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Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp.
#81
...I have checked SHLPH stock price, its on an uptrend naman Smile maybe you can wait...magkano ba cost mo?
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#82
(08-06-2018, 03:33 PM)Ollie Wrote: ...I have checked SHLPH stock price, its on an uptrend naman Smile maybe you can wait...magkano ba cost mo?


Hehehe... mag two two years anniv na ako dito sa pag hihintay... nabili ko pa around 60ish... hindi naman sobrang laki, half M cost ko and lugi ko ngayon is 48k... pero if i go to avg down like buhos ng 75k, makakabawi kaya? Tapos out ko na... sir ollie, thanks sa pag answer mo... just want to have idea as to how i can exit na hindi lugi while i still have funds pa...


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(08-06-2018, 03:39 PM)ray_noel Wrote:
(08-06-2018, 03:33 PM)Ollie Wrote: ...I have checked SHLPH stock price, its on an uptrend naman Smile maybe you can wait...magkano ba cost mo?


Hehehe... mag two two years anniv na ako dito sa pag hihintay... nabili ko pa around 60ish... hindi naman sobrang laki, half M cost ko and lugi ko ngayon is 48k... pero if i go to avg down like buhos ng 75k, makakabawi kaya? Tapos out ko na... sir ollie, thanks sa pag answer mo... just want to have idea as to how i can exit na hindi lugi while i still have funds pa...


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..pa check ko kay madam yung chart pattern nito ni SHLPH ha? kasi kung ako yan bibili na ako agad agad eh hehe average down din kasi madalas kong strategy haha  Big Grin

...just check this thread every now and then for the chart update ok?
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(08-06-2018, 03:42 PM)Ollie Wrote:
(08-06-2018, 03:39 PM)ray_noel Wrote:
(08-06-2018, 03:33 PM)Ollie Wrote: ...I have checked SHLPH stock price, its on an uptrend naman Smile maybe you can wait...magkano ba cost mo?


Hehehe... mag two two years anniv na ako dito sa pag hihintay... nabili ko pa around 60ish... hindi naman sobrang laki, half M cost ko and lugi ko ngayon is 48k... pero if i go to avg down like buhos ng 75k, makakabawi kaya? Tapos out ko na... sir ollie, thanks sa pag answer mo... just want to have idea as to how i can exit na hindi lugi while i still have funds pa...


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..pa check ko kay madam yung chart pattern nito ni SHLPH ha? kasi kung ako yan bibili na ako agad agad eh hehe average down din kasi madalas kong strategy haha  Big Grin

...just check this thread every now and then for the chart update ok?


Sure sir ollie... will do, thanks again! will visit this thread from time to time...


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...Shell chart for ray_noel courtesy of madam feria


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#86
8-14

...uy! laki ah Tongue

Pilipinas Shell more than doubles earnings in April-June

PILIPINAS Shell Petroleum Corp. reported a net income of P3.12 billion in the second quarter, more than twice the P1.3 billion it recorded in the same period last year as the company posted a double-digit sales growth.

In its financial report submitted to the stock exchange, the oil refiner and distributor recorded net sales of P54.57 billion, up 34.4% from the figure in the same quarter last year. Gross profit hit P7.32 billion, higher by 59.5% from a year ago.

“The strong performance is attributed to the higher earnings of its marketing businesses and inventory holding gains from its manufacturing and supply chain segments,” the company said in a statement.

In the first half, Pilipinas Shell recorded a 29.8% increase in net income to P5.44 billion from P4.19 billion previously. Net sales reached P104.11 billion, up 26.6%, while gross profit was at P14.39 billion, up 21.4%.

Pilipinas Shell President and Chief Executive Officer Cesar G. Romero cited the challenges from the lower refining margin environment in the first half of the year.

“Our world-class marketing businesses backed by our efficient supply chain and supported by technical and trading capabilities from the Shell Group have allowed us to remain competitive in this challenging business environment,” he was quoted as saying.

Despite the increase in retail pump prices due to rising global oil prices and higher excise taxes, the company said it sustained the high penetration of its V-Power fuel product.

This year, the company opened 16 retail stations and is on track to build a total of 50-70 new sites by the end of 2018. It has 1,054 retail sites to date across the country.

For the non-fuel business, it opened 19 new Select stores, 10 deli2go stores and 26 lube bays in the first half “to capture the growth in convenience retailing.”

In the commercial segment, the company said it had posted strong volume growth in aviation, lubricants, and bitumen.

“Aligned with its commitment, the only bitumen production facility in the country is now operational and ready to support the government’s infrastructure projects,” it said.

Pilipinas Shell said its North Mindanao import facility remains to be an “important enabler” in the delivery of supply cost savings and reliability. Its Tabangao refinery has also completed its planned one-month de-coke pit stop in the second quarter.

