A reasonable year:
|Earnings / Earnings Per Share|
|Total revenues and other income||116,642||90,028||404,552||377,635|
|Total costs and other deductions||96,920||74,467||334,078||310,233|
|Income before income taxes||19,722||15,561||70,474||67,402|
|Net income (U.S. GAAP)||11,660||10,250||40,610||39,500|
|Net income per common share (dollars)||2.15||1.77||7.36||6.68|
Net income per common share – assuming dilution (dollars)
$40 billion to shareholders, $29 billion to the tax man.
Oh, and if this is to be believed, another $71 billion in further taxes (oil royalties et al).
The public coffers get two and a half times what the shareholders do. My, how we are all ripped off by the oil companies.