|Bid||81.12 x 2000|
|Ask||81.13 x 600|
|Day's range||81.05 - 81.41|
|52-week range||76.05 - 93.22|
|PE ratio (TTM)||29.26|
|Earnings date||29 Jan 2018 - 2 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.08 (3.70%)|
|1y target est||83.95|
Exxon Mobil Corp. has joined with seven other big energy companies to reduce pollution from natural gas production, an effort by the industry to present itself as part of the solution as governments and ...
By Ron Bousso LONDON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) joined European peers including Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) and Total (TOTF.PA) in a new initiative to find ways to reduce potent emissions in their ...
Exxon Mobil joined European peers including Royal Dutch Shell and Total in a new initiative to find ways to reduce potent emissions in their rapidly growing natural gas operations. BP, Italy's Eni, Exxon, ...
Stone Energy's (SGY) merger with Talos Energy will create a leading exploration and production firm with extensive operations in offshore resources.
DUBAI/TOKYO/LONDON (Reuters) - Iraq has hired Japan's Toyo Engineering to help build a gas pipeline to Kuwait and a related petrochemical plant as Baghdad looks to reduce flaring and finish paying reparations owed for its 1990 invasion of its neighbour. The project, details of which have not been reported before, would allow Kuwait to diversify its gas imports in the wake a political crisis between Gulf states and major supplier Qatar. It would also deal a blow to Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L), which aimed to be the dominant gas player in Iraq before relations with Baghdad soured following Shell's exit from large oil projects.
Much has been said about the potential of Argentina’s shale, and at last it appears that the South American country is ready to exploit its huge resources
Williams Partners' (WPZ) Gateway Expansion project will provide customers with cost-effective clean energy, significantly reducing the emission of carbon dioxide.
Boring is good if you don't like watching your portfolio, and these two dividend-paying energy names are perfectly boring.
MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Takeover interest in Australia's Santos (STO.AX), a company that not long ago was drowning in debt, shines a spotlight on a burgeoning hotspot for oil and gas producers: Papua New Guinea. The South Pacific nation, one of the world's least explored countries but known for corruption and violence, has become a key source of growth for two of the world's biggest energy companies - ExxonMobil Corp (XOM.N) and Total SA (TOTF.PA) - looking to expand their liquefied natural gas (LNG) businesses. With oil (LCOc1) and gas (LNG-AS) prices recovering this year and LNG demand especially in China skyrocketing, investors are scouring the globe for juicy investments, and Papua New Guinea has landed on their radar.
Shares of Exxon Mobil Corp. fell 1.0% in morning trade Thursday, putting them on course for a fifth-straight loss to an 8-week low, after RBC Capital cut its stock price target on concerns over the potential ...
Shares of Exxon Mobil (XOM) are lower today, following a note of caution from RBC Capital Markets. RBC Capital Markets' Biraj Borkhataria and Thomas Klein reiterated a Sector Perform rating on the stock, but lowered their price target by $5, to $85, writing that while investors may be tempted by its dividend--the shares now yield about 3.8%--that's not the whole story. From the note: Exxon's dividend yield versus the market screens as attractive relative to history, however this ignores a core part of the historical investment case - share buybacks.
Norway's trillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund is proposing to drop oil and gas companies from its benchmark index.
Brazil oil giant Petrobras (PBR) reported disappointing third-quarter earnings on a steeper tax bill and lower sales volumes but had positive free cash flow for the 10th straight quarter.
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