PBR » Topics » The equity market value of the Company on June 30, 2006 totaled R$ 202,635 million, an appreciation of 17% in relation to December 31, 2005.
This excerpt taken from the PBR 6-K filed Aug 14, 2006.
The equity market value of the Company on June 30, 2006 totaled R$ 202,635 million, an appreciation of 17% in relation to December 31, 2005.
Consolidated operating net revenue totaled R$ 37,948 million during 2Q-2006, a 17% increase over 2Q-2005.
2Q-2006 consolidated net income totaled R$ 6,959 million, 41% higher than 2Q-2005, mainly due to higher realization prices for the companys oil products in its internal and external markets, following similar price increases in
Total production of oil, NGL, and natural gas in 2Q- 2006 averaged 2,273 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day, similar to the levels of 2Q-2005. Production from the P-43 (Barracuda) and P-48 (Caratinga) platforms, whose production stabilized
at full capacity in June 2005, as well as the production from P-50 (Albacora Leste) and FPSO-Capixaba (Golfinho) platforms which began producing in 2Q-2006, were offset by scheduled maintenance stoppages in several production systems during June of
Oil and NGL production in Brazil averaged 1,757 thousand barrels/day, 76% of which was produced from Bacia de Campos (1,441 thousand barrels/day).
As a result of a higher capacity utilization factor, production of refined products in Brazil averaged 1,795 thousand barrels/day during 2Q-2006, an increase of 8% when compared with 2Q-2005.
Petrobras net debt as of June 30, 2006 was R$ 20,808 million, 3% lower than net debt as of March 31, 2006, (R$ 21,523 million) reflecting payments of scheduled amortizations. Net Debt/EBITDA ratio was 0.38 (unchanged from 1Q -
In the 1H-2006, the Petrobras System invested R$ 13,644 million (24% higher than in the same period of the prior year), of which R$ 7,195 million was invested in developing oil and gas reserves in Brazil.
Value-added by the Petrobras System in the 1H-2006 reached R$ 64,605 million, an increase of 18% over the 1H-2005, of which R$ 36,819 million (57%) is destined for government participation and other federal, state and municipal taxes, R$
8,332 million to suppliers and financial institutions for financial charges, rent and charters, R$ 14,586 million to shareholders, and R$ 4,868 million to salaries, bonuses and benefits.
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