Turkiye Petrol Rafinerileri AS (TUPRS)

Istanbul
100.50
+0.90(+0.90%)
  • Volume:
    3,984,817
  • Bid/Ask:
    100.50/100.60
  • Day's Range:
    99.70 - 101.20

TUPRS Overview

Prev. Close
99.6
Day's Range
99.7-101.2
Revenue
66.13B
Open
100.5
52 wk Range
73.2-113.9
EPS
-3.95
Volume
3,984,817
Market Cap
25.17B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
4,272,828
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
0.9
1-Year Change
12.67%
Shares Outstanding
250,419,200
Next Earnings Date
Aug 12, 2021
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Turkiye Petrol Rafinerileri AS Company Profile

Turkiye Petrol Rafinerileri AS Company Profile

Sector
Energy
Employees
5968
Market
Turkey

Türkiye Petrol Rafinerileri A.S., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the refining crude oil, petroleum, and chemical products in Turkey and internationally. It is also involved in the purchase, sale, import, export, storage, and marketing of petroleum products, LPG, and natural gas. The company’s products include liquid petroleum gases, fuel oils, base oils, waxes, extracts, and bitumen and bitumen binders, as well as white spirits, cutting oils, clarified oils, petroleum coke, and sulphur products. In addition, it engages in the transportation of crude oil and petroleum products; operation of factories and facilities in petrochemical and energy related industries; and air, maritime, road, and rail transportation activities, as well as provision of mooring and tug services. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Körfez, Turkey. Türkiye Petrol Rafinerileri A.S. is a subsidiary of Enerji Yatirimlari A.S.

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  • goal?
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    • Most profitable product > jet fuel > 1 usd/bbl crack spread > ???!!!
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      • Unfortunately there may be bad news for Tupras related to jet fuel business.
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        • do you have any recent news or analysis?
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      • Another analysis should be the Socar's investment amounting to 6,3 billion USD and Goldman Sachs invested in Socar amounting to 1,3 billion USD. App. 30% capacity of Tupras has been built amounting to 6,3 billion USD. Lets ignore that market value is greater than the investment cost. If we make valuation this Tupras share price should be around 75 USD which is now 14 USD per share.
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        • The second one is the growth story behind the Company. Since jet fuel is the most profitable segment of refinery business, and there are 3 strong reasons for Tupras to grow its jet fuel business compared to before pandemia. One is the increasing tendency in Turkey to use flight for transportation. That means aviation industry is growing for Turkish citizens. Second is the huge airport investment in İstanbul, one of the largest around globe, which will be the flight hube. That means increasing aviation business. The last one is the growing tourism in Turkey also means growing aviation business.
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          • İst. airport is gonna be a flight hube is just an optimistic expectation which is powered by the government but not seem to be realistic.
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          • Murat KARER That's not a short-term expectaion after pandemia but as far as I know before pandemia two airfield in Atatürk was not enough in Istanbul European Side.  Besides Sabiha Goken airport(Anatolian Side of Istanbul) second airfield will be opened. That is to say, aviation business will grow in Turkey after pandemia for many reasons and it will increase the profitibilty of refinery business. Thats why Socar has invested 6.3 billion USD in refinery business.  Another analysis should be the Socar's investment amounting to 6,3 billion USD and Goldman Sachs invested in Socar amounting to 1,3 billion USD. App. 30% capacity of Tupras has been built amounting to 6,3 billion USD. Lets ignore that market value is greater than the investment cost. If we make valuation this Tupras share price should be around 75 USD which is now 14 USD per share.
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          • Murat KARER  It is for sure former airport in European side of İstanbul with 2 airfields was not enough. Additionally, Sabiha Gokcen airport (Anatolian side of Istanbul) with 1 airfileds was not enough and thats why second one is about to open.
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        • Being cheaper compared to historical prices is a one reason to invest in a Company however I'm also looking forward a growing story supporting the share increase. For instance I have invested in Tupras, it is the main refinery company in Turkey. It is the similar business with Exxonmobil. I invested in Tupras for two reasons. First one is that it is the 30% discounted to lowest price of last 10 years and one third of highest value before pandemia.
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          • My long term expectations is higher, the share price for sure will reach 40 USD at the earliest possible time as it is before pandemia and additionally the expected dividend payments will increase based on the expectaions are higher in jet fuel consumption which is the most profitable segment in Tupras refinery. My long-term expectation is 100 USD per share, that is to say I will enjoy my dividend and wait for the value of Tupras increases.Instead of investing in real estate I invested in Tupras.
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            • Turkey due to 3 main reasons. Tendency to increase in the number of people prefers flights for transportation and before pandemia one of the world largest airport investments has been completed in İstanbul is expected to be the new flight hub that will increase the jet fuel consumption as well. The last one was the growing tourism business in Turkey. That is to say, although dividend expectation is much more higher than the before pandemia level which was app. 4 USD per share, as soon as Tupras reaches 4 USD dividend per share, the market price of the share will reach to at least 40 USD as before pandemia level.
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              • The third one is related to dividend payments in other words profitability. Before pandemia dividend payment was around 4 USD per share and expected dividend payments were much more higher. There will not be a dividend in 2021 due to pandemia but dividend payments will be much more higher than 4 USD per share in near future. Since jet fuel is the most profitable segment in refinery business, these higher dividend expectations are much more related to increasing jet fuel consumptions in
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                • I will make analysis for Tupras. The first one is the comparison of current price with the historical prices. Since Tupras all operations are based on USD currency and petroluem products, it is better to ignore the local curreny. The latest price is app. 14 USD for Tupras which is almost 1 to 3 of highest value of Tupras, 38 USD per share before Covid-19 pandemia. Additionally, it is 30% discounted compared to last 10 years lowest price. The second one is privitization of Tupras. Koc Group bought the 51% of the shares of Tupras app. 4 billion USD in 2005. In 2005 it was considered as very cheap. Koc Group made 6 billion investment since 2005. Let's ignore that market value of investments is much more higher than the investment cost. Based on this investment base analysis the share prices should be min. 55 USD which is now 14 USD per share.
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                  • 168 🚀🚀
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                    • Btw 77-82 is a huge opşortunity for this stock. 110 is the target till the end of the year. Alsı be aware of daily sudden ups.
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                      • We will be making a huge profit at the end of year. It will be over 0. This is the last chance of covid.++++
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                        • Over 30
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                      • OPEC meeting soon. Expect spike rise.
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                        • Sam Jemand was right in may last year, heading towards 50.
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                          • New expectation 67 and it may come to that point.
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                            • What ?
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                          • I think 83
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                            • Anyone with good dividends for turkey? Im in AKGRT , they have 10% = 0,66 TL each stock for 13.march 2020. so I guess its ok. anyone with following company after that?
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                              • hisse cop oldu
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                                • There isn’t dividend for 2020 :(
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                                  • Really? You hope so, dividend?? Nope
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                                • When is DIVIDEND date 2020?
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                                  • The underlying business is really strong. It’s a good stock to have.
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                                    • 200 at the end of 2019
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                                      • It is all about money. 150 is coming soon. Next year 250.
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                                        • him
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