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Renewable Products debottlenecking: 3.0mt by 2020; potential further capacity build-up
07 Feb 17
THe Q4 results were in line with consensus expectations: comparable operating profit at €262m, comparable net profit at €228m. By division: 1) Oil Products: comparable operating profit was €98m (vs. €91m in Q4 15). The reference margin was $5.2/bbl (vs. $5.7/bbl in Q4 15). The additional margin was $5.3/bbl (as in Q4 15). The utilisation rate at Porvoo was 78% (vs. 80% in Q4 15) and at Naantali 52% (vs. 45%). 2) Renewable Products: comparable operating profit came in at €146m (vs. €231m in Q4 15). The reference margin was $278/t, (up from $209/t in Q4 15 and Q3 16). The additional margin was $187/t (vs. $424/t in Q4 15 and $296/t in Q3 16). 3) Oil Retail: operating profit was €19m (vs. €17m in Q4 15). The division has been renamed “Marketing & Services.” Outlook 2017: - Oil Products: reference margin similar to 2016 on average (c. $4.9/bbl). - Renewable Products: reference margins at around the same level as in 2016 (c. $207/t); the guidance on variable production costs has been reduced to $110/t (vs. $130/t previously). Renewables production capacity should increase to 3.0mt by 2020 (from 2.6mt in 2017) through debottlenecking. New capacity could be built, options include Singapore and the US – feasibility is being evaluated. The board proposes a €1.30 dividend, above consensus estimates (at €1.20 per share).
Q3 misses optimistic consensus
25 Oct 16
Q3 comparable operating profit was €264m (vs. €281m in Q3 15), below consensus estimates (at €278m). By division: 1) Oil Products: comparable operating profit was €120m (vs. €179m in Q3 15). The reference margin was $3.9/bbl (vs. the exceptional $9.1/bbl in Q3 15). The additional margin remained at $5.6/bbl (as in Q1 and Q2 16, vs. $4.1/bbl in Q3 15). The utilisation rate at Porvoo stood at 92% (vs. 96% in Q3 15) and Naantali’s at 63% (vs. 76%). 2) Renewable Products: comparable operating profit came in at €124m (vs. €75m in Q3 15), missing consensus estimates at €141m. The reference margin was $209/t (up from $194/t in Q3 15 and $168/t in Q2 16). The additional margin was $366/t (vs. $176/t in Q3 15 and $366/t in Q2 16). 3) Oil Retail: operating profit was €25m (vs. €27m in Q3 15). Outlook: - Oil Products: reference margins in Q4 are somewhat higher than in Q3; maintenance at the Porvoo refinery, however, should have a €30m impact on EBIT (anticipated from spring 2017); - Renewable Products: reference margin confirmed at around the average level of 2015, with a strong additional margin (also a confirmation); - Capex 2016 confirmed at €450m (higher than previous guidance at €400m). Q3 comparable net profit was €206m (vs. €227m in Q3 15), slightly below consensus (at €212m).
Renewable Products: boosted by the additional margin
28 Jul 16
Q2 comparable operating profit came in at €282m (vs. €78m in Q2 15), well above consensus estimates at €199m. Both Oil Products and Renewable products beat consensus. By division: 1) Oil Products: comparable operating profit was €149m (vs. €14m in Q2 15, when the Porvoo refinery underwent a turnaround), above consensus at €112m. The reference margin was $5.6/bbl (vs. $8.7/bbl in Q2 15). The additional margin remained at $5.6/bbl (as in Q1 16, vs. $2.1/bbl in Q2 15). The utilisation rate at Porvoo stood at 97% (vs. 28% in Q2 15), and at Naantali at 71% (vs. 63%). 2) Renewable Products: comparable operating profit was €119m (vs. €54m in Q2 15), beating analysts’ expectations at €68m. The reference margin was $168/t, (flattish yoy, up from $149/bbl in Q1 16). The additional margin came in at $366/t (vs. $168/t in Q2 15 and up from $270/t in Q1 16). 3) Oil Retail: operating profit was €23m (vs. €22m in Q2 15). Outlook: - Oil Products: reference margins in H2 lower than in H1 due to high global produt inventories; - Renewable Products: reference margin confirmed at around the average level of 2015, with a strong additional margin (also a confirmation); - Capex 2016 confirmed at €400m. Q2 comparable net profit was at €214m (vs. €55m in Q2 15), well above consensus (at €145m).