“Optimization projects are also underway to better respond to the softer regional refining margin environment,” it said.

Cash from operations in the first half was placed at P7.1 billion while return on average capital employed increased to 30% from 22%.


source: http://www.bworldonline.com/pilipinas-sh...pril-june/
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(08-14-2018, 09:03 AM)Ollie Wrote: ...Shell chart for ray_noel courtesy of madam feria


Thanks sir ollie!!! Makakating ito sa pag labas ko ng hindi lugi... i will avg it down to below 60...


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#88
8-28

...not good bringing back euro 2 Sad

Pilipinas Shell balks at Euro 2 revival, offers discount on diesel for PUJs

PILIPINAS Shell Petroleum Corp. has offered an additional discount on diesel fuel for public utility jeepneys (PUJs) in lieu of the re-introduction of the Euro 2 diesel, making the company the first of the three big oil firms to offer an alternative to the Energy department’s directive.

In a statement, Pilipinas Shell said bringing Euro 2 back in retail fuel stations “may take 3-6 months to implement due to necessary added infrastructure and facilities needed to adapt to the proposed fuel option.”

The move may have “minimal to zero net benefit” given the additional cost mentioned, the company added.

Pilipinas Shell also said Euro 2 “may pose potential health and environmental risks because of the higher sulfur content.”

In place of Euro 2, Pilipinas Shell said it would be offering an additional discount of P0.25 per liter on diesel fuels to PUJs in more than 50% of its retail stations where there is high density of the PUJs.

The discount started on Saturday, Aug. 25, the company said, adding that it supports the government and the Department of Energy’s (DoE) concern regarding rising inflation.

Earlier this month, the DoE issued a directive to oil companies to start selling Euro 2 diesel to address rising commodity prices.

Under the past administration, the DoE set Jan. 1, 2016 as the deadline for oil companies to upgrade to cleaner emission standards of fuel from Euro 2 to Euro 4, a globally accepted European emission standard for vehicles.

Euro 4 requires the use of fuel with a significantly low sulfur of 0.005% or 50 parts per million, and benzene content at a maximum of 1%. Euro 2 fuels have up to 0.05% sulfur or 500 parts per million and up to 5% benzene.

Independent oil companies earlier questioned the DoE’s order to bring back Euro 2, saying they should not be forced to make significant investments nor a temporary stop-gap measure for a problem that the government created by imposing higher excise taxes across all fuel products. 


source: http://www.bworldonline.com/pilipinas-sh...-for-pujs/
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#89
Ginanahan na sana ako nung tumaas ng 58... akala ko this is it na... hintay ulit...


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#90
10-15

...taas na gas eh, so dapat tumaas na din presyo nito? Big Grin

Pilipinas Shell to spend P2B yearly for expansion

PILIPINAS Shell Petroleum Corp. plans to spend P2 billion annually over the next two to three years to expand its domestic retail network.

“We plan to grow the network because despite inflation, we think that the level of motorization in the Philippines is still too low,” Pilipinas Shell Chief Finance Officer Jose Jerome Pascual told The Manila Times last week.

The capital expenditures will cover the establishment of up to 70 new Shell stations yearly and up to 50 Deli To Go and Shell Select stores.

Pilipinas Shell, which currently has 1,000 stations, wants to grow its network to 1,200 stations by 2021.


“[T]he millennials who are young, earning a lot of money, that’s [the sector that is]driving consumption … for as long as our population is young … it’s going to drive a lot of consumption growth … we will see the growth of the energy industry,” Pascual said.

The expansion drive will also mean that around 20 old stations whose “volumes are no longer as big as they were originally,” he added.


“[W]hy will we continue to spend the same money, effort, and time on a site that is not producing as much? Might as well spend it on a new site that will generate 10 times the volume.”


 
Meanwhile, Pascual said the firm would continue to invest in its refineries, not to increase the volume, but to make these more efficient.

“We have a hydrogen optimization project, which will happen over the next few years … the end result is it will allow us to process more exotic goods like from Russia, or other places where the crude oil is higher in sulfur,” he said.

“If we have that new facility, it will allow us to process more difficult crudes at a lower price and then it will allow us to continue growing with the demand.”

Asked to confirm a supposed buy-out of the Alegria oil output in Cebu, Pascual replied: “If there is available crude in the country, why not?”

“We have not yet tested Alegria but I’m sure we want to test it if we are interested. Now it depends also on the output,” he added.

Pilipinas Shell’s share price ended up P1.80 at P53.80 apiece on Friday, in line with a 1.75-percent gain for the benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index.


source: https://www.manilatimes.net/pilipinas-sh...on/452275/
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