Here’s a list of all oil and gas companies on TSX

Energy is one of the largest sectors in Canada, governing a major share of 13.2 per cent in the S&P/TSX Composite Index.

Its sectoral index, the S&P/TSX Capped Energy, comprises 13 large players and holds an average market cap of C$ 12.25 billion. Amid the debilitating pandemic, it managed to grow about 55 per cent year-to-date (YTD).

As the economy heals from the COVID-19 impact, let us take a look at some of the top players of energy sector in Canada.

  1. Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSX:CNQ)

Canadian Natural Resources is based out of Calgary, Canada, and is one of the largest energy sector players in the country. It commands a market cap of C$ 54 billion at the moment.

It has oil and gas operations concentrated in western Canada, along with North Sea and offshore Africa. Its production stood at 1.246 million barrels of oil equivalent per day in the first quarter of 2021.

  1. Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU)

Suncor Energy’s upstream oil and gas operations include bitumen, synthetic crude oil, while its refining operations supplement the company’s total revenues. It has a capacity of processing about 466,000 barrels per day.

The company’s stock traded at C$ 30.98 on the TSX as on June 15, 2021, clocking a month-over-month (MoM) gain of about three per cent.

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  1. Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE)

Cenovus Energy holds refining operations in the US, and production units of natural gas liquids, crude oil, etc based in Alberta. Its market cap stands around C$ 25 billion, as per TSX data.

Cenovus stock closed at C$ 12.48 on June 15, with a price-to-book ratio of 1.09 and a 0.575 per cent dividend yield.

  1. Imperial Oil Limited (TSX:IMO)

Imperial Oil focuses on upstream oil production, petroleum refining and marketing these petroleum products. It currently operates three refineries, with a processing capacity of about 421 million barrels of oil equivalent per day.

Imperial Oil’s net income rose significantly on a year-over-year basis to touch C$ 392 million in the first quarter ending March 31, 2021.

  1. Tourmaline Oil Corp (TSX:TOU)

Tourmaline Oil is a Calgary-based oil and natural gas exploration company, holding a 9.8 billion market capitalization. Its operations are concentrated in western Canada and the sedimentary basin.

Tourmaline Oil saw its stocks grow about four per cent in the last 30 days, as per the closing price of C$ 32.86 on June 15, 2021.

  1. ARC Resources Ltd. (TSX:ARX)

ARC Resources is a C$ 7.26-billion market cap company that is involved in the exploration, development, and production of natural gas products. As on June 15, it reflected a 30-day average trading volume of 3.08 million shares.

The oil and gas player held a dividend yield of 2.43 per cent, a P/E ratio of 18.60 and a P/B ratio of 2.463, as per TMX.

  1. Whitecap Resources Inc. (TSX:WCP)

The C$ 4.07-billion market cap company is one of the largest energy enterprises operating in the country, with its operations centered in western Canada.

Generating most of its revenues from its crude oil products, the company produced about 95,800 BOE/D, which is nearly 5 per cent higher than its initial guidance.

Whitecap reported revenues of C$ 448 million from its petroleum and natural gas production in the quarter ending March 21, 2021.

  1. Crescent Point Energy Corp. (TSX:CPG)

Crescent Point Energy, a Calgary-based oil and gas company, reportedly held reserves of 411 million BOE by the end of 2020.

With a market cap of C$ 3.3 billion as on June 15, the energy enterprise’s average 30-day trading volume touched 4.26 million.

Crescent Point Energy’s cash flow generation rose considerably in the first quarter of 2021, which helped the company reduce its net debt by about C$ 135 million.

  1. Parex Resources Inc. (TSX:PXT)

Parex Resources is said to have oil exploration and development operations in the western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, while its focus remains in Colombia.

It earns revenues from the sale of its oil products to participants in South and North America.

Parex held a market cap of C$ 2.815 billion on June 15, with about 128 million outstanding shares. The company offered earnings per share of C$ 1.43, and a P/E ratio of 15.70, as per TMX.

  1. PrairieSky Royalty Ltd (TSX:PSK)

PrairieSky Royalty, which collects royalty revenue from natural gas and petroleum development, owns sub-surface mineral rights on several royalty properties located in western Canada.

It recorded a C$ 3.2 billion market capitalization on June 15, with a P/E ratio of 77.10 and a P/B ratio of 1.36. The oil and gas sector company offers a 1.78 per cent return on equity.

