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CNN —Nearly four years ago, while campaigning in the runup to the last presidential election, Donald Trump warned that President Joe Biden would “destroy” the oil industry. In the last three and a half years, US oil production — and oil and gas company profits — have broken records. That’s a 160% jump compared to the first three years of the pro-big-oil Trump administration, according to calculations by CNN. However, in March, the Biden administration approved ConocoPhillips’ massive Willow oil drilling project on Alaska’s North Slope, which holds around 600 million barrels of oil, angering climate advocates. Despite his mixed record with oil and gas companies, though, Biden has presided over a historic run for the industry, Kloza said.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden, That’s, , Tom Kloza, , Hess, Chevron’s, Abdullah Hasan, Darren Woods, Mike Wirth, Woods, Obama, Bob McNally, Kloza, ” Kloza, “ It’s Organizations: CNN, Global, ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Resources, Schlumberger, Oil Price Information Service, US Energy Information Administration, Oil, Natural Resources, Exxon, White, Shareholders, Microsoft, Apple, The Washington Post, Keystone XL, Rapidan Energy Group, Republican Locations: United States, Ukraine, Boon, dealmaking, The
Big oil shareholders could get a lot richer
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( Nicole Goodkind | )   time to read: +7 min
New York CNN —Big oil just got bigger, and shareholders could soon be getting richer. Dollar Tree will reopen these stores with its own products under its brand beginning in the fall, reports my colleague Nathaniel Meyersohn. Dollar Tree, a national company with mostly suburban locations, primarily offers discretionary merchandise like party supplies and home goods. Dollar Tree also owns Family Dollar, based mostly in cities. Family Dollar has underperformed Dollar Tree and other discount chains in recent years, and it’s closing 975 stores.
Persons: Stewart Glickman, , “ it’s, Stewart, Hess, McDonald’s, Joe Erlinger, , Danielle Wiener, Bronner, they’re, Chris Kempczinski, ” Read, Nathaniel Meyersohn Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, ConocoPhillips, Marathon, Diamondback, Endeavor Energy Partners, , McDonald’s, America, Mac, Locations: New York, multibillion, McDonald’s USA, U.S, Arizona , California , Nevada, Texas, Virginia, West Coast
ConocoPhillips said Wednesday it had agreed to buy Marathon Oil in an all-stock deal worth $22.5 billion, including about $5.4 billion of debt. Marathon Oil shareholders will receive 0.255 ConocoPhillips shares for each Marathon share they own, representing a 14.7% premium to the closing price on Tuesday. Shares of Marathon (MRO) were up more than 10% in premarket trade, while Conoco (COP) stock was down about 2%. “This acquisition of Marathon Oil further deepens our portfolio and fits within our financial framework, adding high-quality, low cost of supply inventory,” Ryan Lance, ConocoPhillips CEO, said in a statement. Until 1962, Marathon Oil was called The Ohio Oil Company, which was founded in 1887 and was bought two years later by John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil.
Persons: Hess, ” Ryan Lance, John D, Lee Tillman, ” Tillman Organizations: London CNN, Big Oil, ConocoPhillips, Oil, Marathon Oil, Occidental, Diamondback Energy, Endeavor Energy Partners, Marathon, Financial Times, Devon Energy, Ohio Oil Company Locations: Conoco, Houston, multibillion
Another mega oil dealBullish predictions for $100 crude oil may not have come to fruition, but that hasn’t stopped the deal frenzy in the fossil fuel sector. The latest: The Houston-based company ConocoPhillips has agreed to acquire its smaller rival, Marathon Oil, in an all-stock deal that values the company at $22.5 billion, including debt. The news comes a day after Hess shareholders approved Chevron’s $53 billion takeover in a contentious vote. The oil majors have pulled off some of the biggest deals in the past year despite tough regulatory scrutiny from the Biden administration and volatility in the oil market. Still, the U.S. giants are sitting on record profits, giving them the firepower to acquire smaller drillers with operations in the oil-rich Permian Basin and in the Gulf of Mexico.
Persons: hasn’t, Hess, Biden Organizations: ConocoPhillips, Marathon Oil Locations: Houston, U.S, Gulf of Mexico
A large oil industry deal advanced on Tuesday after shareholders of Hess approved a proposed sale of the company to Chevron for $53 billion. Control over one of the most prized oil assets, off the shores of Guyana, is at stake in the deal, which still faces significant hurdles. Exxon is contesting Chevron’s acquisition of Hess by arguing that Hess can’t sell itself without allowing Exxon to buy its stake in the Guyana project. Chevron and Hess have said Exxon’s interpretation of the terms of Exxon and Hess’s partnership is incorrect. But Hess prevailed at its shareholders’ meeting on Tuesday in convincing a majority that the deal was in their best interest.
