Quarterly Upstream Benchmarking of Supermajors – ExxonMobil Leads with Most Remaining Reserves

Among supermajors or the Big Oil considered - Shell, BP, Eni, Chevron, Exxonmobil, and Total – ExxonMobil has the most remaining reserves in producing, planned and announced fields, followed by Shell. Chevron has the highest median for full cycle capex per boe across all of its planned projects expected to start by 2025. Shell leads in terms of forecast total production entitlement in 2020 with more than 1,500 mmboed followed by Exxon Mobil and BP.

Scope

Supermajors total global oil and gas production outlook for 2018 and 2020

Remaining crude oil and natural gas reserves of Supermajors for planned, announced and producing projects

Key economic metrics of Supermajors

Basic corporate metrics of the Supermajors

Mergers and Acquisitions and capital raising activity of Supermajors for 2017

Key Highlights

Among supermajors or the Big Oil considered - Royal Dutch Shell plc, BP plc, Eni S.p.A., Chevron Corporation, Exxonmobil Corporation, and Total S.A – ExxonMobil has the most remaining reserves with 28,069 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe) in producing, planned and announced fields, followed by Shell with 27,012 mmboe.

  • Shell leads in terms of forecast total production entitlement in 2020 with 1,571 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (mmboed) followed by Exxon Mobil with 1,407 mmboed. BP in third, with entitlement of 1,089 mmboed.
  • Chevron has the highest median for full cycle capex per barrels of oil equivalent (boe), with US$18.2 per boe across all of its planned projects expected to start by 2025. Total and Eni follows with US$15.2 per boe and US$14.7 per boe respectively.
  • Chevron has the highest median for break-even oil price, of US$51/bbl, across all of its planned projects expected to start by 2025. Total is second with US$50/bbl.
  • In terms of internal rate of return (IRR), BP has the highest median of 16%, followed by Exxon with 13% across their respective planned projects expected to start by 2025.
  • Among the supermajors, Shell reported the most annual total revenue of US$305,179 million in 2017, followed by ExxonMobil with US$244,363 million.
  • In terms of operating income, ExxonMobil is in the lead with US$18,674 million in 2017, followed by Shell with US$15,481 million.
  • BP reported the most net debt per equity among all supermajors of 0.4 in 2017, followed by Shell with 0.3.
  • Net profit margin in 2017, across supermajors was most for Exxon (12.6%), followed by Chevron (6.8%).
  • Total had the most M&A deals with 20 over the last four quarters followed by Exxon with 18 deals. In Q4 2017, the two companies signed deals worth US$2,376 million and US$1,550 million respectively.
  • Capital raising activity among the supermajors was the most for BP and Chevron, with 10 and 7 deals respectively over the last four quarters.

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Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents 2

1.1. List of Tables 3

1.2. List of Figures 4

2. Quarterly Upstream Benchmarking of Supermajors 5

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1. Table of Contents 2

1.1. List of Tables 3

1.2. List of Figures 4

2. Quarterly Upstream Benchmarking of Supermajors 5

2.1. Key Highlights 5

2.2. Basic Corporate Metrics 13

3. Appendix 16

3.1. Abbreviations 16

3.2. Methodology 16

3.2.1. Coverage 16

3.2.2. Secondary Research 16

3.3. Contact Us 17

3.4. Disclaimer 17

List of Tables

Table 1: Remaining NPV10 of Supermajors (US$ mil) 6

Table 2: Remaining Reserves of Supermajors 6

Table 3: Total Production Forecast of Supermajors (mmboe) 7 ...

Table 1: Remaining NPV10 of Supermajors (US$ mil) 6

Table 2: Remaining Reserves of Supermajors 6

Table 3: Total Production Forecast of Supermajors (mmboe) 7

Table 4: Capex per boe of Planned and Announced Projects by Supermajors (US$) 7

Table 5: Remaining Break-even Oil Price of Planned and Announced Projects by Supermajors (US$/bbl) 8

Table 6: Remaining Break-even Gas Price of Planned and Announced Projects by Supermajors (US$/bbl) 8

Table 7: IRR of Planned Projects by Supermajors (%) 9

Table 8: Remaining Reserves of Producing Projects of Supermajors by Region (mmboe) 10

Table 9: Remaining Reserves of Planned and Announced Projects of Supermajors by Region (mmboe) 11

Table 10: M&A Deal Value and Number of Deals for Last Four Quarters by Supermajors 12

Table 11: Capital Raising Deal Value and Number of Deals for Last Four Quarters by Supermajors 12

Table 12: Total Revenue of Supermajors (US$ bil) 13

Table 13: Operating Income of Supermajors (US$ mil) 13

Table 14: Net Debt to Equity of Supermajors 14

Table 15: Quick Ratio Supermajors 14

Table 16: Net Profit Margin of Supermajors 15

List of Figures

Figure 1: Remaining NPV10 of Supermajors 6

Figure 2: Remaining Reserves of Supermajors 6

Figure 3: Total Production Forecast of Supermajors 7

Figure 4: Capex ...

Figure 1: Remaining NPV10 of Supermajors 6

Figure 2: Remaining Reserves of Supermajors 6

Figure 3: Total Production Forecast of Supermajors 7

Figure 4: Capex per boe of Planned and Announced Projects by Supermajors 7

Figure 5: Remaining Break-even Oil Price of Planned and Announced Projects by Supermajors 8

Figure 6: Remaining Break-even Gas Price of Planned and Announced Projects by Supermajors 8

Figure 7: IRR of Planned Projects by Supermajors 9

Figure 8: Remaining Reserves of Producing Projects of Supermajors by Region (mmboe) 10

Figure 9: Remaining Reserves of Planned and Announced Projects of Supermajors by Region 11

Figure 10: M&A Deal Value and Number of Deals for Last Four Quarters by Supermajors 12

Figure 11: Capital Raising Deal Value and Number of Deals for Last Four Quarters by Supermajors 12

Figure 12: Total Revenue of Supermajors 13

Figure 13: Operating Income of Supermajors 13

Figure 14: Net Debt to Equity of Supermajors 14

Figure 15: Quick Ratio of Supermajors 14

Figure 16: Net Profit Margin of Supermajors 15

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