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Snam S.p.A. (0NQP.IL)

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4.3490+0.0220 (+0.51%)
At close: 05:11PM GMT
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Previous close4.3270
Open0.0000
Bid4.2610 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range0.0000 - 0.0000
52-week range
Volume1,176,912
Avg. volume692,443
Market cap14.759B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.57
PE ratio (TTM)21.74
EPS (TTM)0.2000
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.33 (7.51%)
Ex-dividend date19 Jun 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Italian gas grid operator Snam to invest 11.5 billion euros by 2027

    MILAN (Reuters) -Italy's Snam will invest 11.5 billion euros ($12.5 billion) by 2027 to expand its infrastructure to support the country's energy transition, 15% more than in its previous business plan, the gas network operator said on Thursday. In its new strategy, the state-controlled group will focus on the construction of a new pipeline and the completion of liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure. It will also invest in energy transition businesses including a carbon capture and storage hub and the development of a European hydrogen network.

  • GuruFocus.com

    Snam SpA's Dividend Analysis

    Snam SpA (SNMRY) recently announced a dividend of $0.25 per share, payable on 2024-02-08, with the ex-dividend date set for 2024-01-22. As investors look forward to this upcoming payment, the spotlight also shines on the company's dividend history, yield, and growth rates. Using the data from GuruFocus, let's look into Snam SpA's dividend performance and assess its sustainability.

  • Reuters

    Snam, Eni's carbon capture hub can serve also southern Europe

    A project by Italian gas grid Snam and energy group Eni to capture carbon dioxide and store it in depleted gas fields can help decarbonise businesses both in Italy and in southern European industries, Snam CEO Stefano Venier said. Speaking in the Italian city of Ravenna where the new carbon capture and storage (CCS) hub will be based, Venier said the French high-polluting groups - like cement and steel makers - could find it more convenient to store their carbon dioxide (CO2) in the Italian hub than transport it to Norway where there are some CCS sites already functioning.