|Bid||42.90 x 1100|
|Ask||43.20 x 25000|
|Day's Range||52.49 - 53.18|
|52 Week Range||42.22 - 54.95|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.41|
|Earnings Date||Jul 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.56 (4.80%)|
|1y Target Est||68.48|
TOTAL (TOT) enters into a strategic partnership with CCCC, which expands their current working relationship from Africa to a global scale.
A refinery in Saudi Arabia has shipped its RBOB gasoline to the United States for the first time, a potential precursor for more deliveries to a region where prices are currently at seasonal three-year highs. The 400,000 barrels-per-day Jubail Satorp refinery, a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and French company Total, said in its verified Twitter account that it sent the shipment of reformulated blendstock gasoline - commonly called RBOB - to the United States. It did not say whether those barrels had arrived yet, and its exact destination was unclear.
State-controlled oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA has signed a nonbinding agreement with France's Total SA and its renewable energy arm to assess potential businesses in onshore solar and wind power ...
TOTAL (TOT) completes the acquisition of Direct Energie, which will help it to achieve its renewable energy goal, set for the next five years.
France's Total is working to shift its business model, and at some point, that could turn it into a very different company.
Executives from natural gas companies call their increasingly cheap and plentiful fuel the world’s best answer to climate change: it produces about half the carbon dioxide of coal when burned in a power plant and it can fuel trucks, trains and ships. While some outside the industry see natural gas as but a stepping stone to a future when all energy will be provided by wind, solar and other renewable sources, "This idea of natural gas as a transition fuel to renewables is strange," Total SA chief executive Patrick Pouyanne said. "Natural gas is a solution,” he said this week at the World Gas Conference in Washington, the industry’s biggest global summit.
Some of the largest oil companies on the planet are investing heavily in renewable energy; others are merely going through the motions. Investors should take note.
U.S. natural gas export have a bright future due to rising production and increasing global demand, but a trade war could harm its competitiveness
TOTAL (TOT) 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.
Norway's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday in favour of the government in a lawsuit brought by owners of the Gassled gas network over tariffs, ending a legal fight the owners said raised questions about Norway as an investment destination. Shareholders in Gassled had argued the government acted unlawfully when cutting pipeline tariffs and that it would cost them a combined 15 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.8 billion) in lost earnings through 2028. "There was no ground to make the change in regulation invalid," the unanimous five-strong Supreme Court panel said.
Natural gas can be a permanent solution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and curbing climate change, and not just a step toward full utilization of renewable energy technologies, industry executives said on Tuesday. Once thought of as a clean alternative to crude oil, natural gas has come under attack by environmentalists who want to curb the use of all fossil fuels in a bid to hasten the adoption of solar, wind and other green energies. "This idea of natural gas as a transition fuel to renewables is strange," Total SA Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne said Tuesday at the World Gas Conference in Washington.
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The world’s biggest oil and gas players are gathering for a summit in Washington D.C. this week that will be overshadowed by the specter of shifting trade patterns due to a trade dispute between the United States and China. The uncertainty comes at a historic moment for the United States, which has become the world’s biggest natural gas producer, one of the top crude oil producers, and a growing exporter of both. "The timing is unfortunate," said Charlie Riedl, executive director of the Center for LNG, noting the U.S.-China trade scuffle has ramped up uncertainty just as the next wave of U.S. liquefied natural gas producers are trying to finalize offtake deals needed to start construction.
As the trade war between China and the U.S. continues to escalate, OPEC will be looking on gleefully – ready to take back the Asian market share that it lost over the last two years
OPEC should boost daily output by roughly 1 million barrels over time to keep global crude supply and demand in balance as production dips elsewhere, a leading U.S. shale executive said on Wednesday. U.S. shale producers and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries have started talking after years of acrimony, conscious that a balanced market is in their mutual interest. With oil production dipping in Iran, Libya and Venezuela, and growth in the Permian shale Basin of West Texas and New Mexico crimped by pipeline capacity restraints, the 14-member group should step in, Scott Sheffield, executive chairman of Pioneer Natural Resource Co told Reuters.
TOTAL (TOT) could be an interesting play for investors as it is seeing solid earnings estimate revision in addition to having a robust industry rank.
The incentives are for a new polyethylene plant at Total Petrochemical’s existing facility in Pasadena, Texas, as part of an agreement with Clear Creek Independent School District.
In June 2017, six analysts rated Total, and only one (or 17.0%) rated the stock as a “buy.” In June, only four analysts cover Total, of which two (or 50.0%) rated it as a “buy.” Although Total ranks fourth among the seven integrated energy stocks, the stock has quite low coverage compared to its peers. The implied gains in the stock have expanded due to a higher rise in Total’s mean target price (by 25.0%) compared to an increase in its stock price (by 21.0%) in the past year. This is higher than ExxonMobil (XOM) and Chevron (CVX) but lower than Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) and BP (BP).