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30/6/2022
16:25
Final dividend 0.66 €/share ex divi June 21, 2022 pay divi July 1, 2022
waldron
30/6/2022
11:05
Https://www.offshore-energy.biz/fresh-exploration-well-on-the-cards-for-namibias-deep-waters/ Fresh exploration well on the cards for Namibia’s deep waters Exploration & Production June 22, 2022, by Nermina Kulovic Portuguese oil and gas company Galp has secured an extension for an exploration licence located offshore Namibia close to Shell’s Graff and TotalEnergies’ Venus discoveries. This will allow it to drill an exploration well there next year. The Ministry of Mines and Energy in Namibia has approved an extension to the First Renewal Exploration Period for Petroleum Exploration License 83 (PEL 83), providing for an increase to the related work programme, which will support the drilling of an exploration well currently expected in 2023. This was revealed on Tuesday by Galp’s partner in the licence, Canada-based Sintana Energy. Sintana, through its indirect investment in Custos Energy, maintains a 4.9 per cent carried interest in the blocks 2813A and 2814B which are operated through PEL 83. Sintana also owns indirect interests in the adjacent blocks operated through PEL 90 and PEL 87. Sintana claims that PEL 83 represents one of the most exciting exploration opportunities in the Orange Basin, sitting directly above Block 2913A where Shell made its Graff-1 light oil discovery, and directly to the west of the Kudu gas field currently being developed by BW Energy. PEL 83 is also contiguous to Block 2913B where TotalEnergies made its Venus-1 discovery. Both Shell and TotalEnergies have initiated further activity on their respective blocks off Namibia. NamibiaPEL 83 location; Source: Sintana Energy “Custos acquired its interest in PEL 83 in 2016. It is fantastic to see the activity and interest catch up around us. We expect significant discoveries will continue to be made, on our blocks and on those around us,” said Knowledge Katti, founder of Custos Energy and a Director of Sintana. Robert Bose, President & Director of Sintanam stated: “Our entry into Namibia was timely. We believe that continuing investment in the Orange Basin, including the drilling of an exploration well on PEL 83, will further substantiate Namibia’s emergence as the world’s next great hydrocarbon province.” Galp conducted a 3D seismic campaign in the PEL83, comprising an area of around 3,000 km2 in Namibia’s deepwater offshore in early 2019.
la forge
29/6/2022
09:04
ECHO STOCK EXCHANGE: TotalEnergies rated as "outperforming" by Bernstein 29 June 2022 - 09:57AM Dow Jones News PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--The share of energy producer TotalEnergies rose 1.3% on Wednesday, to 51.32 euros, after Bernstein raised his recommendation from "performance in line with the market" to "outperformance" on value, while increasing its price target from 65 to 70 euros. (ddelmond@agefi.fr) ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (SNE) Dow Jones Newswires June 29, 2022 03:37 ET (07:37 GMT)
waldron
29/6/2022
09:01
ECHO BOURSE: TotalEnergies relevé à "surperformance" par Bernstein 29 Juin 2022 - 09:57AM Dow Jones News PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--L'action du producteur d'énergies TotalEnergies progresse de 1,3% mercredi, à 51,32 euros, après que Bernstein a relevé sa recommandation de "performance en ligne avec le marché" à "surperformance" sur la valeur, tout en augmentant son objectif de cours de 65 à 70 euros. (ddelmond@agefi.fr) ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires June 29, 2022 03:37 ET (07:37 GMT)
waldron
27/6/2022
16:04
Increased clarity: TotalEnergies eyes first gas from South Africa’s Luiperd as soon as 2026 Gas sales deal could be wrapped up this summer, with contractors approached later this year 27 June 2022 13:52 GMT Updated 27 June 2022 14:02 GMT By Iain Esau in London
waldron
23/6/2022
16:58
