Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (CNQ)

63.94
-2.11(-3.19%)
  • Volume:
    5,767,688
  • Bid/Ask:
    63.90/63.97
  • Day's Range:
    63.22 - 65.27
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Canada
  • ISIN:CA1363851017
  • CUSIP:136385101

CNQ Overview

Prev. Close
66.05
Day's Range
63.22-65.27
Revenue
25.86B
Open
64.25
52 wk Range
28.67-67.75
EPS
4.95
Volume
5,767,688
Market Cap
75.26B
Dividend (Yield)
2.35
(4.31%)
Average Vol. (3m)
5,675,354
P/E Ratio
13.33
Beta
2.24
1-Year Change
106.52%
Shares Outstanding
1,177,118,474
Next Earnings Date
Mar 03, 2022
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Canadian Natural Resources Ltd Company Profile

Sector
Energy
Employees
10180
Market
Canada

Canadian Natural Resources Limited is an independent crude oil and natural gas exploration, development and production company. The Company's exploration and production operations are focused in North America, mainly in Western Canada; the United Kingdom (UK) portion of the North Sea; and Cote d'Ivoire and South Africa in Offshore Africa. The Company’s exploration and production activities are conducted in three geographic segments: North America, North Sea and Offshore Africa. The Oil Sands Mining and Upgrading segment produces synthetic crude oil through bitumen mining and upgrading operations at Horizon Oil Sands and through its direct and indirect interest in Athabasca Oil Sands Project. Within Western Canada, in the Midstream and Refining segment, the Company's activities include pipeline operations, an electricity co-generation system and an investment in the North West Redwater Partnership, a general partnership formed to upgrade and refine bitumen in the Province of Alberta.

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  • it will reach over $ 70 when the crude oil at $ 100
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    • wow
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      • why is the report wrong here?
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        • lol timber
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          • it's starting to look like a top
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            • did we top?
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              • screaming buy at $10
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                • You would have made a fortune haha
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              • id be a buyer if the company could pay off some debt and get a little cash on hand. as someone that used to work for Canadian natural I remember times when the CEO would slam the breaks on projects just to get cash to raise the dividend and nonsense upgrades on high break even cost productions. when asked about when the company would reduce its debts I was always told "relax it's manageable" I was then released in February of 2021. beware of future growth as this company has about 21 billion in debt with depleted cash reserves, increasing debts and a CEO that will stop at nothing to raise dividends every year no matter what.
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                • amazing insight Brandon, thank you very much for your input it's appreciated
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                • I guess I understand you. DIVIDEND IS FOOD FOR NOW AND HUNGER FOR TOMORROW??? If the business is profitable, reinvest in him, if the business is nor profitable, make it profitable... Greetings!
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              • $55 on the way, battery business is destroying water supplies, and security of the country and everyone would be greatly affected. oils is not going anywhere 🤑
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                • how ridiculous is this companies valuation CNQ   5 billion in net profit valued at 30 billion  VS  Tesla 1 billion in profit valued at 700 Billion... I will be buying some tomorrow morning, please join me
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                  • En Game Bru! My point is there may be more upside in Suncor then CNR at this time.  Good luck!
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                  • Marco Polo thank you because I just bought some Palantir and Plug power so I think I'm going to need it, the good luck that is
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                  • Haha I bought palantir too UGH! But luckily I got FANG going to the moon! Energy sectors the real... 🚀🌙🚀🌙🚀🌙🚀
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                • Having a hard time keeping it up...
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                  • YUHAO LI Sc  Probably you're right, even if I I fear Biden's extremely green policiesrivi ciò che pensi su Canadian Natural Resources Limited
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                    • What's up with CNQ? Stocks crask in this period....It's a no sense
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                      • I guess because Saudi is still in their process of clearing inventory of CNQ...lool
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                      • YUHAO LI Probably you're right, even if I I fear Biden's extremely green policies
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                      • Antonio Covino Yes Biden green, but everything what you prohibited soon or later going up because not enough and plus CNQ have very attractive dividends 0.425c per share.
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                    • 47% return!!! what can be better!!!
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                      • Better hurry on this one! Cnq supplies all the northeast with gas and oil. Pipeline flows from Canada into northern vt. Got a northester snow storm coming! 3” to 2ft per models! Trucks are lined up down the road! 30-40 railcars head out every night! Drivers are straight out on emergency orders!
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                        • Was $39 prior to covid and will get there again, plus it is still faithfully paying dividends.
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                          • any news for this stock?
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                            • Analysts say 42?
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                              • the average predict will be 33-35, 42 is the optimistic target!
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                              • 33/35 when? This year??
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                              • $42 is very likely, cobsidering it was climbing prior to covid. Highest was $48 last year
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                            • why the stock is going down
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                              • patient my friends!!!
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                            • Thoughts? Long play?
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                              • Anyone else watching this stock?
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                                • should we buy at C$24? or this will eventually crash to C$15/16/17?
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                                  • Great combo: AECO at C$2.10, Edmonton mixed sweet at C$50 It was a good combo last week. It's an even better combo today because oil has risen significantly since last week but YGR's stock has lagged so far and it should be above C$1 now, so it will most likely close the gap in the next days once people are less hesitant and realize that oil prices are not going to drop in the next months. First, it's summer time and the summer driving season is kicking off. Second, oil rig count dropped again in the U.S. yesterday, so the shale oil supply has collapsed. Third, the OPEC deal will also remain in place, based on the latest news. Specifically, AECO exceeded C$2.10 again yesterday and has remained flat at about C$2 for the entire Q2 so far.   WTI closed at US$39 yesterday and the differential with Edmonton mixed sweet is about US$3, so Edmonton mixed sweet oil is sold about C$50 per bbl today.
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                                    • So YGR.TO keeps making money now even in Q2 because its operating cost is less than C$10 per boe. You can hardly find another energy producer who is making money now at these prices. YGR is the lowest cost energy producer in Canada with operating costs being less than C$10 per boe. Given also that YGR's CapEx in Q2 is very low due to Spring Break-up and the recent cost reduction initiatives, YGR.TO generates now free cash flow that goes to debt reduction in Q2.   Thanks also to the significant recovery in oil prices over the last weeks, I believe YGR.TO will let us know in the next weeks that it has tied up  the 4 oil-weighted wells that have already been completed and are waiting to be put on stream.
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                                  • Why is it down?
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                                    • Why is it down?
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                                      • Oil falls below $20 per Barrel
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