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Unocal's preliminary adjusted after-tax earnings for the second quarter 2005 were $488 million, or $1.
See Note (b) to the schedule "Reconciliation of Net Income Attributable to FMC Stockholders (GAAP) to Adjusted After-Tax Earnings from Continuing Operations, Attributable to FMC Stockholders (Non-GAAP)" for further details on the components that make up this line item.
Unocal's first quarter adjusted after-tax earnings are expected to change $8 million for every $1 change in its average worldwide realized price for crude oil and $3 million for every 10-cent change in its average realized North America natural gas price, excluding the effect of hedging activities.
For the second quarter 2004, Unocal is forecasting adjusted after-tax earnings of 65 to 75 cents per share (diluted).
Unocal's second quarter 2004 adjusted after-tax earnings (compared with 2Q 2003) reflected higher worldwide crude oil and natural gas prices and lower exploration expense.
Unocal's fourth quarter 2004 adjusted after-tax earnings are expected to change $8 million for every $1 change in its average worldwide realized price for crude oil and $3 million for every 10-cent change in its average realized North America natural gas price, excluding the effect of hedging activities.
This news release contains forward-looking statements about matters such as adjusted after-tax earnings, dry hole costs, and production rates and timing.
The second quarter adjusted after-tax earnings forecast exclude special items.
CSSC) under the CSC Group posted NT$378 million in after-tax earnings in the first three quarters, surpassing the NT$350 million of last year, with the steady orders expected to generate after-tax earnings of NT$600 million, or NT$3 per share, in 2011 for a historic high.
Institutional investors believe Giga-Byte's after-tax earnings will exceed NT$1.
9 points of the combined ratio for the second quarter of 2001 and would impact after-tax earnings for the same period by an estimated 8 cents per diluted share.
Institutional investors predict the FPG's Ningbo Beilun petrochemical zone will see two billion renminbi in after-tax earnings this year, with FCFC and FPC, based on such projections, to post NT$6 billion and NT$4 billion in after-tax earnings, or NT$1.