TotalEnergies and AEL invest in green hydrogen Article by Kerry Hebden TotalEnergies has signed a deal to acquire a 25% stake in Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL), to fulfil its ambitions of becoming the world's largest renewable energy company. (Image: AEL) Global multi-energy company TotalEnergies, has signed a deal to acquire a 25% stake in Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL), to fulfil its ambitions of becoming the world's largest renewable energy company by controlling green hydrogen production costs. Set up by entrepreneur Gautam Adani, ANIL plans to invest over US$$50bn over the next 10 years in green hydrogen and its associated ecosystem. This includes everything from manufacturing the equipment needed to generate renewable power, to the production of green hydrogen itself. The end to end market solution also involves the transformation of green hydrogen into derivatives such as nitrogenous fertilisers and methanol, both for the domestic market and export. "The strategic value of the Adani-TotalEnergies relationship is immense at both the business level and the ambition level," said Gautam Adani, Chairman, Adani Group. "In our journey to become the largest green hydrogen player in the world, the partnership with TotalEnergies adds several dimensions that include R&D, market reach and an understanding of the end consumer.” Initially, ANIL intends to produce 1.3 m t/y of urea derived from green hydrogen for the Indian domestic market, to ease reliance on current urea imports. The firm will also invest around US$$5bn in a 2 GW electrolyser fed by renewable power. ANIL then plans to produce 1m t/y of green hydrogen by 2030, a target that could help India combat CO2 emissions. With a rapidly growing population and an economy heavily dependent on coal and oil to sustain its increasing use of electricity, India is the world's third-biggest emitter of CO2. Switching to green hydrogen could help the nation become a net-zero carbon emitter by 2070, a target set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the COP26 climate summit. TotalEnergies’ investment in ANIL is the latest in a string of important alliances with AEL. The two energy giants have already partnered on a number of projects in India including the construction of liquefied natural gas terminals, gas utilities and solar power production. Article by Kerry Hebden Staff Reporter, The Chemical Engineer
waldron
23/6/2022
06:13
subsurface 21 Jun '22 - 23:22 - 57627 of 57629 0 1 0 APA-Total JV makes oil discovery off Suriname coast june 21 APA Corp said on Tuesday its joint venture with France’s Total Energies SE has made an oil discovery at an exploration well off the coast of Suriname. APA has a 50% working interest in the block where the oil discovery was made, with Total Energies the operator and the holder of the remaining stake. The discovery is close to a massive oil field found by an Exxon Mobil Corp led consortium in Guyana, that was estimated to hold nearly 11 billion barrels of oil equivalent. The APA-Total joint-venture is at present drilling the Dikkop exploration well in the center of Block 58. (Reporting by Rithika Krishna in Bengaluru; Editing by Shounak Dasgupta)
adrian j boris
21/6/2022
09:25
TotalEnergies' Saft Says It Has Improved Its Battery System For Electric Ships 06/21/2022 | 02:10am EDT By Maitane Sardon TotalEnergies SE subsidiary Saft said Monday that it has re-designed and improved its lithium-ion battery system for electric and hybrid vessels as it works to help the shipping industry clean up its carbon emissions. The French battery maker said the new system, called Seanergy 2.0, has a higher energy density of 130 watt-hours per liter, making it compact and lighter. Ship integrators can use individual modules to build large-scale battery systems up to 1,060 volts, it said. The system can be scaled to suit propulsion and other loads on board vessels, including ferries, workboats and tugs, offshore support vessels, cruise liners and yachts, Saft said. Shipping contributes about 3% of the world's total annual carbon dioxide emissions, according to the International Maritime Organization. Still, viable alternatives to fossil fuels aren't yet available at the required scale to power the world's thousands of vessels and small ships. Write to Maitane Sardon at maitane.sardon@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires 06-21-22 0410ET
sarkasm
15/6/2022
09:18
TotalEnergies Acquires 49% Stake in Gabonese Forestry Company 15/06/2022 8:14am Dow Jones News Wednesday 15 June 2022 By Maitane Sardon TotalEnergies SE said Wednesday that it has acquired a 49% stake in Gabonese forestry company Compagnie des Bois du Gabon. The French energy company said it has bought the stake from Criterion Africa Partners, a private equity firm that invests in the forestry value chain in sub-Saharan Africa. Compagnie des Bois du Gabon manages 600,000 hectares of forest certified under the Forest Stewardship Council certification scheme, TotalEnergies said. The company applies a forestry model that makes it possible to balance the harvesting and local processing of sustainable wood with the production of the related carbon credits, it said. "Gabonese forestry... is a key economic sector for the country, and we will help develop its carbon sequestration capacity in compliance with the highest international standards," said Nicolas Terraz, president of exploration and production at TotalEnergies. Write to Maitane Sardon at maitane.sardon@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires June 15, 2022 02:59 ET (06:59 GMT)
