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Energy Stocks Surge on Positive Vaccine News, but Plenty of Upside Remains

Preston Caldwell Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Preston Caldwell |

Energy stocks surged on Nov. 9 following Pfizer's announcement of favorable phase 3 data on its COVID-19 vaccine. The broader U.S. Market Index was up 1% on the day, but the energy sector led the way up 14%. Oil prices (West Texas Intermediate) were also up about 8%. Despite the rally, the energy sector is still down around 45% year-to-date. We think the sell-off has been overdone, and as such energy stocks continue to look undervalued overall. Our median covered energy stock trades at a 37% discount to our fair value. Within energy, oilfield services look cheapest overall, trading at a median 52% discount to fair value. E&Ps are also at a 45% median discount to fair value.

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Company Profile

Business Description

Equinor is a Norway-based integrated oil and gas company. It has been publicly listed since 2001, but the government retains a 67% stake. Operating primarily on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, the firm produced 2.1 million barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2019 (52% oil) and ended the year with 6.0 billion barrels of proven reserves (48% oil). Operations also include oil refineries and natural gas processing, marketing, and trading.

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Forusbeen 50
Stavanger, N-4035, Norway
T +47 51990000
Sector Energy
Industry Oil & Gas Integrated
Most Recent Earnings Sep 30, 2020
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2020
Stock Type
Employees 21,412

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