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ein Verlierer: Philadelphia Energy Solutions (privat)
ein Gewinner: PBF

--> nicht der einzige Gewinner, da heute alle großen Refiner - vor der US-Reise-Saison - im Plus sind

schon vom 21.6.
PBF Energy Shares Get a Boost From Big Philadelphia Refinery Fire -- Barrons.com
12:16 pm ET June 21, 2019 (Dow Jones) Print

By Andrew Bary

A fire at a big Philadelphia refinery is lifting shares of PBF Energy (PBF), an independent New Jersey-based oil refiner with significant capacity in the mid-Atlantic region.

PBF shares (ticker: PBF) are trading up $2.06, or 8%, to $27.67. PBF stock, however, remains just above a 52-week low of $23.67 set earlier this month and roughly half its high of almost $54 set last October. The shares yield 4.4%.

Wall Street appears to be betting that the fire Friday at the large, privately owned Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery could disrupt the supply of oil products, including gasoline, lift prices, and benefit PBF. The refinery can process 335,000 barrels a day of crude oil, or about a quarter of the refining capacity in the PADD 1 region along the East Coast.

Last month, an entity controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim -- one of the world's richest men -- added to its stake in PBF, purchasing 4.6 million shares. It now controls 12% of the company's shares.

PBF operates two refineries in the region, at Delaware City, Del., and Paulsboro, N.J., that have a combined refining capacity of 370,000 barrels a day. In a client note this morning, Mizuho Energy analyst Paul Sankey wrote that PBF "could be the largest immediate beneficiary" of the fire Friday.

Difficult operating conditions in the refining industry have weighed on shares of many industry participants this year. Reflecting those pressures, PBF last month reported an operating loss of $143 million, or $1.18 a share, in the first quarter of 2019, compared with a loss of $33 million, or 29 cents a share, in the year-earlier period.

Tom Nimbley, PBF Energy's chairman and CEO, said in the company's first-quarter earnings release that "results reflect both the challenging market conditions, in terms of narrow crude differentials and weak product margins, as well as the intentional shift of maintenance into this period of low refining margins."

Speaking at a JPMorgan energy conference earlier this week, Nimbley was upbeat, saying that the company should be a beneficiary of the International Maritime Organization 2020 rules that will limit sulfur content in marine fuel, according to a note from JPMorgan analyst Phil Gresh. Nimbley, Gresh wrote, "still believes IMO 2020 will provide measurable upside to the refining industry despite some uncertainty among investors in the current macro environment."...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.900.054 von faultcode am 27.06.19 00:16:24am Freitag brach das Feuer in der Philadelphia Energy-Raffinerie aus



PBF Energy Registered (A) | 29,88 $
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.900.072 von faultcode am 27.06.19 00:22:29das WSJ meldete heute:

Philadelphia Energy Solutions plans to put the refinery complex up for sale following a fire there last week

...The Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery, the largest and oldest refinery on the East Coast, is shutting down and will be put up for sale, the company’s chief executive said on Wednesday, less than a week after a huge fire and explosion there.

“Today, Philadelphia Energy Solutions made the difficult decision to commence shutdown of the refining complex,” said Mark Smith, CEO of the company, which went through bankruptcy and financial restructuring last year. “While our teams include some of the most talented people in the industry, the recent fire at the refinery complex has made it impossible for us to continue operations.”

Mr. Smith said Philadelphia Energy is committed to an orderly process to safely wind down its operations, and “as part of the wind-down, the company will position the refinery complex for a sale and restart.”

The CEO’s comments confirm statements from Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, who earlier in the day said Philadelphia Energy told his office it planned to shut the refinery down. “I’m extremely disappointed for the more than 1,000 workers who will be immediately impacted by this closure, as well as other businesses that are dependent on the refinery operations,” the mayor said.

He said the city now plans to “focus efforts on determining the future of the refinery [and] assisting PES to transition the site safely.”..

--> dauert aber alles erstmal - Monate.

--> solange solte das v.a. PBF helfen

--> von den anderen unabhängigen (VLO, MPC, PSX, HFC) hat - nach den ganzen Konsolidierungen, Aktienrückkäufen (nicht PBF, MPC) und Dividenden - keiner zum 31.3. viel Geld (mehr) auf der hohen Kante; und Aktien will Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) sicherlich auch nicht in ihrer Lage (mMn)

--> wer soll also kaufen in Philadelphia/USA?

--> ein großer, integrierter? (diese Raffinerie ist sehr alt als Standort, ~150Y, und möglicherweise eher suboptimal - auch vom Zustand her --> siehe eben den nicht kleinen Brand)

--> ein Ausländer in den USA unter Trump?!?
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