sarkasm
14/6/2022
17:36
Pouyanne blames policy makers for the energy crisis Jun. 14, 2022 12:09 PM ETOIH, XLE, USO, SHEL, BP, FSLR, TTEBy: Nathan Allen, SA News Editor "Oil and gas companies that have listened to policymakers' calls for less investment in fossil fuels is one of the reasons for current globally tight energy supplies" TotalEnergies (TTE) CEO Patrick Pouyanne said Tuesday. Total (TTE) has committed to investing ~$3.6b per year in renewables and power through 2025, more than 3x the current investment run-rate of low-carbon leaders like First Solar (FSLR); however, unlike BP (BP) and Shell (SHEL), Total (TTE) has also committed to growing oil production (USO) through 2025. With the White House scouring the world for energy supplies, from Venezuela to Iran and Saudi Arabia, while companies in the UK and US face policy headwinds at every turn, the statement appears well founded. However, Mr. Pouyanne's comment may mark a shift in the industry - after reducing investment in fossil fuels for nearly a decade in hopes of winning favor with policy makers and ESG investors, energy companies may finally be preparing to increase investment in oil and gas production. In the US, shale producers (XLE) have almost uniformly shied away from accelerating production growth in 2022, as supply chain challenges have led costs higher and production lower in the near term. However, sustained high prices, a meager supply response from OPEC and the prospect of a failed Iran deal could result in a strategy shift from industry later this year; one that would likely benefit service providers (OIH), create a headwind to upstream free cash flow generation, and eventually balance oil markets.
waldron
14/6/2022
06:53
TotalEnergies Acquires 25% Interest in Adani New Industries 06/13/2022 | 11:46pm EDT By Maitane Sardon TotalEnergies SE said Tuesday that it has acquired a 25% interest in Adani New Industries Ltd., the incubator of Indian multinational conglomerate Adani Enterprises Ltd. Adani New Industries will be the exclusive platform of Adani and TotalEnergies for the production and commercialization of green hydrogen in India, the French oil-and-gas company said. Adani New Industries will target production of 1 million metric tons of green hydrogen a year by 2030. It also intends to develop a project to produce 1.3 metric tons of urea derived from green hydrogen a year for the Indian domestic market, with an investment of around $5 billion in a 2-gigawatt electrolyzer fed by renewable power, TotalEnergies said. "This future production capacity of 1 mtpa of green hydrogen will be a major step in increasing TotalEnergies' share of new decarbonized molecules--including biofuels, biogas, hydrogen, and e-fuels--to 25% of its energy production and sales by 2050," Patrick Pouyanne, chairman and chief executive officer of TotalEnergies, said. Write to Maitane Sardon at maitane.sardon@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires 06-14-22 0146ET
sarkasm
13/6/2022
07:51
TotalEnergies: Berenberg remains on the buy side with a price target raised from 58 to 66 EUR
the grumpy old men
13/6/2022
06:36
Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/TOTALENERGIES-SE-4717/news-strategies/After-the-gains-a-correction--40679056/
waldron
13/6/2022
06:32
Doha (AFP) -- Qatar said on Sunday it had chosen French hydrocarbon giant TotalEnergies as its first foreign partner to develop the world's largest natural gas field and ultimately ease Europe's energy fears. "I am pleased to announce the selection of TotalEnergies as the first partner in the North Field East (NFE) project," Qatari Energy Minister Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi told a press conference in Doha. The French oil and gas group will take a 6.25 percent stake in the project, which aims to help the Gulf country increase its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production by 60 percent by 2027, he added.
