|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||39.46 x 800|
|Day's Range||33.45 - 34.21|
|52 Week Range||32.13 - 40.15|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.69|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.20|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.91 (5.44%)|
|1y Target Est||45.13|
Abu Dhabi’s national oil company is undergoing a dramatic transformation as natural gas and downstream operations become a priority
The current oil price slide hasn’t caused panic among the oil majors, but big oil could struggle to rake in more cash and reward shareholders if prices don’t rebound in the next couple of months
Eni (E) seems to be a good value pick, as it has decent revenue metrics to back up its earnings, and is seeing solid earnings estimate revisions as well.
Chesapeake's (CHK) agreement with Hi-Crush relates to in-basin purchase of Northern White frac sand to support completions program in the Marcellus and Powder River Basins.
Eni (E) inks agreement with Mubadala Petroleum relating to the sale of a 20% participating interest of its share in the Nour North Sinai Offshore concession.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Eni, Equinor, Enterprise Products, Energen and Phillips 66
Rome-based Eni expects to achieve daily production of 1.5 billion cubic feet of gas and 150,000 barrels of oil at an offshore block that includes the Hail and Ghasha deposits, CEO Claudio Descalzi said in a Bloomberg TV interview in Abu Dhabi. Investment in the project, which Eni will develop with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co., could total $20 billion over 40 years, he said.
Phillips 66's (PSX) Liberty Pipeline to enable shippers to secure crude oil transportation from the Rockies and the Bakken production areas.
Callon Petroleum's (CPE) third quarter 2018 results benefit from higher oil-equivalent production and increased realized oil price.
FT subscribers can click here to receive Brussels Briefing every day by email. After being warned by The Sunday Times last month that she was entering “the killing zone”, the paper on Sunday gave the chilling assessment that Brussels had switched off her government’s “life support machine” by rejecting part of her Brexit plans.
The world’s biggest energy companies are spending only a fraction of their investment budgets on low-carbon projects, even as the oil and gas industry comes under fire for its contributions to global greenhouse gas emissions. European companies such as Total, Shell, Equinor and Eni are among those spending the most on low-carbon investments, but the industry on aggregate allocated just 1.3 per cent of its total 2018 capital expenditure to these ventures. The figure is in a new report from environmental non-profit and investment research provider CDP, which has ranked 24 companies by their preparedness for a global transition towards cleaner fuels.
European energy stocks are on track for the worst quarter since 2015 as equity investors retreat from a sector dragged down by declining oil prices. The MSCI European Energy index, comprised of European resources companies including BP and Eni, is down 8.5 per cent on the quarter.
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Mozambique will hand up to half a billion dollars of its future offshore gas bounty to bondholders to resolve a dispute over controversial debts that triggered a financial crisis. Bondholders, including hedge funds Pharo Management and Greylock Capital Management, will also receive back their initial investments and almost all unpaid interest in $900m of new bonds under the deal, in return for pushing back repayment by a decade to 2033. The restructuring terms underline the heavy cost to one of the world’s poorest countries from a scandal over the concealment of state-backed loans to companies controlled by the national spy agency.
Italian oil major Eni will look at the Iran sanctions measures to see if it can use Iranian crudes to allow it greater flexibility in procuring supplies, a spokesman said on Monday. "Eni is examining the ... provisions to see if the decision allows it to consider the use of Iranian crudes for further flexibility in its crude supply system," the spokesman said. The United States on Monday restored sanctions targeting Iran's oil, banking and transport sectors.