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20.08.20 12:38:59
Oil Giant Saudi Aramco Plans Huge Spending Cut for 2021

Saudi Arabia’s state oil company plans to cut capital expenditure to $25 billion or less next year, about half the amount it was originally planning, according to people familiar with the matter.

Saudi Aramco may keep capex, most of which is spent on exploration and production, at a similar level until at least 2023, the people said, asking not to be named as the matter isn’t public yet.

The Dhahran-based firm is having to slash some spending as it looks to pay shareholders a $75 billion dividend this year, despite coronavirus lockdowns causing the price of oil to crash. The company also wants to keep spending reined in while its gearing ratio, debt as a portion of equity, exceeds its target range of 5% to 15%.

“Aramco has a large component of capex that is geared toward new projects that will just get delayed. They don’t want to put pressure on their balance sheet while commodity prices are low,” said David Havens, managing director of energy equity research at SMBC Nikko Securities America. “Also, a big part of it is to protect the dividend.”

Capex for this year will be at the lower end of the $25 billion-to-$30 billion range set in March, Chief Executive Officer Amin Nasser said on Sunday as Aramco announced second-quarter results. A day later, he said 2021 capex would be “significantly” lower than the company’s official guidance of $40 billion to $45 billion.

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The state energy firm is raising debt after slumping crude prices caused profit to fall by 45% in the third quarter. That’s left it unable to generate enough cash to fund investor payouts, almost all of which go to the Saudi Arabian government, which needs the money to plug a widening budget deficit and prop up a slumping economy.

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