Técnicas Reunidas

Tecnicas Reunidas, leading the bid for Aramco Gas Projects

Middle East represents 70% of Tecnicas Reunidas projects

Alphavalue | Even if the battle between Chevron and Occidental for Anadarko serves to remind us that financial discipline and oil and gas rarely go together, it remains far from its 2014 heights. The companies integrated in Tecnicas Reunidas have drastically restructures their cost basis in the last five years, to the consternation of the oil services sector.


Tecnicas Reunidas announce new tenders at the end of 2018

Tecnicas Reunidas Gains New Tenders At The End Of 2018

Tecnicas Reunidas has announced it has secured the tenders for three contracts at the close of 2018 for around 1 billion dollars (870 million euros). The new tenders are the most positive aspect in recent months. In the middle of November a new contract was also announced for 1.27 billion euros.





Spanish Técnicas Reunidas awarded first contract by oil giant Petronas

MADRID | The Corner | Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) of Malaysia has awarded to Técnicas Reunidas a contract for the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (EPCC) of all hydrotreating units, interconnections and torch of the Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development Project (RAPID) in Pengerang.


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Today’s market chatter: time to invest in Spanish real estate and much more

MADRID | By Jaime Santisteban | Feel like investing in Spanish real estate?  It’s apparently the time, according to Bankinter analysts, as European prices continue their upwards trend, financing costs are low and we see price recovery signs in big cities like Madrid and Barcelona. They suggest direct investment assets with a horizon beyond 3-5 years. Also, the EU announced on Monday that the Eurozone’s GDP will grow by 1.2% this year and by 1.7% in 2015. As for Spain, Brussels is less optimistic than the Spanish government in its forecast.

 


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Market chatter: Spain’s Caixabank misses expectations but sees NPL ratio go down

MADRID | By Jaime Santisteban | Caixabank’s net profit dropped by 54.6% to €152M in the first quarter. Analysts highlight the positive impact of integrating Banco de Valencia and Banca Cívica. Spain’s third biggest bank by market value improved its margins and reduced its NPL rate for the first time since the crisis started. 

 


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Today’s market chatter in Spain

MADRID | By Jaime Santisteban | Moderate falls on European stock markets today as they assimilate this ‘hawkish’ message from the Fed.  In Spain, another operation adds to Prisa’s restructuring of its debt burden of over 3 billion euros.