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Totalenergies Se LSE:TTE London Ordinary Share FR0000120271 TOTALENERGIES ORD SHS
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  0.00 0.0% 52.075 50.44 54.46 - 1,613,950 12:19:38
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18/5/2022
11:15
TotalEnergies to sell 10% stake in NNPC, SPDC JV By Muyiwa Lucas On May 18, 2022 Oil major, TotalEnergies, has confirmed it is selling off its 10 per cent stake in the Nigerian Joint Venture with Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) and the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited. This entails disposing of her interest in 13 onshore fields and three in shallow water, which produces over 20,000 barrels of oil daily. The sale also includes infrastructure such as 3,500 kilometres of pipelines connecting to two key crude export terminals- Bonny and Forcados. Canada’s Scotiabank is said to be leading the TotalEnergies, a French firm, however, opted to keep Oil Mining Licences (OML) 23 and 28 and its interest in the associated gas pipeline network that feeds Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas. Shell holds a 30 per cent working interest in SPDC, NNPC 55 per cent and Eni has five per cent. Shell is also selling its stake in SPDC but these efforts are being hindered as a result of pending litigation.
la forge
15/5/2022
11:28
Https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2022-05-13-national-oil-to-pay-sh38m-to-total-kenya-for-breach-of-contract--court/ National Oil to pay Sh38m to Total Kenya for breach of contract — court Penalties for late delivery, under-delivery, non-delivery, among others In Summary •The court heard that the two companies entered the deal in November 2010 for the supply of 7000MT of gas oil. •Nock was ordered to pay the oil dealer for failing to deliver the commodity of as agreed in the contract. The High Court has ordered National Oil Corporation of Kenya to pay Total Kenya Sh38 million for breach of contract. Justice Francis Tuiyott on ordered Nock to pay the oil dealer for failing to deliver the commodity of oil as agreed in the contract. In the judgment on Wednesday, Justice Tuiyott directed Nock to pay $192,357.54 (Sh22,350,282) for breach of contract, $38,197.8 for late delivery penalty, $2,566 for under delivery penalty and $94,973 for non-delivery penalty. He ordered all the monies to be converted to Kenyan shillings. The court heard that the two companies entered the deal in November 2010 for the supply of 7000MT of gas oil. What was not agreed and remains for determination is whether or not the pricing in the contract was outside the Kenya Open System Tender (OTS). It was explained to be the tender under which the importation and sale of oil products in Kenya is operated. However, the price was to be five days around the Bill of Lading (dates), whereas all other lading charges were to be per the OTS cost buildup. Total Kenya argued that Nock unilaterally and arbitrarily abandoned the covenanted price mode and invoiced it at the price mean of $96,2562 bbl as opposed to the contractual price mean of 91.5420/bbl. “As a result of the irregular and unilateral act, Total Kenya overpaid by $192,357.54,” the court was told. But Nock contended that the contract was structured in the same manner as the OTS terms and conditions in which the pricing clause covered the applicable Free on Bond (FOB) freight and premium components. National Oil argued that at the time of tender, there was no certainty as to what would be the FOB basis for cargoes arriving in November 2010. It said the Ministry of Energy had not given clarification as the applicable basis, that is whether to peg the pricing on the five days around the bill of loading date or on the whole month average. Nock stated that in invoking clause 9(a) of the OTS, it chose and applied deemed bill of lading date and denied overpayment. (Edited by V. Graham)
sarkasm
14/5/2022
13:07
I WAS HOPING THAT THE SHARE PRICE WOULD BREAK THRU THE RESISTENCE AS THE AGM APPROACHED May/25 2022 Annual General Meeting
waldron
14/5/2022
10:32
TOTALENERGIES SE (TTE) Real-time Euronext Paris - 05/13 04:36:25 pm BST 51.08 EUR +3.46% Possible Resistence at 52.40 euros
misca2
14/5/2022
10:28
Opinion : Negative below 50.95 EUR Course target: 45 EUR Protection stop: 52.3 EUR TotalEnergies SE shares show a positive short-term outlook above the support of 47.35 EUR. The resistance zone of 50.6 could however generate some profit taking after the rise of these last sessions. The timing therefore seems interesting to bet on this scenario and thus anticipate a relapse towards the EUR 45 zone.
