|2020-11-05 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
森科尔能源公司10月28日表示，为了进一步降低成本，该公司还将在未来18个月内加速对员工进行结构性裁员，裁员幅度约为10% - 15%。
10月29日，刚刚宣布合并协议的加拿大油砂企业Cenovus 能源公司和哈斯基能源公司也公布了第三季度财务报告，同时也报告了各自亏损。Cenovus能源公司公布第3季度净亏损1.45亿美元(1.94亿加元)，这是该公司连续第三个季度亏损，此前Cenovus能源公司与作业者菲利普斯 66公司在得克萨斯州Borger共同拥有的一家炼油厂计入了3.37亿美元(4.5亿加元)的减损支出。
李峻 编译自 油价网
Canada’s Oil Crisis Continues As Majors Report More Losses
Canada’s largest oil companies continue to post quarterly losses this year as low crude oil prices and low refining margins hit earnings.
On Wednesday Suncor Energy reported its third consecutive quarterly loss so far this year, as the pandemic severely hits both the upstream and downstream sectors in Canada.
Suncor posted a net loss of US$9 million (C$12 million) for Q3, smaller than the losses for the previous two quarters, but a loss nevertheless, especially compared to the net earnings of US$773 million (C$1.035 billion) for the third quarter of 2019.
Earlier this year, Suncor axed its dividend by 55 percent after posting a loss in the first quarter.
Suncor said on Wednesday it was also accelerating previously disclosed structural reductions to its workforce over the next 18 months by approximately 10 to 15 percent to further reduce costs.
On Thursday, Cenovus Energy and Husky Energy - which had just announced their agreement to combine - also reported Q3 financials, and they also reported losses.
Cenovus reported a net loss of US$145 million (C$194 million) for Q3 - its third straight quarterly loss - after an impairment charge of US$337 million (C$450 million) associated with a refinery Cenovus co-owns with the operator, Phillips 66, at Borger, Texas.
Husky Energy, for its part, booked a massive net loss of US$5.2 billion (C$7 billion) due to after-tax non-cash impairments of US$5 billion (C$6.7 billion) related to lower long-term commodity price assumptions and reduced capital investment.
“While oil prices showed gradual improvement during the third quarter, we were impacted by lagging U.S. refining margins, turnarounds at several facilities and a significant non-cash impairment related to lower long-term commodity price assumptions and market indicators, including the recently announced transaction,” CEO Rob Peabody said in a statement.
“We are confident that the combination with Cenovus will deliver significant long-term value by creating a larger, stronger and more resilient Canadian integrated energy producer,” Peabody added.