4.01% Sep 19, 09:05 PM
$1.14 Paid Quarterly
46.7% EPS $2.44
1 year Since 2013
No Ex-Dividend Dates
Have Been Scheduled

STO - Upcoming Dividend Payouts
Next Ex-Dividend Date None

Amount Declare Date Ex-Dividend Date ▲ Record Date Pay Date Payout Type
No Upcoming Dividend Dates
STO has not yet officially announced its next dividend payout.

STO - Dividend Yield & Stock Price History
Current Dividend Yield 4.01%

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STO - Dividend Payout History
Current Annual Payout $1.14

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STO - Dividend Growth History

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2004-2008
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Reveal Dividend Growth History for STO. 7.5% 7.2% 1 year
Annual dividend amounts based on Ex-dividend date

STO - Historical Annual Dividend Data & Growth
Payouts Increasing For 1 year

Payout Amount Calendar Year Annual Growth
$1.1450 2013 7.2%
$1.0680 2012 -7.1%

STO - Historical Dividend Data
Payouts Increasing For 1 year

Payout Amount Declared Date Ex-Dividend Date Record Date Pay Date ▼ Qualified Dividend? Payout Type Frequency
$0.2907 2014-08-14 2014-08-18 2014-09-05 Unknown Regular Quarter
$1.1746 2014-05-15 2014-05-19 2014-06-04 Unknown Regular Quarter
$1.1450 2013-05-17 2013-05-21 2013-06-05 Unknown Regular Annual
$1.0680 2012-05-17 2012-05-21 2012-06-11 Unknown Regular Annual
$1.1502 2011-05-20 2011-05-24 2011-06-13 Unknown Regular Annual

Statoil (STO) - News

  • Statoil Abandons $120M Wind Project in Maine (STO)

    The Norwegian energy giant, Statoil (STO) , announced on Tuesday that it will be pulling out of a proposed wind project in Maine, effectively abandoning a deal worth $120 million. Statoil said in a statement that it will be abandoning the proposed $120 million wind project off Maine's coast after the state's governor, Paul LePage, maneuvered to reopen the bidding process for a contract with the state. Statoil's project had gained regulatory approval for four wind turbines; however, Governor LePage reopened the bidding process to make room for the University of Maine. He went on to comment how Statoil's project would end up pushing $200 million in costs onto taxpayers. Statoil has reportedly now moved onto pursuing a project in Scotland. Statoil shares inched higher on Tuesday, gaining 0.13% on the day. The stock is down 9% YTD.

    The Bottom Line

    Shares of Statoil (STO) are yielding 5.10% based on Tuesday's closing price of $22.73. Statoil (STO) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.

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  • Statoil Comes Up with Another Big Discovery (STO)

    Norway's multinational oil firm Statoil (STO) announced that it has made another discovery in Canada. The firm noted that the discovery of crude oil came in the Flemish Pass Basin, off the shore of Newfoundland. This marks the second discovery in that area since June, as the company continues to find new resources much to the delight of its shareholders. Statoil is one of the largest oil companies in the world and continues to poise itself for future growth. Founded in 1972, it should be noted that the largest stakeholder in Statoil's stock is the Norwegian government, which owns well over half the shares. Some may see this as a positive as it means the company has significant government backing, while others get nervous when political institutions have such commanding control over a stock. Statoil shares shot up 38 cents, or 1.74%, by the time markets closed Tuesday. For the year, STO has had its fair share of struggles, losing nearly 13%. The Bottom Line Shares of Statoil (STO) are currently yielding 5.32% based on Tuesday's closing price of $21.81. Statoil (STO) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.

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