- Market Capitalization, $K 29,963,862
- Shares Outstanding, K 1,817,093
- Annual Sales, $ 79,566 M
- Annual Income, $ 165,760 K
- 60-Month Beta 0.70
- Price/Sales 0.40
- Price/Cash Flow 2.56
- Price/Book 0.74
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-2.06 (-11.12%)since 08/21/20
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-3.48 (-17.46%)since 06/22/20
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-15.37 (-48.32%)since 09/20/19
The District Court of The Hague ruled in favor of U.S. energy major Chevron (CVX) in an environmental dispute with Ecuador, while Italy's Eni (E) made a new gas discovery offshore Egypt.
U.S. stock markets closed lower on Thursday as technology sector selloff continued.
With the new discovery, Eni (E) expects more than 4 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in place in the Great Nooros Area.
BP will likely generate majority of power from solar energy since solar projects can be brought online with 18 to 24 months of planning.
Eni's (E) upcoming refinery in Iraq is likely to have a refining capacity of 300,000 barrels per day.
Eni (E) is actively focusing on clean energy since it has been a challenge for energy majors to provide sustainable energy while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Lower production volumes and average realized prices of liquids and natural gas hurt Eni's (E) Q2 earnings.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, TOTAL and Eni
The quarter's extreme volatility presented an opportunity for Shell (RDS.A) and TOTAL (TOT) to rake in massive trading profits - something missing from the books of ExxonMobil (XOM) and Chevron (CVX).
Chevron's (CVX) production of crude oil and natural gas decreased 3.1% from the year-earlier level to 2,988 thousand oil-equivalent barrels per day.