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Total SA is Selling Select Oil and Gas Assets to Boost Production and Increase Shareholders' Value Product Image

Total SA is Selling Select Oil and Gas Assets to Boost Production and Increase Shareholders' Value

  • Published: November 2012
  • 5 pages
  • GlobalData

Total SA is Selling Select Oil and Gas Assets to Boost Production and Increase Shareholders’ Value

Summary

Total SA (Total) is planning to sell its oil and gas assets worth around US$15 billion to US$20 billion during the period 2012–2014 to boost oil and gas production and shareholder dividends. The asset sale program has been undertaken as part of the company’s strategy to increase its free cash flows. Total expects that the asset sale program will help the company to boost dividends and increase its oil and gas production by an average of 3% every year during the period 2011–2015.

Scope

- The report highlights Total SA selling select oil and gas assets to boost production and increase shareholders’ value.
- It focusses on Total’s plan to increase free cash flow during the period 2012–2014.
- Geographic Scope- Global

Reasons to buy

- To know about Total SA selling select oil and gas assets to boost production and increase shareholders’ value.
- To understand Total’s plan to increase free cash flow during the period 2012–2014.
- To know about Total's plan to increase oil and gas production by an average of 3% every year during the period 2011 to 2015.

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1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Summary
3 Total SA is Selling Select Oil & Gas Assets to Boost Production and Increase Shareholders’ Value
3.1 Total has been Involved in Several Oil and Gas Asset Sale Transactions Since 2010
3.2 The Oil and Gas Asset Sale Program to Aid Total’s Plan to Increase Free Cash Flow During the Period 2012–2014
4 Appendix
4.1 Sources
4.2 Methodology
4.3 Contact Us
4.4 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Select Oil and Gas Asset Sale Transactions Carried Out by Total and its Subsidiaries, US$MM, 2010–2011

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Total SA, Comparison Between Oil and Gas Asset Sale Deals Value and Number of Completed Asset Sale Deals (US$MM), 2010 to October 2012-
Figure 2: Total’s Operating Cash Flow and Net Investments, 2012
Figure 3: Total’s Projected Oil and Gas Production Growth, 2011–2017
Figure 4: Dividends Paid by Total, €/Share, 2005–Q2 2012

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