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Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)

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43.44-0.20 (-0.46%)
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Previous close43.64
Open43.23
Bid43.27 x 4000
Ask43.50 x 4000
Day's range42.81 - 43.52
52-week range30.11 - 75.18
Volume18,120,173
Avg. volume22,870,596
Market cap183.674B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.30
PE ratio (TTM)25.87
EPS (TTM)1.68
Earnings date30 Oct 2020 - 03 Nov 2020
Forward dividend & yield3.48 (7.97%)
Ex-dividend date12 Aug 2020
1y target est47.92
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  • Exxon Says 20% of Oil, Gas Reserves Threatened by Low Prices
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    Exxon Says 20% of Oil, Gas Reserves Threatened by Low Prices

    (Bloomberg) -- Exxon Mobil Corp. warned that low energy prices may wipe as much as one-fifth of its oil and natural gas reserves off the books.If depressed prices persist for the rest of the year, “certain quantities of crude oil, bitumen and natural gas will not qualify as proved reserves at year-end 2020,” the company said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday. A 20% hit would impact the equivalent of almost 4.5 billion barrels of crude, or enough to supply every refinery on the U.S. Gulf Coast for 18 months.The company’s massive Kearl oil-sands mine in Alberta was the only specific asset singled as a potential victim of any year-end revision. Imperial Oil Ltd., which is about 70% owned by Exxon and run as a subsidiary, said in a separate filing that an undetermined portion of Kearl’s reserves may be imperiled.Exxon isn’t waiting until the traditional end-of-year period to reasses reserves. After slashing its drilling budget by $10 billion to cope with the virus-driven market collapse, the company on Wednesday said it removed about 1 billion barrels from its books. Most of that involved shale fields, according to the filing.Lone HoldoutThe supermajor also said it plans to increase a credit facility from $7.5 billion to $10 billion in the current quarter.Exxon rose 0.9% to $43.85 on Wednesday at in New York. Imperial rose 1.6%. Kearl accounts for 60% of Imperial’s 3.5 billion barrels of proved reserves.Separately, Chevron Corp. said in a filing Wednesday that it expects to revise its reserves downward by about 10%, mainly in the Permian Basin and Australia.Royal Dutch Shell Plc, BP Plc and Total SE have written off billions of dollars in reserves in recent weeks as the pandemic destroyed oil demand and prices, making some fields unprofitable to drill. Exxon had been the sole holdout during the current crisis, having not revised anything lower until now.Exxon’s last significant reserves revision was in 2016, when it removed some of its oil-sands assets in Canada from its books, though it later added some of these back.Exxon is currently undergoing its annual “very rigorous” process of reviewing the value of assets and should present the results to the board by November, Senior Vice President Neil Chapman said during a call with analysts July 31. While Exxon doesn’t publish commodity price forecasts, unlike European peers, Chapman said they’re “consistent with the range of third-party estimates.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.