ONGC declares results for Q2 FY’22: Posts Net Profit of ₹ 18,348 Crore, up 565% from Q2 FY’21, declares interim dividend of ₹ 5.50 per share
Dated : 12 November 2021 08:45:00 PM
In its 343rd meeting held on 12 November 2021, ONGC Board approved the results for Second Quarter (Q2) of FY 2021-22 (FY’22).
- Gross Revenue ₹24,353 crore in Q2 , up by 44%% Q-o-Q
- Net profit ₹ 18,348 crore in Q2, up by 565% Q-o-Q
- Interim Dividend of ₹ 5.50 per share
Details are as under:
- Financial Performance (Standalone)
During the quarter, the Company has decided to opt for lower tax regime u/s 115BAA of the Income Tax Act, 1961,with effect from FY 2020-21. Accordingly, the Company has recognized provision for tax expenses and re-measured its net deferred tax liabilities. The net impact due to availing the option has resulted in decrease in deferred tax by ₹ 8,541 crore and decrease in current tax by ₹ 1,304 crore.
Board has approved interim dividend of 110%, i.e. ₹ 5.50 on each equity share of ₹5. The total payout on this account will be ₹ 6,919 Crore. The Record date for distribution of dividend has been fixed for 23rd November, 2021 which has been intimated to the stock exchanges.
- Financial Performance (Consolidated)
- Production Performance
The production of crude oil and gas has declined during current year mainly due to restrictive conditions created by cyclone Tauktae and due to Covid impact. Further delay in mobilization of MOPU Sagar Samrat to WO-16 Cluster project impacted production from this field.
Forbes World’s Best Employers List: In yet another global recognition of its employer branding, ONGC has again featured among the coveted Forbes – World’s Best Employers 2021 list. ONGC’s inclusion in the Forbes list is a validation of its strong fundamentals as an Employer.
- Exploratory Success:
ONGC has notified one (1) new discovery since last press release on 13.08.2021.
South Velpuru-2 (SVLAB): Exploratory well South Velpuru-2 (SVLAB) in Godavari PML Onland block, KG-Onland, KG-PG Basin was drilled down to a depth of 4,445.5 m to explore sands within Gollapalli and Raghavapuram Formation. Three objects in Golapalli Formation on testing in the intervals 4357-4354 m, 4310.5-4303 m, 4339-4335.5 m, 4329-4326.5m & 4351.5-4346.5 m flowed gas @ 48452 m3/day.The interval 1876-1870m in Tirupati Formation has flown oil and gas at a stabilized flow rate of @ 109.9 m3/day and @ 9204 m3/day respectively.
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