Persons: Hess Organizations: Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Exxon Locations: Guyana, sweetening
America’s two largest energy companies, Exxon Mobil and Chevron, are jousting over a prized new source of oil in the waters off Guyana, in Latin America. The conflict is creating doubts over Chevron’s bid to acquire Hess Corp. for $53 billion, announced in October. With just 800,000 people, Guyana, long one of Latin America’s poorest countries, is now being compared to Qatar, the natural gas-rich Persian Gulf emirate. Exxon has raised concerns over Chevron’s effort to gain entry to this petroleum bonanza through a proposed purchase of Hess’s 30 percent stake in Stabroek. Exxon owns 45 percent of Stabroek and is the operator or manager of the area.
Organizations: Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Hess Corp, Exxon Locations: Guyana, Latin America, Qatar, Stabroek
Investors Hope the Dogs of the Dow Can Find Their Bite
  + stars: | 2024-01-13 | by ( Charley Grant | )   time to read: 1 min
Chevron’s stock is one of this year’s 10 Dogs of the Dow. Photo: Paul Hennessy/Zuma PressThe Dogs of the Dow weren’t the best in show last year, but the recent rally in beaten-down corners of the stock market is giving hope to fans of the popular contrarian investment strategy. The approach calls for buying the 10 stocks with the highest dividend yields of the 30 Dow components at the beginning of a year—the Dogs of the Dow—and holding them over the next 12 months. The group of stocks is rebalanced at the end of each year to maintain an investment in the top 10 dividend payers.
Persons: Paul Hennessy Organizations: Dow, Zuma
“The tax benefits were definitely factored into how Chevron valued Hess,” said Donald Williamson, an accounting professor at American University’s Kogod School of Business. “When you combine the companies, we have the greater U.S. income, and we can use those net operating losses,” he said. The bottom line effect, when that loss limit is multiplied by the U.S. federal tax rate of 21%, is extra cash flow that could top $400 million a year. “There’s a strong and appropriate case to increase the corporate income tax rate.”Last year, corporate tax revenue totaled a record $425 billion, according to the Congressional Budget Office. Over the past decade, Chevron's current U.S. federal tax expense has averaged $40 million a year.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Hess, , Donald Williamson, , Pierre Breber, Williamson, Jim Seida, Jean Ross, Exxon, Darren Woods, ” Woods, Tim McLaughlin, Marguerita Choy Organizations: Chevron, Hess, REUTERS, Kogod School of Business, Internal Revenue Service, U.S, University of Notre Dame, Center for American Progress, Congressional, Graphics, Exxon Mobil, Pioneer Resources, Exxon, Reuters, Boston College, Thomson Locations: U.S, Chevron
These Oil Giants Don’t Seem Tempted by Merger Mania
  + stars: | 2023-11-02 | by ( Carol Ryan | )   time to read: 1 min
Shell released solid third-quarter results on Thursday. Photo: Jason Alden/Bloomberg NewsOil bosses in Europe are intent on closing the valuation gap with their American rivals. This doesn’t automatically mean they will follow Exxon Mobil and Chevron down the megamerger path. “M&A is not really on our minds, if I’m honest,” BP interim boss Murray Auchincloss said on the company’s earnings call this week when asked for his reaction to Exxon Mobil and Chevron’s recent multibillion-dollar spending spree.
Persons: Shell, Jason Alden, Murray Auchincloss Organizations: Bloomberg News Oil, Exxon Mobil, Chevron Locations: Europe
But while gas shortages are unlikely in Europe this winter, the price of the fuel remains a worry. According to S&P Global, about one-fifth of global LNG supply travels through the channel on Iran’s south coast. In a less jittery market, neither incident may have had the effect it did, helping boost European gas prices by more than 40% over the course of a single week. High gas prices have presented a persistent economic headwind for Europe's biggest economy due to its reliance on energy-intensive industries. Together, these milestones should push European gas prices down to €30 ($32) per megawatt hour by the end of next year, Weatherburn added.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and 22 other Democratic senators are urging federal regulators to investigate multibillion-dollar acquisitions by oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron, saying the deals could lead to higher prices at the gas pump. “These deals are likely to harm competition, risking increased consumer prices and reduced output throughout the United States,'' the senators wrote. Chevron, Exxon and other oil companies have announced huge profits from strong energy prices and demand since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. Exxon reported $9.1 billion in profits in the quarter that ended Sept. 30, while Chevron reported $6.5 billion in profits. Environmental groups hailed the call for an investigation of what some called “merger mania” within the oil industry that threatens competition.
