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      schrieb am 23.05.24 11:11:13
      Beitrag Nr. 169 ()
      ja hab ich auch gelesen. da das unternehmen eine marktkapitalisierung von 290 Milliarden hat, hätte man den 75 milliarden aktienrückkauf doch deutlich am kurs sehen müssen. davon war aber nichts zu sehen. die firma hätte 1/4 ihrer aktien einziehen müssen...
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      schrieb am 23.05.24 03:45:24
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      Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 75.827.464 von Obelix37 am 23.05.24 00:06:42War doch letztes Jahr:
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      schrieb am 23.05.24 00:06:42
      Beitrag Nr. 167 ()
      chevron wollte doch mal für 75 milliarden usd eigene aktien zurückkaufen? weiss da wer was genaueres?
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      schrieb am 27.10.23 13:52:57
      Beitrag Nr. 166 ()
      Chevron’s third-quarter profit slumps, shares fall on earnings miss

      https://www.cnbc.com/video/2023/10/27/chevronas-third-quarte…
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      schrieb am 24.08.23 12:20:39
      Beitrag Nr. 165 ()
      Chevron LNG workers in Australia vote to allow unions to call strikes
      SYDNEY, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Workers at Chevron's (CVX.N) Gorgon and Wheatstone liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities on Thursday voted to allow unions to call for a strike if necessary, raising the possibility of production shutdowns even as both parties continue to negotiate over pay and conditions.

      The Offshore Alliance, which combines the Maritime Union of Australia and Australian Workers' Union, now has the discretion, but not the obligation, to call a variety of strike action but must give Chevron seven working days' notice beforehand.

      More than 99% of the 433 workers that voted were in favour of taking action, which could range from refusing to load tankers or vessels with LNG to complete work stoppages, according to a statement from the union on Thursday.

      Results of another strike ballot for workers at a separate Wheatstone facility are due on Monday afternoon.

      The escalation comes the same day as the unions reached an in-principle agreement with Woodside Energy (WDS.AX) in a similar workplace dispute at its Northwest Shelf LNG facility. Members will vote on whether to accept the deal, and therefore bring an end to the risk of strike action, at 7:30pm (1130 GMT).

      https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/chevron-lng-workers-…
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      schrieb am 11.08.23 01:38:03
      Beitrag Nr. 164 ()
      Koch mal paar std Dring hier aye
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      schrieb am 10.08.23 20:23:35
      Beitrag Nr. 163 ()
      How would a strike at Australian LNG facilities affect gas markets?
      Zitat von Oginvest: LONDON, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Chevron (CVX.N) and Woodside Energy Group (WDS.AX) said on Thursday they are holding talks with unions to avert strikes at Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities that together account for around 10% of global production.

      Concerns over industrial action at Woodside's North West Shelf offshore gas platforms and Chevron's Gorgon and Wheatstone LNG plants sent European gas prices to a nearly two-month high on Wednesday on fears the move would fuel competition between Asian and European buyers for cargoes.

      WHY DOES AUSTRALIAN LNG MATTER?

      Australia has kept its crown as the world’s largest LNG producer, exporting 80.9 million metric tons (MT) in 2022 compared to 79 MT in 2021, according to data from International Gas Union.

      The country's share of the global LNG market is estimated at 20.2%.

      WHO BUYS AUSTRALIAN LNG?

      Roughly three quarters of Australia's LNG exports go to four Asian buyers: China, Japan, South Korea and India, mostly under long-term contracts, and almost none to Europe.

      Consultancy Rystad Energy estimates that China and Japan combined purchased about 26 million metric tons of Australian LNG, more than 60% of the country’s exports, in the first half of 2023.

      HOW MANY LNG FACILITIES ARE THERE IN AUSTRALIA?

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      schrieb am 10.08.23 20:22:39
      Beitrag Nr. 162 ()
      Chevron, Woodside in talks to avert strikes at Australian LNG operations
      Zitat von Oginvest: SYDNEY, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Chevron and Woodside Energy Group said on Thursday they are holding talks with unions to avert threatened strikes at gas facilities that together supply about 10% of the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market.

      Concerns over potential industrial action at three Australian LNG operations - North West Shelf, Gorgon and Wheatstone - sent European gas prices to a nearly 2-month high on Wednesday.

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      schrieb am 27.01.23 13:55:45
      Beitrag Nr. 161 ()
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      Chevron gibt Ergebnisse für das vierte Quartal bekannt
      https://www.chevron.com/newsroom/2023/q1/chevron-announces-4…
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      schrieb am 03.08.22 18:12:21
      Beitrag Nr. 160 ()
      Big Oil offers big returns but keeps spending tight
      The West's energy giants are set to return a record $30 billion to investors after reporting bumper profits in the second quarter of the year following a surge in energy prices.

      But the top five Western oil and gas companies have shied away from investing more of their combined record profits of nearly $60 billion in new production as they weigh the impact of recession and climate change on future fossil fuel demand.

      The reluctance to spend may exacerbate an energy supply crunch that has driven inflation to multi-decade highs and ignited calls from consumers and opposition leaders for governments to increase tax on energy companies.

      The spending approach contrasts with previous cycles of high oil and gas prices, such as the boom of the late 2000s that spurred rapid spending to boost production.

      "Given all the uncertainty in the world, now is not the time to lose discipline," BP Chief Executive Bernard Looney told Reuters after reporting BP's highest profit in 14 years.

      The combined oil and gas output of BP, Shell, TotalEnergies, Chevron and Exxon in the first half of 2022 reached 14.6 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed), some 10% below its pre-pandemic levels, according to Reuters calculations.

      Although some of the companies modestly increased 2022 spending plans in recent days, they remain within previous target spending ranges. Most of the extra funds are focused on projects that can start producing in a short timeframe or to accelerate starting dates for projects already under way.

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      Within the group of leading energy companies, there has been a clear divergence as Exxon, Chevron and TotalEnergies plan to expand output in the coming years, while BP and Shell aim to keep production largely flat.

      Exxon expects its 2022 production to remain unchanged from a year earlier at 3.8 million boed, but plans to grow its output to 4.2 million boed by 2027, with most of the growth coming from U.S. shale and Guyana.

      Chevron, which is investing heavily in the U.S. Permian basin and Kazakhstan, plans an annual growth of 3% over the next 5 years to reach over 3.5 million boed from 2.9 million boed today.

      This year's surge in energy prices is in part the result of years of underinvestment, which meant that when demand recovered from pandemic lockdowns, energy markets were very tight even before the disruption caused by war in Ukraine.

      Shortly after Russia began the invasion it terms a "special military operation" on Feb. 24, gas prices in Europe touched record highs and international benchmark crude reached 14 year-highs.

      The record shareholder returns of $30 billion compare to quarterly pre-pandemic returns of between $16-$20 billion - and they are set to increase again in the third quarter, mainly in the form of buybacks


      https://www.ibtimes.com/big-oil-offers-big-returns-keeps-spe…
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