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InPlay Oil Corp
TSX:IPO

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InPlay Oil Corp
TSX:IPO
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Price: 2.41 CAD 0.42%
Updated: Apr 22, 2024

Profitability Summary

We take all the information about a company's profitability (such as its margins, capital efficiency, free cash flow generating ability, and more) and consolidate it into one single number - the profitability score. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

Past Growth

To be successful and remain in business, both growth and profitability are important and necessary. Net Income growth is often seen as a sign of a company's efficiency from an operational standpoint, but is influenced heavily by a company's goals and challenges and should therefore be assessed in conjunction with other metrics like revenue and operating income growth.

Margins

Profit margins represent what percentage of sales has turned into profits. Simply put, the percentage figure indicates how many cents of profit the company has generated for each dollar of sale.

Profit margins help investors assess if a company's management is generating enough profit from its sales and whether operating costs and overhead costs are being contained.

Earnings Waterfall
InPlay Oil Corp

Revenue
156.9m CAD
Operating Expenses
-119.4m CAD
Operating Income
37.4m CAD
Other Expenses
-4.7m CAD
Net Income
32.7m CAD

Margins Comparison
InPlay Oil Corp Competitors

Country Company Market Cap Operating
Margin
Net
Margin
CA
InPlay Oil Corp
TSX:IPO
217.6m CAD
24%
21%
US
Conocophillips
NYSE:COP
151.8B USD
26%
19%
CN
CNOOC Ltd
HKEX:883
863.8B HKD
41%
30%
CA
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd
TSX:CNQ
113.1B CAD
29%
23%
US
EOG Resources Inc
NYSE:EOG
77.8B USD
40%
32%
US
Pioneer Natural Resources Co
NYSE:PXD
63.6B USD
34%
25%
US
Hess Corp
NYSE:HES
47.6B USD
28%
13%
US
Diamondback Energy Inc
NASDAQ:FANG
36B USD
54%
37%
AU
Woodside Energy Group Ltd
ASX:WDS
54.4B AUD
38%
12%
US
Devon Energy Corp
NYSE:DVN
33B USD
32%
25%
US
Continental Resources Inc
NYSE:CLR
27B USD
58%
40%
Country CA
Market Cap 217.6m CAD
Operating Margin
24%
Net Margin
21%
Country US
Market Cap 151.8B USD
Operating Margin
26%
Net Margin
19%
Country CN
Market Cap 863.8B HKD
Operating Margin
41%
Net Margin
30%
Country CA
Market Cap 113.1B CAD
Operating Margin
29%
Net Margin
23%
Country US
Market Cap 77.8B USD
Operating Margin
40%
Net Margin
32%
Country US
Market Cap 63.6B USD
Operating Margin
34%
Net Margin
25%
Country US
Market Cap 47.6B USD
Operating Margin
28%
Net Margin
13%
Country US
Market Cap 36B USD
Operating Margin
54%
Net Margin
37%
Country AU
Market Cap 54.4B AUD
Operating Margin
38%
Net Margin
12%
Country US
Market Cap 33B USD
Operating Margin
32%
Net Margin
25%
Country US
Market Cap 27B USD
Operating Margin
58%
Net Margin
40%

Return on Capital

Return on capital ratios give a sense of how well a company is using its capital (equity, assets, capital employed, etc.) to generate profits (operating income, net income, etc.). In simple words, these ratios show how much income is generated for each dollar of capital invested.

Return on Capital Comparison
InPlay Oil Corp Competitors

Country Company Market Cap ROE ROA ROCE ROIC
CA
InPlay Oil Corp
TSX:IPO
217.6m CAD
12%
7%
9%
9%
US
Conocophillips
NYSE:COP
151.8B USD
22%
12%
18%
12%
CN
CNOOC Ltd
HKEX:883
863.8B HKD
20%
13%
20%
17%
CA
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd
TSX:CNQ
113.1B CAD
21%
11%
15%
12%
US
EOG Resources Inc
NYSE:EOG
77.8B USD
29%
18%
26%
22%
US
Pioneer Natural Resources Co
NYSE:PXD
63.6B USD
21%
14%
20%
16%
US
Hess Corp
NYSE:HES
47.6B USD
16%
6%
14%
10%
US
Diamondback Energy Inc
NASDAQ:FANG
36B USD
20%
11%
18%
13%
AU
Woodside Energy Group Ltd
ASX:WDS
54.4B AUD
5%
3%
10%
5%
US
Devon Energy Corp
NYSE:DVN
33B USD
32%
16%
23%
18%
US
Continental Resources Inc
NYSE:CLR
27B USD
42%
19%
31%
23%
Country CA
Market Cap 217.6m CAD
ROE
12%
ROA
7%
ROCE
9%
ROIC
9%
Country US
Market Cap 151.8B USD
ROE
22%
ROA
12%
ROCE
18%
ROIC
12%
Country CN
Market Cap 863.8B HKD
ROE
20%
ROA
13%
ROCE
20%
ROIC
17%
Country CA
Market Cap 113.1B CAD
ROE
21%
ROA
11%
ROCE
15%
ROIC
12%
Country US
Market Cap 77.8B USD
ROE
29%
ROA
18%
ROCE
26%
ROIC
22%
Country US
Market Cap 63.6B USD
ROE
21%
ROA
14%
ROCE
20%
ROIC
16%
Country US
Market Cap 47.6B USD
ROE
16%
ROA
6%
ROCE
14%
ROIC
10%
Country US
Market Cap 36B USD
ROE
20%
ROA
11%
ROCE
18%
ROIC
13%
Country AU
Market Cap 54.4B AUD
ROE
5%
ROA
3%
ROCE
10%
ROIC
5%
Country US
Market Cap 33B USD
ROE
32%
ROA
16%
ROCE
23%
ROIC
18%
Country US
Market Cap 27B USD
ROE
42%
ROA
19%
ROCE
31%
ROIC
23%

Free Cash Flow

Free cash flow (FCF) is the money a company has left over after paying its operating expenses and capital expenditures. The more free cash flow a company has, the more it can allocate to dividends, paying down debt, and growth opportunities.

If a company has a decreasing free cash flow, that is not necessarily bad if the company is investing in its growth.

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