|Bid||36.57 x 0|
|Ask||36.58 x 0|
|Day's Range||36.01 - 36.61|
|52 Week Range||33.52 - 44.91|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.31|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.89|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2019 - Jul 29, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.88 (2.44%)|
|1y Target Est||41.21|
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Imperial announced at its annual meeting of shareholders held on April 26, 2019, that each of the seven nominees proposed as directors of the company and listed in its management proxy circular dated March 14, 2019 were elected as directors.
The Calgary, Alberta-based company said it had profit of 29 cents per share. The results did not meet Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of four analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research ...
Imperial Oil Limited today declared a quarterly dividend of 22 cents per share on the outstanding common shares of the company, payable on July 1, 2019, to shareholders of record at the close of business on June 3, 2019. Imperial has a long and successful history of growth and financial stability in Canada as a leading member of the petroleum industry. The company has paid dividends every year for over a century and has increased its annual dividend payment for 24 consecutive years.
Imperial today released its Energy and Carbon Summary: Positioning for a Lower-Carbon Future. The report outlines Imperial’s commitments to addressing the risks of climate change, while providing energy solutions that enable global economic progress in an environmentally responsible way. Between 2013 and 2017, Imperial reduced the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions from its operated oil sands by 20 percent, and plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensity of these oil sands facilities by 10 percent over the next five years, compared to 2016 levels.
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The landslide election win of a right-leaning, pro-energy industry party in Canada's main oil-producing province of Alberta signals momentum may be building against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau months ahead of a federal election in October. The United Conservative Party (UCP) trounced the left-leaning New Democratic Party (NDP) government in Tuesday's provincial election by tapping into frustration over the economy and a struggling oil and gas industry. "Alberta is open for business!" UCP leader Jason Kenney said in a victory speech in Calgary on Tuesday.
Rich Kruger, chairman, president and chief executive officer, and Dave Hughes, vice president investor relations, Imperial Oil Limited, will host a 2019 First Quarter Earnings Call on Friday, April 26 following the company’s first quarter earnings release.
The amount of oil in storage in Alberta rose in February, monthly data shows, despite moves by the government of Canada's largest crude-producing province to reduce inventories by imposing curtailments on production. The reason is a sharp decline in crude by rail shipments, analysts say. A significantly narrower discount on Canadian crude compared with U.S. barrels as a result of the curtailments has made rail shipments uneconomic.
The Alberta government and oil transportation companies are pressing ahead with plans to move 120,000 barrels per day of crude by rail, ignoring threats to quash the deals from the man tipped to become the province's next premier. Latest polls show United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney is on track to oust the New Democratic Party government in the April 16 election. If successful, Kenney has vowed to rip up contracts signed as part of the NDP government's C$3.7 billion plan to ship more crude out of the province by rail.
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The Canadian oil-producing province of Alberta will increase crude production limits by 25,000 barrels per day in May and a further 25,000 bpd in June, the government said on Monday. The increases mean that by June, oil companies will be limited to 3.71 million bpd of production. Alberta mandated production cuts this year to ease congestion on export pipelines that resulted in crude getting bottlenecked in storage and the discount on Canadian heavy crude widening to record levels.
Canadian E&Ps are delaying or canceling projects, citing long-lasting pipeline woes as a major obstacle for the industry
Imperial said today it has slowed the pace of development of its Aspen in situ oil sands project given market uncertainty stemming from Alberta government intervention and other industry competitiveness challenges. Imperial’s view remains that free markets work and intervention sends a negative message to investors about doing business in Alberta and Canada. “This was a difficult choice in light of our final investment decision on Aspen announced last November,” said Rich Kruger, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Imperial.
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NEW YORK/CALGARY, Alberta, March 10 (Reuters) - North American energy traders are reluctant to take up long-term positions on Canadian crude price moves, preferring to stick to spot deals, as uncertainty around government intervention in the market grows following delays to a critical pipeline project. Enbridge Inc unexpectedly said earlier this month its Line 3 oil pipeline will be delayed until the second half of 2020, dealing another blow to the oil-rich province of Alberta, which is struggling with long-running congestion on export pipelines. Severe pipeline bottlenecks depressed Canadian heavy oil prices to the weakest on record last year, prompting the Alberta government to order mandatory production cuts effective Jan. 1, a move that sent prices sky-rocketing and traders scrambling to cover positions.
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