 million tons in a deal that, if finalized, could see the French oil major investing up to $2 billion in Iran.
grupo guitarlumber
03/10/2017
15:45
Morgan Stanley takes his view of the energy sector to "attractive", considering that the six-year phase of decline for the petroleum industry on the stock exchange is about to end. If the analysts of the American bank do not doubt that the sector will undergo a structural transformation in the coming decades due to the evolution of the energy mix, at the moment it is a cyclical recovery that is taking shape to oil and gas producers. Downward pressures on prices have fallen and for the third consecutive year, demand is growing faster than its historical average, gradually blotting excess supply despite fears of shale development and compliance of the OPEC production reduction agreement. In addition, Morgan Stanley believes the current favorable conditions for downstream margins, with a decline in inventories of refined products faster than stocks of crude. By adding to these factors the diligent efforts made by oil companies to reduce their costs and improve return on their investments, analysts expect a significant improvement in free cash flow and valuations. In this context, Morgan Stanley's preferred values, as well as Rosneft and Tupras among the emerging players. In its report, the consulting firm said it would also raise its target on Total to 51 euros, instead of 47.50 euros. (gbayre@agefi.fr) ed: ECH
grupo guitarlumber
02/10/2017
13:29
Three of the oil majors have signed a carbon storage deal on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). Shell, Statoil and Total have formed a partnership to develop full-scale carbon capture and storage in Norway. In June, Gassnova awarded Statoil the contract for the first phase of the project. Norske Shell and Total E&P Norge are now entering as equal partners while Statoil will lead the project. All the partners will contribute people, experience, and financial support. “Statoil believes that without carbon capture and storage, it is not realistic to meet the global climate target as defined in the Paris Agreement. A massive scale up of number of CCS projects are needed and collaboration and sharing of knowledge are essential to accelerating the development. We are very pleased to have Shell and Total as partners and believe their experience and capabilities will further strengthen this project” said Irene Rummelhoff, Statoil’s executive vice president for New Energy Solutions. Related Articles Big oil follows silicon valley into backing green energy firms Global energy heads discuss future of carbon capture and storage St Fergus carbon capture scheme could make Scotland 'key player' in storage The project will be designed to accommodate additional CO2 volumes aiming to stimulate new commercial carbon capture projects in Norway, Europe and more globally across the world. The storage project will store CO2 captured from onshore industrial facilities in Eastern Norway. This CO2 will be transported by ship from the capture facilities to a receiving terminal located onshore on the west-coast of Norway. At the receiving terminal CO2 will be transferred from the ship to intermediate storage tanks, prior to being sent through a pipeline on the seabed to injection wells east of the Troll field on the NCS. There are three possible locations for the receiving terminal; a final selection will be made later this year. The first phase of this CO2 project could reach a capacity of approximately 1.5 million ton per year. Monika Hausenblas, Shell’s executive vice president for Environment and Safety, said: “Shell sees CCS as a transformative technology that can significantly reduce emissions from those industrial sectors that will continue to rely on hydrocarbons for decades to come. Shell has significant experience of working with governments and other experts to support the development and wide-scale deployment of CCS and are pleased to be joining forces with our joint venture partners.” The collaboration will form basis for establishing a further partnership for the construction and operational phases. Philippe Sauquet, president of Gas, Renewables & Power and President, Strategy-Innovation at Total, added: “Total is integrating the climate challenge into its strategy. Total’s involvement in this first commercial-scale storage project, is thus fully aligned with our low carbon roadmap and our strategy to ultimately become a global CCUS leader. “The aim of this first integrated industrial-scale project, supported by the Norwegian Government, is to develop viable, reproducible commercial CCUS model in view of carrying out other major projects around the world.”
waldron
29/9/2017
17:40
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waldron
29/9/2017
08:48
Total nears deal to invest $10B in Iran's petrochemical industry 29 September 2017 09:31 (UTC+04:00) 27 Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 28 By Khalid Kazimov – Trend: After a $5 billion deal with Iran to develop its southern gas field, South Pars, reached in July, Total is now preparing to conclude another huge agreement with the Middle Eastern nation to develop its petrochemical industry. Movaied Hossaini Sadr, an advisor to Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, said that the French giant has expressed interest in investing $10 billion in Iran’s petrochemical industry, the state-owned news channel IRINN reported. "The investment deal is going through the final phases and will be signed soon," he said. The official added that Germany’s BASF and Linde as well as a Japanese company are also in talks with Iran to cooperate in the country’s petrochemical industry. He further touched upon forecasts on reduction of gas reserves in Saudi Arabia and described Iran as a serious source of feedstock for petrochemical plants. Iran’s current capacity for producing petrochemical products stands at 60 million tons and the country is drawing up plans to boost the figure to 110 million tons.
grupo guitarlumber
29/9/2017
07:51
Could Total be the next oil company to target offshore wind? Thu 28 Sep 2017 by David Foxwell Print story Email us AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to LinkedIn1Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google+ Could Total be the next oil company to target offshore wind? Patrick Pouyanné: “Total has integrated climate change into its strategy and is pursuing growth in renewable energy” (credit: World Economic Forum/Rene Steinegger) Following Shell’s re-entry into the industry and growing interest in the sector from ‘old energy,’ Total could be the next oil company to take an interest in offshore wind. Earlier this month, Total signed an agreement with EREN RE to, as it said in a statement, “accelerate its growth in the production of power from renewable sources.” Total will acquire an indirect interest of 23% in EREN RE by subscribing to a capital increase of €237.5M (US$279.2M). The agreement also gives Total the opportunity to take over control of EREN RE after five years. Although Total has not formally declared an interest in offshore wind, its long experience in offshore operations and with the offshore supply chain means it is well-placed to enter the market, particularly given the momentum in the market as a result of the recent auctions for offshore wind in Denmark, Germany and the UK. Founded in 2012, EREN RE has developed a diversified asset base, notably in wind, solar and hydro, representing a global installed gross capacity of 650 megawatts (MW) in operation or under construction. Its ambition is to achieve a global installed capacity of more than 3 GW within five years. The capital increase subscribed by Total will enable EREN RE to cover its financing needs to accelerate development in the coming years. “Total has integrated the climate change challenge into its strategy and is pursuing steady growth in low-carbon businesses, in particular in renewable energy,” said Total chairman and chief executive, Patrick Pouyanné. “By partnering with EREN RE we are leveraging a team that has a proven track record in renewable power production, and we are investing in an additional asset to accelerate our profitable growth in this segment, in line with our ambition to become the responsible energy major.” Total’s president gas, renewables and power, Philippe Sauquet, said “In line with the group’s integrated strategy along the oil and gas value chains, we are rebalancing our portfolio in renewables.”
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