STL.OL - Statoil ASA

Oslo - Oslo Delayed price. Currency in NOK
161.30
-0.70 (-0.43%)
At close: 4:25PM CEST
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Previous close162.00
Open161.10
Bid161.30 x 200800
Ask161.40 x 502000
Day's range160.60 - 162.00
52-week range129.30 - 163.50
Volume2,576,762
Avg. volume2,812,785
Market cap531.42B
Beta1.12
PE ratio (TTM)-713.72
EPS (TTM)-0.23
Earnings date26 Oct 2017
Forward Dividend & Yield0.88 (4.64%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-12
1y target est19.31
  • Statoil CEO Saetre on Oil Demand, Pricing, Exploration
    Bloomberg Video13 hours ago

    Statoil CEO Saetre on Oil Demand, Pricing, Exploration

    Oct.18 -- Eldar Saetre, chief executive officer at Statoil, ASA, discusses global oil demand as he sees prices at the low end of the cycle. He speaks with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    Statoil launches world's 1st floating wind farm, aims to cut costs

    Norway's Statoil expects floating wind power costs to fall to 40-60 euros per megawatt-hour by 2030, the company said on Wednesday after launching the first floating wind farm off Scotland. The 2-billion-crown ...

  • World’s First Floating Wind Farm Begins Operating in Scotland
    Bloomberg15 hours ago

    World’s First Floating Wind Farm Begins Operating in Scotland

    The world’s first floating offshore wind farm started delivering electricity to the grid in the north of Scotland.

  • GlobeNewswire18 hours ago

    Statoil ASA: Statoil's share saving plan allocates shares

    The shares purchased by DNB on behalf of Statoil ASA (OSE: STL, NYSE:STO) on 13 October 2017 for use in the group`s Share Saving Plan have on 18 October 2017 been distributed to the employees in accordance ...

  • Arctic Oil Promise Keeps Norway's Disappointed Wildcatters Going
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Arctic Oil Promise Keeps Norway's Disappointed Wildcatters Going

    It’s been a bad year for oil explorers in Norway’s Arctic: a record campaign in the Barents Sea yielded little; the most exciting well in years proved to be a flop; and Norwegians grew increasingly skeptical ...

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] Chevron Loses Taste for Oil in Great Australian Bight

    The U.S. company has abandoned plans for deep-water exploration wells in the 1,000-mile stretch of ocean off southern Australia, citing low oil prices.

  • Chevron abandons Great Australian Bight drill plans
    AFP6 days ago

    Chevron abandons Great Australian Bight drill plans

    Chevron had planned to drill exploration wells to look for oil or natural gas after acquiring two deepwater blocks spanning more than 32,000 square kilometres (12,355 square miles) off the pristine South ...

  • Norway remains among world's top 10 places to discover oil: WoodMackenzie
    Reuters6 days ago

    Norway remains among world's top 10 places to discover oil: WoodMackenzie

    Norway remains among the top 10 places to find oil worlwide, with the Arctic region still having much potential despite recent disappointing exploration results, consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie said on Thursday. Earlier this week Norway's Statoil reported yet another dry well in the Barents sea, some 100 kilometres northwest of the Johan Castberg discovery. "Exploration has been very disappointing over the few past years, the Barents hasn't lived up to expectations.

  • Oilprice.com7 days ago

    Can Deep Water Wind Farms Power The World?

    A recent study suggests that deep water windfarms could meet all of the world’s electricity demand in the future. What’s ahead for wind?

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Statoil gas output to be reduced by 5.8 mcm/day on Oct. 12-14

    OSLO (Reuters) - Statoil's gas output will be reduced by 5.8 million cubic metres per day from Oct. 12 at 0600 CET (0400 GMT) until Oct. 14 at 0600 CET (0400 GMT), the company said on Wednesday. "Decreased ...

  • Statoil Makes One Discovery, Two Wells Turn Out Dry Off Britain
    Zacks7 days ago

    Statoil Makes One Discovery, Two Wells Turn Out Dry Off Britain

    Statoil (STO) explores one discovery, one dry well and one non-commercial find during its exploration campaign off Britain.

  • Eni, Statoil & TOTAL May Divest Teesside Terminal Stake
    Zacks8 days ago

    Eni, Statoil & TOTAL May Divest Teesside Terminal Stake

    The sale of Teesside oil terminal stakes could rake in roughly $400 million for Eni (E), TOTAL S.A (TOT) and Statoil ASA (STO).

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Ireland's Corrib gas field output to resume Wednesday - Statoil

    OSLO (Reuters) - The outage at Ireland's Corrib gas field is expected to end on Wednesday at 0800 GMT, Norway's Statoil (STL.OL) said in a statement on Tuesday. The Corrib field's output, which has been ...

  • Statoil Awards Twin ISO Services Contract for NCS Installations
    Zacks9 days ago

    Statoil Awards Twin ISO Services Contract for NCS Installations

    Statoil (STO) awards twin contracts worth NOK 7 billion for ISO services (insulation, scaffolding and surface treatment) for the NCS.