Q1 conventional and renewable refining miss consensus
27 Apr 16
Q1 comparable operating profit was €175m (vs. €215m in Q1 15), below consensus estimates at c.€200m. Both Oil Products and Renewable products came in below consensus. By segment: 1) Oil Products: the comparable operating profit was €86m (vs. €156m in Q1 15). The reference margin was $4.9/bbl (vs. $7.5/bbl in Q1 15). The additional margin rose to $5.6/bbl (vs. $4.2/bbl in Q1 15 and $5.3/bbl in Q4 15). The utilization rate at Porvoo was 88% (vs. 98% in Q1 15) due to planned maintenance. 2) Renewable Products: the comparable operating profit came in at €80m (vs. €42m in Q1 15). The reference margin was $149/t, (flat yoy, down from $209/bbl in Q4 15). The additional margin stood at $270/t (vs. $186/t in Q1 15), benefitting from the US BTC. 3) Oil Retail: the operating profit was €22m (up from €17m in Q1 15). Outlook: - Oil Products: reference margins supported by good gasoline margins, while the diesel crack spread is expected to remain flat. - Renewable Products: reference margin at around the average level for 2015, strong additional margin. - Capex 2016 confirmed at €400m. Q1 comparable net profit stood at €146m (-3% yoy), missing consensus.
Renewable Products drives Q4 beat, with 2016 reference margins similar to 2015
04 Feb 16
Q4 comparable operating operating profit came in at €352m (+39% yoy), 29% above consensus estimates. This is mainly thanks to Renewable products (€178m, +63% yoy and 30% above expectations), where the company sees refining margins in 2016 at approximately the same average level as in 2015. By segment: 1) Oil Products: comparable operating profit was €91m (vs. €110m in Q4 14). The reference margin was $5.7/bbl, stable yoy, and down from Q3 15 (at $9.1/bbl). The additional margin, at $5.3/bbl ($5.8/bbl in Q4 14) had a negative impact of €18m vs. Q4 14. Utilization rate at Porvoo was 80% (vs. 85% in Q4 14) due to the unscheduled maintenance of a module. The stronger dollar contributed with €34m. 2) Renewable Products: the reference margin was $209/t (flattish yoy). The US BTC contributed €80m more than in Q4 14. The additional margin averaged $424/t (+4% yoy). The stronger dollar had a €28m positive impact. 3) Oil Retail: operating profit was €17m (up from €8m in Q4 14). 4) Others: joint arrangements (including Neste Jacobs, Neste' engineering JV, at 60%, and Nynas, at 50%, with PDVSA) brought a €22m contribution (vs. €1m in Q4 14), raising Others to €15m (vs. -€2m in Q4 14). Q4 comparable net profit was at €295m (+43% yoy), beating consensus. Net cash from operations was at €380m (+8% yoy). Outlook 2016: - Oil products reference margin supported by the gasoline crack spread; - Renewable products reference margins at approximately the same average level as in 2015. 7-week turnaround of the Rotterdam refinery in April-May 16; - Capex at €400m; - Effective tax rate at c.20%.
19 Apr 17
We take a look at the supply and demand dynamics of the world’s largest diamonds. Less than 200 very large (>200 carat) gem quality diamonds have ever been found, yet 23 of these have been found in the past three years. This dramatic increase is being driven by a combination of the rapid increase in the number of billionaires and hence price and demand, combined with technological developments that have improved large diamond recovery and a certain amount of geological good luck.
Small Cap Breakfast
19 Apr 17
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