Last 674.75 INR
Change Today +17.70 / 2.69%
Volume 1.6M
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bharat petroleum corp ltd (BPCL) Snapshot

Open
663.40
Previous Close
657.05
Day High
682.35
Day Low
657.55
52 Week High
11/28/14 - 785.00
52 Week Low
01/27/14 - 331.85
Market Cap
487.9B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.2M
EPS TTM
54.08
Shares Outstanding
723.1M
EX-Date
09/5/14
P/E TM
12.5x
Dividend
17.00
Dividend Yield
2.52%
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bharat petroleum corp ltd (BPCL) Details

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited refines crude oil and markets petroleum products in India. It operates in two segments, Downstream Petroleum; and Exploration and Production of Hydrocarbons. The company offers fuels and services, as well as lubricants, including automotive engine oils, gear oils, transmission oils, specialty oils, and greases; and liquid and gaseous fuels, illuminating oils, and other products from crude petroleum or bituminous minerals. It is engaged in the retailing of petrol, diesel, and kerosene, as well as various non-fuel products and value-added services through its network of 6553 retail outlets and 1007 kerosene dealers. The company also imports and exports fuel oil, naphtha, and base oil. It serves household and automobile sectors; public and private sectors; and various government establishments, such as defense, railways, state trading corporations, state electricity boards, etc. Bharat Petroleum Corporation undertakes upstream exploration and production activities, which has participating interest in 19 exploration/appraisal blocks, including 8 blocks in India and 11 are located in Australia, East Timor, Indonesia, Mozambique, and Brazil. The company was formerly known as Bharat Refineries Limited and changed its name to Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited in August 1977. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited was incorporated in 1952 and is based in Mumbai, India.

13,214 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/22/14
Founded in 1952

bharat petroleum corp ltd (BPCL) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Managing Director, Member of Projec...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.7M
Executive Director of Human Resources, Whole-...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.7M
Director of Refineries, Whole-Time Director, ...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.8M
Director of Marketing, Whole-Time Director, M...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

bharat petroleum corp ltd (BPCL) Key Developments

Bharat Petroleum Plans To Invest In Petrochemical Project

Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (BSE:500547) is planning to invest INR 4.8 billion in the propylene derivative petrochemical project in Kochi, which was earlier planned as a joint venture. Environmental clearance for the project is expected in about a couple of months. Bharat Petroleum has identified six technology partners for the project. They will be chosen after the clearance is through, Prasad K. Panicker, Executive Director of BPCL’s Kochi refinery said at a press conference here on January 19, 2015. He said that the Bharat Petroleum Board had already given its approval for the investment subject to environmental approval. Panicker said that propylene for the project will be from the expanded refinery. The capacity of the refinery is being raised from 9.5 million tonnes a year to 15.5 million tonnes.

Government To Sell Stake In Entities

The Government of India intends to divest stake in Oil India Limited (BSE:533106) and GAIL (India) Limited (BSE:532155). Finance Minister Arun Jaitley discussed possible disinvestment candidates with Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, however nothing is finalized. Government planed to sell 5% stake in Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. to raise INR 170 billion-INR 180 Billion. But the double impact of tumbling global oil prices and the rising subsidy burden has left the ONGC stock battered. "Government is looking at new subsidy sharing formula. As far as ONGC is concerned, they have some issues regarding subsidy sharing formula. Let's have relook on the issue. I am sure ONGC will get better price," Dharmendra Pradhan, said. "Well I am not ruling out ONGC but today's meeting was on other oil companies. I can tell you all options are open and I am watching the market and getting enough stocks in place, when the market is good I will do," the source added. The other companies might be Oil India, GAIL and Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (BSE:500547).

BPCL To Raise Funds

Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (BSE:500547) is planning to raise INR 40 billion for the expansion of its Kochi refinery and to fund its petrochemicals venture, said three banking sources. State Bank of India (BSE:500112) has received the mandate to raise funds. "We will be financing the project through both internal accruals and external financing," said a senior BPCL official.

 

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