2017-18, the Company's Dahej Terminal operated at 107% of its name plate
capacity and processed highest ever LNG quantities of 816 TBTU, which is 14%
above the LNG quantities processed in FY 2016-17, i.e. 714 TBTUs. The overall
quantities processed by the Company in FY 2017-18 was 848 TBTU as compared to
728 TBTU processed in 2016-17, registering a growth of 16%, says a release.
quarter ended 31st March, 2018 (current quarter), Dahej
terminal operated at around 109% of its name plate capacity and processed 207
TBTU of LNG which is 17% higher than the LNG quantities processed during the
corresponding quarter i.e. 177 TBTU. The overall LNG volume processed by the
Company in the current quarter was 213 TBTU, registering a growth of 18% over
the LNG volume processed in the corresponding quarter, which stood at 180 TBTU.
registered highest ever PBT of Rs 3,055 Crore in FY 2017-18, which stood at Rs
2,360 Crore in the corresponding period, witnessing a growth of 29%. PAT for FY
2017-18 was Rs 2,078 Cr, which stood at Rs 1,706 Cr in FY 2016-17, registering
a growth of 21%.
has reported PBT of Rs 791 Crore in the current quarter, registering a growth
of 28% over the corresponding quarter (i.e. Rs 619 Crore). The PAT for the
current quarter reported at Rs 523 Cr was higher than the PAT of the
corresponding quarter (i.e. Rs 471 Cr) by 11%.
significant increase in profit over the corresponding FY 2016-17 and quarter
ended 31st March, 2017 respectively, is due to higher volumes
processed owing to increase in the Regasification capacity of the Dahej
Terminal and better efficiency in operations.
The Board of
Directors has recommended a dividend of Rs. 4.50 per equity share of Rs 10 each
(45 %) for the FY 2017-18 subject to the approval of the shareholders.