misca2
14/5/2022
10:14
PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--The distributor Casino has mandated several banks to sell GreenYellow, its subsidiary specializing in renewable energy production and energy services, Reported Friday Les Echos. Casino would expect around 1.5 billion euros for this subsidiary, of which it owns 73% and which counts as other shareholders Tikehau Capital and Bpifrance. Energy companies Engie, TotalEnergies and EDP are studying the case as well as several investment funds including Ardian, KKR, Blackstone, and EQT. The first offers are expected within a fortnight, said Les Echos, citing "concordant sources". Contacted by the Agency Agefi-Dow Jones, spokesmen for Casino and Engie did not comment. A spokesman for TotalEnergies was not immediately available for comment.
misca2
13/5/2022
18:27
TotalEnergies 51.08 +3.46%
misca2
13/5/2022
13:42
motely fool TotalEnergies Furthers Its LNG and Clean Energy Ambitions By Reuben Gregg Brewer - May 13, 2022 at 6:01AM Key Points In 2020, TotalEnergies announced its plans to move further in the clean energy direction. TotalEnergies isn't thinking short term as it builds for a future where cleaner is better. Every small investment moves TotalEnergies further along the path it has laid out. The French energy giant is pushing toward a cleaner future, one investment at a time. Like its European peers BP and Shell, TotalEnergies (TTE -1.67%) announced big plans to green up its portfolio in 2020. What set TotalEnergies apart from these two competitors, however, was that it made a bold commitment to a cleaner future without cutting its dividend. For investors looking to benefit from the continued demand for carbon fuels while increasing exposure to cleaner alternatives, TotalEnergies could be a great option. Some of its recent portfolio moves explain why. The big goal In 2020, TotalEnergies announced it wanted to grow its electricity division from 5% of its business to 15% by 2030. At first, that may not sound like such a big deal, but step back and look at the difference between 5% and 15%, which is a full 10 percentage points. In a decade, the company wants to triple the size of this division! Notably, at the same time, it wants to expand the absolute size of its carbon-related energy businesses. Under that top-level view, the goal is to increase the natural gas division from 40% of the total to 50%. Oil will be the smaller business, shrinking from 55% of TotalEnergies' operations to 30%, with five percentage points of that dedicated to biofuels. An oil well with wind turbines in the background. These are not idle changes; they are fairly big moves. More important, however, is that the company is planning to adjust along with the world around it. That means investors can own an energy name, benefiting from the rebounding energy sector today, and get increasing exposure over time to newer and cleaner energy businesses. Those new investments, meanwhile, will be funded by the cash-cow carbon business. It's kind of a win-win situation for long-term investors who believe the energy transition taking shape today will likely be a decades-long affair. And all the while, investors can collect a hefty 5.6% dividend yield. TotalEnergies is a French company, so there are foreign taxes to contend with come tax time (you can get credit for foreign taxes when you file). Still, its yield is at the top end of its closest peer group. Not a bad deal at all. Proof is in the pudding That said, long before its 2020 clean energy pivot, BP tried to claim a new nickname -- "Beyond Petroleum" -- as it worked to embrace clean energy. That effort basically failed, and it went back to its carbon roots. So, it makes sense that investors might take a leery approach to any energy major that's shifting gears this time around, including TotalEnergies. Only, TotalEnergies had been investing in clean energy for years before it made the effort more official. Since the 2020 announcement, meanwhile, it has been doing exactly what it said it would. Just in 2022 alone, it has made a raft of announcements that should help it shift toward cleaner-burning natural gas and "clean" growth in the electrons business. For example, TotalEnergies: Acquired Core Solar and its portfolio of more than 4 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar and energy storage projects, expanding its U.S. portfolio to more than 10 GW gross capacity. Joined forces with ENEOS in a 50-50 joint venture to develop 2 GW of decentralized solar capacity in Asia over the next five years. Expanded its relationship with Sempra through two memorandums of understanding, one for a liquified natural gas (LNG) export project in Mexico and the other for the co-development of several onshore and offshore renewables projects. Participated with companies, including ArcelorMittal, in a French carbon-capture demonstration project. Started production of renewable aviation fuel in France, adding a new facility to two others it has producing biojet fuel. Won leases to develop up to 3 GW of offshore wind power off the coasts of New York and New Jersey. Won rights to develop 2 GW of offshore wind power in Scotland in a joint venture with Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG) (46.75%) and RIDG (15%), with TotalEnergies accounting for the remainder. And that's just a sampling of the moves TotalEnergies has made in 2022, which isn't even half over yet. Big capital investments tend to be lumpy in nature, so it would be a mistake to use early 2022 as some sort of run rate for the company's plans. However, directionally, it clearly shows that TotalEnergies is serious about shifting toward cleaner alternatives. The big moves in oil are making headlines today, but TotalEnergies is clearly making sure it keeps its eye on the long-term. Worth a closer look If you have been avoiding energy stocks because of their ties to dirty carbon fuels, TotalEnergies could offer you a decent compromise. It is definitely benefiting today from its carbon-heavy energy business, but it is also very clearly using the cash it generates from these divisions to shift in a cleaner direction (natural gas) and build a new division focused on cleaner alternatives (the electricity division). While it does all that, you can collect a generous income stream and rest comfortably, knowing the energy company you own is changing over time with the world around it.
