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This statistic highlights Store Corporation’s Revenue by Segment, split between Downstream, Upstream, and other segments, from 2016 onwards.
Store Corporation’s Revenue by Segment
|Category||Q3 2020||Q3 2019||YoY Growth||Revenue share in Q3 2020|
(All figures in millions, except percentages)
Upstream is related to earnings or operations (costs) in a firm that is at the initial stages of producing a good or service. It refers to all the activities needed to gather the materials required to create a product. The upstream process is involved in searching and extracting raw materials. However, this stage does not involve doing anything with the material itself like processing it. Upstream simply finds and extracts the raw material.
Thus the company’s process that is dependent on the extraction of raw materials is generally called an upstream process. For example, exploration and production are upstream operations (costs) for a large integrated oil company.
In Q3 2020, Store Capital Corporation generated 9% of its total revenue from upstream activities amounting to $5.7 million. However, there has been a decrease in revenue by 24% year-over-year in this segment from $ 7.51 million in Q3 2019. Whereas the segment has witnessed 22% quarter-over-quarter growth from $4.66 million in Q2 2020.
In the downstream stage, the materials collected from the upstream stage are converted into a finished product. This stage also includes the actual sale of the finished product to other businesses, governments, and private individuals. The type of end-user will differ depending on the finished product. In all types of the industry, in the downstream process, the company has direct contact with customers through the finished product.
The downstream stage includes elements such as distribution, retailing, and wholesaling all of which are committed to providing timely delivery to clients. Another important component of this stage is customer service as it is the final bridge between the product and the end-user. When compared to upstream industries, downstream industries are generally more stable and have higher profit margins.
For example, in the petroleum industry, the downstream process could consist of converting crude oil into other products and then selling it to the final customers. The downstream operations extend first to the wholesalers and second, to the ultimate end-users or consumers. Marketing and transportation are important components of downstream stages.
In Q3 2020, Store Capital Corporation generated 30% of its total revenue from downstream activities amounting to $18.26 million. However, there has been a decrease in revenue by 33% in this segment from $27.21 million in Q3 2019. Whereas the segment has witnessed 62% quarter-over-quarter growth from $11.24 million in Q2 2020.
In Q3 2020, Store Capital Corporation generated 61% of its total revenue from other activities amounting to $37 million. However, there has been a decrease in revenue by 39% in this segment from $61 million in Q3 2019. Whereas the segment has witnessed 12% quarter-over-quarter growth from $33 million in Q2 2020.
The pandemic has adversely impacted Store Capital Corporation due to government-mandated limits imposed on the company’s tenants’ businesses and also due to public perceptions regarding safety, which further impacted the tenants’ ability to pay rent. At present nearly all of its properties are open for business with movie theaters remaining to be the most impacted industry.
Store Capital Corporation is an American-based company established in 2011 by Mr. Volk. Its headquarters are in Scottsdale, Arizona. Store Capital Corporation completed its initial public offering in 2014 and its common stocks are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “STOR”.
Store Capital Corporation net-lease real estate investment trust also called as REIT. It is the leader in the investment, acquisition, and management of Single Tenant Operational Real Estate Properties. It has more than 2,600 property locations operated by more than 500 customers across the United States. It has an array of customers across a variety of industries within the service, manufacturing, and retail sectors of the U.S. economy, along with restaurants, metal fabrication, health clubs, early childhood education, and automotive repair. Some of its competitors are Landbay, Freddie Mac, Axis Finance, and CWB Maxium Financial.
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