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HF Sinclair Posts Strong Q3, Achieves Synergy and Return Targets Ahead of Schedule With More to Come

Allen Good Sector Strategist

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HF Sinclair exceeded market expectations, reporting adjusted earnings of $982.9 million in the third quarter compared with $209.9 million a year ago largely thanks to strong refining results. During the quarter it accelerated shareholder returns from the previous quarter, repurchasing $866.2 million in shares and paying $85.3 million in dividends ($0.40/share). This brings its total shareholder returns to $1.1 billion since the closing of the Sinclair acquisition in March, well ahead of its prior end of first-quarter 2023 target. In September it authorized another $1 billion of repurchases that will go toward fulfilling its targeted long-term payout ratio of 50%.

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HF Sinclair is an integrated petroleum refiner that owns and operates seven refineries serving the Rockies, midcontinent, Southwest, and Pacific Northwest, with a total crude oil throughput capacity of 678,000 barrels per day. It is investing to produce 380 million gallons of renewable diesel annually. It holds a marketing business with over 300 distributors and 1,300 wholesale branded sites across 30 states. It also has a 47% ownership stake in Holly Energy Partners, which owns and operates petroleum product pipelines and terminals principally in the southwestern United States.

2828 North Harwood, Suite 1300
Dallas, TX, 75201
Sector Energy
Industry Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing
Employees 4,208

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Yes. DINO has a forward dividend yield of 3.12%. See DINO’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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DINO’s market cap is 10.32 Bil.
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DINO’s stock style is Mid Value.
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DINO’s price/sales is 0.28.
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DINO’s price/forward earnings is 6.25.
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DINO’s price/book is 1.14.
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