waldron
13/5/2022
11:46
TotalEnergies carries significant Russia-related risk, but the oil major's ability to generate cash and its growth opportunities are attractive, said Berenberg, upgrading its recommendation on the stock to buy from hold. TotalEnergies has increased its buyback for the first half to $3 billion, and Berenberg said the company's high cash flow and the current environment make it sustainable for it to continue buybacks at this pace. Its dividend yield is also one of the highest offered in the sector. TotalEnergies said TotalEnergies has potential to grow in Brazil, Mozambique, the U.S. and Suriname, but still faces material risk from Russia, although this is largely priced into its shares.
maywillow
13/5/2022
11:45
TotalEnergies carries significant Russia-related risk, but the oil major's ability to generate cash and its growth opportunities are attractive, said Berenberg, upgrading its recommendation on the stock to buy from hold. TotalEnergies has increased its buyback for the first half to $3 billion, and Berenberg said the company's high cash flow and the current environment make it sustainable for it to continue buybacks at this pace. Its dividend yield is also one of the highest offered in the sector. TotalEnergies said TotalEnergies has potential to grow in Brazil, Mozambique, the U.S. and Suriname, but still faces material risk from Russia, although this is largely priced into its shares.
maywillow
13/5/2022
09:04
Https://www.ekathimerini.com/economy/1184237/eni-total-to-probably-start-drilling-off-cyprus-this-month/ Eni-Total to probably start drilling off Cyprus this month 13.05.2022 • 08:16 Cyprus Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said on Thursday that the Eni-Total joint venture’s next drilling in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone will probably take place this month, as soon as the drilling rig concludes its work in Egypt. In statements on the sidelines of the Famagusta Business Forum, Pilides also said that ExxonMobil-Qatar Energy will begin seismic research in the summer, most probably within June, in Block 5 of Cyprus’ EEZ and probably some parts of Block 10 as well. The minister further stressed that Cyprus has joined efforts to end EU energy dependency on Russian natural gas. Responding to questions by journalists, Pilides noted that the Eni-Total joint venture will most probably proceed with a second drilling in 2022. She said there are continuous contacts with the EU, Cyprus has joined efforts to end EU energy dependency on Russian natural gas, “and we hope that we will have developments on this very soon.” Asked about the purchases of drilling rigs by Turkey, Pilides said that this does not halt Cyprus’ energy plans. “Certainly the support by the EU and the fact that Cyprus, Israel and Egypt have joined the plans for the provision of natural gas to the EU is a very important development which we consider will help speeding up our own program,” she added.