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Exxon's, Chevron’s, Minnesota Sen, Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Bernie Sanders, Chevron, Hess, Lukas Ross, , ” API's Bethany Williams, Schumer Organizations: WASHINGTON, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Federal Trade Commission, Natural Resources, Hess Corp, Exxon, FTC, Resources, Big Oil, American Petroleum Institute, Senate Commerce, Science, Transportation Locations: United States, Minnesota, Sens, Vermont, Ukraine, Texas, U.S, New York
Why Exxon and Chevron’s Deals Leave Investors Cold
  + stars: | 2023-10-31 | by ( Jinjoo Lee | )   time to read: 1 min
Chevron’s shares are down 12% since news of its acquisition of Hess. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty ImagesU.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron are good at squeezing hydrocarbons out of the ground. Digging for extra Brownie points from investors has been tougher. The companies have tried hard to be attractive, first by continuously demonstrating spending discipline and consistently doling out generous shareholder returns. Most recently, both announced mega acquisitions at reasonable prices.
Persons: Hess, Brandon Bell Organizations: Getty, Exxon Mobil, Chevron
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailChevron’s third-quarter profit slumps, shares fall on earnings missCNBC's Becky Quick reports on the company's quarterly earnings results.
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Oil giants’ wavering discipline
  + stars: | 2023-10-27 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Oil, miniatures of oil barrels and U.S. dollar banknote are seen in this illustration taken, June 6, 2023. The two companies reported somewhat similar results on Friday, with the $420 billion Exxon earning $9.1 billion, and the $279 billion Chevron making $6.5 billion. With more than $110 billion in acquisitions between the two of them, investors might wonder where they will slot in. Exxon returned over $8 billion to investors and Chevron $6 billion, and right now that’s not at the expense of their balance sheets. Over the past decade both stocks have sharply underperformed the S&P 500 Index (.SPX) as they’ve grown their positions dramatically.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Hess, Robert Cyran, Lauren Silva Laughlin, Sharon Lam Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Exxon, Pioneer Natural Resources, X, Investors, Unilever, Thomson
But a couple of the world’s largest oil companies beg to differ – or at least for the future that extends out about three decades. This month, Exxon Mobil and Chevron have together bet heavily on a future their CEOs think will still need a lot of black gold. Hess also has considerable oil and gas assets in the U.S., including the Bakken area of western North Dakota, eastern Montana and southern Saskatchewan in Canada. But equally critical, the moves are important statements that the age of oil remains, despite the release on Tuesday of the annual world energy outlook from the International Energy Agency that forecasts global demand for fossil fuels will peak in 2030. Although he has championed many green energy policies, President Joe Biden also has done little to block the advancement of domestic oil and gas production.
Persons: Hess, ” Chevron, “ Hess, , Dan Pickering, we’re, it’s, ’ –, Fatih Birol, Mike Wirth, , Pickering, Joe Biden Organizations: White, Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Natural Resources, Republican Party, “ Investors, Pickering Energy Partners, Hamas, International Energy Agency, Financial Times, French, U.S . Energy, Administration, Republicans Locations: Brussels, Chevron, U.S, Guyana, North Dakota, Montana, Saskatchewan, Canada, Texas, New Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Israel, Iran, Europe
Chevron Bets on Peak Green Energy
  + stars: | 2023-10-24 | by ( The Editorial Board | )   time to read: 1 min
Images: AP/EPA Composite: Mark KellyThe climate lobby’s pronouncements that the end of fossil fuels is nigh appear as premature as warnings two decades ago that supply would soon run out. Chevron on Monday announced a $53 billion bid for Hess Corp. because it knows the world will need oil and gas for the foreseeable future no matter how much politicians subsidize green energy. Chevron’s Hess acquisition comes on the heels of Exxon Mobil ’s $60 billion tie-up with Pioneer National Resources this month. Higher interest rates are prompting consolidation across the U.S. economy, as smaller, less-capitalized companies struggle to borrow. Oil and gas giants are flush with cash owing to the run-up in prices over the past two years.
