Follow up of TOTAL stock option plans as of December 31, 2014

Breakdown of TOTAL stock option grants by category of beneficiary 

The following table gives a breakdown of TOTAL stock options awarded by category of beneficiary (executive officers, other senior executives and other employees) for each of the plans in effect during 2014 (for more information concerning the TOTAL stock option plans, refer to Note 25 to the Consolidated Financial Statements)Table : Breakdown of TOTAL stock option grants by category of beneficiary

For the 2007, 2008 and 2009 share subscription option plans, the Board of Directors decided that for each beneficiary of more than 25,000 options, one-third of the options awarded in excess of that number should be subject to a performance condition. 

For the 2010 share subscription option plan, a portion of the options granted to beneficiaries of more than 3,000 options are subject to a performance condition. For the 2011 share subscription option plan, all of the options are subject to a performance condition. 

Since September 14, 2011, the Board of Directors has decided not to award any stock options. 

Historic overview of outstanding TOTAL stock option plans

Breakdown of outstanding TOTAL stock option plans (AMF Table No. 8)

Table : Past awards of subscription or purchase options - Information on the subscription or purchase options

In the event of the exercise of all share subscription options outstanding as of December 31, 2014, the corresponding shares would represent 0.69%(1) of the Company’s potential share capital on that date. 

Stock options awarded to the ten employees (other than executive or non executive directors) receiving the largest number of options/Stock options exercised by the ten employees (other than executive or non executive directors) exercising the largest number of options (AMF Table No. 9) 

Table : Stock options awarded to the ten employees

 

(1) Based on a potential capital of 2,403,907,748 shares (see point "Potential capital" of Chapter "General information").