la forge
12/5/2022
16:31
RIGZONE TotalEnergies Starts Work On First Offshore Wind Farm Off France by Eldina Jahic | Rigzone Staff | Thursday, May 12, 2022 TotalEnergies Starts Work On First Offshore Wind Farm Off France French energy major TotalEnergies has started construction of the Eolmed project, operated by Qair and in which TotalEnergies has a 20 percent stake. This 30 MW project is located some 12 miles off the coast of Gruissan and Port la Nouvelle. The start of production is expected by 2024. The wind farm will consist of three 10 MW wind turbines mounted on steel floats and connected to the French Electricity Transmission Network by an underwater cable. According to Total, the project meets the objectives of the partners to ensure its good environmental integration and to promote the know-how of the Occitanie Region thanks to the involvement of all the stakeholders. Eolmed is part of the Occitanie Region's strategy to relocate industrial production – the consortium has chosen a joint venture formed by Matière and Ponticelli to produce the floats in Bagnac-sur-Célé and Port-la-Nouvelle. This joint venture will benefit from the port's new infrastructure and will mobilize more than 600,000 man-hours of work across Occitania. This project is part of TotalEnergies’ strategy to develop floating wind energy, which allows access to deeper sites, further from the coast, and to take advantage of greater wind resources. The company is developing this technology in France and abroad through several projects at different stages of development: In France, in addition to the Eolmed project in the Mediterranean Sea, TotalEnergies is participating in a tender in Brittany to develop a floating wind farm with Green Investment Group and Qair. In South Korea, TotalEnergies is developing a portfolio of over 2 GW of floating offshore wind with Green Investment Group. As for the UK, the company is developing the 96 MW Erebus project in the Celtic Sea with its partner Simply Blue Energy, In the U.S., the French company launched the TotalEnergies SBE U.S. joint venture with Simply Blue Group to contribute to the growth of floating wind in the country. “We are proud to contribute through Eolmed to France’s development in floating offshore wind, a very promising segment in which TotalEnergies notably brings its extensive experience in offshore projects. Together with our partners, we will mobilize our know-how and our best resources to meet the technological and industrial challenges of this project, which meets the dual objective of developing local content while providing renewable energy,” said Olivier Terneaud, VP Offshore Wind at TotalEnergies. To contact the author, email username.eldina@gmail.com
waldron
09/5/2022
21:50
In a research note published by Michele della Vigna, the broker Goldman Sachs advises to look at the stock with an opinion on the purchase. The price target continues to be set at 68 EUR.
waldron
07/5/2022
08:46
May/25 2022 Annual General Meeting
grupo guitarlumber
07/5/2022
08:45
Henri Patricot from UBS retains his positive opinion on the stock with a Buy rating. The target price is being increased from EUR 57 to EUR 59.
grupo guitarlumber
07/5/2022
08:41
Real-time Euronext Paris - 05/06 04:39:11 pm BST 50.60 EUR +2.19%
adrian j boris
03/5/2022
18:17
About Banning Russian Oil By Julianne Geiger - Apr 21, 2022, 5:00 PM CDT A full EU ban on Russian crude oil and gas imports could have unintended economic consequences for the United States and its Western allies, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told reporters in Washington on Thursday. The Treasury Secretary added that such a ban could do more harm than good. Europe does need to reduce its dependence on Russian oil and gas, Yellen said, “but we need to be careful when we think about a complete European ban on, say, oil imports.” Europe has been under pressure to stop purchases of Russian oil and gas—an action that would cut off revenue streams for Russia, but would also starve the EU of much needed energy supplies. Yellen’s warning follows JP Morgan’s from earlier this week that suggested a full and immediate ban in the EU on Russian energy supplies would cut off more than 4 million bpd of Russian oil and send crude oil prices to $185 per barrel. The EU and the European Commission has been discussing an embargo on Russian crude oil, but the group is divided on the issue, with countries such as Germany strongly opposed due to its significant reliance on Russian energy supplies. Even if all EU members do agree on such a ban, it would still take months to draft and prepare, European officials said last week. The EU is already in talks with other oil-producing countries with the end goal of obtaining alternative oil suppliers so it can more readily wean itself off Russian oil supply. Yellen agreed that a European energy ban would raise oil prices, “and, counterintuitively, it could actually have very little negative impact on Russia” because while Russia could end up exporting less oil, the price it would get for each barrel could also go up. The U.S. Administration has been railing against high gasoline prices—a result of high crude oil prices—since last Fall. By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com
waldron
01/5/2022
21:02
Final dividend 0.66 €/share ex divi June 21, 2022 pay divi July 1, 2022
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