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S Oil Corp

010950.KS

Latest Trade

95,800.00KRW

Change

-1,800.00(-1.84%)

Volume

218,964

Today's Range

95,500.00

 - 

97,200.00

52 Week Range

63,100.00

 - 

117,500.00

As of on the Korea Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
97,600.00
Open
95,900.00
Volume
218,964
3M AVG Volume
6.96
Today's High
97,200.00
Today's Low
95,500.00
52 Week High
117,500.00
52 Week Low
63,100.00
Shares Out (MIL)
116.42
Market Cap (MIL)
10,344,010.00
Forward P/E
7.36
Dividend (Yield %)
1.11

Next Event

S-Oil Corp Annual Shareholders Meeting

Latest Developments

More

S-Oil Regional Refining Margin In 2022 Expected To Be On The Rising Trend As Market Becomes More Tightened Due To Demand Growth Consecutively Outpacing Refining Capacity Additions With Multi-Yea

S-Oil Expects Its Dividend Payout to Exceed 30% Of Net Profit in 2019, 2020

S-Oil Wins 899 Bln Won Order To Supply Naphtha In S.Korea

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About S Oil Corp

S-Oil Corp is a Korea-based company principally engaged in the manufacture and sale of refined oil. The Company operates its business through three segments. The Refinery segment produces products such as diesel, aviation, gasoline, naphtha, which are fuels for transportation, heating, aircrafts and automobiles and others. The Petrochemical segment produces benzene, toluene and xylene, which are the raw materials for petrochemicals. The Lubrication segment manufactures lubricant base oil and lubricants.

Industry

Oil & Gas Operations

Contact Info

192, Baekbeom-ro, Mapo-gu

04196

South Korea

+82.2.37725151

http://www.s-oil.com/

Executive Leadership

Bong Su Park

Co-President

Yeol Ryu

Co-President

Hussain A.Al-Qahtani

Chief Executive Officer, Representative Director

Yeong Yil Cho

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Jong Beom Ahn

Executive Vice President and Head of Marketing & Sales

Key Stats

1.90 mean rating - 29 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, KRW)

2019

24.4K

2020

16.8K

2021

27.5K

2022(E)

30.0K
EPS (KRW)

2019

586.000

2020

-6,839.000

2022(E)

12,260.109
Price To Earnings (TTM)
8.65
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.44
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.57
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
5.54
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
87.68
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
45.37
Return on Investment (TTM)
12.36
Return on Equity (TTM)
7.08

Latest News

Latest News

S-Oil expects Q4 refining margins to continue uptrend as COVID-19 restrictions ease

South Korea's S-Oil Corp said on Thursday that Asia's refining margins are expected to continue their uptrend in the fourth quarter as demand grows ahead of winter season and COVID-19 restrictions ease.

UPDATE 1-S-Oil expects Q3 refining margins to rebound on rising fuel demand

South Korea's S-Oil Corp said on Tuesday that refining margins are expected to rebound in the third quarter, driven by high demand for transport fuels because of an increase in global economic activities and mobility.

S-Oil expects refining margins to rebound in Q3 on transport fuel demand

South Korea's S-Oil Corp said on Tuesday that refining margins are expected to rebound in the third quarter, driven by high demand for transport fuels due to an increase in global economic activities and mobility.

S-Oil expects fourth quarter refining margins to improve on demand for winter season

South Korea's S-Oil Corp said on Wednesday refining margins are expected to improve in the fourth quarter, supported by increased demand for kerosene and diesel ahead of the winter season.

South Korean refiners post record first-half losses on plunge in oil price, demand

Two refiners in South Korea, the world's fifth largest crude oil importer, posted their biggest losses ever in the first half when oil prices slumped as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged fuel demand.

UPDATE 1-S-Oil expects refining margins to recover in Q3 as virus curbs ease

South Korea's S-Oil Corp said on Friday it expected refining margins to continuously recover in the third quarter, supported by the easing of coronavirus-related restrictions.

S-Oil expects refining margins to recover in Q3 as virus curbs ease

South Korea's S-Oil Corp said on Friday that refining margins are expected to continuously recover in the third quarter, supported by easing of coronavirus-related restrictions.

S-Oil sees refining margins improving after first-quarter operating loss

S-Oil <010950.KS>, South Korea's third-largest refiner, said on Monday that refining margins are likely to improve in the second quarter as countries reopen businesses that were closed to try to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

UPDATE 2-S.Korean refiners sees margins improving on diesel, cleaner marine fuels demand

* Demand for diesel, cleaner shipping fuels to support margins

S-Oil sees refining margins improving on IMO 2020, easing trade tensions

S-Oil Corp, South Korea's third-biggest refiner by capacity, said on Friday that refining margins are expected to improve in 2020, supported by demand growth from the implementation of new shipping fuel rules and thawing U.S.-China trade tensions.

REFILE-S-Oil to supply oil products worth $2.66 bln to Saudi Aramco's trading unit

South Korea's third-biggest refiner, S-Oil, has signed a contract to supply a total of 3.1 trillion won ($2.66 billion) of refined oil products to Saudi Aramco's trading arm, it said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-S-Oil sees stockpiling ahead of new ship fuel rules lifting Q4 refining margins

* Sees inventory build-up ahead of IMO 2020 supporting Q4 margins

S.Korea's S-Oil expects Q4 refining margins to improve on inventory build-up ahead of IMO

S-Oil, South Korea's third-largest refiner, said on Wednesday that refining margins are expected to improve in the fourth quarter on the back of inventory build-up ahead of implementation of stricter rules on marine fuels in 2020.

South Korea's S-Oil sees IMO 2020 stock build supporting refining margins

S-Oil <010950.KS>, South Korea's third-largest refiner, said on Wednesday it expects refining margins to strengthen in coming quarters, supported by demand for new low-sulfur marine fuels and the U.S. driving season.

S.Korea's S-Oil expects demand for IMO 2020 to support refining margins

South Korea's S-Oil, South Korea's third-largest refiner, said on Wednesday that inventory build-up ahead of the implementation of new shipping rules in 2020 will support refining margins in the third and fourth quarters.

South Korea's S-Oil sees refining margins recovering in second-quarter on tight supply

S-Oil Corp, South Korea's third-biggest oil refiner by capacity, said it expects refining margins to recover in the second quarter, supported by tighter supply of refined products as many peers take plants off line for regular maintenance work.

South Korean oil refiners settle U.S. bid-rigging charges

South Korean oil refiners S-Oil Corp and Hyundai Oilbank Co have agreed to settle criminal and civil charges of rigging bids to supply fuel to the U.S. military, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.

S-Oil to supply $2.32 billion worth of oil products to Saudi Aramco's trading arm

S-Oil Corp, South Korea's third-biggest refiner, said on Tuesday that it has signed a contract to sell a total of 2.61 trillion won ($2.32 billion) worth of refined oil products to Saudi Aramco's trading arm.

UPDATE 1-S.Korea's S-Oil sees stronger refining margins on diesel demand

* Plans to shut down No.3 CDU, CFU in March for 30 days for maintenance

S-Oil sees refining margins improving on diesel demand growth in H2

S-Oil Corp, South Korea's third-biggest refiner by capacity, said on Monday that refining margins are expected to improve in 2019, supported by growing diesel demand.

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