  • Statoil's Arctic, UK drilling campaigns yield disappointing results
    Reuters9 days ago

    Statoil's Arctic, UK drilling campaigns yield disappointing results

    Norway's Statoil (STL.OL) reported disappointing outcomes from three oil and gas exploration wells on Monday, one in the Norwegian Arctic and two in the British North Sea, while a fourth well in British waters found only moderate quantities. Statoil's failure to strike oil at Norway's Koigen Central capped a disappointing year for the firm in the Barents Sea, where four wells were dry or contained non-commercial volumes, and one found an oil discovery too small to develop on its own. In Britain, Statoil announced its Verbier well had proved 25-130 million barrels of oil (boe), its biggest find outside of Norway this year, while the Mariner Segment 9 found non-commercial volumes and a third well, Jock Scott, was dry.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Statoil's Arctic, UK drilling campaigns yield disappointing results

    OSLO, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - Norway's Statoil (LSE: 0M2Z.L - news) reported disappointing outcomes from three oil and gas exploration wells on Monday, one in the Norwegian Arctic and two in the British North Sea, while a fourth well in British waters found only moderate quantities. Statoil's failure to strike oil at Norway's Koigen Central capped a disappointing year for the firm in the Barents Sea, where four wells were dry or contained non-commercial volumes, and one found an oil discovery too small to develop on its own.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Total, Eni, Statoil seek buyers for North Sea Teesside terminal - sources

    Total (TOTF.PA), Eni (ENI.MI) and Statoil (STL.OL) are seeking buyers for their stake in the Teesside oil terminal in northern England, which receives crude from the Norwegian Ekofisk fields, part of the global Brent benchmark, banking sources said. The sale is run jointly by investment bank Rothschild and may fetch as much as $400 million (304.69 million pounds), according to the sources.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Statoil says two UK exploration wells disappoint, makes one discovery

    Statoil's exploration campaign off Britain yielded one discovery, one dry well and one non-commercial discovery this year, the company said on Monday. Results of the Mariner Segment 9 and Jock Scott wells were disappointing, while the third, a sidetrack to Statoil's Verbier well in the outer Moray Firth, proved at least 25 million barrels of oil. "Whilst the results of the other two exploration wells were disappointing, we are convinced of the remaining, high-value potential on the UK continental shelf," Jenny Morris, Statoil's vice president for UK exploration, said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Statoil says two UK exploration wells disappoint, makes one discovery

    Statoil's exploration campaign off Britain yielded one discovery, one dry well and one non-commercial discovery this year, the company said on Monday. Results of the Mariner Segment 9 and Jock Scott wells ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Statoil to continue Arctic exploration in 2018 despite disappointing campaign

    OSLO, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - Statoil (LSE: 0M2Z.L - news) 's exploration campaign in the Barents Sea was disappointing this year, but the company has firm plans to drill another five wells there in 2018, a spokesman said on Monday. Statoil's last Barents well of 2017, at Koigen Central some 100 kilometres northwest of the Johan Castberg discovery, failed to find hydrocarbons, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said earlier. In five exploration wells drilled by Statoil in the Barents Sea this year, the company made only one small oil discovery.

  • Statoil Buys Scatec Solar Stake, Forays in to Solar Power
    Zacks13 days ago

    Statoil Buys Scatec Solar Stake, Forays in to Solar Power

    Statoil (STO) inks agreement with Scatec Solar to farm in the construction ready 162 megawatt Apodi solar asset in Brazil.

  • Statoil (STO) & Partners Ink Agreement to Build CO2 Storage
    Zacks14 days ago

    Statoil (STO) & Partners Ink Agreement to Build CO2 Storage

    Statoil ASA (STO) along with Norwegian subsidiaries of Royal Dutch Shell and Total have ink partnership agreement relating to advancing the development of carbon storage on the NCS.

  • TechnipFMC Receives EPCI Contract in Brazil From Statoil
    Zacks15 days ago

    TechnipFMC Receives EPCI Contract in Brazil From Statoil

    TechnipFMC (FTI) will work on a new production platform in the project located offshore Brazil.

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    Statoil: Ireland's Corrib gas outage extended to Oct. 5

    An ongoing reduction in the output of Ireland's Corrib gas field has been extended by 24 hours to Oct. 5 at 0600 CET , Norway's Statoil said in a statement. The Corrib field's output will still be reduced ...

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Shell nabs Sinochem crude trader for Singapore desk

    LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) has hired a former manager in Sinochem's London office to help bolster its crude oil trading into the Chinese market, sources told Reuters. Zheng Qingpu, who worked as the deputy general manager for Sinochem in London, has joined the Shell crude oil trading desk in Singapore, the sources said. Major trading houses and independent oil firms are chasing qualified and well-connected staff for their Asia trading desks, spurred on by the opening up of China's oil imports to include independent refineries.

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