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Analyst conference Q4 results 2017 and Capital Markets Update 2018, 7 February 2018 in London.
The Statoil share is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker codes STL and STO respectively. The Norwegian state is the largest shareholder with 67% of the shares, managed by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
Capital market updates
In 2014, Statoil started paying its dividend quarterly. After the third quarter of 2015, we started declaring our dividend in USD, and the NOK dividend will be calculated and communicated four business days after the record date for Oslo Børs shareholders.
Q2 CASH DIVIDEND USD
EX. DIVIDEND DATE (OSE)
approx. next payment (OSE)
Our stock market announcements
December 18, 2017
Statoil acquires 25% of the Roncador field in Brazil and advances its strategic partnership with Petrobras to increase recovery
Statoil will acquire a 25% interest in Roncador, a large oil field in the Campos Basin in Brazil.
December 14, 2017
Allocation of Dividend Shares to primary insiders
Reference is made to the announcement by Statoil on 21 September 2017 regarding the participation by the primary insiders in the dividend issues under the scrip dividend programme for first quarter 2017.
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Statoil’s annual reports
All our previous annual reports are available for download here. Our latest annual report (for 2016) was published on March 17, 2017. Please see below.
Annual Report 2016
2016 was another challenging year for the oil and gas industry, but we have worked hard to position Statoil well for the future. We delivered USD 3.2 billion in annual cost savings—above the target for our improvement programme, and have set ambitious new cost targets for 2017, as well as sharpening our strategy.
Safety and security are our top priorities in Statoil. And while 2016 was a year of many achievements, we also experienced the worst thinkable. We had a contractor fatality during construction work in South Korea, and on 29 April we lost 13 colleagues when a helicopter crashed near Bergen. For the year as a whole, our serious incident frequency came in at 0.8, an increase from the two previous years. We are not satisfied with this development and have taken several steps to reinforce safety measures throughout the company.
Although we ended the year with a negative net income of USD 2.9 billion, operational performance remained strong and we delivered our cost improvement programme above target. We have set a new target of USD 1 billion in cost savings for 2017. Production for the full year was 1,978 mboe per day, a slight increase from 2015. Our reserve-replacement ratio (RRR) was 93%.
“High value, low carbon” is at the core of our sharpened strategy, which sets clear principles for the development of a distinct and competitive portfolio.
We intend to maximise value on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, focus and deepen our international upstream business, and build a profitable business with long term potential in new energy solutions.
We believe the winners in the energy transition will be those who can deliver at low cost and with low carbon emissions.
We intend to be part of this transformation, and our Climate roadmap explains how we plan to achieve this and how we will capture business opportunities in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Whom to contact in Investor Relations in Statoil
In most cases, your account registrar will be able to help you with questions relating to your portfolio, dividends and participation at Annual General Meetings. For specific enquiries that must be addressed to our Investor Relations department, please call +47 51990000 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other enquiries, please contact your local Statoil office or our general enquiry line.
Information for analysts
Every quarter ahead of the earnings announcement, Statoil collects earnings and production estimates from the equity analysts currently covering the company. These numbers become a proxy for the market's expectations of our results.
Our debt and credit ratings
Statoil's debt strategy is to support the overall financial flexibility of the group and ensure competitive terms and conditions on long term debt.
For a complete background on our debt and credit ratings, please follow the link below. The page contains full information on our
debt strategy, debt programmes, bond issues, maturity profile, financial ratios, credit facilities and credit ratings. Our contacts are found below.