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TOTAL S.A. (FP.PA)


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46.10-0.02 (-0.04%)
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Previous Close46.12
Open46.10
Bid42.90 x 1100
Ask43.20 x 25000
Day's Range45.95 - 46.17
52 Week Range38.06 - 49.50
Volume1,229,947
Avg. Volume4,963,559
Market Cap112.64B
Beta0.86
PE Ratio (TTM)18.37
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield2.62 (5.30%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • American City Business Journals12 hours ago

    Joint venture to invest $1.7B on new Gulf Coast petrochemical plant

    Paris-based Total SA (TOT) has made a preliminary agreement to create a joint venture with Calgary-based Nova Chemicals Corp. and Vienna-based Borealis AG to invest $1.7 billion near Houston. The joint venture will build a 1 million ton-per-year ethane steam cracker in Port Arthur, Texas, next to Total's existing refinery, according to a Total press release. Assuming the regulatory process goes smoothly, the companies are set to establish the joint venture — of which Total will own 50 percent — later this year.

  • Associated Press20 hours ago

    France's Total invests in $1.7 billion Texas energy site

    PARIS (AP) — French energy company Total is launching a multi-billion-dollar petrochemical joint venture in Texas as it tries to profit from the "business-friendly environment" under the current U.S. administration.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Total targets U.S. polyethylene market with $1.7 bln investment

    French oil and gas major Total said it aims to become a major player in the U.S. polyethylene market as it announced a $1.7 billion joint venture on Monday with Austria's Borealis and Canada's Nova Chemical. The new venture plans to build a 1 million tonne per year ethane steam cracker in Port Arthur, Texas, and is also considering building a 625,000 tonnes per year polyethylene unit at Total's Bayport site, also in Texas, on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Total will hold a 50 percent stake in the venture and the new cracker, which will be built alongside Total's Port Arthur refinery and Total/BASF's existing steam cracker, is scheduled to start in 2020, it said.