If you are looking for more than just the top 10 Canadian energy players, here is a list of all the companies posted under this category on the TSX:

 

Name


 Ticker

Market Cap (in C$) as on April 30, 2021

Outstanding Shares as on April 30, 2021

Advantage Oil & Gas Ltd.

AAV

613,247,718

188,112,797

Africa Oil Corp.

AOI

567,902,540

473,252,117

ARC Resources Ltd.

ARX

5,594,799,008

723,777,362

Athabasca Oil Corporation

ATH

318,405,235

530,675,391

Baytex Energy Corp.

BTE

823,601,946

564,110,922

Bengal Energy Ltd.

BNG

34,638,936

432,986,694

Birchcliff Energy Ltd.

BIR

920,161,830

269,595,188

Bonterra Energy Corp.

BNE

118,234,068

33,589,224

Canacol Energy Ltd.

CNE

622,917,473

179,515,122

Canadian Natural Resources Limited

CNQ

44,245,363,530

1,185,884,844

Cardinal Energy Ltd.

CJ

391,792,218

145,108,229

Cenovus Energy Inc.

CVE

19,952,621,032

2,053,401,578

CNOOC Limited

CNU

152,775,936

1,193,562

Condor Petroleum Inc.

CPI

19,889,295

44,198,434

Crescent Point Energy Corp.

CPG

2,814,788,530

580,368,769

Crew Energy Inc.

CR

170,668,499

156,576,605

Enerplus Corporation

ERF

1,697,118,161

256,750,100

Forza Petroleum Limited

FORZ

57,819,722

578,197,218

Freehold Royalties Ltd.

FRU

1,058,054,439

131,435,334

Frontera Energy Corporation

FEC

615,986,536

97,466,224

Gear Energy Ltd.

GXE

128,655,808

247,415,016

Gran Tierra Energy Inc.

GTE

300,924,876

366,981,556

Headwater Exploration Inc.

HWX

878,127,256

195,573,999

i3 Energy plc

ITE

119,009,319

700,054,815

Imperial Oil Limited

IMO

26,059,724,803

734,076,755

InPlay Oil Corp.

IPO

36,176,006

68,256,616

International Petroleum Corporation

IPCO

671,188,581

155,367,727

Journey Energy Inc.

JOY

37,840,996

44,001,158

Kelt Exploration Ltd.

KEL

514,849,354

188,589,507

Kolibri Global Energy Inc.

KEI

22,127,649

232,922,625

MEG Energy Corp.

MEG

2,058,300,800

303,137,084

NuVista Energy Ltd.

NVA

523,958,776

225,844,300

Obsidian Energy Ltd.

OBE

124,989,307

73,523,122

Ovintiv Inc.

OVV

7,672,077,076

261,043,793

Paramount Resources Ltd.

POU

1,540,600,742

134,667,897

Parex Resources Inc.

PXT

2,976,827,201

128,588,648

Perpetual Energy Inc.

PMT

13,248,122

63,086,296

Petrus Resources Ltd.

PRQ

26,218,760

49,469,358

Peyto Exploration & Development Corp.

PEY

884,771,057

165,069,227

Pieridae Energy Limited

PEA

69,362,423

157,641,871

Pine Cliff Energy Ltd.

PNE

100,727,729

335,759,095

Pipestone Energy Corp.

PIPE

308,224,024

191,443,493

Prairie Provident Resources Inc.

PPR

5,760,634

128,014,081

PrairieSky Royalty Ltd.

PSK

2,943,094,000

223,300,000

Questerre Energy Corporation

QEC

85,503,167

427,515,836

Storm Resources Ltd.

SRX

387,046,742

121,712,812

Suncor Energy Inc.

SU

40,017,315,455

1,522,149,694

Surge Energy Inc.

SGY

252,862,209

340,574,739

Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd.

TVE

775,485,488

301,745,326

Topaz Energy Corp.

TPZ

1,631,679,487

112,607,280

Touchstone Exploration Inc.

TXP

362,261,355

209,399,627

Tourmaline Oil Corp.

TOU

7,872,332,742

296,845,126

TransGlobe Energy Corporation

TGL

141,457,038

72,542,071

Valeura Energy Inc.

VLE

40,694,945

86,584,989

Vermilion Energy Inc.

VET

1,448,745,762

158,853,702

Whitecap Resources Inc.

WCP

3,213,396,243

597,285,547

Yangarra Resources Ltd.

YGR

93,063,900

85,379,725

 

 

 

 

 

 

The above constitutes a preliminary view and any interest in stocks should be evaluated further from investment point of view.

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