Persons: Paul Gigot, Bjorn Lomborg, Mark Kelly, Chevron’s Hess Organizations: Chevron, Monday, Hess Corp, Exxon Mobil ’, Pioneer National Resources Locations: U.S
Chevron to Buy Hess for $53 Billion
  + stars: | 2023-10-23 | by ( Collin Eaton | Peter Stiff | )   time to read: 1 min
Chevron also said that it would boost returns to shareholders. Photo: Philip Gostelow/Bloomberg NewsChevron said it would buy Hess in an all-stock deal worth $53 billion, the second major oil tie-up this month following Exxon Mobil ’s deal to buy Pioneer Natural Resources . The U.S. energy company said buying Hess would upgrade and diversify its portfolio, marking Chevron’s entrance into an Exxon-led partnership overseeing a generational oil find in Guyana, while picking up additional U.S. shale assets largely in North Dakota. Chevron also highlighted the attraction of Hess’s assets in the Gulf of Mexico and its natural-gas business in Southeast Asia.
Persons: Philip Gostelow, Hess Organizations: Chevron, Bloomberg, Exxon Mobil ’, Natural Resources, Exxon Locations: U.S, Guyana, North Dakota, Chevron, Gulf of Mexico, Southeast Asia
Chevron’s $53 billion deal is risky Exxon copycat
  + stars: | 2023-10-23 | by ( Robert Cyran | )   time to read: +4 min
The $318 billion oil giant said Monday it would buy New York-based Hess (HES.N) for $53 billion in an all-stock deal. The main appeal for Chevron is Hess’s 30% stake in a consortium producing oil offshore in Guyana. Importantly, Chevron is catching up to Exxon, which runs and owns 45% of the same Guyana consortium. Higher production in Guyana after 2024 will increase Chevron’s returns, assuming the price of oil remains favorable. Hess owns a 30% share in a consortium in Guyana alongside Exxon, which owns a 45% interest, and Chinese oil company CNOOC, which owns the remaining 25%.
Persons: Hess, It’s, Mike Wirth, Scott Sheffield, John Hess, Hess’s, Lauren Silva Laughlin, Aditya Sriwatsav Organizations: Reuters, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, New York Stock Exchange, Natural Resources, drillers, Brent, Exxon, Pioneer, Exxon Mobil’s, Thomson Locations: New York, Texas, Guyana, Gulf of Mexico
NEW YORK (AP) — Chevron is buying Hess Corp. for $53 billion and it’s not even the biggest acquisition in the energy sector this month as major producers seize the initiative while oil prices surge. Chevron said Monday that the acquisition of Hess adds a major oil field in Guyana as well as shale properties in the Bakken Formation in North Dakota. Hess shareholders will receive 1.0250 shares of Chevron for each Hess share. The boards of both companies have approved the Hess deal, which is targeted to close in the first half of next year. Shares of Chevron Corp., based in San, Ramon, California, declined more than 3% before the opening bell Monday.
Persons: Hess, China’s CNOOC, John Hess Organizations: Chevron, Hess Corp, Exxon Mobil, Natural Resources, China’s, Hess, Chevron Corp Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Guyana, North Dakota, American, Qatar, United States, Mexico, Norway, South America, Australia, San, Ramon , California, New York City
Chevron, the U.S. energy giant, said Monday that it had agreed to acquire Hess, a medium-sized rival, in an all-stock deal valued at $53 billion. The deal marks a further consolidation of the energy industry, especially in the United States, where smaller companies appear to be taking advantage of relatively high oil prices to join forces with bigger players. The transaction follows Exxon Mobil’s $60 billion purchase of shale driller Pioneer Natural Resources earlier this month, another sign of confidence among large industry players in the future of fossil fuels even as policymakers promote cleaner energy sources. Hess would add about 10 percent to Chevron’s overall oil and gas production of about 3 million barrels a day. Mike Wirth, Chevron’s chairman and chief executive, said in a statement that the deal enhances the company’s operations “by adding world-class assets.”
Persons: Hess, Mike Wirth Organizations: Chevron, Exxon Mobil’s, Resources, Chevron’s Locations: U.S, United States
Meanwhile, Meta has struggled with applying its content policies fairly across its platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, according to The Wall Street Journal. Experts say companies often find themselves out of their depth in talking about the knotty topic and that sometimes there’s little benefit to rushing out a statement. Some companies, especially those without operations in the Middle East, have chosen not to speak. In related news: How diplomats from the U.S., Qatar and elsewhere helped free two Americans taken hostage by Hamas. The two were far apart earlier this month on issues including streaming payouts and the use of artificial intelligence.
