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TOTAL - Total Petroleum Ghana Limited

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Total Petroleum Ghana Plc (formerly Mobil Oil Ghana) is a Ghanaian subsidiary company of the global Total Group which is the fourth largest publicly-traded integrated international Oil & Gas company in the world with presence in over 130 countries. Total, which began operations in Ghana as Total Oil Products, has undergone various transformations including the takeover of British Petroleum through Elf Oil and French TotalfinaElf. Subsequent to this was the global merger of Total and Elf which led to the incorporation of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited when Total Outre-Mer acquired Mobil Ghana.

Total Petroleum Ghana, which has been listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange since July 19, 1991, has a large network coverage in Ghana with more than 234 service stations represented in all the 10 regions of the country. The company is the first oil marketing company to be ISO 9001:2015 certified in Ghana and has also initiated a comprehensive investment program to be more ECO-friendly and also give priority to customer comfort and safety.

TOTAL4.65 ▪ 0.00
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Traded Volume0
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Gross Turnover
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share1.1292
Price/Earning Ratio4.12
Dividend Per Share0.2424
Dividend Yield5.21%
Shares Outstanding112M
Market Capitalization520M
Monetary values are quoted in Ghana Cedi (GHS) unless otherwise stated

TOTAL Stock Market Performance

1WK4WK3MO
+0.65%+10.7%+27.4%
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+49.5%+97.9%+64.3%

The current share price of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited (TOTAL) is GHS 4.65. TOTAL closed its last trading day (Monday, September 27, 2021) at 4.65 GHS per share on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), recording a 0.6% gain over its previous closing price of 4.62 GHS. Total Petroleum began the year with a share price of 2.83 GHS and has since gained 64.3% on that price valuation, ranking it fifth on the GSE in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders can be optimistic about TOTAL knowing the stock has accrued 11% over the past four-week period—fifth best on GSE.

Total Petroleum Ghana is the 15th most traded stock on the Ghana Stock Exchange over the past three months (Jun 28 - Sep 27, 2021). TOTAL has traded a total volume of 85,570 shares valued at GHS 348,948 over the period, with an average of 1,358 traded shares per session. A volume high of 15,000 was achieved on July 30th for the same period. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Total Petroleum Ghana on the Ghana Stock Exchange.

DateVolumeCloseChangeChange%
2021-09-272,0004.65+0.03+0.65%
2021-09-202,2254.62
2021-09-173,1004.62
2021-09-158,0004.62
2021-09-131,0004.62
2021-09-102004.62
2021-09-064,4674.62+0.42+10.00%
2021-09-032884.20
2021-09-012134.20
2021-08-311894.20

Profile of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited

Total Petroleum Ghana Limited operates in the Oil & Gas sector, specifically, the Oil Equipment & Services industry.

Factsheet of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited
Sector:
Oil & Gas
Industry:
Oil Equipment & Services
Address:
Total House, 25 Liberia Road, P. O. Box 553, Accra, Ghana
Telephone:
+233–302-664-921, +233–302-664-922, +233–302-664-923
Email:
totalgh.inquiry@totalmktgh.com
Website:
www.total-ghana.com

TOTAL Industrial Market Competitors

Total Petroleum Ghana Limited, issuers of the TOTAL stock on the Ghana Stock Exchange, have two market competitors who are also engaged in the Oil & Gas sector and/or Oil Equipment & Services industry. The table below presents an overview of their market standing.

