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Viva Energy Group Ltd

VEA.AX

Latest Trade

1.84AUD

Change

0.00(0.00%)

Volume

3,396,335

Today's Range

1.77

 - 

1.84

52 Week Range

1.34

 - 

2.35

As of on the Australian Stock Exchange Ltd ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
1.84
Open
1.82
Volume
3,396,335
3M AVG Volume
91.81
Today's High
1.84
Today's Low
1.77
52 Week High
2.35
52 Week Low
1.34
Shares Out (MIL)
1,626.43
Market Cap (MIL)
2,950.02
Forward P/E
-1,019.44
Dividend (Yield %)
2.21

Next Event

Viva Energy Group Ltd Annual Shareholders Meeting

Latest Developments

More

Viva Energy Group Sees FY Loss

Viva Energy Group Updates On Federal Government Interim Refinery Production Payment

Viva Energy Says Longer-Term Outlook For Refining Business Remains Uncertain

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About Viva Energy Group Ltd

Viva Energy Group Ltd is an Australia-based integrated downstream petroleum company. The Company operates across three business segments: Retail, Fuels and Marketing; Refining; and Supply, Corporate and Overheads. Retail, Fuels and Marketing segment consists of retail and commercial operations. Retail, which supplies and markets fuel products and lubricants through a national network sites. Commercial, which supplies of fuel, lubricants and specialty products to commercial customers. Refining segment owns and operates the Geelong Refinery, in Victoria, which converts imported and locally sourced crude oil into petroleum products including gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, aviation gasoline, gas, solvents, bitumen and other specialty products. Supply, Corporate and Overheads segment owns contracted access to a national infrastructure network comprising terminals, retail sites, storage tanks, depots and pipelines positioned across metropolitan and regional Australia.

Industry

Oil & Gas Operations

Contact Info

Level 16, 720 Bourke Street,, Docklands

Melbourne, VIC

3008

Australia

+61.3.88234444

https://investor.vivaenergy.com.au

Executive Leadership

Robert M. Hill

Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Scott Andrew Wyatt

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Jevan Bouzo

Chief Financial Officer

Thys Heyns

Chief Operating Officer

Amanda Fleming

Chief People and Technology Officer

Key Stats

2.13 mean rating - 8 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, AUD)

2018

16.4K

2019

16.5K

2020(E)

13.3K
EPS (AUD)

2018

0.176

2019

0.082

2020(E)

-0.000
Price To Earnings (TTM)
55.32
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.19
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.12
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
6.34
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
92.35
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
87.24
Return on Investment (TTM)
1.05
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.75

Latest News

Latest News

Australia's AGL makes final push to win approval for LNG import terminal

Australia's AGL Energy Ltd on Thursday made a final bid for approval of a long delayed gas import terminal in the state of Victoria which it said would fill an expected shortfall in gas supply from 2024 and not damage the environment.

UPDATE 1-Australia to bring forward subsidy payment in push to keep refineries open

Australia will bring forward by six months a payment to support the country's three remaining oil refineries to help tide over the financial hit from the coronavirus pandemic, Energy Minister Angus Taylor said on Monday.

Australia to bring forward subsidy payment to keep refineries open

Australia will bring forward by six months a subsidy payment designed to support the country's four refineries to help tide over the financial hit from the coronavirus pandemic, Energy Minister Angus Taylor said on Monday.

Factbox: Oil refiners shut plants as demand losses may never return

Oil refiners are permanently closing processing plants in Asia and North America and facilities in Europe could be next because of uncertain prospects for a recovery in fuel demand after the coronavirus pandemic cut consumption.

Oil refiners shut plants as demand losses may never return

Oil refiners are permanently closing processing plants in Asia and North America and facilities in Europe could be next because of the uncertain prospects for a recovery in fuel demand after the coronavirus pandemic cut consumption.

FACTBOX-Oil refiners shut plants as demand losses may never return

Oil refiners are permanently closing processing plants in Asia and North America and facilities in Europe could be next because of the uncertain prospects for a recovery in fuel demand after the coronavirus pandemic cut consumption.

Exxon presses Australia to release aid to oil refiners by January

Exxon Mobil Corp <XOM.N> is urging the Australian government to start releasing aid to the country's oil refineries by January after a decision last week by BP plc <BP.L> to shut the nation's biggest refinery.

BP to close Australian oil refinery, losses seen outlasting pandemic

BP plc <BP.L> plans to stop producing fuel in Australia and will convert its loss-making Kwinana oil refinery, the biggest of the country's four, into a fuel import terminal because of tough competition in Asia, the global major said on Friday.

RPT-UPDATE 1-BP to shut Australian oil refinery, switch to fuel import terminal

BP plc plans to stop producing fuel in Australia and will convert its Kwinana oil refinery, the biggest of the country's four, into a fuel import terminal, thanks to tough competition in the Asian market, the global major said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-BP to shut Australian oil refinery, switch to fuel import terminal

* BP's Australian rivals also consider shutting plants (Adds BP comments, details; paragraphs 2-6)

Australia shares track global markets lower; tech stocks shine

Australian shares followed global markets lower on Tuesday as record daily coronavirus infections in Europe fuelled fears of more severe lockdowns, with mining, financials and energy stock leading the retreat.

Australia's Viva Energy to decide future of refining business in December

Viva Energy Group Ltd said on Wednesday it expected its refinery business to make a loss in the third quarter and that it would make a decision on its future in December as the longer-term outlook remains highly uncertain.

Breakingviews - Corona Capital: Soap, Zalando, Aussie oil

Corona Capital is a daily column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights.

Australia's Ampol may shut oil refinery despite national security push

Ampol Ltd <ALD.AX> is considering closing its Lytton oil refinery, one of Australia's four refineries, as it has racked up big losses because of a coronavirus-driven slump in fuel demand and competition from huge Asian plants.

Australia shares fall on caution ahead of U.S. presidential debate

Australian shares fell on Wednesday, tracking overnight Wall Street losses, as investors pulled out of risky bets ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate, even as the domestic COVID-19 situation improved.

Oil refiners worldwide struggle with weak demand, inventory glut

Global oil refiners reeling from months of lackluster demand and an abundance of inventories are cutting fuel production into the autumn because the recovery in demand from the impact of coronavirus has stalled, according to executives, refinery workers and industry analysts...

Oil refiners worldwide struggle with weak demand, inventory glut

Global oil refiners reeling from months of lackluster demand and an abundance of inventories are cutting fuel production into the autumn because the recovery in demand from the impact of coronavirus has stalled, according to executives, refinery workers and industry analysts...

Column: Australia still addicted to fossil fuel with oil, gas subsidies - Russell

Australia's conservative government has doubled down on fossil fuels, offering subsidies to both the natural gas and oil refining industries as part of efforts to revitalise the economy after the devastation of the coronavirus pandemic.

Australia proposes paying oil refiners billions to stay open

Australia on Monday proposed offering incentives worth A$2.3 billion ($1.67 billion) over 10 years to keep the country's four remaining oil refineries open and said it would invest in building fuel storage as part of a long-term fuel security plan.

Australia to boost domestic fuel storage, subsidise refineries

Australia will invest A$211 million ($153.50 million) to boost its domestic fuel storage capabilities while local refineries will be subsidised to stay open in business, as the government unveiled plans to secure its long-term fuel supply.

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