Philippians 66 (NYSE:psx) -1.8% in trading Friday after disclosing a Capital budget $2 billion for fiscal year 2023includes 50% of planned growth capital of $1.1 billion in support of low-carbon initiatives, compared with 45% allocated in the company’s 2022 plan.
Including Phillips 66’s (psx) shares the share of capital expenditures related to the Chevron Phillips and WRB Refining joint ventures CPChem and WRB, the company’s total 2023 capital program is expected to be $3.1 billion.
Phillips 66 plans to spend $1.1 billion in growth capital on its refining business by 2023, including $729 million on the continued transformation of the San Francisco Refinery in Rodeo, California , into one of the largest renewable fuel facilities in the world.
The planned midstream capital expenditure of $639 million will be directed towards strengthening the company’s integrated natural gas liquids value chain from wellhead to market.
The company says its master program supports its commitment to return $10 billion to $12 billion to shareholders between the second half of 2022 and the end of 2024 through dividend increases and buybacks. shares back.
Even if Phillips 66’s (psx) valuation has been cut by almost half from pre-pandemic levels, a closer look at the stock and its underlying business shows limited upside potential while the risk it declines with the Other energy stocks were higher, Gravel wrote in a report. Analysis recently posted on Seeking Alpha.