waldron
12/6/2022
10:31
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grupo guitarlumber
12/6/2022
09:40
Oil Majors Are Lining Up For The Next Great South American Oil Boom By Matthew Smith - Jun 06, 2022, 4:00 PM CDT The Guyana-Suriname oil basin may hold much larger reserves than anticipated. Suriname is looking to replicate Guyana’s oil boom through 2030. Low projected breakeven prices and discoveries of light to medium sulfur crude makes Suriname an attractive location for oil majors. The Guyana-Suriname Basin has emerged as the world’s hottest offshore oil play and with the changes occurring to the global energy mix after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Caribbean is becoming an important player in world oil markets. In the space of a mere 7 years, the deeply impoverished micro-state of Guyana has emerged as a leading global drilling destination after ExxonMobil made 32 discoveries in the offshore Stabroek Block. While the U.S. Geological Survey predicted in a May 2001 fact sheet that the Guyana-Suriname Basin held somewhere between 2.8 billion and 32.6 billion barrels of undiscovered oil resources, there are signs the volume is far greater. Exxon’s discoveries in the Stabroek Block alone are estimated to be nearly 11 billion barrels of recoverable oil resources. Then there are TotalEnergies and Apache’s five major hydrocarbon discoveries in offshore Surname Block 58 which is estimated to hold up to 6.5 billion barrels of recoverable oil resources. Additional petroleum discoveries have been made in offshore Suriname. In December 2020 Malaysia’s national oil company Petronas, with partner Exxon, made their first promising oil discovery in offshore Suriname Block 52. Suriname is seeking to replicate the epic oil boom being enjoyed by neighboring Guyana which has significantly boosted the deeply impoverished former British colony’s economy. In 2020 Guyana’s gross domestic product expanded by a whopping 43.5%, despite the pandemic, and by another impressive 20% in 2021. To garner further international investment and promote exploration in offshore Suriname the national government in Paramaribo through the national oil company and industry regulator Staatsolie completed a shallow water auction in 2021. That saw Suriname’s petroleum industry regulator award three blocks toward the end of that year. TotalEnergies, which will be the operator, and partner Qatar Petroleum are inking contracts for shallow water Blocks 6 and 8 with a 49% and 20% interest respectively, while the remaining 40% is held by Staatsolie. U.S. energy supermajor Chevron, which also participated in the auction, was awarded a 60% holding in shallow water Block 5 with 40% remaining in the hands of Suriname’s national oil company. In December 2021 Chevron sold a 20% interest in Block 5 to Royal Dutch Shell. Then in April 2022, Staatsolie signed a production sharing agreement with Chevron for shallow water Block 7 awarding 80% to the U.S. energy supermajor while retaining a 20% interest. Chevron also holds a 33.3% interest in deep water Block 42 which is adjacent to Block 58 and the Canje Block in neighboring offshore Guyana. Those shallow water blocks have not been explored and are thought to possess considerable oil potential with analysts speculating that they sit on the same oil fairway that runs through Block 58. To attract further investment and bolster exploration in offshore Suriname Staatsolie announced in May 2022 that it intends to auction further deep-water blocks at the end of the year and then conduct another shallow water bid round in 2023. While Suriname’s oil auctions have failed to garner considerable interest in the past that is likely to change because of the success enjoyed by TotalEnergies and 50% partner Apache in offshore Block 58. Earlier this year TotalEnergies, which is the operator, announced a fifth significant oil discovery in the block at the Krabdagu-1 well. While the energy companies have yet to make a final investment decision TotalEnergies believes there are sufficient recoverable hydrocarbon resources in Block 58 to justify further development and make production worthwhile. It is anticipated that TotalEnergies and Apache will make a final investment decision regarding Block 58 before the end of 2022, with first oil expected before the end of 2025. Low projected breakeven prices and discoveries of light to medium sulfur