Total SE is a French multinational integrated oil and gas company founded in 1924 and one of the seven “Supermajor” oil companies in the world. Its businesses cover the entire oil and gas chain, from crude oil and natural gas exploration and production to power generation, transportation, refining, petroleum product marketing, and international crude oil and product trading. Total is also a large scale chemicals manufacturer. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.
|Updated||10/02/2020||FCF CAGR 5Y||-219,95%|
|Code||NYSE:TOT||BVPS CAGR 5Y||3,24%|
|Moat||3||D/E Avg 5Y||0,52|
|Cust. Base||2||EPS/Div. Avg 5Y||1,16|
|Beta||0,72||FCF/Div. Avg 5Y||0,57|
|Div. Streak||35||R&D Avg 5Y||0,00%|
|Div. CAGR 5Y||1,37%||ROA Avg 5Y||3,38%|
|Payout Avg 5Y||91,12%||ROE Avg 5Y||7,55%|
|EPS CAGR 5Y||14,06%||ROIC Avg 5Y||5,01%|
|Revenues||165 357||149 743||171 493||209 363||200 316|
|Earnings||4 786||6 206||8 299||11 550||11 438|
|Equity||95 409||101 574||114 037||118 114||119 305|
|Total Debt||57 134||56 987||52 436||53 435||62 592|
|Payout Ratio %||125,00%||107,57%||84,13%||69,58%||69,30%|
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10/02/2020 – French oil major Total SE (TOT) has shown real consistency in its dividend policy for 35 years despite having its score impacted by a lack of dividend growth. Its long-term strategy towards cleaner energy and towards a 50% share of sales in the natural gas business by 2050 makes it a better suited, stronger competitor in the global energy business. The calculated FCF CAGR 5Y is negative because of negative cash flow figures in 2015 and 2016, actually Free Cash Flow turned positive in 2017 from -$5.186bn in 2015 to $12.875bn in 2019, meaning that the FCF/Share is positive too at $4.95 in 2019, up 71.43% from 2018.