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Energy Minerals

Indian Oil Corp. Ltd.

Company Background

India's largest commercial enterprise, Indian Oil leads various segments of the country's oil and gas industry. Along with subsidiary Chennai Petroleum, the group controls roughly 50% of the market for petroleum products and 30% of national refining capacity.

The Indian government owns nearly 70% of the Fortune 500 company; indirectly, the government holds another 19% stake through state energy companies Oil and Natural Gas Corp. and Oil India.

Indian Oil was established in 1959 with the aim of making India self-sufficient in oil refining and marketing operations. Originally known as Indian Oil Company, it adopted its present name in 1964 after a merger with Indian Refineries, established in 1958. Under the administrative control of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, the company has also made forays into alternative energy, including wind, solar, biofuels and nuclear power. The group has three Indian subsidiaries and six international ones, along with 16 joint ventures.

B. Ashok, who joined the company in 1981, has served as Indian Oil's chairman since July 2014. Long a key figure in guiding the business, he is behind initiatives such as installing pilfer-proof locks on tanker trucks to prevent theft and tampering. Another example is a smartphone app that keeps Indian Oil field officers abreast of business information in real time. The chairman is known to be an avid reader, musician and sports enthusiast.

Business Summary

Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. is a holding company, which engages in refining, pipeline transportation, and marketing of petroleum products. It also explores and produces crude oil and gas; and markets natural gas and petrochemicals. It operates through the following business segments: Petroleum Products, Petro-Chemicals, and Other Businesses. The Other Businesses segment covers the sale of gas, explosives, and cryogenics; wins mill and solar power generation; and oil and gas exploration activities. The company was founded on June 30, 1959 and is headquartered in New Delhi, India.

Financial Highlights

Mar 2020 INRUSD
Revenue4,820.34B67,982.22M
Gross Profit327,694.39M4,621.53M
Operating income-10,631.80M-149.94M
Income before tax-85,431M-1,204.84M
Net income-8,931.40M-125.96M
EBITDA87,917M1,239.90M
Diluted EPS-0.97-0.01
Dividends Per Share----
Total Assets3,362.66B44,449.56M
Total liabilities2,380.60B31,468.18M
Total equity953,979.10M12,610.22M
Operating cash flow55,843.60M787.57M
Currency in INRCurrency in USD

Historical Data

 Mar 2016Mar 2017Mar 2018Mar 2019Mar 2020
Revenue 3,459.03B 3,496.66B 4,177.97B 5,259.36B 4,820.34B
Gross Profit 379,450.60M 474,576.70M 504,655.70M 487,352.90M 327,694.39M
Operating income 200,566.50M 225,736.40M 310,166.20M 272,260.90M -10,631.80M
Income before tax 180,717.60M 279,558M 344,502.20M 245,425.20M -85,431M
Net income 120,224.50M 198,494.90M 221,894.50M 173,767M -8,931.40M
EBITDA 257,576.60M 293,834.50M 386,801.60M 357,325.40M 87,917M
Diluted EPS 12.38 20.94 23.40 18.40 -0.97
Dividends Per Share 3.50 9.50 11.50 9.25 --
Total Assets 2,393.69B 3,027.50B 3,045.55B 3,419.30B 3,362.66B
Total liabilities 1,472.97B 1,980.07B 1,871.76B 2,260.13B 2,380.60B
Total equity 899,258.90M 1,020.42B 1,138.73B 1,124.69B 953,979.10M
Operating cash flow 237,515.10M 279,925.40M 287,948.80M 109,845.80M 55,843.60M
 Mar 2016Mar 2017Mar 2018Mar 2019Mar 2020
Revenue 52,833.15M 52,144.64M 64,808.88M 75,195.33M 67,982.22M
Gross Profit 5,795.71M 7,077.20M 7,828.23M 6,967.88M 4,621.53M
Operating income 3,063.44M 3,366.33M 4,811.31M 3,892.62M -149.94M
Income before tax 2,760.27M 4,168.95M 5,343.93M 3,508.94M -1,204.84M
Net income 1,836.30M 2,960.08M 3,442.03M 2,484.41M -125.96M
EBITDA 3,934.21M 4,381.85M 6,000.08M 5,108.83M 1,239.90M
Diluted EPS 0.18 0.31 0.36 0.26 -0.01
Dividends Per Share 0.05 0.14 0.17 0.13 --
Total Assets 36,146.26M 46,623.65M 46,695.46M 49,358.38M 44,449.56M
Total liabilities 22,242.74M 30,493.14M 28,698.43M 32,625.52M 31,468.18M
Total equity 13,579.35M 15,714.54M 17,459.50M 16,235.18M 12,610.22M
Operating cash flow 3,627.80M 4,174.43M 4,466.67M 1,570.51M 787.57M

Valuation Measures

Mar 2020
PER--
ROA-0.26%
ROE-0.85%
Operating margin-0.22%
Profit margin-0.18%

Key executives

  • Chief Financial Officer & Finance Director: Sandeep Kumar Gupta
  • Director & Director-Research & Development: S. S. V. Ramakumar
  • Executive Director-Operations: Manoj Sharma
  • Director & Director-Human Resources: Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra
  • General Manager: H. Shankar

Shareholders

  • Government of India (51.4%)
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. (14.2%)
  • Life Insurance Corp of India (6.9%)
  • Oil India Ltd. (5.1%)
  • Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. (2.4%)
  • ICICI Prudential Asset Management Co. Ltd. (2.3%)
  • SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd. (1.6%)
  • Franklin Templeton Asset Management (India) Pvt Ltd. (0.9%)
  • The Vanguard Group, Inc. (0.8%)
  • Eastspring Investments (Singapore) Ltd. (0.6%)

Contact Details

  • Website:http://www.iocl.com
  • Address: Plot No. 3079/3, Sadiq Nagar, New Delhi, 110049, India
  • Phone: +91.11.26260000

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  • IOCL (USA), Inc.
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Competitors

  • Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd.
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited
  • Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited
  • Reliance Industries Limited
  • Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Fuchs Petrolub SE Pref
  • Valvoline Inc.
  • Aemetis, Inc.
  • Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd.
  • GrafTech International Ltd.
  • Likhitha Infrastructure Ltd
Last Updated on 20 Oct, 2020

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