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Equinor ASA (EQNR)

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    Patrick
    Norway is introducing a 25% withholding on dividends. Plus ADR fees? Not much dividend left for me.
  • P
    Patrick
    "Equinor ASA is the latest large oil company to bow to a major investor group that is pushing corporations to take more robust action on climate change." Shareholders should have been consulted and voted on committing Equinor to more robust action. on climate change. If a "major" investor group doesn't like this they can sell. I did.
  • n
    nyjets_0001
    Back to 2004, 2009 & 2016 levels. With recent change in ADR fee/tax, this is not time to add.
  • T
    Thomas
    Beware of this Norwegian dinosaur. It failed to meet analyst estimates in the most recent quarter and is basing its forward looking guidance on $70 per barrel oil. OPEC no longer has any long-term power over the market as evidenced by EQNR investors selling it off today i.e. selling when Brent is up more than $1 per barrel today (investors see this as only a temporary bounce). The intelligent investors realize that the current boost in prices is only going to be temporary. With Venezuela likely to turn around once Maduro is gone, and with Permian pipelines poised to go onstream this year, oil in the $40 to $45 range is the most likely long-term scenario. At those prices, EQNR will probably languish in the mid-teens to low twenties for the long term. Because American production will continue to increase with lower break-even costs due to ever improving technology, OPEC will desperately abandon their cutbacks and begin producing all out to avoid being caught with stranded assets once crude demand begins its inevitable downturn. In sum, this is not a good long-term investment because we will, in the not too distant future (if not already), be awash in low-cost oil that will severely limit Equanor's future profitability.
  • C
    Councellor
    36 weeks back, STO was trending between 16 and 18. Today, it is 23ish.. Well, as I said ealier, this sleeping giant will surpass $25 mark easily...Well done STO!!!
  • Y
    YLnavz
    bought 20 stocks of this company. My first energy company in my portfolio. I like how European energy companies are forward thinking compared to their American brethren when it comes to investing in renewable energy. Oil is still important but renewable is the future. It's futile to think that it is not.
  • C
    Carl
    Now this is a company that is an expert in losing billions of cash.
  • C
    Councellor
    EQNR, not STO
  • B
    BRIAN
    Happy Friday board. New to this stock but looks promising
    Bullish
  • C
    Councellor
    Expected 30 but struggling at 26 :(
  • I
    Ivo
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    STO reached a new 52 Week High at 26.63
  • r
    robertr
    Equinor has bought a short term commodities trader (Danske Commodities). This purchase will now allow Equinor to sell their
    product and other commodities at optimal prices. Given the larger volume of energy contracts and multiple customers in Europe, this will enable them to be an influential player in getting most from the product including low carbon sources which they are rapidly building up to enhance their companies strength besides oil and gas. Great company that is going to be a major energy play in not just Europe but in the world. They are will be a multi dimensional energy company in the future. They will not only survive major changes in the future energy market but will lead the parade.
  • D
    Dave W
    this is a solid company...paying a good dividend....getting into other forms of energy besides oil.....well managed...today, some folks are taking some profits....but long term, good investment in a crazy sector
  • R
    Robert ARCHER
    why isn't STO trading?
  • B
    Bill
    This stock has not moved much as oil skyrocketed. What's up?
  • E
    Eric
    with the selling ahead of time it seems the results were known by insiders
  • C
    Councellor
    Very strong Balance Sheet. Once oil recovers (cannot stay $30s or $20s forever). This has chances to move from $9 to $30 per share. EBITDA is excellent; lots of cash; lower debt.
    Financial Highlights
    Fiscal Year
    Fiscal Year Ends
    Dec 31, 2019
    Most Recent Quarter (mrq)
    Dec 31, 2019
    Profitability
    Profit Margin
    2.93%
    Operating Margin (ttm)
    17.94%
    Management Effectiveness
    Return on Assets (ttm)
    6.12%
    Return on Equity (ttm)
    4.40%
    Income Statement
    Revenue (ttm)
    62.91B
    Revenue Per Share (ttm)
    18.92
    Quarterly Revenue Growth (yoy)
    -31.40%
    Gross Profit (ttm)
    23.72B
    EBITDA
    20.68B
    Net Income Avi to Common (ttm)
    1.84B
    Diluted EPS (ttm)
    0.55
    Quarterly Earnings Growth (yoy)
    N/A
    Balance Sheet
    Total Cash (mrq)
    12.6B
    Total Cash Per Share (mrq)
    3.8
    Total Debt (mrq)
    29.03B
    Total Debt/Equity (mrq)
    70.54
    Current Ratio (mrq)
    1.27
    Book Value Per Share (mrq)
    12.42
    Cash Flow Statement
    Operating Cash Flow (ttm)
    13.75B
    Levered Free Cash Flow (ttm)
    7.1B
  • T
    Thomas
    It looks like the oil glut is returning, and Equinor must be able to keep growing earnings with $55-$60 per barrel oil. It can do this by continuing to lower costs and expanding its production. Shale's break even point for most areas range between the high $30's to mid $40's, so American production will continue to grow at current prices. Additionally, the global economy is slowing. Factor in relentless progress in energy efficiency and a strengthening dollar and Equinor's share price will probably stagnate at this point or even decline to the $20-$25 dollar range. Keep your powder dry until oil fundamentals improve and the higher cost producers shut down again or until OPEC tightens the supply again.