|Bid||60.64 x 800|
|Ask||60.66 x 800|
|Day's Range||60.19 - 60.70|
|52 Week Range||53.37 - 64.59|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.91 (4.61%)|
|1y Target Est||64.83|
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / June 13, 2018 / If you want access to our free research report on TOTAL S.A. (NYSE: TOT), all you need to do is sign up now by clicking the following link www.active-investors.com/registration-sg/?symbol=TOT as the Company’s latest news hit the wire. On June 11, 2018, the Company announced that it has partnered with Spain’s Repsol S.A., and Algeria’s National Agency for the Valorization of Hydrocarbon Resources ("Alnaft"), which is an agency of Algerian state energy Company SONATRACH, to sign an exploration and development agreement for the extension of the Tin Foye Tabankort (TFT) gas field license.
Farmers will start blockading French refineries and fuel depots of Total SA on Sunday, to protest the company’s decision to import palm oil for a biofuel refinery, Christiane Lambert, president of farmers’ union FNSEA, said in an interview on Franceinfo television. Total has invested 275 million euros ($324 million) to transform a refinery at La Mede, in southern France, into a plant that can make 500,000 tons of biodiesel per year. The company has said that no more than 50 percent of raw material used at the facility will be imported palm oil, and that all suppliers will be certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil.
Royal Dutch Shell took the top spot among oil and gas companies on the Forbes Global 2000's list of the biggest and most powerful public companies, surpassing last year's leader Exxon Mobil Corp. The Anglo-Dutch oil and gas giant ranked 11th among all companies on the list, up from 20th the previous year, mostly because of higher sales due to lofty commodity prices. The Forbes Global 2000 is determined by a composite score of equally weighted measures of revenue, profits, assets and market value.
French oil giant Total SA has long had an appetite for politically risky deals. Now, it’s tapping resources in Russia and other tricky spots across the globe to become one of the world’s biggest natural gas suppliers. Total last month doubled down on Russia by buying a 10% stake in Russian gas producer PAO Novatek’s $26 billion Arctic LNG project.
Ben Lofthouse of Janus Henderson takes advantage of the timing of European companies’ dividend payouts.
PARIS—French auto maker Peugeot PSA said it was halting investments in Iran to comply with U.S. law after the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear accord. Peugeot’s move on Monday deals a major blow to Europe’s efforts to salvage the agreement by keeping European companies operating in Iran. With U.S. sanctions set to be reinstated in the coming months, companies located anywhere in the world risk huge fines from U.S. authorities if they continue to do business in the country.
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Brazilian environmental agency Ibama on Tuesday rejected French oil company Total SA's application for an environmental license to drill in the ecologically sensitive Foz do Amazonas basin. It is the fourth time that Ibama has rejected the application and requested additional information. Ibama said when denying the application for a third time in August that it would give Total one last chance to clarify the application before suspending the process.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia—French President Emmanuel Macron drew a spotlight to growing discord between U.S. and European foreign policy Friday, touting a new multibillion investment in Russia by his country’s top oil company and joining President Vladimir Putin in defense of the Iran nuclear deal. Appearing alongside Mr. Putin at Russia’s main economic forum Friday, Mr. Macron said French major Total SA’s estimated $2.6 billion investment in a giant Arctic natural-gas facility would help French energy security and pave the way for closer business ties between the countries. The agreement, which was signed by Total in Mr. Macron and Mr. Putin’s presence Thursday evening, comes amid the White House’s attempts to isolate the Russian economy in response to Mr. Putin’s alleged meddling in U.S. elections and military interventions in Ukraine.
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Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round" , that Total SA (ADR) (NYSE: TOT ) isn't great, but it's not bad either. If it trades a couple of bucks lower, he's willing to recommend ...
In this morning's lineup are three major industry players, namely: Royal Dutch Shell PLC (NYSE: RDS-B), TOTAL S.A. (NYSE: TOT), and YPF Sociedad Anonima (NYSE: YPF). On Thursday, shares in The Hague, the Netherlands headquartered Royal Dutch Shell PLC recorded a trading volume of 1.30 million shares.
SA signed a deal Thursday to take a 10% stake in a massive Russian gas project, doubling down on efforts to ship supercooled natural gas from the country’s Arctic peninsula. The move builds on Total’s position in the region, giving it a large stake in a project that is expected to eventually produce 535,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day. The company is already involved in the region’s flagship liquefied natural gas project Yamal and owns a 19% stake in both projects’ majority owner, PAO Novatek.
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Total SA will take 10 percent stake in a multibillion dollar liquefied natural gas project in Russia’s frozen north from Novatek PJSC. Total is aiming to become a key global LNG player, competing with Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Exxon Mobil Corp., after it snapped up assets from Engie SA last year. The world’s biggest oil companies are also promoting cleaner-burning natural gas as they attempt to stay profitable, and relevant, in a world that’s increasingly demanding less polluting fuels.
BP (BP) stock has risen 18% in the second quarter, primarily led by surging oil prices and markets. Meanwhile, WTI has risen 14%, and the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) has risen 6%.