CodeNameM. Cap.CloseYTD
GOILGhana Oil Company Limited627M1.60+6.67%
TLWTullow Oil Plc17B11.92

Index of African Stock Exchanges:

  1. Botswana Stock Exchange
  2. BRVM Stock Exchange
  3. Ghana Stock Exchange
  4. Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  5. Lusaka Stock Exchange
  6. Malawi Stock Exchange
  7. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Comments (12)

  1. David DansoDavid Danso
    May 19, 2021 08:28 GMT

    He Sir,
    My mother bought shares with total then mobil in 1986. She never recieved any dividend payment for all these years. We then visited the total office and made a request for her dividend payment. She had 278 shares. She later got an alert of 400 cedis payment in January 2020. My question is for over 30 years is 400 cedis the accumulated dividend, how is this true and how do i calculate her dividend since 1986 without knowledge to an accounting background. Thank You

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      May 19, 2021 10:31 GMT

      What you can do is ask your broker for a breakdown of the dividend per share declared by Total Ghana since 1986 and then do the calculation yourself. I can start you off with dividends per share declared since 2010 to date (all amounts are in Ghana Cedis):

      2010: 1.0535
      2011: 1.1400
      2012: 1.2500
      2013: 0.1755
      2014: 0.1755
      2015: 0.2053
      2016: 0.2050
      2017: 0.1333
      2018: 0.1399
      2019: 0.1539
      2020: 0.2424

      Now to know how much dividend you should receive for a particular year, multiply the number of shares held by the dividend per share declared. Do same for each year then sum them all up to see if they match the amount that you were paid. E.g., for the 2020 financial year, that will by 278 x 0.2424 = GH¢ 67.3872 minus applicable withholding taxes. Note that if a shareholder fails to claim their dividends, they don't accrue interest unless it had already been transferred to a bank account.

  2. RichardRichard
    Oct 11, 2020 12:19 GMT

    I want to know the price for a share in 2020, and where can I get it buy.
    Thank you ,Sir.

  3. Eben LincolnEben Lincoln
    Jun 12, 2016 09:09 GMT

    Hello sir, how so I get to know how much dividend was paid on Total previously?
    And again is it acceptable to issue bonus shares that drives down the value of the stock?

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Jun 12, 2016 20:33 GMT

      The last paid dividend is shown in the "Growth & Valuation" table above. If you're a shareholder, you should receive a direct notice on each dividend announcement.

      Regarding bonus issues, they don't actually reduce the value of the stock. Say, a company has 100 shares trading at 0.50, that gives a market cap of 50. If the company issues 4 bonus shares to each shareholder and the price consequently gets set at 0.10, its market cap would now be (4 x 100 + 100) x 0.10 = 50. See, the value is the same :)

  4. salomeysalomey
    Oct 18, 2017 11:41 GMT

    please how much is a share sold and where can i buy some.
    and please when is the dividend payed

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Oct 18, 2017 12:56 GMT

      Share prices vary and change after almost every trading session. TOTAL, for instance, was selling at GH¢ 2.26 last week but it's currently priced at GH¢ 2.61. If you want to buy shares, you'd need to contact a stockbroker. For a list of licensed brokers for the Ghana Stock Exchange, visit the following link: gse.com.gh/...ket-participants. Re dividend payments, they're made either quarterly, semi-annually, or annually.

  5. ISAAC KWASI MENSAHISAAC KWASI MENSAH
    Oct 21, 2016 15:04 GMT

    Please add me to your mailing list.

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Oct 21, 2016 15:22 GMT

      Sorry, mate; there is no mailing list at this time :)

  6. KwameKwame
    Dec 14, 2015 01:01 GMT

    Hello Sir, what caused the sharp increase and then drop of TOTAL shares between May 27th, 2013 and August 12th, 2013?

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Dec 14, 2015 08:06 GMT

      The sharp increase took place between June 3-14, 2013. As for the reason, I really don't know. But you might find it interesting that on Fri, May 31, Total S.A. announced its plans to invest "heavily" in the oil and gas industry in Ghana during the President's visit to France. Then, the following day (Sat, June 1), there was a 3% upward price adjustment for petroleum products. Could these events have made TOTAL a more attractive stock?

      The share price drop (August 12, 2013), on the other hand, was as a result of issuance of bonus shares to the company's shareholders: 7 new shares for every one existing share. The price was consequently set by GSE as a reference price reflecting the bonus issue.

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