IGL net profit jumps 44% to Rs 148 cr in Apr-Jun qtr

IGL said sales volume grew 13 percent to 4.34 million standard cubic meters per day from 3.83 mmscmd a year ago

PTI August 22, 2016 16:59:01 IST
IGL net profit jumps 44% to Rs 148 cr in Apr-Jun qtr

New Delhi: Indraprastha Gas Ltd, the sole retailer of CNG in national capital region, today reported a 44 percent jump in its June quarter net profit on rise in gas sales and lower interest cost.

IGL net profit jumps 44 to Rs 148 cr in AprJun qtr

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Net profit in April-June at Rs 147.72 crore, or Rs 10.57 a share, was higher than Rs 102.32 crore, or Rs 7.32 per share, in the same period a year ago, the company said in a statement here.

IGL said sales volume grew 13 percent to 4.34 million standard cubic meters per day from 3.83 mmscmd a year ago.

"Product wise, CNG recorded sales volume growth of 10 percent, while piped natural gas (sold to households for cooking purpose) recorded sales volume growth of 17 percent in the quarter as compared to last year," the statement said.

Total sales were, however, lower at Rs 995 crore in April-June as compared to Rs 992 crore in the first quarter of 2015-16 fiscal "due to reduction in selling prices of both CNG and piped natural gas during the year in view of lower gas cost."

IGL said the net profit was up "due to higher sales volumes/net realisations, reduction in interest cost and higher other income."

It, however, did not give details.

The financial results for the quarter have been prepared in accordance with Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS), which have been adopted from April 1, 2016.

IGL sells CNG to over 8 lakh vehicles in Delhi and adjoining towns of Noida, Ghaziabad and Greater Nodia through a network of over 400 CNG stations.

IGL is supplying piped natural gas to over 6.62 lakh households in Delhi and NCR towns.

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