|Last Trade:||Buy 34,819 at 485.50p|
|Day's Range||471.30p - 490.60p|
|52wk Range:||376.40p - 679.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||346m|
Recent Trades History Petrofac (PFC)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Buy*||34,819||485.50||17:34:30 - 23-Apr-19|
|Sell*||17,952||479.96||17:41:26 - 23-Apr-19|
|Sell*||29,303||483.83||17:41:42 - 23-Apr-19|
|Sell*||932||482.467||17:21:15 - 23-Apr-19|
|Sell*||8,226||481.194||17:25:28 - 23-Apr-19|
|Buy*||192||484.953||17:15:14 - 23-Apr-19|
|Buy*||721||489.902||17:15:13 - 23-Apr-19|
|Sell*||1,308||480.731||16:58:06 - 23-Apr-19|
Single protected transaction
|16:57:55 - 23-Apr-19|
|Sell*||960,123||471.30||16:47:00 - 23-Apr-19|
Share Price History for Petrofac
|22nd Apr 2019 (Mon)||0.00||0.00||0.00||467.40||0|
|19th Apr 2019 (Fri)||0.00||0.00||0.00||467.40||0|
|18th Apr 2019 (Thu)||527.20||527.20||459.70||523.80||6,152,250|
|17th Apr 2019 (Wed)||523.80||528.80||522.00||0.00||1,043,460|
|16th Apr 2019 (Tue)||525.20||528.40||519.60||521.80||888,501|
|15th Apr 2019 (Mon)||520.00||523.20||514.00||515.40||1,423,174|
|12th Apr 2019 (Fri)||520.00||523.20||514.00||515.40||1,423,174|
|11th Apr 2019 (Thu)||520.00||523.20||514.00||515.40||1,423,174|
|10th Apr 2019 (Wed)||520.00||523.20||514.00||515.40||1,423,174|
|9th Apr 2019 (Tue)||519.00||525.00||514.80||523.00||3,871,768|
|8th Apr 2019 (Mon)||518.20||525.00||512.80||516.60||990,949|
|5th Apr 2019 (Fri)||503.00||516.60||503.00||500.20||1,883,786|
|4th Apr 2019 (Thu)||508.80||508.80||500.20||509.40||1,313,237|
|3rd Apr 2019 (Wed)||508.00||511.40||503.60||507.20||1,386,127|
|2nd Apr 2019 (Tue)||500.20||508.00||497.10||502.20||1,482,722|
|1st Apr 2019 (Mon)||494.50||502.20||489.90||489.80||2,373,268|
|29th Mar 2019 (Fri)||484.90||492.40||484.40||481.00||939,173|
|28th Mar 2019 (Thu)||481.00||488.20||479.70||484.30||1,045,340|
|27th Mar 2019 (Wed)||477.40||490.30||477.00||475.40||1,336,596|
|26th Mar 2019 (Tue)||465.20||475.40||461.40||472.40||1,232,292|
|25th Mar 2019 (Mon)||471.30||472.90||458.40||475.10||1,395,691|
Petrofac Ltd is a relatively new company with 10,000 employees operating worldwide. It has fast become an international provider of facilities solutions to oil and gas production and processing industries. A top provider in its section, there are three central cores to Petrofac: engineering and construction, energy developments and operation services.
Originally founded in Texas, US in 1981, it began as an engineering, procurement and fabrication (EPF) business. Since then it has witnessed impressive growth and expansion globally, with the establishment of Petrofac International as an EPC business in the U.A. Emirates in 1991 and the formation of Petrofac Resources as a separate division in 1997. 2001 witnessed the expansion of the engineering and construction sector to include among others field facilities, development planning and early stage engineering. In 2005 Petrofac Facilities Management and Petrofac Training unified to become Petrofac Operation Services. Also in this same year the company was added to the London Stock Exchange.
Petrofac's business strategy concerns itself with generating sustainable growth in value for its core companies, especially to build and generate oil and gas infrastructure as well as creating and developing value-adding investments. It also helps independent, integrated and national oil companies access and harness energy resources.
Regarding financial performance during 2008, whilst share value peaked in June of that year with an almost 69% change, it had dropped by December to almost -23%. The current price of individual shares is now 363.25p (January 2009).
Petrofac aims to conduct operations which minimise environmental impact with a target of zero environmental incidents. Likewise, it supports local communities financially and through educational measures.
Petrofac plc – a forward thinking business where action speaks louder than words.
News - Wednesday, October 13, 2010
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News - Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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