Persons: Dave Chappelle sparred, driller, Hess Organizations: U.S, Social, Israel, Meta, Facebook, Wall Street, ” Employers, Corporate, Web, Creative Artists Agency, Hamas, Exxon Mobil’s, Natural Resources, Republicans, SAG, . Tax, Big Tech Four, Microsoft, Apple, Nvidia, Nasdaq Locations: Israel, Gaza, U.S, Qatar, Ukraine, Chevron’s, Guyana, Texas, New Mexico
VIEW Chevron to buy Hess Corp for $53 bln in all-stock deal
  + stars: | 2023-10-23 | by ( )   time to read: +4 min
A 3D printed natural gas pipeline is placed in front of displayed Chevron logo in this illustration taken Feb. 8, 2022. The transaction might also create a peculiar coexistence of the United States' two leading oil majors in Guyana... Hess is geared towards crude production, with oil accounting for 60% of its current output which fits in very nicely with Chevron's similarly oil-focused portfolio. On the deal itself, the Chevron-Hess merger is expected to have a significant impact on the shale oil industry with Chevron becoming the second-largest shale producer in the United States. The merger is also likely to lead to increased M&A and industry consolidation in the North America shale sector.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, bode, Hess, John Hess, PETER MCNALLY, VIKTOR KATONA, KPLER Hess, Chevron, ROBIN HELANDER, Seher Dareen, Ron Bousso, Dmitry Zhdannikov, Mark Potter Organizations: Chevron, REUTERS, Chevron Corp, Hess Corp, Exxon Mobil, ROYAL, Third, Natural Resources, Hess, Thomson, & $ Locations: Guyana, Chevron, North Dakota, United States, North America
Hong Kong CNN —Union workers are set to go on strike at Chevron’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in Australia next Thursday, in renewed action that could disrupt about 7% of global LNG supply. The proposed deals had contained improvements in pay and other conditions, leading unions to call off strikes at the time. Fresh strikes could again threaten to disrupt production at Chevron’s hugely significant Wheatstone and Gorgon facilities, located near the coast of Western Australia. In separate statements shared with CNN, Chevron and the alliance said they had worked to draft agreements based on recommendations from Australia’s Fair Work Commission. Chevron added that it remained “committed” to a deal and hoped to resolve the last outstanding issues.
Persons: , , Felix Booth, — Olesya Dmitracova Organizations: Hong Kong CNN — Union, Chevron, Offshore Alliance, CNN, Chevron Australia Locations: Hong Kong, Australia, Western Australia, reneging,
The Tamar field, located 15 miles off Israel’s southern coast, meets 70% of Israel’s energy needs for power generation, according to the US energy company. A prolonged shutdown could lead to a drop in Israeli gas exports to its neighbors, Egypt and Jordan, as well as squeeze an already tight global gas market. For now, Chevron (CVX) continues to supply its customers in Israel and the region with gas from the larger Leviathan platform. Goldman Sachs analysts think the Tamar shutdown has “contributed” to the rally in European gas prices. However, all in all, the consequences for the global gas market would be “very limited,” he added, because Israel isn’t a major supplier.
Persons: Sally Jones, ” Jones, Chevron, , Tamar, , Wood Mackenzie, Goldman Sachs, Simone Tagliapietra, Marc Israel Sellem, Chevron’s Wheatstone, Tagliapietra, Israel, , Israel isn’t, Jordan, Israel’s, Martijn Murphy, Luo, ” Murphy Organizations: New York CNN, Chevron, Israel’s Ministry of Energy, Hamas, CNN, Rystad Energy, International Energy Agency Locations: London, New York, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Europe, Ukraine, Baltic, Australia, Finland, Estonia, Tamar
London CNN —Union members have voted to restart industrial action at Chevron’s liquefied natural gas facilities in Australia, threatening renewed strikes that could disrupt about 7% of global LNG supply. In the past days, the Offshore Alliance had been working with Chevron (CVX) to finalize the agreements, the alliance said in the statement. In Europe, the threat of strikes in Australia had caused a series of spikes in natural gas prices since August. “Persistently high and volatile gas prices will erode European competitiveness, [which is] a longer-term risk,” the credit rating agency wrote. “Gas prices will remain higher in Europe than elsewhere, making energy-intensive sectors like chemicals less competitive.”
Persons: Brad Gandy, , Wheatstone, Daniel Toleman, Wood Mackenzie, “ It’s, , Alex Froley, Russia —, Moody’s Organizations: London CNN — Union, Offshore Alliance, Chevron, Commission, Enterprise, CNN, Fair, ” Workers Locations: Australia, Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Norway, LNG, United States, Qatar, Moscow
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