content crude oil in Suriname make the impoverished former Dutch colony, like neighboring Guyana, a compelling jurisdiction for foreign energy companies. Various industry analysts estimate that offshore Suriname will have an average breakeven price of $40 per barrel, which is only slightly higher than Guyana’s which is pegged at an average of around $35 a barrel. Importantly, the oil discovered to date has had an API gravity ranging between 34 degrees and 43 degrees as well as low sulfur content. The crude oil being pumped by Exxon from the Liza field in neighboring offshore Guyana’s Stabroek Block has an API gravity of 32 degrees with total sulfur of 0.58% and 23.5 parts per million of vanadium. It is anticipated that offshore Suriname holds crude oil with similar characteristics making it light and sweet, which means it is cheaper and easier to refine than the crude oil produced by nearby South American countries. Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador typically pump heavier crude oil varieties that have high sulfur contents as well as elevated levels of metals and other pollutants. Venezuela’s flagship Merey blend has an API gravity of 16 degrees, 2.45% sulfur, and 262 parts per million of vanadium, demonstrating that is heavy and especially sour. Colombia’s primary crude oil variety Castilla has an API gravity of 18.8 degrees, 1.97% sulfur, and vanadium content of 319.95 ppm, indicating that is it heavy and sour. Ecuador’s key petroleum grade Oriente, which accounts for around two-thirds of the Andean country’s oil exports, has an API gravity of 23 degrees, sulfur content of 1.4%, and vanadium of 65 ppm. Those characteristics make those crude oil grades more difficult and costly to refine into low sulfur content high-grade fuels. It also means they are more carbon intensive to produce and refine compared to the lighter sweeter crude oil grades that exist in the Guyana Suriname Basin. Those characteristics make those petroleum varieties less popular in a global economy that is being decarbonized and where oil companies are under increasing pressure to reduce their carbon footprints. It was for those reasons that oil supermajors TotalEnergies and Equinor chose to exit their non-operated minority stakes of 30% and 10% respectively in Venezuela’s Petrocedeño heavy oil project in the Orinoco belt. That saw Venezuela’s national oil company PDVSA become the sole owner of the asset which is a highly carbon intensive operation where the bitumen like extra-heavy crude produced must be upgraded before being exported. Those factors are also weighing on investment in Colombia and Ecuador’s economically crucial oil industries, which are struggling to recover to pre-pandemic operations. As a result, a massive offshore oil boom is building in Guyana and Suriname with the two impoverished South American microstates garnering considerable attention from global energy supermajors. This is enhanced by both former colonies proving themselves to be relatively stable jurisdictions, especially when compared to many members of the OPEC cartel, like Venezuela. Those developments have triggered a geopolitical transition in South America with Guyana and Suriname becoming increasingly important jurisdictions for global energy companies and countries seeking high-quality low carbon intensity crude oil imports. Foreign investment in Suriname’s nascent is growing at a steady clip. The former Dutch colony, which is currently pumping around 16,500 barrels daily from the Tambaredjo field, is expected to be producing 650,000 barrels per day from Blocks 58 and 52 by 2030. That will give Suriname’s struggling economy a healthy boost and see the country potentially become South America’s fourth largest oil producer. By Matthew Smith for Oilprice.com
waldron
10/6/2022
06:32
Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/TOTALENERGIES-SE-4717/news-strategies/After-the-gains-a-correction--40679056/
grupo
04/6/2022
08:24
Consensus Mean consensus OUTPERFORM Number of Analysts 23 Last Close Price 58,39 $ Average target price 63,83 $ Spread / Average Target 9,31% High Price Target 79,07 $ Spread / Highest target 35,4% Low Price Target 50,96 $ Spread / Lowest Target -12,7%
misca2
03/6/2022
08:17
TotalEnergies: AlphaValue remains to be lightened with a price target raised from 56.20 to 58.40 EUR.
waldron
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