China's Oil Production About To Peak: That's A Very Big Deal

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International oil companies aren't risk-free either, of course. But they offset that, more or less, with transparency, shareholder democracy and, don't forget, high dividend yields of about 5 percent on average. In the past decade, the international majors paid out almost $380 billion in cash dividends, or 25 percent of their operating cash flow, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That's double the payout of the emerging NOCs -- and just 15 percent of cash flow -- and has been more consistent, too (this doesn't count buybacks, either). The Chinese majors' yields look good right now, but mainly because of their beaten-down stocks.

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Source : https://www.bloombergquint.com/business/2017/12/11/saudi-aramco-lessons-from-oil-s-school-of-hard-nocs

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