Technip Energies supported by oil prices – 2023-05-29 at 18:37

(AOF) – Technip Energies concluded the first session of the week as the headliner of the SBF 120, winning 2.51% to 19.58 euros. The engineering and technology company benefited from the good direction of oil prices.


Key points

– World leader in liquefied natural gas, hydrogen and ethylene engineering, created in February 2021 by sale of TechnipFMC, and invested in energy transition;

– Turnover of €5.4 billion divided into 2 areas: project delivery for 44% and product, service and technology offers;

– Hybrid business model, with two complementary segments with long and short cycles, based on 4 pillars: LNG, decarbonization, sustainable chemistry and carbon-free energy solutions;

– Open but blocked capital (HAL Invest, holding company of the Van der Vorm family for +10%, BPI France for 10% and TechnipFMC 7%), Joseph Rinaldi chairing the board of directors of 9 members, Arnaud Pieton being managing director;

– Solid balance sheet with €1.7 billion in equity and €4.5 billion in cash.


– Medium-term profitable growth strategy

– delivery of projects: revenues of €5.6 to €6 billion, operating margin of 6.5 – 7.5%

– products, services and technologies: revenues of €2 billion, operating margin of 10%;

– Innovation strategy 100% dedicated to energy transition through decarbonization and zero carbon projects -BleH2 by T.EN (hydrogen production solutions), blue ammonia, Inocean wind floats, sustainable fuels for the aviation:

– with a patent portfolio (+ 3000) in strong growth,

– based on incubation, the development of breakthrough technologies and R&D-MIT, CEA, IPI partnerships, etc.;

– Environmental strategy aiming for carbon neutrality of production for 2030;

– net zero by 2050 for indirect emissions from customers and suppliers,

– measurement of emissions avoided by customers;

– Benefits from the joint venture created with NIPGAS and partnerships with Petronas and Svante -carbon capture- and with TotalEnergies -low carbon solutions;

– Good visibility with €3.4 billion in order intake, i.e. an order book of €12.8 billion.


– Reduced sensitivity to the economic situation of the gas sector;

– Impact of the Russia-Ukraine war: 1.4 billion orders for 2022, €854 million for 2024 and €1.6 billion for 2025, i.e. 23% of the order book;

– After a 10% increase in revenues, 2023 objectives: revenues of €5.7 to 6.2 billion, excluding Russian activities and operating margin of 6.7 to 7.2%;

– 2022 dividend of €0.52, i.e. an increase of 16% rate of 32%.

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