Статья опубликована в журнале: Финансовая аналитика: проблемы и решения, 2022, Т. 15, № 4, С. 419 – 434
Автор(ы): Oleg V. SHIMKO
Рубрика: ЭКОНОМИКО-СТАТИСТИЧЕСКИЕ ИССЛЕДОВАНИЯ
Предмет. The article considers the market capitalization and the enterprise value of the twenty five leading publicly traded oil and gas companies within 2006 through 2018.
Цели. The aim of the study is to determine the current level of values of the market capitalization and the enterprise value of the leading publicly traded oil and gas companies, as well as identify the key trends in their changes within the studied period, and identify the factors that have caused these changes.
Методология. For the study, I used comparative, and financial and economic analyses, and generalization of materials of the companies' consolidated financial statements.
Результаты. The article determines the changes in the market capitalization and enterprise value of the leading publicly traded corporations in the industry, and identifies the main factors that contributed to the transformation. A decrease in market capitalization was revealed. Comparison of corporations from the USA, Canada, Europe, China, Brazil and Russia shows the country factor impact. The market valuation of independent companies is more affected by changes in oil prices than the capitalization of integrated corporations. Large transactions with assets cause a change in the balance sheet value of equity capital and can affect capitalization. It is established that the period under review is characterized by an increase in the total net debt of companies. This serves as a negative factor for the total market valuation.
Выводы. The aggregate market valuation of the leading publicly traded oil and gas corporations does not get changed significantly over an extended period. But the industry increases the debt burden, which negatively affects the market capitalization of companies.
Ключевые слова: market cap, enterprise value, net debt, common share, preferred share