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Economics - chevron corp.

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Devika Bhopaul

on 23 January 2014

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Transcript of Economics - chevron corp.

-Second largest integrated company in the U.S
-HQ: San Ramon, California
-Take part in every aspect of crude oil and
natural gas
-Largest producer of geothermal energy Future Plans WHY PICK CHEVRON JOHN WATSON - CEO Sales: $341.91B
Income: $26.18B
Revenue: $222.58B
Total Assets: $232.98B CHEVRON CORPORATION By: Devanshi Dave and Devika Bhopaul ABOUT CHEVRON CONTINUED: 2011: Average Net Production = 2.673 million barrels of oil equivalent per day. Sells Its' Petroleum To: P/E Ratio: 8.70 = Market Value per share / Earnings per share (EPS) EPS: $13.32/year D/E (Debt/Equity) Ratio: 0.09 Annualized Dividends: $3.60 *Chevron generates a profit of $24/barrel of oil compared to $19.80 for Exxon. Why do people invest in Stock Markets? retirement
passing it down the generation
keep the money secure and growing Long-Term Debt: $12.07B ~~Projects on Liquid Natural Gas Plants
~~Deep Water Development
~~Massive Oilfields - Nigeria: building first gas-to-liquid plant which turns natural gas into a high value diesel. - Gulf of Mexico: invested $12 B to build three more fields for a major production of oil by 2015. NUMBERS 1. Market Value for a stock : $188.28 2. Chevron gives quarterly dividends in cash worth $0.90. 3. Over the past 5 years, its earnings increased 8.73% and its revenue increased by 3.58% 4. Its Debt/Shareholder's Equity ratio is very low; 0.09.
This shows that the company is in good condition to handle its obligations. 5. Net Current Assets ($55.72B) > Total Long-term Debt ($12.07B) 6. "We are continually working to improve our processes to reduce pollution and waste, conserve natural resources and reduce potentially negative environmental impacts of our activities and operations." Environment and Energy Efficiency conserve fresh water (reduce, reuse, recycle)
reduce carbon emission
reduce cost
conserve supply
use energy index
use solar plants to produce steam Gold certificate in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Designs. The End Analyst recommendation
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