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Integrated Energy Losses this Week: IMO, PBR, YPF, RDS.A, CEO
In this part of our series, we’ll look at the biggest losses in the US integrated energy sector for the week that began on March 12.
Integrated Energy Gainers This Week: PBR, IMO, E, XOM, and YPF
Petrobras (PBR) is the top gainer this week from the integrated energy sector.
More about KBR’s Major Clients
Clients and their sectors KBR (KBR) has a diverse customer base. According to KBR, its customers are “domestic and foreign governments, international and national oil and gas companies, independent refiners, petrochemical producers, fertilizer producers and manufacturers.” Revenue from overseas operations represented 63%, 57%, and 51% of KBR’s total revenue in 2014, 2015, and 2016, respectively. In this part, we’ll look at […]
A Look at KBR’s Subsidiaries
Primary subsidiaries Previously, we discussed various acquisitions completed by KBR (KBR). Let’s now take a look at some of KBR’s subsidiaries and how they fit into the big picture for the company. Energy and construction Granherne, a KBR technology and engineering subsidiary, operates in the oil and gas industry. Granherne provides front-end engineering and design services […]
Which Energy Stocks Rose the Most Last Week?
Sanchez Energy (SN) rose 20.7% between June 9 and June 16, 2017.
Performance of Companies in Energy, Mining Sectors on September 7
Companies in the energy sector were mixed on Wednesday, September 7. At 3:05 PM EDT, the United States Oil ETF (USO) and the PowerShares DB Oil ETF (DBO) rose by ~1.2% and ~1.4%, respectively.
What’s the Sector Composition of the Scout International Fund?
The Scout International Fund invests in established companies that are either headquartered outside the US or whose main business is carried out internationally.
Analyst Recommendations for Total: Majority Says ‘Buy’
Five of the seven firms covering Total (TOT) have rated it a “buy” or “outperform.”
The Harding Loevner International Equity Portfolio’s Moves in YTD 2016
The Harding Loevner International Equity Portfolio (HLMNX) invests in developed markets except the US, as well as in established companies from emerging and frontier markets.
Why Are Most Analysts Recommending ‘Hold’ for BP?
Three of ten companies surveyed have rated BP a “buy” or “outperform.” The highest 12-month price target for BP stands at $43, indicating a 26% rise from its current levels.
Do Eni’s Stock and Oil and Natural Gas Prices Correlate?
Eni is insulated to a certain extent from oil price volatility due to its integrated model. However, the company is not immune to changes in oil prices.
Why a Production Freeze Is Fruitless without Saudi Arabia
The cost of production per barrel of crude oil is $17.20 in Russia—compared to $9.90 in Saudi Arabia. The cost only includes operational and capital expenditure.
How Has 2016 Treated HLMNX So Far?
The HLMNX’s standard deviation, or the volatility of returns, in the one-year period until February 29 was 15.2%.
How Is YPF Trading Versus Its Key Moving Averages?
On March 4, YPF’s (YPF) 20-day moving average crossed above its 100-day moving average, reflecting a strong rising trend in the stock.
What Do Analysts Expect from Canadian Oil and Gas Companies?
Canadian oil and gas companies such as Imperial Oil, Suncor Energy, and Advantage Oil & Gas were trading at an average of 13% below their 100-day moving averages.
What’s the Break-Even Cost for the Top Oil Exporters?
Venezuela accounted for 17.5% of the world’s total proved crude oil reserves in 2014. BP (BP) conducted a study. It’s break-even cost is ~$23.50.
Analyzing the Break-Even Cost of the Top Producers
Kuwait has the lowest production cost of ~$8.5. It takes a break-even cost of $12.3 in the UAE (United Arab Emirates) to produce one barrel of crude.
The Break-Even Costs of the World’s Top Oil Producers
Venezuela accounted for 17.5% of the world’s total proven crude oil reserve in 2014. According to a study by BP, Venezuela’s break-even cost is ~$23.5.
How the Fed’s Rate Hike Impacted Different Energy Streams
How does the Fed’s hike impact different energy streams? A rising interest rate hurts the financials of oil and gas exploration and production companies.
How Long Can the Price War Continue in Crude Oil?
According to data compiled by Rystad Energy, the cost of production per barrel of crude oil is $17.20 in Russia—compared to $9.90 in Saudi Arabia.
Crude Is Approaching the Break-Even Rate for the US
Crude is below $40 per barrel. It’s already below the break-even rate for Brazil and Canada. The break-even rate for the US is near $36.20.
Why Can Russia Compete with Saudi Arabia?
The cost of production per barrel of crude oil is $17.20 in Russia—compared to $9.90 in Saudia Arabia. Russia accounts for 6.1% of the world’s total crude oil reserve.
A Review of Proven Oil and Gas Reserves for Indonesia and Others
As per the BP statistical review of the world’s proven oil reserves until 2014, Indonesia (EIDO) had 3,700 million barrels, while OPEC had ~1,216,000 million barrels.
A Look into the Cash Flows of US and Canadian Energy Companies
The ratios of cash generated to cash required for Suncor Energy, ExxonMobil, Chevron, and Imperial Oil were 1.05x, 1.0x , 0.72x, and 0.76x in 3Q15.
Civeo to cut costs, pursue additional revenue opportunities
Civeo is also expected to benefit in 2015 from its recently completed McClelland Lake Lodge, the majority of whose rooms are under contract through the first quarter of 2017.